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Furnished Apartments in Nuremberg

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Neat and modern home located in Nürnberg

€1,300per month
2 Rooms3 adults72
  • Tips for Finding an Apartment in Nuremberg

    Nuremberg is the second-largest city in Bavaria after Munich, and home to around 530.000 people. The city is an economic powerhouse, producing everything from cars to gingerbread men. Nuremberg is also steeped in history and culture, which makes it an increasingly popular tourist destination and place to stay. Today, the city is a modern metropolis, and home to tech giants such as Siemens and MAN. Whether you're looking to buy a house or rent a serviced apartment in Nuremberg, this quintessential German city has everything you could possibly hope for.

    Rent a short-term furnished apartment in Nuremberg-Gostenhof
    • Living in Nuremberg-St. Johannis

      St. Johannis is one of the city's most sought-after residential areas. The district is home to many cultural installations and luxury shopping areas - perfect for the young and affluent professional.

      • The Nuremberg-St. Johannis Neighbourhood

        St. Johannis is known for its lively nightlife. The district is teeming with bars, nightclubs, and trendy restaurants, so there is nightlife to be explored seven days a week. This is also where many of the largest companies in Nuremberg are located. As a result, this particular district is where you'll find the majority of luxury furnished apartments in Nuremberg.

      • Rent prices in Nuremberg-St. Johannis

        St. Johannis is one of the more affluent areas of the city, thanks to the thriving local economy and the world-class facilities for young professionals. Expect to pay a lot more for an apartment here than in other areas of the city. Furnished one-bedroom apartments are on the market for between €700 - €1.350 per month.

    • Living in Nuremberg-Südstadt

      Südstadt is dominated by modern architecture, as much of the old district was destroyed by Allied bombing during World War Two. Today, however, there's a multicultural vibe in the area. This corner of Nuremberg is always bustling with activity, thanks to a large selection of independent local shops and a cosmopolitan atmosphere, which makes living here very pleasant.

      • The Nuremberg-Südstadt Neighbourhood

        Südstadt is lots of fun, which is why so many young professionals live here in affordably-priced apartments. Thanks to a multinational population, there are countless Turkish, Indian, Italian, and Chinese restaurants to choose from. The local economy relies on heavy industry and as a result, older factories dominate areas of the local skyline.

      • Rent prices in Nuremberg-Südstadt

        This is one of the more affordable districts of Nuremberg. However, it's becoming more and more popular with single professionals looking to escape the much higher rent prices in the centre of the city. Expect to pay between €600 - €1.150 per month for a furnished one-bedroom apartment. You'll also find some of the cheapest short term rentals in Nuremberg in the Südstadt area.

    • Living in Nuremberg-Maxfeld

      If you're a successful professional with a taste for the finer things in life, you might want to take a close look at Maxfeld. This exclusive area is filled with luxurious homes and apartments for rent, green spaces, and immaculately clean streets. Maxfeld is the suburban heart of Nuremberg.

      • The Nuremberg-Maxfeld Neighbourhood

        Maxfeld is dominated by mansions, luxury apartment blocks, and modern buildings. The district's villas and furnished apartments are always in demand among the city's most successful professionals. But this area is also wonderfully quiet, so it attracts a lot of young families and older retired couples.

      • Rent prices in Nuremberg-Maxfeld

        Prices for furnished one-bedroom apartments in Maxfeld start at around €950 - €1.380 per month. But if you want something bigger in one of the most luxurious streets in the area, you could pay up to three times as much.

    • Living in Nuremberg-Langwasser

      Langwasser has the privilege of being one of Nuremberg's greenest areas, thanks to its parks, parkland, and forested areas. If the quiet life away from the hustle and bustle of the city centre is what you're looking for, this is the place to be and you have a variety of furnished apartments here.

      • The Nuremberg-Langwasser Neighbourhood

        Langwasser has the privilege of being one of Nuremberg's greenest areas, thanks to its parks, parkland, and forested areas. If the quiet life away from the hustle and bustle of the city centre is what you're looking for, this is the place to be and you have a variety of furnished apartments here.

      • Rent prices in Nuremberg-Langwasser

        Most properties in Langwasser are family homes. Nevertheless, furnished one-bedroom apartments can be rented for anything between €1.080 - €1.600 per month.

  • Living in Nuremberg

    Nuremberg has a global reputation for the arts thanks to its huge array of theatres, concert halls, museums, and art galleries. The local economy is prosperous, so industrial and professional jobs are relatively easy to come by. And the entire city is connected by one of the most efficient public transport networks in Europe.

    Sightseeings in Nuremberg: The Nuremberg Castle
    • Transport in Nuremberg

      Nuremberg makes getting around easy for commuters and city-dwellers alike. Ride your bike, rent a car, or take advantage of the public transport network.

      • Public Transport

        Trains run regularly from the city centre to outlying districts, nearby towns, and all of Germany's largest cities. There are also tram and bus networks, as well as the S-Bahn network. You can travel for a day around the entire city for as little as €8.30.

      • Taxi

        Taxis are ubiquitous in Nuremberg. Simply hail one on the street, and you'll be charged an initial €4 plus around €2 for every kilometre you travel.

    • Sightseeing in Nuremberg

      Nuremberg has an illustrious history and it attracts thousands of tourists every year as a result. The most famous attractions are related to the city's culture and history.

      • Hauptmarkt (Main Market Square)

        Located in the centre of the city, Hauptmarkt is a wonderful open-air market filled with stalls selling everything from fresh vegetables to crafts. This is a huge market, so bring your walking shoes.

      • Christkindlesmarkt (Christmas Market)

        Nuremberg's Christmas market beautifully encapsulates the magic of German Christmas. As well as a multitude of market stalls, there is a nativity scene and a scene depicting the origin of the Christkind - the forerunner to the legend of Santa Claus.

      • Handwerkerhof (Artisan’s Yard)

        Handwerkerhof is one of the oldest parts of the city and is characterised by its beautiful medieval structures. This is predominantly a retail area, but most of the stores are owned by local shop owners.

      • Kaiserburg (Imperial Castle)

        Kaiserburg is the Imperial Castle of Nuremberg and dates back to the Middle Ages. This incredible structure was an official royal residence as far back as 1050 and is filled with examples of ancient architecture and religious relics.

      • St. Lorenz Church (St. Lawrence Church)

        This Medieval Church in the heart of the former free imperial city is a jaw-dropping example of German architecture. Dedicated to Saint Lawrence, the church had to be almost fully rebuilt after it was hit by Allied bombs during World War Two.

      • Albrecht Dürer’s House

        The former house of artist Albrecht Dürer is now a living museum. Great efforts have been made to ensure the property looks exactly as it did at the time of Dürer's death in 1509.

      Sightseeings in Nuremberg: The Albrecht-DürerHouse
    • Useful Services in Nuremberg

      Nuremberg is Germany's tenth largest city, so it shouldn't surprise you to discover that it is home to a huge range of amenities and services, including serviced apartments.

      • Bike Rental

        VAG_Rad is the city's bike rental system. Pay a small hourly fee for a strong, sturdy bike and drop it off at one of several stations located around the city.

      • Carsharing

        You can slash the cost of getting around by sharing your car journeys with people in the area. Sign up with Scouter Carsharing online and tell them where you need to go. You'll be paired with people making similar journeys.

      • Gym Membership

        Burn off the calories you'll consume in Nuremberg's wonderful restaurants with a gym membership at Fitness First.

      • Food Delivery

        If you can't be bothered to cook after a long day at work, get Lieferando to deliver a meal from your favourite local restaurant. Food is delivered to most areas in Nuremberg within 30 minutes.