A park, a lake, historical & cultural sites, and access to three running tracks — all in one 7.3 km loop! This route is in an area of southern Nuremberg that’s home to several of the city’s major concert venues and the Volkspark Dutzendteich state park.
Start in Luitpoldhain, a lovely park surrounding the Meistersingerhalle concert hall. Head south on the paths, crossing the major road into the Hundewiese, another park with several paths around a couple of small lakes. Continue into Volkspark Dutzendteich, which includes paths around the small Silbersee (lake) and a short climb to a nice viewpoint. Exit the eastern end of Volkspark into the Volksfestplatz area. This huge, open area has historical significance as the former Nazi Party rally/meeting grounds, showcased by the unfinished Kongresshalle — now the location of concert halls & entertainment venues. There are paths around the Großer Dutzendteich lake, with access to two running tracks in the fields south of the lake near the Max-Morlock-Stadion. There’s another running track, FAU Track Nürnberg, just across the street from the Meistersingerhalle.
Add-Ons: Additional paths in the parks, three running tracks, athletic fields!
- 73 km (4.5 miles) loop. Plus additional paths, fields, & running tracks!
- 30m (98 feet)
- Luitpoldhain or other preferred spot near parking or transit
- Numerous parking areas & transit options. Nürnberg-Dutzendteich train station