Back to Germany, specifically Nuremberg, where we spent a beautiful day. This city, most and sadly known as the city of the Judgment of Nuremberg -where the primarily responsible for the nazi homicides where judged-, is one of the most picturesque places I’ve ever seen. We took a bus from Munich for 5€ with Meinfernbus -this is a really cheap company, I will talk about it in a future post- and we arrived after a two hours trip.
As the city it’s not very big, you can have a one day visit and just walk about its beautiful streets, drink its wonderful beer -it’s always good to be in Germany- and eat its typical and delicious gingerbread. In the tourism office, we decided to pay a 10€ ticket and follow the English visit that they offer everyday at 13h starting from Hauptmarkt, the main square. The explanations are really interesting and you see the most important things -actually, all the monuments are in the old town so you can easily see the town by walking-.
After a long day with not many stops, we went to the Fish Festival which was taking place in the surroundings to eat… sausages!! I have to admit that the fish stands didn’t look very succulent even if people waited in line for a lot of time to get one. But the sausages were cheaper and, of course, so much more attractive to a good carnivorous as I am.