Nuremberg Airport is the second busiest airport in the Bavarian region and is located only 5 km away from the city. Dozens of airlines, including British Airways, Air Berlin, Lufthansa, Ryanair and KLM, operate flights between Nuremberg and London. Swiss International Airlines, Turkish Airlines and Air France also operate regular flights from Nuremberg Airport. Taxis or rental cars can drop off or pick up passengers right from the front of the terminals. The airport can also be reached via Nuremberg main railway station on the U2 subway and the bus stop for routes 32 and 33 is located in front of the arrival and departure terminal.
The city of Nuremberg, situated by the Pegnitz River, is an important hub of both tourism and business. It is the second largest city of Bavaria after Munich. The city dates back to the 11th century and many historical buildings, including the famous Nuremberg Castle, still stand strong. Nuremberg also hosts the largest toy fair of the world and is home to the artist Albrecht Dürer, whose house has been converted into a museum. The Germanisches Nationalmuseum is the country's largest museum of cultural history and is well worth a visit.