Haus99 offers special rates during Trade-fair events like the Toy Fair, with particularly attractive terms for early reservations.
Given your budget, and whether you are looking for a single room, an apartment or want to book for a whole group, we will quickly and reliably help you find the
perfect accommodations solution. We will provide you with value for money accomadation in a central location in the Fürth / Nürnberg / Erlangen area.
For those travelling to the ancient city of Nurnberg, you may want to coincide your visit with one of the many festivals or trade fares that go on within the city.
Some popular trade shows that are coming up are the International Electronics Industry Exhibition on January 11th 2019, the Street Food Convention on January 13th and 15th 2019,
or the ever famous International Toy Fair that runs from January 30th 2019 to February 3rd 2019.
Otherwise, you may want to check out the Toy Museum which has a vast collection of
German board games, the largest collection of toys made by EP Lehmann, and has a unique set of toys on display from many different countries and periods. For those who are more interested
in German history, the Documentation Center on the Nazi Party Rally Grounds is a great place to learn about the Nuremberg Trials, take a look at the Congress Hall where Nazi Party rallies
were held, and to understand more about the impact that the regime had on Nurnberg as a city. If architecture and fountains are more of your thing, checking out the Frauenkirche and the
Hauptmarkt are not to be missed. The Roman Catholic Frauenkirche is a must-see Gothic landmark and the Hauptmarkt has the famous Old Town Hall and is the venue for the famous Christmas Market.
If you are planning on visiting Furth during your stay, the Schloss Burgfarrnbach is a neo-classical castle that is home to 35,000 volumes of books, some of which date back to the late 15th-Century
while the archives date back to the mid 13th-Century. If you are looking for some more history but in the form of museums, Furth is home to the State Museum which has everything you could ever want to
know about the city, or the Criminal Museum, which has both stories and artifacts about how crimes were handled in the past.
Finally, if nature and parks are more your thing, the beautiful Stadpark is
located right in the middle of the city and has running trails, bicycle paths, children’s playgrounds, and ice skating in the winter time and the Hainburg Nature Reserve is home to many recovering species
of plants and animals.