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Nuremberg’s weather is mostly typical of Germany, though with slight differences due to its varied terrain.
Winters are frozen, summers relatively rainy and mild, though it should be observed that predictable weather is not one of Numerberg’s climactic features. Snow makes for gorgeous woodlands, something any visitor should want to see, and its summers have warm breezes that bring about some temperature fluctuations.
If weather concerns will not schedule your vacation to this destination, perhaps the presence of the outdoor Classical Music Festival, put on by the city’s Philharmonic and Symphony Orchestras in Luitpoldhain Park, an event of which tens of thousands of residents and visitors attend. Rock festivals also occur in the park, earlier in the summer.
The Nuremberg Christkindl Christmas Market in the city’s main square pulls in people countrywide to its sausage, gingerbread, and mulled wine stalls.
Aside from the events and weather, Nuremberg is a metro center of artistic and historic significance that’s wonderful to visit any time of year—check the museums you would like to see online before you let any festivals or predictions of windy weather blow you one way or another in a decision of when and why to go .