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Studies prove location quality.

Nuremberg is an award winner.

Behaim and Ohm worked in Nürnberg. The first German railway ran here, and the pocket-watch and radio-controlled clock were also invented here.
Can you meet in a more innovative climate?

Nuremberg’s quality of life and suitability as an exhibition and conference location are simply excellent.
  • Nuremberg was ranked 24th out of 231 cities in the 2017 “Mercer Quality of Living Survey”.
  • In an FDI (foreign direct investment) study conducted in 2010, Nuremberg was ranked in the top ten in the category for cities with between 500,000 and 1,000,000 residents and achieved first place ahead of Frankfurt, Stuttgart, Oslo and Helsinki in the “Quality of Life” category.
  • The NürnbergConvention Center was able to double its turnover from €5.4 million to €11 million between 2004 and 2010 and is one of Germany’s leading organizers of large congresses and international exhibitions.

The following awards underline Nuremberg’s importance:

NürnbergConvention Travelers' Choice tripadvisor
Nuremberg is the only German city to make it into the top ten European trend destinations. The Traveller’s Choice rankings on TripAdvisor make it easy to see which travel destinations are becoming more and more popular.


Albrecht Dürer Airport Nürnberg
This also applies to the airport, which is confirmed by another award: Nuremberg’s Albrecht Dürer Airport is not only Germany’s fastest growing airport but has also been rated Germany’s “best airport” for the tenth time in a row. (Source: Business Traveller 2017)


German Sustainability Award 2016
In 2016, Nuremberg won the German Sustainability Award in the “Germany's Most Sustainable Cities 2016” category.


Nuremberg - Best German City in the world 2016
In 2016 and 2017, Nuremberg was rated the “Best German City in the world”.