Nuremberg (or Nürnburg, as it's known in Germany) is a city in Bavaria on the River Pegnitz. Worldwide, the city is best-known for the post-WW2 trials, but within Germany it's renowned for gingerbread products, sausages and toys. Nuremburg has been an important centre humanism, printing, science and invention. It became the industrial heart of Bavaria in the nineteenth century with major corporations, like Siemens, having strong bases there. Industrially, it's still strong today for electrical equipment, mechanical and optical products, motor vehicles and stationery. And if that wasn't enough to put the place on the map, Nuremburg was the birthplace of Sandra Bullock's grandfather.
Sending parcels to Nuremberg is a very simple matter indeed as long as you choose the right method. And to choose the right method, you need expert advice - the kind that might come from, say, the UK's biggest online parcel delivery company. Which is us. Our advice, and it's well worth taking, is to send a courier to Nuremberg with your precious package and save yourself all the heartache that can come from the delays and stoppages post offices are all too susceptible to.
Courier commissioning, however, can be a confusing business, what with all the different names to choose from wildly differing names for the same services to take into account and the difficulty of working out exactly what you're paying for. Luckily for you, we've put all their info through the mincer and pulled out only those salient facts that you absolutely need to know - and that's what you'll find here: some plain and simple details to let you make the right decision. Oh, and one other detail you should know about: we've managed to drive our prices down so low for a parcel delivery to Nuremberg that often the courier companies themselves can't compete. That's what we call service.
But you have a part to play too. This parcel delivery to Nuremberg is going abroad, let's not forget, so some travel-proof wrapping is essential. And in Germany, they have a little five-digit item they call the PLZ or postal guidance number. Anybody on the verge of being about to send a parcel to Nuremberg better pause and add this vital address detail - it will get there without a hitch and everyone will be happy.