Location & Arrival

The Hostel is very centrally located, just above the historic city centre, in the 500 year-old Kaiserstallung building, with a magnificent view of the historic city centre.
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Public transport
Take an ICE, IC or regional train to Nuremberg.
From Nuremberg Hauptbahnhof (Hbf - main station), it is about a 20-minute walk through the historic city centre and up Burgberg. Alternatively, take the U-Bahn (underground) to Lorenzkirche (next stop), from there it is about a 10-minute footwalkyou can also take the bus in the direction of Grossreuth at Heilig-Geist-Spital up to Maxtor. From there, it is about a 5-minute walk.
By coach or car
Coming from any motorway exit, follow the signs to the city centre, then to "Nördliche Altstadt" and then to the Youth Hostel. Nuremberg Youth Hostel does not have any parking spaces of its own. However, you can pull up in front of the Youth Hostel's entrance to load or unload your luggage.
Parking spaces for cars and coaches
Where to park your car:
1. Northern part of Altstadtring: on the street at "Vestnertorgraben" and "Maxtorgraben". One-way streets with parking bays, about a 5-minute walk to the Youth Hostel.
"P+R" (Park and Ride) parking spaces outside the historic city centre, all of which have a direct connection by U-Bahn (underground) to "Lorenzkirche" station, about a 10-minute walk from the Youth Hostel.
3. Car parks in the historic city centre, easy to reach on foot, but incur costs.
4. Parking spaces on the streets immediately by the Hostel are generally reserved for holders of a residential parking permit. They can be used, but only for a very strictly limited period.
Parking for coaches:
1. Parking spaces at "Vestnertorgraben" on the northern Altstadtring, about 8 spaces available, time limit applies.
2. Big parking lot at the trade fair with direct U-Bahn (underground) connection to "Lorenzkirche"