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A wonderful little part of the old town,on Pegnitz river's bank.A stone tower,some very beautiful... read more

Reviewed 5 December 2016
Bucharest, Romania
Stand on the Max Bridge for excellent photos.

We stayed near the Weinstadel, and were captivated by the beautiful buildings, reflected in the... read more

Reviewed 18 August 2016
Horgen, Switzerland
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6 Apr 2017
“Nice Walk if You Have the Time”
10 Dec 2016
“Wine Station”
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Maxplatz, 90403 Nuremberg, Bavaria, Germany
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Reviewed 7 April 2017

This is hardly a highlight of Nürnberg, but it is a very nice walk if you have the time. Bring a camera. The name derives from the distant past when this was a vine growing area of town. Since then Nürnberg has become better known...More

Date of experience: March 2017
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Reviewed 10 December 2016 via mobile

This building which is not open to the public sits next to Henkel Haus and the Hangman's Bridge. It is an impressive structure but it is not open to the public.

Date of experience: December 2016
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Reviewed 5 December 2016

A wonderful little part of the old town,on Pegnitz river's bank.A stone tower,some very beautiful old buildings,a little nice square.Nice views of it from Maxbrucke.One of the most picturesque part of the old town.

Date of experience: November 2016
Thank zuv
Reviewed 18 August 2016

We stayed near the Weinstadel, and were captivated by the beautiful buildings, reflected in the water. Position yourself on the Max Bridge for wonderful photos. All in a fairly quiet setting. The covered footbridge is nearby, another nice spot for photos. Nürnberg is a beautiful...More

Date of experience: August 2016
1  Thank CoffeeHound58
Reviewed 13 December 2015 via mobile

What most tourists miss when they see the Weinstadl is that this is the Studentwohnheim - student housing for those students at the Nuernberg campus of Friedrich-Alexander University. Great spot.

Date of experience: December 2015
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Reviewed 8 December 2015

Well repaired from the bomb damage, it still holds a charm of it's own. The water ways are lovely and the use of picturesque little bridges help.

Date of experience: December 2015
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Reviewed 2 May 2015

I enjoyed returning to Nuremberg and once again walking through this part of town. The buildings ate beautiful and their relation ship with the waterways is fascinating and intriguing, having been so well restored after massive wartime bombing of the city.

Date of experience: April 2015
2  Thank Betula103
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15 February 2015|
Response from aristoLX |
The Weinstadel is a former 'wine depot'. The original half-timbered building was built in the mid-1400's, was badly damaged in WWII, and reconstructed after the war. It was turned into a student dormitory in the 1950's so no... More