An overview of Nuremberg
The city of Nuremberg lies in Franconia, the northern part of Bavaria, in south-east Germany. While it is known worldwide as the site of the Nazi rallies and post war trials, it is also home to one of Germany's most famous football clubs and a world famous Christmas market. For more, read on...
Sep 8, 2005, 11:32
Nuremberg by air
Direct flights with Air Berlin from Nuremberg to other World Cup venues makes the city an ideal stopping-off point if you fancy flying around the country in summer 2006!
Aug 30, 2005, 19:09
Nuremberg by rail
Only 2 World Cup venues - Gelsenkirchen and Kaiserslautern - you can't get to without a change on the train, makes Nuremberg a good hub for railway journeys around the country during the 2006 tournament.
Aug 30, 2005, 12:30
Nuremberg by road
800 miles round trip to Hamburg and almost 600 miles there and back to Gelsenkirchen and Hanover might make you think twice about using Nuremberg as a motoring base - but either way, you'll find all the distances and main route details on this page.
Aug 29, 2005, 22:55
Nuremberg fan park
The official FIFA fan park in Nuremberg will be situated just a few hundred yards from the Frankenstadion, on fairground land next to the enormous Kongresshalle.
Jan 13, 2006, 20:17
Sights - 1
Nuremberg's Imperial Castle and the 15th century half-timbered home of Renaissance artist Albrecht Dürer.
Sep 9, 2005, 00:04
Sights - 2
Find out more here about gruesome dungeons, an Italian style old town hall, a 'beatiful fountain' and how to get lucky by turning a golden ring!
Sep 9, 2005, 00:05
Sights - 3
The former Nazi Party rally grounds right next to the Frankenstadion to the south-east of the city centre are a stark reminder of Nuremberg's role during the Nazi era.
Sep 9, 2005, 00:05
Sights - 4
The 'King's Gate', 'Craftsmen's Courtyard' and St Lorenz Church - all sights within Nuremberg's largely pedestrianised old town.
Sep 9, 2005, 00:06