Nobody knows the SWISS destinations better than our staff. A restaurant that is not listed in every travel guide, an original bar, a charming café, or great tours with spectacular lookout points. Let our travel professionals inspire you with their tips.

Typosphäre, in the city centre, is a really fantastic store. The dresses here are absolutely amazing and the sales assistants are extremely helpful.

(Intern Market Communication)
An der Karlsbrücke 2
90403 Nuremberg
+49 911 377 770 63

The EKU has the best filet steaks and it’s only 10 minutes away from Nuremberg’s central railway station. They have a huge terrace for dining outdoors during the summer. Make sure to reserve a table, because the steakhouse is very popular.

(Flight Attendant)
Restaurant EKU Inn
Färberstrasse 39
90402 Nuremberg
+49 911 22 50 69

The Franconian Beer Festival, taking place in the castle moat, is considered to be Europe's longest beer garden. Held over five days at the end of May, the festival gives visitors the chance to try beer from over 40 of the best artisan and privately owned breweries, listen to live music and simply have fun.

(Intern Consumer PR)
Franconian Beer Festival
90403 Nuremberg
+49 911 80 192 120

Café Mainheim in Gostenhof is one of my absolute favourites. The breakfast here is really first class and the ambiance is very relaxed.

(Intern Market Communication)
Café Mainheim
Bauerngasse 18
90443 Nuremberg
+49 911 210 929 22

When I’m looking for something out of the ordinary, stylish or unusual, there’s no place like Castros in Nuremberg. Their list of brand names goes on forever. Shoppers find minor and major labels in the roomy, attractive shop. Take for example FFC, bloom, 81 hours, hoss, Liebeskind, UGG and Hunter. It’s a great place to pick up a fine present for yourself to remember your Nuremberg trip by.

(Business Analyst & Project Leader Mobile Apps and Usability)
Boutique Castros
Königstrasse 1
90402 Nuremberg
+49 911 20 47 35