As I mentioned in Friday’s post, Jeff and I headed to Nuremberg, Germany on Monday for my birthday trip. Even though Nuremberg is only an hour away, neither of us had the opportunity to visit until the past Monday. When we arrived I was immediately in love. Nuremberg definitely has a small-town-in-a-big-city vibe (there’s about 500,000 residents). The old part of the city is absolutely beautiful with detailed architecture, gorgeous churches, and crooked alleys you only see in pictures. Like many of the places I have seen in Germany so far, it was a magical place.
By far one of my favorite details of the city were the sculptures that were oozing with character. Jeff and I were especially entertained by the fountain pictured above that had water spouting out of unusual places. Despite my recent birthday and Jeff’s impending birthday, we are still 12 years old at heart. I also loved seeing the river flow through the center of the city as well, it just adds so much coziness to the atmosphere.
Throughout our day of sightseeing we also mixed in some shopping. Like a typical American, my first stop was Starbucks. There isn’t one in Regensburg, so I was super excited to finally get my hands on a PSL. Afterwards we hopped in and out of a few boutiques. Our favorite was a Scandinavian-inspired clothing boutique (fail at writing down the name) that carried one of Jeff’s favorite brands, RVLT, and a US candle brand, Kobo, who I will most certainly be ordering from when I return back home.
We had such a great time visiting Nuremberg and can’t wait to go back for the Christmas market and when our families visit later on in the year.
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