Frühlingfest, Spring Festival in Nuremberg

The festival season seems to begin now in some parts of Germany. You can already smell the aroma of candied almonds in the air. For beer-lovers, they will surely enjoy their favorite beers while listening live bands and musics inside the beer tents. Carnival rides such a roller coaster, frisbee, drop tower, loop rides, etc. will surely give fun to the young and adults. You can also try some German delicacies like the crispy yummy roast pig’s trotters, ox on the spit, chicken or grilled fish. Some or maybe all of these can be experienced in any German festival.

The Frühlingfest or Spring Festival has just begun in the city of Nürnberg (Nuremberg) in Bavaria, Germany. This year’s festival started last April 7 and will last until April 22, 2012. You will surely have a lot of fun there just like me. Many would surely enjoy the food. For those who are not afraid of the heights or speed on the rides, you can surely enjoy some carnival rides.

The Spring Festival in Nuremberg is held yearly on the Funfair Grounds near Dutzendteich lake. It is visited by around 2 millions of people every year.

The southern end of the Congress Hall in Nuremberg, Germany. The Spring festival is held near this building every year. This was taken when I was on top of the Ferris wheel.

the Ferris wheel on the background.

A carnival ride for kids.

 
 

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