Sheraton Carlton Nuernberg
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
Photos of Sheraton Carlton Nuernberg
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Sheraton Carlton Nuernberg Nuremberg
Travel Blogs from Nuremberg
Last night we left the Main River behind and entered the Main-Danube Canal. The canal is 171km in length with 16 locks.
We arrive on our floating luxury hotel in Nuremberg at 8am. Nuremberg is the 2nd largest city in the German state of Bavaria with a population of 500000 inhabitants.
Our coacht tour leaves at 8.30am. We visit WW2 sites including the Third ...
... though, and to eat some really good food! When we went back home, we did some dancing - Disco Fox with Kai, and then played a card game called Dominion with another friend that had come around. I don't think ill ever understand that game in English as I have learnt and understood it in German. I had been given a big jug of beer too, which I had two sips of and passed on. I didn't need much. It was then time to sleep, and boy did I need it. Lisa ...
... the place to ourselves because the whole family was out. So we curled up on the couch with the cutest cat in the world and learned card tricks and just talked. It was actually one of the best afternoons I've had. Lukas came home and went straight to the piano and began playing, which was beautiful and completely added to the card tricks on the couch. It was hilarious, the way we told the stories to go with these card tricks, but my favourite part was when the 'other' card ...
... while. *just while I remember, yesterday I found Kai's origami...this boy keeps surprising me! It's amazing! And guess who can play ukulele really well! You guessed it...the guy who dances and folds paper. But what amazed me the most was Lukas...he is amazing at guitar but you'd never guess it! Then we all went food shopping, where we got sparkly apple juice, black bread and loveheart shaped salami! I tried to put in a few Euro to help, but Lukas held my face and told me ...
... rallies were held, the boycott of Jewish businesses began and the infamous Nuremberg Laws outlawing Jewish citizenship were enacted. Almost all the city's main building were flattened in January 1945 by allied bombers.
The bus drove round the Colosseum where Hitler used to hold his Nazi rallies.