Start your day in complete relaxation with a breakfast coffee at the “neef confiserie café”. Enjoy a delicious slice of the Neef family‘s famous Italian fruit cake or another masterfully produced pastry with your beverage. In the immediate vicinity, the “Perlenmarkt” bead shop, the specialist yarn shop “Tolle Wolle”, “Schönheiten” drapery boutique and the “delikatEssen” all invite you to come in and explore the Weinmarkt.
Next, wander towards the Tiergärtnertor and, once you have passed the house of the famous Albrecht-Dürer, allow time to stop off at the “Altstadthof” microbrewery to refresh yourself with a traditional local beer.Allow yourself to be amazed by the more than 30 kinds of housemade mustard in the “Senfladen”.
Don‘t miss the opportunity to visit the small gingerbread bakery steeped in tradition, “Gebr. Fraunholz Elisenlebküchnerei”, along Oberen Schmiedgasse and Bergstrasse.
St. Sebald‘s church is always worth a visit. From here, continue to the Rathausplatz, where you can meet goldsmith Robert Lucha in the “Schmucksachen” boutique and perhaps purchase one of his exclusively created designer pieces. From here, the mediaeval dungeons are just a few steps away (20 minute guided tour).
Along Innere Laufer Gasse you can drop by “Mr. Brömme & the valiant little tailor” unique hat shop with its own hat museum – well worth a visit even if hats aren’t generally your thing!
Your next stop is the “Chesi Messerschleiferei” on Bindergasse. Wander back along Innere Laufer Gasse and continue along Theresienstrasse to find master cutler Paolo Chesi, who would be happy to advise you on his sharp range of knives. After that, the “Atelier für Schmuck” is just two streets over on Tucherstrasse, where gold and silversmith Barbara Weinberger will welcome you with bright jewelry ideas.
Flowers bloom along the next stretch of your route! Visit Spitalgasse and enjoy a floral and creative oasis at “evers florales design”.
After all this, it’s just a few more steps to the renowned Nuremberg Hauptmarkt! Here the Frauenkirche and the famous Schönen Brunnen fountain greet you. Turn the inwrought ring, but make sure it‘s the right one – black for Nurembergers and gold for tourists – and you’ll be granted three wishes. Carry on along Winklerstrasse towards Pegnitz, and check out the top labels that await at “Harald Lehmeier – Men's Outfitters”.
Where the romantic Henkersteg and idyllic Trödelmarkt come together, you will discover artisanal, high-quality glass products such as dishes, lights, pictures and jewelry at fenestra Glass Design. In Kaiserstrasse, Juwelierkunst von Paul invites you to explore diamond, platinum and gold jewelry. The exclusive “Unique Pieces from Paul” hold special appeal.
From here it’s only a skip and a jump to “Graf Jurowski Lingerie & Underwear”. Enjoy custom advice to choose just the right undergarment for that special outfit.
The Nuremberg Masters wish you great fun and a wonderful day in our beautiful Old Town!
Of course the timings may vary depending on how long you stay in a shop or at a point of interest. So please also pay attention to the individual shop opening hours, and above all to any possible closing days.