The Albrecht-Dürer-Stube restaurant is one of the top restaurants in Nuremberg. And if you're looking to experience the Franconian metropolis in the most authentic way possible, then you've landed in the right place. Back in 1811, this four-storey medieval corner house was already a wine tavern. These days, in addition to their selection of wine, they serve excellent Franconian beer and schnapps. Most of the dishes on the menu are also from the region, such as Franconian venison ragout, "Schäufele" (pig's shoulder) with apple sauce, Nuremberg Bratwurst with cabbage, and "Blaue Zipfel" (baked Bratwurst sausages) with a Franconian wine, vinegar and onion sauce. We recommend that you give the U-Bahn and tram a miss for once and walk to the restaurant from the main station. On the 1.6-kilometre route, you pass by the most picturesque parts of town, including: the "Handwerkerhof" quarter, the St. Lorenz church and the "Nassauer Haus" – a medieval tower – the Museum Bridge, the shore of the Pegnitz, the "Hauptmarkt" square, the picturesque fountain and the Toy Museum. On your walk back, you could also have a look around the Albrecht-Dürer-Haus and the castle. Small tip: It's best to reserve a table, as the restaurant has limited availability.
Our tip: Please make sure to check your train connection and the expected capacity before you start your journey.