Nuremberg is Bavaria's second largest city. This is a city that for the most part has managed to preserve the medieval characteristics to this day. The city is referred to as the most German city that embodies the spirit of the country. The Pegnitz crosses the center of Nuremberg from east to west.
The old town with narrow, winding streets is surrounded by a 5 km long castle wall with numerous gates and round, mighty towers. Among them are the New Gate, the Spittler Gate, the Laufer Gate, the Max Gate and the massive Königstor Tower.
Sights along in community with the dog
Visit Nuremberg's city wall with your pet
The medieval stone fortifications around the old town were first erected in the 1000 years. But they took on their current encircling forms in the mid-16th century. In addition to the mighty walls with a length of approx. 4 km, Nuremberg's fortifications also include a castle and 67 defense towers. A wide moat runs along the walls, one of the longest in Europe. The part of the city wall that extends beyond the Old Town, with a parapet covered with a wooden frame roof, as well as the castle gardens are almost always accessible to visitors with dogs. In the long history of Nuremberg fortifications, the city was taken by the invaders only once. That was in 1945 during World War II.
Enjoy the beauty of Nuremberg Castle with your four-legged friend
Nuremberg Castle is Nuremberg's main attraction. It is an old defensive structure that transmits a unique color of the old German town. The castle is located on the city level in the historic part of Nuremberg and is conditionally divided into the imperial castle and the count's castle. Of particular interest to visitors are the active pilgrimage chapel of St. Walpurgis, the magnificent imperial palace, the deep well, the double chapel and the high round tower with the viewing platform from which the whole of Nuremberg can be touched.
Take your pet across the butcher bridge
The old stone bridges give Nuremberg a special charm. Perhaps the most famous is the Butcher Bridge in the historic district. The unusual name of the bridge lies in the fact that in the Middle Ages there were market stalls next to the bridge, where fresh meat could be bought. Originally, the bridge was made of wood, and it acquired its modern look only in the 17th century. Since then, the Metzgerbrücke has been an indispensable part of the urban landscape and a popular recreation spot for locals. The main entrance to the Fleischmarkt has transformed over time and is now an arch topped by the ox sculpture.
Hotels for overnight stays with your pets
This is a 2.5 star pet friendly hotel, one restaurant. It is near Nuremberg Castle (1.7 km).
If you want to relax with your dog, you have to pay 8.00 EUR per pet, per night. There are no fees for service animals.
Many attractions are located near this beautiful hotel. You need 6 – 39 minutes walk to reach them. You can see the Plärrer, the Nuremberg Opera House, the Museum for Communication, the Deutsche Bahn Railway Museum, the Ehekarussell, the Germanisches Nationalmuseum, the street of human rights, the City-Point Nuremberg, the Nuremberg Castle, the Meistersingerhalle.
This is a four star hotel where you can also find a restaurant. Nearby is one of the most important sights of Nuremberg, that is Nuremberg Castle.
Dogs and cats are allowed here, but their maximum weight must not exceed 25 kg. The price for the stay of the pet is 35 EUR per pet. Service animals are exempt from fees.
To enjoy the beauties of Nuremberg sights, you need to take a walk that lasts no more than 6 – 24 minutes. You can visit the following sights: the Handwerkerhof, the Königstor, the New Museum, the Natural History Museum, the City-Point Nuremberg, the St. Lorenz Church, the ruins of the Catherine Church, the Nuremberg Opera House, the Nuremberg Castle, the Meistersinger Hall .
Choose what is right for you and your pet.
The Burghotel Nuremberg is a 3-star hotel with an indoor pool, the hotel is close to Nuremberg Castle. Here you can stay with your pets, but only dogs are welcome. The surcharge per pet per night is 10 EUR.
Relax outdoors, enjoy Nuremberg's nature, spend time mit your four-legged pet. In the vicinity of the Burghotel Nuremberg there are a number of sights that you can visit. They are the Albrecht Dürer House, Sebalder Platz, the Nuremberg Toy Museum, St. Sebald Church, the Tiergärtnertor, the Old Town Hall, the medieval hole prison, the Nuremberg Castle. You only need 2 – 4 minutes to walk. You can also visit the Meistersingerhalle, but it will take you 43 minutes.
The pet friendly restaurants, cafes
To the Albrecht Dürer house with your pet
Visit the city walls and then visit this restaurant. On the menu you will find deliciously prepared salad, pork in spices and bratwurst. Appreciate good apple crumble here. According to visitors' reviews, orange beer is good here. The Albrecht Dürer House has delicious chocolate frappe.
There is a beautiful view from the windows. Most guests find the staff efficient here. Visitors think it's a delicious service. Guests say that prices are low here. Here you will enjoy excellent interior design and a peaceful atmosphere.
At the table on the terrace you can relax and have a good time with your pet.
Obere Schmiedgasse 58, 90403 Nuremberg
Augustiner to the barrier and your dog
After a walk and after seeing the sculpture Der Hase you can choose the restaurant Augustiner zursperre nearby. Here you can choose German cuisine. Be sure to order nice Wiener schnitzel, sausages and bratwurst here. In Augustiner zu Barriere you will find delicious Brasseln.
Convenient location allows for easy accessibility even at peak times. Here you can taste good beer or good wine. Many guests write that the staff is very gallant here. According to visitors' reviews, the service here is great. Customers say that prices are low here. Many guests like the quiet atmosphere.
The restaurant has outdoor tables so you can't part with your four-legged friend.
At Tiergärtnertor 3, 90403 Nuremberg
At Cinecittà Nuremberg with your pet
This fast food is located near the Karl Gebhardt watch collection. Cinecittà has good pizza, burgers and tapas. It is worth tasting good coffee.
Visitors claim that the staff is reserved at this fast food restaurant. Great service is the big plus. Prices here are democratic. Many guests enjoy the pleasant atmosphere.
If you want to spoil yourself with fast food, you can stop by with your dog.
Gewerbemuseumspl. 3, 90403 Nuremberg
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