CineHotel Maroni

Address: Marktplatz 1b, Zirndorf, Bavaria, 90513, Germany | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Marktplatz 1b, Zirndorf, is near Nuremberg Palace of Justice (Justizpalast), Playmobil Fun Park, Jil Sander, and Magazin.
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    Travel Blogs from Zirndorf

    Day in Nuremberg

    A travel blog entry by holidaysisters on Sep 08, 2015

    ... lunch went for a walk to the old part of town and nothing was open we ended up finding a restaurant just across the road from our hotel had a weinerstchnitzel Chips and salad with 3 beers today we also had an dessert yummy went for a walk to the grounds to show Maryanne and Janet the grounds where hitler did his rallies then back to the hotel for some r and r and pack our bags ready for tomorrow of to ...

    Nuremberg - Continental Divide

    A travel blog entry by judyjohnson1234 on Aug 31, 2015

    4 comments, 5 photos

    ... I'm cruising too! I took off inside killing myself laughing. Janette, Peters wife nearly had a fit, and he said ' well the rediculous patent shoes got me!!! Keep forgetting to say, they call mobile phones their Handie. Bit weird. Oh yeh, another thing, they all lay on the sides of these brown water ways sunning themselve and swimming. Today we saw a bloke stark naked, thank god he was on his stomach, the back view was pretty bad!! When Petra gave ...

    Nuremberg, Germany

    A travel blog entry by billandjudy on Aug 28, 2015

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... where the Nuremberg trials were held. After which, we returned to the Imperial Palace (castle) which dates back to 1050. For over 500 yrs, the castle was the residence for the kings of the Holy Roman Empire. The old town and castle are encircled with a 3 plus miles long wall which has 80 defensive towers. We walked though part of the castle and then down a steep cobblestone walk into ...


    A travel blog entry by valerie.nason on Aug 14, 2015

    30 photos

    ... most of the buildings we looked at were from between 1400-1600.

    Albrecht Durer, famous for his wood-cuts, lived here in from 1471-1528. In his time, he was a rather radical painter who stuck his neck out painting rabbits and "praying hands" instead of religious topics or famous people.

    I'll let the photos tell the rest of the story. More than the usual photos this time-----I found Nuremberg quite amazing!

    Dunker Shayne

    A travel blog entry by colldavesophevi on Oct 20, 2010

    1 comment, 1 photo

    Started: Rothenberg, Germany

    Ended: Zirndorf, near Nurnberg

    Distance Travelled: 96km

    Arising to another cold, wet morning, it was time to resume our journey south. We unintentionally took the back roads around the city walls of Rothenberg on our way out of town today, thus relieving us of the need to walk around what looked like a beautiful place to visit when the sun is shining, a condition we haven't experienced for nigh on a week.

    "It feels a ...