Hotel Luga

Address: Gabelsbergerstrasse 49, Nuremberg, Bavaria, 90459, Germany | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located in the Mitte area of Nuremberg, is near Germanisches Nationalmuseum, Handwerkerhof, Lorenz Musik, and Eva's Teeplantage.
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Travel Blogs from Nuremberg

Nuremberg

A travel blog entry by jennyvan on Jul 09, 2015

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This morning we left Weimar and headed for Nuremberg. We reached the Palace of Justice first where court room 600 is. Unfortunately the court room was closed to the public today, but we had a look through the exhibition on the Nazi war crimes trials. It was very interesting and a lot of information to take in. It went through the trials from Nazi Germany and also the Pacific War. The exhibition informs visitors about e ...

Update of travels

A travel blog entry by margaretranson on Jul 06, 2015

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... Rudensheim where we visited Siegfield's Music Cabinet, followed by a cable car ride then sat at a pub trying to keep cool before returning to the boat. the music cabinets were beautiful and very colourful playing music. the usual shop where you can buy music boxes which are lovely. The morning sailing was peaceful watching the villages castle, churches, castle, church's pass by. Friday 3rd sailing again this morning to Miltenberg ...

Sailing on the main Danube Canal to Nuremberg

A travel blog entry by dingleydave on Jul 04, 2015

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... still has trouble coming to terms with the concept of sailing a ship over a mountain. The attached pic of the storage tanks is were the water is taken by gravity when the lock is emptied and then returned to the lock when a ship is going the other way. This particular lock is 25 metres deep. Today we went on a walking tour of Nuremberg,s old medieval town which still has the fortifiied city ...

Nuremberg WWII Museum

A travel blog entry by dgregory on Jun 17, 2015

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... the columns and towers were pulled down, apparently, due to safety concerns. The structure is still very large. On to the document centre was modelled on the Coleseum. It was constructed specifically for Hitler to give one speech each year and was never completed. The building is enormous and is now the document centre. Not sure what else is held in the building, but the main use is a museum, displaying video and ...

Quick visit to Nuremberg

A travel blog entry by amy.larkin on May 29, 2015

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... to go to the National German Museum. I ended up having a great time looking at the temporary exhibition which was about monsters. It looked into how monsters have evolved over the centuries and the different views society has had about them. The museum also had a variety of ruins, artwork, science things, furniture and more. That pretty much sums up my time in Nuremberg.


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