Thanks to our wide network of professionals, we are able to offer you this interpreting service in a large number of languages.
Our interpreters, who work to and from German, are professionals with considerable experience who are specialized in their respective areas. They will work with the documentation obtained and, if necessary, prepare the meeting with the client over the telephone or face to face.
We would advise you to send the documentation a week, or at least two days, beforehand, as otherwise the quality of the interpreting service cannot be guaranteed.
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Nuremberg lies in Bavaria and has a population of more than 500,000. Although the city played a tragic role throughout the Third Reich, nowadays Nuremberg is very active in the fight for the defence of Human Rights. Since 1995 the city awards the International Prize for Human Rights to individuals or organisations that defend them. In December 2000 the city received the UNESCO Human Rights Education Prize in Paris.
What is there to do in Nuremberg?
– If you would like to learn more about Nuremberg’s history, you should visit the “Fembohaus”, the city museum. The museum exhibits the city’s entire history as well as furniture from all the different periods.
– Dive into the picturesque old town of Nuremberg, where you can walk down one of the longest and oldest pedestrian streets in Germany. The city centre offers many things such as the “City Point Nürnberg”, an extensive shopping centre or the Breiten Gasse with its manyfold of boutiques, the “Sebalder” neighbourhood, in the city’s old town, is a shopping haven too, and the best place to look for antiquities or children’s clothes.
– Visit the Zeppelin Field archives, which have been established as a documentation centre for Nuremberg’s national socialist history. It documents the field’s history and the atrocious events that took place there.
– If you want to relax, you should go for a beer in one of the many breweries. The Marienzwinger, can provide up to 500 guests with food and drink. It is the perfect setting to try the region’s various specialities, for example “Nürnberger Rostbratwürste” or the world famous “Nürnberger Lebkucken”, which is spiced bread, and can be bought in various forms from special shops.
– Another great place to relax is the city’s main park, right in the city centre the “Dutzendteich”. It is the perfect place for bicycle tours, playing sports or just to relax. Furthermore it is where the famous open-air festival “Rock im Park” takes place every year.
– If you are looking for some action, go to the Monte Kaolino in Hirschau, it is the biggest sand dune in Europe and perfect for sandboarding. The dune consists of more than 30 million tons of quartz sand, its height of 150 metres and pistes as long as 220 metres, make sandboarding there a lot of fun.
– And if you want to paint the town red, go to one of the chicest bars in town the “Bar Nürnberg”, where they serve “molecular” cocktails based on Nouvelle cuisine. But if you are after a more down-to-earth atmosphere, you should go to the “M>1”, and live by the establishment’s motto “see and be seen”.