Nuremberg main station

Nuremberg main station

One of the most attractive major railway stations in Germany.

An eye-catcher – both on the inside and outside: Nuremberg's regal main station is situated right in the heart of the city. The shell limestone façade, built in 1900, has been placed under a preservation order. The architectural style of the grand main hall is "Jugendstil" (type of Art Nouveau), which has a ceiling decorated with stucco, and walls adorned with a finely detailed mosaic.

Nuremberg main station
Bahnhofsplatz 9-12
90443 Nuremberg
Next station
Nürnberg Hbf (Nuremberg main station)

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