Nuremberg's oldest church was built in rusty pink-veined sandstone in the 13th century. Its exterior is replete with religious...
Beneath the Albrecht Dürer Monument on Albrecht-Dürer-Platz are the chilly Felsengänge. Departing from the brewery shop at Burgstrasse...
Beneath the Altes Rathaus (1616–22), a hulk of a building with lovely Renaissance-style interiors, you’ll find the macabre...
Seared over a flaming beech-wood grill, the little links sold at this rustic inn arguably set the standard for Rostbratwürste across...
Glöckleinsgasse 2, cnr Sebalder Platz · interesting places nearby
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Push open the heavy copper door to find a real culinary treat that has been serving the folk of Nuremberg since 1498. The miniature local sausages are big here, but there's plenty else on the menu including many an obscure rural dish and some vegie options. The choice of dining spaces ranges from formal to folksy, chunky wood to wood panelled. Cash only.