Whether you travel to Nuremberg for private or business reasons: Buchbinder Car rental is your competent partner for a rental car in Nuremberg. Our rental station on Edisonstraße is located in the southwest of the city about 13 km from the airport and 5 km from the train station. We offer a comprehensive vehicle fleet. Reliable manufacturers such as Mercedes, VW or Opel are available for short-term and long-term rentals at reasonable rates. At Buchbinder you will find a manoeuvrable car or spacious Sprinter for your city trip, with which you as a group can easily explore Nuremberg. Families or business travelers use our comfortable limousines for their trips and business appointments. Rent for larger transports such as relocations easily one of our trucks or vans. When booking you decide on your desired vehicle class and specify special requests such as navigation devices or child seats. If you have any questions, our friendly customer service will help you. We can be reached on site during the opening hours of the rental stations as well as around the clock by phone or email.
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Nuremberg is a vibrant city with a rich history. If you rent a car in Nuremberg after your arrival in Middle Franconia, you can independently and comfortably explore the second largest city in Bavaria. From our car rental you need 17 minutes by car to the exhibition center. Visit events like the Toy Fair. The Old Town of Nuremberg can be reached in 12 minutes. The picturesque historic center invites with its winding streets and half-timbered buildings to stroll. Nuremberg's landmark is the imposing Kaiserburg. Surrounded by an idyllic castle garden, it has been lying on the Keuperfels above the old town for more than 960 years. The name Nuremberg derives from this rock in the middle of the historic center.
Park your rental car in a parking garage near the city wall. From here on the historic mile follow the traces of Nuremberg's history. The red signs with black H in buildings, squares and ensembles point to the respective historical background. In addition to the actual mile, signposted excursions offer worthwhile detours. Like the Kaiserburg, which is integrated into the 5 km long city wall with its towers, passages and gates. The medieval exploration tour leads you from the city fortifications over Martha and Klarakirche, Mauthalle, Lorenzkirche and Nassauer house to the Heilig-Geist-Spital.
Nuremberg fascinates with its historical secular buildings. They reflect masterfully the epochs - from Romanesque, Gothic and Renaissance to Baroque and Art Nouveau. One of the oldest buildings in the city is the red sandstone Nassauer House dating back to the early Middle Ages. It is located opposite the Lorenzkirche. This Gothic basilica impresses tourists with its ornate towers. Discover other outstanding churches such as the Romanesque Sebalduskirche not far from the town hall or the Gothic Frauenkirche on the edge of the main market. The Old Town Hall is a gothic magnificent building with a splendid town hall hall and gloomy hole prisons, inviting to exciting guided tours.
In the west of the old town you can explore the oldest half-timbered building in Germany with the winestead from the 15th century. As former Lepraspital and later wine storage he lies at Maxplatz north of the running through Nuremberg Pegnitz. Get an overview of the legal history of the city in an exhibition at the Henkerhaus on the pier of the same name. Opposite offers the junk island with its market for strolling and shopping. A true insider's tip amidst the charming scenery of the old town is the Handwerkerhof am Königstor with its traditional craftsmanship.
During your visit to Nuremberg, a detour to the Albrecht Dürer House can not be missed. The half-timbered house from the 15th century is located at the foot of the Kaiserburg. The museum offers insights into the life and work of the renowned artist. Excursions to other museums such as the Toy Museum, Germanic National Museum or Transport Museum are also worthwhile. So the latter offers interesting exhibits such as the carriage of Ludwig II.
Nuremberg is a worthwhile destination in every season, which you can explore in a pleasant way with your rental car from Buchbinder. During the year - in addition to performances in the opera house and the Schauspielhaus - you will find a variety of events. The variety includes fairs, markets, exhibitions and concerts. Twice a year, you have the opportunity to stroll through the largest flea market in Germany at Trempelmarkt. Enjoy classical and rock music in summer at numerous open-air concerts. During the Blue Night - the long night of art and culture - spectacular illuminations illuminate the old town in a fascinating light.
Enjoy the fun of the annual carnival, spring, beer, folk and old town festivals and visit the atmospheric Christmas market on Rathausplatz. A visit to the Nuremberg Zoo is especially fun with children. Prepare for fun in the winter - for example in the Marienbergpark - ice skating and cross-country skiing as well as tobogganing.
In the Mohrenturm you will learn in the Tower of the Senses interesting facts about perceptions and hallucinations. While you dive into strange worlds in the planetarium. The region of Nuremberg offers with the Franconian lakes and Franconian Switzerland numerous excursion possibilities for the family. With chic designer shops, large department stores and picturesque markets, Nuremberg opens up to you as a shopping paradise. Franconian specialties such as Nürnberger Rostbratwürste and Franconian beer can be enjoyed in a variety of restaurants, bars and restaurants.