Located on a geography where the nature has been very generous, Nuremberg stands out as a Medieval Age beauty looking forward to welcome its guests with its museums witnessing the history and its vivacious streets full of excitement throughout the year. This charming city wraps itself up in a fabulous atmosphere with its markets set especially during Christmas. Nuremberg not only offers enjoyable moments under the glittering lights in Christmas period, but also hosts favorite must-see spots to be visited anytime; St. Lorenz Church and the Nuremberg Rally grounds, used to be the rally area of the Nazi Party that put its stamp on history with a disgrace. After visiting the impressive rally area, you may have a rest at the lovely cafés in the historical streets of the Old Town district and breathe in the historic atmosphere.
Nuremberg Airport (NUE) is the sole airport in the city; Turkish Airlines flights from Nuremberg take off at this airport.
Located nearly 8 kilometers from the city center, Nuremberg Airport (NUE) can easily be reached by the subway, which would be the most practical option for transport. U2 subway line departs from Nuremberg Hauptbahnhof in every 10 minutes and reaches the airport within 15 minutes in average. You may easily reach any destination from Nuremberg Hauptbahnhof which is the central spot of Nuremberg subway line where you may transfer to many subway routes.
Another alternative for reaching Nuremberg Airport (NUE) would be the cabs. You may easily get to the airport which is very close to the city center.
As a magical city where history, art and culture merge, Istanbul is under the spotlight as one of the major metropolises worldwide, maintaining its excitement and liveliness all year round. Offering an utterly different experience and charm around every corner, this enthralling city hosts many breathtaking must-see spots. Being a city with more than one center, Istanbul is notable for its Historical Peninsula which is a home to many favorite spots of the tourists, including but not limited to the Hagia Sophia, Topkapı Palace, Blue (Sultanahmet) Mosque, Basilica Cistern and Grand Bazaar.
Welcoming many domestic and foreign visitors, air traffic in Istanbul is naturally extremely busy all year round. There are two international airports serving in the city: Istanbul Airport (IST) and Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen Airport (SAW). Turkish Airlines flights from Nuremberg to Istanbul land at Istanbul Airport (IST).
The new apple of Istanbul’s eye, Istanbul Airport (IST), is approximately 35 km from the city center and located on the European side between Tayakadın, a neighborhood on the Black Sea coast, and Akpınar villages. Besides private vehicle, the new airport also offers many transportation alternatives to its guests. It takes around 30 minutes to reach the city center by taxi and costs around 100-110 TL. If you are looking for a more peaceful journey, you can consider renting a car from a car rental company. Public transportation services Havaist, which sets off from numerous spots the city and IETT bus services are awaiting you.
For more detailed information on public transportation, you can check our transport information page.