There are 400 free parking spaces directly at the hotel.
The S2 stops at the stop “Nürnberg Frankenstadion”, the bus 44 goes to the stop “Nürnberg Sportanlage FCN” and thus almost directly to the house.
Seminaris Hotel Nürnberg
The Deutsche Bahn event ticket offers participants in your meeting, workshop or conference the opportunity to travel by train at a fixed price throughout Germany. Simple, comfortable, safe and climate-friendly.
Rent one of our e-bikes and explore Nuremberg. The motor gives you power for relaxed bike tours in the region!
There is a lot to explore around the Seminaris Hotel Nürnberg: Discover history, nature and other sights in the region.
One of the oldest and certainly the most famous Christmas market in the world awaits visitors from all over the world every year in Nuremberg. Here you can taste many delicacies, there are handmade Christmas decorations, lots of lights and attractions like the children’s Christmas.
Swim, have fun and relax: The Palm Beach combines an adventure pool with a world of slides, a children’s land, a wave pool and a current channel with a crystal thermal bath and a large wellness and sauna area.
The Nuremberg Neighborhoods app guides you through exciting corners of the city that not everyone knows about yet. It helps you discover Nuremberg’s neighborhoods and with them small stores and cafés, hip bars and galleries. Plus: rather hidden photo spots!
GoHo is the abbreviation for Gostenhof: The creative and artists’ quarter always has plenty of surprises to offer. Stores, pubs and entrepreneurs with a taste for creativity settle here. It’s a wonderful place to live and go out.
At Käthe Wohlfahrt near the main market you can buy Christmas decorations all year round. Everything you like to hang on the tree or use to decorate the apartment or garden, you can discover here in a large selection.
Nuremberg is a toy city. Since the Middle Ages, hundreds of toy companies settled here and built doll kitchens, merchants’ stores, tin figures and other toys made of wood or tin. You can rediscover them in the toy museum.
The home and workhouse of Albrecht Dürer, Germany’s most famous painter, is a beautiful half-timbered house. It remains as one of a few town houses from Nuremberg’s heyday. It is also the first German artist’s museum since 1828.
Nuremberg is a soccer city – Nuremberg is the 1st FC Nuremberg. Here “the Glubb” trains, here one suffers and rejoices with the men who burn for soccer in the “Verein für Leibesübungen e.V.”.
This connection between the Danube and the Main is also called “Bavaria’s longest monument”. The canal can be navigated, you can walk along it, ride a bike or discover art.
The oldest parish church in Nuremberg can be found north of the Main Market Square next to the Town Hall. It is dedicated to the city patron of Nuremberg, St. Sebaldus, and its interior is very well preserved.
The Beautiful Fountain keeps what its name promises: 19 meters high, it has the shape of a fiale decorated Gothic church spire and looks very aesthetic. There are exciting legends surrounding the fountain: What, for example, is the brass ring that is forged into the grille all about?
Nuremberg Castle is a double castle: it consists of the Imperial Castle and the Burggrafenburg. In the Middle Ages, it was one of the most important imperial palaces of the Holy Roman Empire.
We are happy to answer all your questions! You want to book a room – or 30? You want to organize a workshop and rent a meeting room? You want to get to know New Work methods – or use them even more efficiently and implement them with your team? You want to do activities in the city and in nature? We are here for you, ready to advise you and help you find the best offer for you.
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