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FlixBus offers coach journeys from or to Nuremberg starting at £5.49. However, keep in mind that the price may differ based on your departure location, when you book, and any available discounts or promotions. To secure the most affordable rates, consider booking in advance.
Paying for your coach ticket from or to Nuremberg is easy with FlixBus. You can use various methods like payment cards, Paypal, and Google Pay. Once you're at the payment stage during booking, all options will be visible. If you face any issues, our help section about payments is there to guide you.
Getting a coach ticket from or to Nuremberg is straightforward with FlixBus. You can book directly on this website or use the free FlixBus App for a seamless experience. During the booking process, you can also opt to reserve a specific seat and choose the CO₂ compensation option to offset your carbon emissions. If it fits your plans, overnight coaches might save you accommodation costs.
There's one primary coach stop in Nuremberg. For its precise location, consult this map.
When you travel from or to Nuremberg with FlixBus, you're entitled to one piece of hand luggage and one checked bag at no extra charge. Specific dimensions are provided for hand luggage 30x42x18 cm, up to 7kg, and checked luggage 50x80x30 cm, up to 20 kg. If you have special items or a bicycle, there are guidelines and potential fees you should be aware of. Check here for detailed luggage information and here for bike-related details.
On your journey from or to Nuremberg, FlixBus ensures your comfort with features like extra leg space, electrical outlets at seats, and on-board restrooms. Plus, most coaches come equipped with free Wi-Fi, so you can stay connected during your trip. Remember to bring your devices as you'll be able to charge them.
Yes, you can. When booking your coach journey from or to Nuremberg, you'll have the opportunity to reserve a particular seat. Depending on availability, options range from seats with better views to ones with tables or even beds. For a detailed overview and associated costs, visit our seat reservation page.
Absolutely. FlixBus ensures that all coaches travelling from or to Nuremberg are equipped to accommodate passengers with reduced mobility. Our goal is to provide a comfortable and inclusive travel experience for everyone. Also, service animals are welcome on all our coaches.
Yes, for coach trips from or to Nuremberg, children under 15 enjoy discounted fares. FlixBus automatically calculates the best rate, considering all available discounts. If there's a promotional fare lower than the standard child fare, that price will be applied. For detailed information, see our child travel and seating policy. And good news for parents: foldable strollers can be brought on board for free.
Once you've booked your ticket online for a journey from or to Nuremberg, you'll receive an email containing a PDF booking confirmation. This document has a QR code which acts as your ticket. If you've booked via the FlixBus App, your ticket will be saved there. Simply show the digital QR code to the driver when boarding.
If you need to adjust or cancel your coach trip from or to Nuremberg, FlixBus allows you to do so up to 15 minutes before departure. For the specifics on how to go about it, refer to our cancellation policy and booking modification guide.
Definitely! FlixBus offers a Real-Time Coach Tracker which allows you to monitor your coach's progress when travelling from or to Nuremberg.

Things to do in Nuremberg

About Nuremberg

Nuremberg is the second largest city in the State of Bavaria. Its unique traditionalism can be seen from the numerous historical buildings spread throughout the region. The town’s castle is a striking symbol of the city and is one of Europe’s oldest fortifications. The Neptune Fountain and the Frauentorturm are definitely worth visiting - You can of course combine all of these cultural highlights with an extensive shopping trip. One of the joys of travelling by coach is that you can always be sure that you and your shopping bags will get from A to B and back again – no problem with FlixBus!

Things to do in Nuremberg

One of Nuremberg’s most popular churches is its Roman Catholic “Frauenkirche” located on the eastern side of the main market. Following the order of Emperor Charles IV, the construction began in 1349 and the inauguration of this Gothic style church was then fulfilled nine years later in 1358. During your visit to this church you should be sure to take some time to look at the preserved sculptures; thanks to the complex restorations that took place, these sculptures are a popular attraction amongst our coach travellers. Another recommendation is the Old Town Albrecht Duerer House. Albrecht Duerer lived here from 1509 to 1528 and worked as a painter, graphic designer, mathematician and art theoretician. The structure was erected in 1420 – while the two lower floors were bricked in sandstone, the other two floors followed the upper half-timbered style of the period. Today the Albrecht Dürer building is one of Nuremberg’s city museums. A great destination for any coach traveller is the Nicolaus-Copernicus-Planetarium, which is located directly in the city centre and will lead you on an exciting journey to the stars. Here you can see the solar system like you’ve never seen it before as Nuremberg’s Planetarium holds more information about our solar system and universe than any other museum in Bavaria; a fascinating trip for children and adults alike.

