As the second largest city in Bavaria and a metropolis in Franconia, Nuremberg is always worth a trip – culturally, economically and with a view to leisure time. Thanks to the central location of Nuremberg Airport (NUE), passengers can quickly reach the city centre, with its historic old town. The river Pegnitz flows through the city centre, which boasts many historical buildings. Airlines from all over Europe offer flights to Nuremberg, bringing holidaymakers and business travellers to the Franconian metropolis.
Various airlines also operate lounge areas where guests can await their flight from Nuremberg. For physical well-being while waiting, various restaurants and shops offer a wide range of services. Book a cheap flight to Nuremberg with SunExpress today or look for cheap flights from Nuremberg!
Nuremberg Airport (NUE) covers an area of 519 ha and carries around 3.4 million passengers every year to other cities in Germany and more distant destinations around the world. This international airport in Bavaria is also known as Albrecht Dürer Airport and is located only 7km from Nuremberg’s city centre. Cities such as Erlangen, Schwabach and Fürth are easy to reach, thanks to good motorway connections. Airlines including SunExpress offer flights from NUE to various cities in Türkiye (Turkey).
The city of Nuremberg, with about half a million inhabitants, is one of the most important cities in Bavaria. In winter, the Christmas market is a magnet for residents and visitors in the historic old town, while in spring and summer, festivals lure visitors to the numerous parks and green areas. Various cultural events, such as the Klassik Open Air and Blaue Nacht, take place all year round, and one traditional major event is the music festival, Rock im Park.
Nuremberg is also famous for its gingerbread, which is sold all over Germany and even beyond the borders of Europe, especially during the pre-Christmas period. Lebkuchen are available in special shops in the city centre all year round. To plan a shopping trip, visitors should start from the White Tower and move towards Lorenzkirche, where the three most important pedestrian malls of the Franconian metropolis are located close together, offering numerous shopping opportunities. From classic souvenirs to fashion and cosmetics to books, technology and sporting goods, the range of traders in the Old Town is extensive.
The city of Nuremberg is renowned for the excellence of its toy making and has even dedicated its own museum to this topic. Children and adults will enjoy the Toy Museum in Karlstraße and can admire toys from different centuries. In good weather, Playmobil FunPark, a leisure park for guests of all ages, is worth a visit. There is also much to discover in the Tierpark Nürnberg, which is home to both native and exotic animals. Another attraction for families is the German National Museum, where visitors can trace the history of the former settlement of Franconia. Just outside the city, the former Nazi party rallying grounds with their integral museum are particularly impressive and educational.
For business travellers, Nuremberg Airport (NUE) is the ideal starting point. Thanks to its central location, it is easily accessible from the city. By S-Bahn or by bus, it takes travellers less than 15 minutes to get from the centre to the airport. After the return flight, it is easy to continue your journey. As well as public transport, there are also car rentals in the airport area. The short distances between the arrivals area and the car park make it possible to get away quickly from Nuremberg Airport. Passengers, both from economy flights and business class, find this very convenient.
Business travellers can use the time from arrival at their destination airport to answer their emails or to prepare a business meeting; WLAN hotspots are available for this purpose to passengers throughout the terminal at Albrecht Dürer Airport Nuremberg (NUE).