Book flights from Paphos (PFO) to Nuremberg (NUE)
Flights from Paphos
Situated west of Cyprus is the Paphos International Airport. It is located about 16 km south of Paphos and also serves the second largest Cypriot city of Limassol. After the Larnaca International Airport, it is the second largest airport in Cyprus.
Information about the Paphos International Airport
The Paphos International Airport was renovated in 2008 and has since served about 2 million passengers annually. In addition, a four-lane highway is currently being planned, which will ensure a faster and more streamlined arrival and departure process.
Airport transfers in Paphos
In the morning and the early evenings, public buses run between the airport and the city. The journey takes about 40 minutes. If you prefer more convenience or arrive at a time when no buses are running, take the opportunity to rent a car locally. This will allow you to explore the island at the same time.
Arriving in Nuremberg
Your tickets to Nuremberg will give you access to a town full of rich history and tradition that is still embraced by locals. In this city you’ll witness medieval castles, intricate churches, vibrant festivals, and fascinating museums.
First Time in Nuremberg
The Kaiserburg castle is a first stop for many tourists when they step off of their flights to Nuremberg. This iconic castle is visible from most spots within the city. The Hauptmarkt is Nuremberg’s bustling city square that hosts the Christmas Market each year and is surrounded by beautiful examples of Gothic architecture. This area can be a good place to find cheap hotels in Nuremberg during the off-season.
Booking guided tours can be a great starting point when you travel to Nuremberg. Take a walking tour through the Altstadt and view buildings from the Middle Ages and Renaissance periods, including the castle. Once you have found your bearings, enjoy a ballet at the Staatstheater.
Making the Most of Your Nuremberg Holiday
Find flight deals to Nuremberg through airberlin and discover for yourself this city steeped in history. Summer days in Nuremberg are warm and long – perfect for travelers who want to explore the local architecture and see the city’s sights.