NÜRNBERG CARD + FÜRTH entitles you on 2 consecutive days to one-time free admission to all museums and attractions including the zoo. 2 days free travel within the entire region of Nürnberg, Fürth, Stein (Zone A), free travel on all public transport services: Subway, Tram, Bus, rapid transit.Due to Covid-19 the opening hours of sights and museums might change. For further information please check the website of the institutions.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. German Railway history began with the opening of the steam-hauled Bavarian Ludwig Railway between Nuremberg and Fürth on 7 December 1835. This had been preceded by the opening of the horse-hauled Prince William Railway on 20 September 1831. The first long distance railway was the Leipzig-Dresden railway, completed on 7 April 1839. Political disunity of three dozen states and a pervasive conservatism made it difficult to build railways in the 1830s. However, by the 1840s, trunk lines did link the major cities, each German state was responsible for the lines within its own borders.
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! The Bavarian Ludwig Railway was the first steam-hauled railway opened in Germany. The Königlich privilegirte Ludwigs-Eisenbahn-Gesellschaft received a concession to build a railway from Nuremberg to Fürth in the state of Bavaria on 19 February 18. The first reports from England over the planning of railways attracted great attention in Germany, particularly in Bavaria, where the road between the important commercial cities of Nuremberg and Fürth was the busiest road connection in the kingdom.