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Leonardo Royal Hotel Nürnberg

Bahnhofsplatz 3, 90443 Nuremberg
Located in the heart of Nuremberg
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Electric vehicle charging station
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Leonardo Hotel Nürnberg

Zufuhrstraße 22, 90443 Nuremberg
In the city centre next to the old city wall
Free Wi-Fi
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Pets allowed
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Nuremberg

A bustling city that’s home to gothic castles, charming markets and lively nightlife, Nuremberg has it all. This one-time industrial powerhouse is packed with things to do and see, whether it’s visiting the largest collection of German culture and art at the Germanic National Museum, browsing stalls selling fresh fruit, meats and flowers at Hauptmarkt, getting inspired by the city’s role as a hub for tech companies and startups, or acknowledging the country’s history at the Nazi Documentation Centre. If you’re looking for hotels in Nuremberg, Leonardo Hotel Nuremberg is a well-placed, comfortable base for your time in the city.

Get your bearings

Nuremberg’s Old Town, also known as the Altstadt, is packed with character and charm. The area’s medieval buildings have been almost perfectly preserved, many of which now house local restaurants. While you’re there, spend time at Nuremberg’s castle, walk along the river or pick up souvenirs for family back home at one of the many gift shops.

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Nuremberg played a major role in events throughout the 20th century, with the Nazi party hosting rallys in the city throughout the 1930s. The Nuremberg Palace of Justice is where the Nuremberg Trials took place and is now a well-designed museum documenting this dark period in the country’s history.

While you’re there

Nuremberg is known for its wonderful children’s toys, a tradition that dates back to medieval times. Keep the little ones entertained with a visit to the Nuremberg Toy Museum, which is home to everything from dolls’ houses, tin toys and model trains to more recent Barbie dolls and Lego displays. There’s even a handy playroom, where kids can build their very own toys.

A bustling city that’s home to gothic castles, charming markets and lively nightlife, Nuremberg has it all. This one-time industrial powerhouse is packed...
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