Nuremberg: Culture & History

The Zeppelin Field is a very special national heritage and is one of the best ways to discover the truths and history of the Nazi Party Rally Grounds, an interesting and eye opening history lesson for all. Founded in 1852, the Germanic National Museum in Nuremberg is the biggest museum in the German speaking region and exhibits many cultural, artistic and historical objects. The museum is made up of an extensive archive, a library, a conservation department and a teaching centre. Every year it attracts around 400,000 visitors from all over the world – and is a popular destination for our coach travellers. Another very special museum is the Nuremberg “Toy Museum” that was opened in 1971. Here you will find an extensive 1,400m² spread of the history of toys. During the industrialisation, Nuremberg was known as the toy city of the world. The “Toy Museum” display focuses on the past 200 years, containing a collection of over 65,000 objects from antique-like-toys to present-day items. However, around 150,000 visitors every year only get to see five percent of the objects as the remainder are stored in the museum depot.
For the art lovers amongst our passengers, as soon as your coach arrives in Nuremberg you should visit the academy of art. The history of the academy goes back to the 17th Century, making it one of the most traditional houses of its kind in the Federal Republic. The academy is still used today as a university for subjects in numerous artistic fields, and displays not only the student’s artistic creations but regularly exhibits work from famous artists.

Nightlife in Nuremberg

Nuremberg, like any other major European city, has a great nightlife. It’s a multifaceted city, where your night can be as action-packed as your day. Every nightlife guide suggests a different “top 10 nightclubs” to the next, so this just highlights the vast array of choice there is in Nuremberg. There’s also plenty of mellow bars and unique restaurants for those who just want to chill once the sun goes down. The ‘Mata Hari Bar’ however, seems to be the most popular despite the massive selection of bars in the city. ‘Germany’s smallest Livebar’ serves over 40 kinds of cocktail and also has over 20 different types of whiskey on offer. Definitely worth a visit if you ask us! You can drink to your heart’s content and you won’t have to worry about driving home. The city also looks fabulous at night, giving this history-rich region another dimension.

Interesting facts about Nuremberg

Fancy some gingerbread or a similar German Christmas delicacy? Well, Nuremberg is the right city to choose your bus travel to because it is considered the hometown of the gingerbread. Without a doubt you can find the traditional biscuit on a festive stall at Nuremberg’s famous Christmas market. Still today the markets are made up of countless stalls offering delicacies and traditional homemade gifts that will grab the hearts of any age group. Your bus travel to Nuremberg during the winter months would not be complete with a trip to one if its famous markets.

Coaches from or to Nuremberg

Find the most affordable coaches to Nuremberg

FlixBus has the lowest-fare tickets to Nuremberg. There are 325 destinations in Germany, and you can travel to many other countries, so no matter where you're travelling from, we can get you to Nuremberg. It couldn't be easier to book a bus ticket to Nuremberg with FlixBus. Tickets to Nuremberg start from only £5.49, subject to availability. Always book in advance and travel off-peak if you can. Don't forget to download the FlixBus App to find the best deals, manage your bookings, and get up-to-date information about your trip. With the app, you don't need to print your ticket you can show your e-ticket to the driver.

Why travel from or to Nuremberg with FlixBus

Getting to or departing from Nuremberg with FlixBus couldn't be easier! With 192 routes connecting Nuremberg, finding your way will be faster than saying Flix. You can book a trip from or to Nuremberg at our shops or purchase your ticket on board. If you want to do it digitally, you can book your trip on our website or with the FlixBus App. You can pay for your tickets with credit card, PayPal, or Google Pay. When you choose FlixBus, you're choosing to travel from or to Nuremberg in one of the most environmentally-friendly ways, helping reduce traffic-related emissions, and you can support our sustainability vision even further by offsetting your CO₂ emissions when booking your trip.

Onboard services

Ready to book your trip to Nuremberg? Don't forget to reserve your seat in advance for the best travel experience! Subject to availability, you can choose from a classic, table, or panorama seat or book an additional seat beside yours if you want the extra space. You can also bring a hand luggage and check-in luggage, free of charge. Once aboard, all you have to do is sit back and relax with our free onboard Wi-Fi, the extra legroom, power outlets, and toilets.


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