Get the greatest grub when you travel to Nuremberg

Nuremberg Nuremberg, a historic medieval city, is one of Germany's most prominent hubs for arts and culture and is known for its medieval walls, ancient castles, gingerbread

cookies, Gothic churches, etc. Nuremberg has done an excellent job in preserving the historic city walls. On the west side of the Old Town, between the huge Spittlertor and the

ancient Maxtor, the best section of walls may be found. The Germanic National Museum has a massive collection of German art and culture in the country. The superb Toy Museum in

Nuremberg, usually recognized as the world's best, is a pleasant attraction for youngsters of all ages - and adults. In Nuremberg, you will find some delectable dishes

that you just cannot miss! There are some mouth-watering dishes and tasty dishes like Nuremberg Sausage, Roasted Almonds, and Fränkischer Karpfen and many more. Continue reading

to know more. 1. Nuremberg Sausage Nuremberg sausages are finger-like sausages from the Bavarian city of the same name. They are made from coarsely ground pork and seasoned

with marjoram, salt, pepper, ginger, cardamom and lemon powder. It’s a tasty bratwurst served with sauerkraut, potato salad, and a side of horseradish. Although small compared to

other traditional German sausages – measuring 3 to 4 inches in length, the Nuremberg will not disappoint! The most popular places to try out Nuremberg Sausage is Bratwurst

Röslein.