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Things start in April: Easter Market and hustle and bustle on the Spring Funfair make and end to springtime lethargy, and starting in May, finding out about all senses on the Field of Experiences is on the agenda, followed closely by the Blue Night with arts and culture. Then there it's time for fabulous sounds during the International Organ Week, the largest of its kind in Europe.
Blaue Nacht (Blue Night)
Blue Night – every year in May, museums, churches and other cultural institutions open their doors.
Erfahrungsfeld zur Entfaltung der Sinne (Field of Experiences)
Invites visitors to explore the world of the senses.
Frühlingsfest (Spring Festival)
Weather gods permitting, about two million people will flock to the Spring Festival.
Internationale Orgelwoche (International Organ Week)
Largest and oldest festival for sacred music.
Nürnberg spielt! (Nuremberg Plays!)
Make way for cheerful children: the play festival held during an April weekend fulfils all children's wishes.
Ostermarkt (Easter Market)
Each year, at Easter time, the large Easter Market is held on the Main Market Square.
Radrennen (Bicycle Races)
Every year in May, top cycling teams come to Nuremberg.
Spargelmarkt (Asparagus Market)
The Asparagus Market on Nuremberg's Main Market Square is dedicated to the "white gold".
Töpfermarkt (Pottery Market)
Potters and ceramic artists, mainly from Franconia, come here to present their wares.
Trempelmarkt (Flea Market)
Germany's biggest flea market – the Nuremberg "Trempelmarkt" – is held twice every year.
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