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Nuremberg is a culturally charming and scenic city. It is not only worth a visit with a campervan in winter, when the lights of the Christmas market shine, but all year round. In summer, when the sun shines in the sky, it shines in a special splendour.
The old town stretches to the left and right of the Pegnitz, the river that flows right through Nuremberg. The many old half-timbered houses are beautiful to look at. Nuremberg Castle is the city's landmark. It has unique gardens and from it you have a magnificent view over the old town and the various districts of Nuremberg. The Frauenkirche (Church of Our Lady) on the market square is another highlight of Nuremberg, and opposite of the church you will find the Nuremberg Gingerbread Shop, which is open all year round. A treat for the whole family is on offer here.
However, you don't have to stop in the city centre with your rented campervan, the numerous suburbs also offer rural landscapes and opportunities to spend your holiday at campsites. Lush meadows, green fields and extensive forests characterise the landscape around the city of Nuremberg. Bavaria is not only famous for its pretzels and white sausages, but also for the beer that is brewed here in the area. The hop country extends further south from Nuremberg, but the density of breweries in the area around Kulmbach is the highest in the world. Small, private breweries offer delicious beers, but the large ones available in many German beverage stores are also worth a visit.
In Nuremberg, like the rest of Germany, the climate is temperate. In summer it can sometimes get up to 40 degrees. Then the heat presses down on the land because there is no sea in the area. However, there are opportunities for swimming at the rivers and lakes in the region. Spring and autumn are the most popular seasons for campers, as the temperatures are around 20 degrees and you can go hiking or sightseeing without breaking a sweat. City tours or visits to museums and sightseeing tours are high on the list. The weather is great, it doesn't get too hot and uncomfortable in the motorhome during the day, and there aren't as many tourists as during the summer holidays. Most campsites have cheaper prices in spring and autumn. In winter it is usually around 0 to 5 degrees in Nuremberg, but there is winter camping for that. Every campervan has a gas heater. If there is also a shower with hot water, you can put an end to cold winter nights. Very few people come to the region at this time of year, so a quiet holiday is in store for you.
The campervan trip starts in the centre of Nuremberg, but can also be extended to the surrounding area. In Nuremberg there are several options for a campsite. A little outside the city in Zirndorf you will also find beautiful campsites that are special for camping enthusiasts. You can look forward to a holiday in the middle of nature, mostly along streams or rivers and on green plots. From the campsites, you can explore the surrounding area. Fürth is a beautiful town very close to Nuremberg. Head north along the Pegnitz to beautiful Bamberg, with its town hall in the middle of the river. Bamberg Cathedral high above the river is also worth a visit. It is only 62 kilometres from Nuremberg to Bamberg.
From Nuremberg, you can also drive your campervan to Dinkelsbühl or Rothenberg along the river Tauber on the romantic road. These towns are known for their half-timbered houses and romantic town centres. There are also numerous campsites around Bavaria, with swimming pools, restaurants, kiosks and much more. Many families with children spend their holidays here in the middle of the countryside. They are usually located a short drive away from the city centres near lakes or rivers. This makes a campervan holiday something very special. If you drive further south from Nuremberg, you will reach the Hallertau, probably the largest hop-growing area in Germany, after about 90 minutes. The hop museum in Wolnzach is well worth a visit, as are the many hiking trails that lead through fields studded with hops and past small villages such as Eschelbach or Schrobenhausen. Bavaria is a Catholic state and every village has a church with an onion dome. Another highlight with the campervan from Nuremberg is the old city of Regensburg, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The old bridge over the Danube, the cathedral and the rustic old town present a special picture. Thorn and Taxis Castle is worth a visit, because not only are the gardens here very attractive, but the museum inside also attracts many guests time and time again.
Depending on the city or town, the journey is individual, by train. There are fast trains from Berlin, Hamburg or Munich that stop in the city at the main station. The campstar station is close by. If the station is a little further out, you can take the tram to the desired location. However, as Nuremberg also has an airport, it is possible to travel by plane from various parts of Germany and the world. From the airport, take the regional train to the city centre, directly to the main station. Various campervans and motorhomes can be rented at the campstar station near the main station. From small camping buses to box vans to huge motorhomes with alcoves, everything is available here. When booking before the trip, the suitable campervan can be selected. The number of travelers should be taken into account, as well as your desired level of luxury, which is also the focus of the trip.
In Germany there are no tolls on the motorways, only for trucks. Just like cars, campervans can use the motorways free of charge to reach their destination. When renting a campervan in Nuremberg, however, there are a few things you need to be aware of, such as the insurance policies that need to be taken out for the campervan rental. 100 percent comprehensive insurance should be taken out so that there are no costs for the driver in the event of an accident. The interior furnishings should also be considered for separate insurance. Furniture can break during use and it is therefore important that it is insured.