Here you will find a small boutique hotel in Nuremberg, in Röthenbach, Schweinau.
Seven modern rooms are waiting for you. All rooms have Wi-Fi and Sky TV.
You will also find your own parking spaces and a beautifully furnished modern restaurant in the house.
Let us make you feel relaxed and comfortable like at home.
It is our pleasure to wish you welcome and a pleasant stay in our hotel!
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The “Nuremberg Christkindlesmarkt” is one of the oldest and certainly the most famous Christmas event in the world. In the wooden stalls of the “little town made of wood and texture” you can find traditional, often hand-made Christmas gifts, decorations and sweet treats such as gingerbread and Spekulatius biscuits. Additional attractions are the Children’s Christmas and the Star House, the couplecity market and the Nuremberg children’s light procession.
The Nuremberg Castle is the symbol of the city of Nuremberg. It is a double castle and consists of the Kaiserburg Castle and the Burggrafenburg. The Kaiserburg Castle is the symbol of Nuremberg. Since the Middle Ages, its silhouette has represented the power and importance of the Holy Roman Empire of the German Nation and the outstanding role of the imperial city of Nuremberg.
The Nuremberg Zoo is one of the most beautiful zoos in Europe. The extensive forest park area presents itself with jagged rock formations made of red sandstone, centuries-old trees and idyllic meadow and pond landscapes. A unique interplay of landscape and wildlife offers real experiences and real relaxation for little and old visitors.
Nuremberg has been the toy city since the Middle Ages. There were toy companies in the small streets of Nuremberg’s old town and in almost all parts of the city: hundreds of it! Wooden toys, pewter figures, doll kitchens, houses, shops and, in particular, tin toys were manufactured in Nuremberg. Today Nuremberg is home to the world’s largest international toy fair. The toy museum shows old toy treasures and new world toys on 1,400 square meters. A day in the toy museum is an unforgettable trip into the past, for children and adults!
The Historic Tram Depot St. Peter
The history of local transport in Nuremberg began in 1881. Return to the time when horse trams still rode through Nuremberg. Experience a journey through time from the first electric tram to the open-plan cars of the 1950s to modern low-floor cars.
Documentation Center Nazi Party Rally Grounds
From 1933 to 1938, the National Socialists held their Nazi party rallies in Nuremberg. Even today, gigantic buildings remains bear witness to the staging of these propaganda shows. The exhibition in the Documentation Center of the Nazi Party Rally Grounds provides a comprehensive picture of Nazi tyranny and the history of the Nazi Party rallies. The study forum offers numerous educational opportunities. On the 4 square kilometer Nazi party rally grounds, panels provide information about the history of the location.
Museum of Industrial Culture
The Museum of Industrial Culture shows the history of industrialization using the example of Nuremberg from 1800 to today. In a former screw factory from the 1920s, work and everyday life from the past come back to life. From the steam engine, to the workers’ apartment, to the talking kitchen, exhibits become actors and visitors become explorers. Young and old can also lend a hand at some of the demonstrations. The great time of Nuremberg’s top place for two-wheeler production comes to life in the motorcycle collection.
New Museum – State Museum of Art and Design
The New Museum in Nuremberg, designed by the Berlin architect Volker Staab, welcomes its visitors with bolder architecture and stages art and design, on over 3000 m2 of collection and exhibition space, from the 1950s to the present.
… but of course you can discover many more sights, activities and attractions in Nuremberg!