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How to Get from Nuremberg to the Airport and Other Destinations
You can get from Nuremberg to the International Airports of Munich, Stuttgart, Karlovy Vary, and to Nuremberg Airport in several ways: by taxi, by individual or group transfer, by public transport.
Taxi from Nuremberg
If you do not know how to get from Nuremberg to anywhere in the country, or do not want to remember the timetable for public transport, take a taxi. This is an excellent option for those who are not well-versed in unfamiliar area. You can order a car using the application via Wi-Fi or mobile Internet. In the second case, the online order will cost you more if you do not have time to buy a local SIM-card.
The cost of a taxi from Nuremberg to international airports depends on the amount of luggage, distance and time of day.
Transfer from Nuremberg
If you plan to get from Nuremberg to the International Airports of Munich or Stuttgart, it is better to book an individual transfer. You will know the cost in advance, it will depend on the class of the car you've chosen. At the same time, the price will not change during the trip, as it can happen if you use a private taxi service in Nuremberg.
You can get to Karlovy Vary Airport in 2 hours 55 minutes. The distance between the city and the airport is 211 km. In this case, a professional Kiwitaxi driver will come to the address indicated by you and will help you with your luggage.
It is better to book a transfer in advance. So you will be sure that the driver is guaranteed to arrive at the specified time.
With the help of an individual or group transfers from Nuremberg, you can get not only to the International Airports of Germany and neighboring countries, but also to other cities or villages of the country.
Individual transfer has many advantages compared to a taxi. First, the transfer is guaranteed to arrive by a certain time, and a taxi can get stuck in traffic. Secondly, the car will have the necessary number of luggage and seats, air conditioning, and a child car seat, if it is pre-ordered. The transportation of tourists is carried out only by professional drivers.
The only drawback of an individual transfer is that it is on average 10-20% more expensive than a taxi. However, such a cost fully pays off its advantages: comfort, safety and speed of travel. In addition, Kiwitaxi works only with licensed drivers, and the age of cars does not exceed 7 years.
Public transport from Nuremberg
You can also get from Nuremberg to Karlovy Vary Airport (the Czech Republic) by using public transport - a train or a bus. A direct train to the airport runs from Nuremberg Central Train Station three times a day. Travel time is 3 hours, and a ticket price is about 34 euros.
There is also a direct night bus from the Central Bus Station of Nuremberg to the Karlovy Vary Airport. The ticket on it costs about 17 euros, the journey time is 4 hours and 20 minutes.
The bus and train, when compared with an individual transfer, win in price. However, this is their only advantage. The downside is that you will have to wait for public transport, and you can immediately forget about the elite comfort in the car. In addition, the transfer will take you directly to the door of the hotel or to any other place where you decide to stay. The bus and train will take you only to a specific stop, and you will have to travel to your accommodation by yourself.
Nuremberg: useful information
Nuremberg is the second largest city in Bavaria, located in its northern part. It’s 438 km from Berlin and 293 km from Prague. Nowadays the city thrives as a tourist center, especially in summer and on Christmas time.
In Nuremberg, you can see buildings of amazing beauty, built several centuries ago. There are also many shops with souvenirs. The main attractions of the city are the Nuremberg Fortress, the Church of St. Sebald, and the quarter Burgviertel. There are also a medieval dungeon with ancient instruments of torture, a toy museum, an observatory, and a zoo.
The most popular event that takes place in the city and attracts visitors from all over the world is the Volksfest beer festival, which is held twice a year. Some Rock Music festivals, Night of Science, and the Puppet Theater periodically take place in the city as well.
In Nuremberg you should try fried sausages with sauerkraut and mashed potatoes, as well as the famous gingerbread.