Nuremberg's #Main Market Square # is not only the Christmas party, but also the summer is also as gorgeous as Christmas, highlighting its position in the Christmas market industry.
Going here, you can basically go shopping for an hour and browse the market. There are so many things you can buy in the market. There are some German crafts and Christmas goods, including many crafts in it. A lot of surprises, if you feel that there are obstacles in communication, it doesn't matter. The Germans are very kind and very patient, and they have the same calculator as our nationals.
In addition, there is an unlimited amount of gourmet beer orgy in the market. Basically, the stalls of the carts are neatly arranged, so they are very orderly and very enthusiastic. Feeling that there are language troubles, the price will be marked on the small blackboard of each family, and paying directly will be ok.
The market has a beautiful spring symbolizing luck, and the Church of Our Lady can pray. Of course, you can also take the Emperor Fort from the downtown area to overlook the panorama, beautiful! #
Nuremberg is the second largest city in Bavaria, Germany, second only to the capital of Munich, the birthplace of Siemens, the world's leading large enterprise group, and the home of the famous sports brand Adidas.
Nuremberg is a city where many German emperors were born and lived, with a strong history. Nuremberg is also known as the Toy Capital and is the German toy manufacturing center.
Main Church The St. Baby Market on the square is one of the oldest and most prestigious markets in Germany, dating back to the 14th century.