The streetcar lines 7 and 8 will take you quickly to your destination.
…has a recreational area right on its doorstep, Lake Wöhrder is in the middle of the city.
With over 500,000 inhabitants, the Dürer city of Nuremberg is Bavaria's second largest metropolis after Munich. It has much to offer in addition to a picturesque old town - flowed through by the Pegnitz - and the landmark of the city of Nuremberg, the "Kaiserburg". In the middle of the city, the recreation area "Wöhrder See" with its many parks and green spaces provides a vacation feeling and relaxation from city life. Famous are the "Christkindlesmarkt" and the Nuremberg bratwursts "Drei im Weggla".
Nuremberg has a lot to offer for shopping fans and culture enthusiasts: beautiful stores with designer labels in the old town, numerous events and exhibitions, the Documentation Center Reichstag Grounds, the Lorenzkirche, the Nuremberg State Theater and much more. Open-air enthusiasts get their money's worth with the "Rock im Park" and the "Bardentreffen". For soccer fans, the 1st FC Nuremberg is definitely a magnet.
Nuremberg is diverse and exciting!
Urban Living Nürnberg is located near the city center. The area convinces with its central location. As a student or young professional, you will find numerous restaurants, pubs, cafes and stores, as well as everything you could wish for culturally!
Urban Living Nürnberg has a perfect location for many leisure activities and is also very close to the university.
Nuremberg is an internationally renowned university city with various universities.
The best known universities in Nuremberg include:
The FAU was founded as early as 1743 and is one of the most innovative universities in Germany with about 39,000 students.
Due to its size, the study opportunities as well as the research fields are very extensive.
TH Nuremberg is a state university of applied sciences in Nuremberg. Currently, about 13,000 students study there.
It owes its nickname to the famous physicist and professor Georg Simon Ohm.