Accommodation - BIOGAS Convention and Trade Fair

In Nuremberg and the surrounding area you have different accommodation options available. Our partner CongressCheck will gladly assist you with questions about hotel room reservations! Contact hotel reservations: Telefon: +49 (0)511/898813-0 Fax: +49(0)511/898813-11 E-Mail: info@congresscheck.de Here you find the reservation link for hotel booking: Hotel reservation BIOGAS Convention & Trade Fair 2019 Reservation form for hotel rooms: Note: Christkindl Market in Nuremberg - Please book your hotel rooms in time. Thank you!In Nuremberg and the surrounding area you have different accommodation options available.

Our partner CongressCheck will gladly assist you with questions about hotel room reservations!

Contact hotel reservations:

Telefon: +49 (0)511/898813-0
Fax: +49(0)511/898813-11
E-Mail: infocongresscheckde

Here you find the reservation link for hotel booking:

Hotel reservation BIOGAS Convention & Trade Fair 2019

Reservation form for hotel rooms:

Hotel reservation form - BIOGAS Convention & Trade Fair 2019 Nuremberg

Note: Christkindl Market in Nuremberg - Please book your hotel rooms in time. Thank you!

Dining & Nightlife

Much more than just “Bratwurst” (fried sausage) and “Lebkuchen” (spicy gingerbread)

In Nuremberg you can also enjoy things the metropolitan way. The culinary spectrum extends from the Franconian inn and tavern through to international cuisine right up to the star-rated restaurant, depending on your mood, the ambience can be rustic, cosy-romantic or urban-style. Incidentally, you must have tried the famous Nuremberg Bratwürste on Sauerkraut at least once in your lifetime. The best way to do this is at one of the historic Bratwurstküchen (Bratwurst grill restaurants) located around Nuremberg’s main market or as “3 im Weckla” (3 x Nuremberger Bratwürste) in a bread roll (hotdog) to go.

More Informations can be found here.

 
Nuremberg - the Christmas city

With the opening of the world-famous Nuremberg Christkindlesmarkt, the smell of “Lebkuchen” (spicy gingerbread) and “Glühwein” (mulled wine) drifts through the city. Festive illumination lights up the alleyways, and if you are lucky, snow covers the old houses. Of course, the pre-Christmas hustle and bustle also dominates the shopping miles of Nuremberg, but anyone who brings a little time with them will no doubt find the right present in the many exceptional boutiques and shops. The centuries-old tradition of the Christkindlesmarkt is carefully maintained and cultivated. In the wooden stalls and kiosks there are only high-quality products, in some cases hand-made and crafted articles such as Christmas tree decorations, wooden nut crackers, cribs and of course the Nuremberg Tinsel Angel (Rauschgoldengel) and „Zwetschgenmännla“ (Prune people).

Places of interest

As an international trade fair location, Nuremberg is a cosmopolitan city that welcomes its guests and offers them a pleasant stay. Please see here for more information.