Die drei Flüsse Pegnitz, Rednitz und Regnitz und ihre breiten Auwiesen machen aus Fürth eine Großstadt mit grüner Seele. Damit ist die Stadt ein echtes Paradies für Naturfreunde mit einem Herz für Kultur und Tradition. Von der charmanten Altstadt mit ihren Fachwerkhäusern und Sandsteinbauten sind der große Stadtpark und der Stadtwald nur einen Steinwurf weit entfernt und die drei Flüsse bieten Kilometerlange Uferwege. Auf zehn Wanderungen nehmen wir dich mit zu unseren Lieblingsorten in der Kleeblattstadt.
Besonders praktisch ist der gut ausgebaute Nahverkehr: U-Bahnen, Züge und Busse machen viele große und kleine Wanderungen in und um Fürth herum möglich.
Vom Fürther Hauptbahnhof kannst du immer am Flussufer entlang bis zum Solarberg nördlich der Stadt laufen. Von dort hast du eine sehr schöne Weitsicht – unter anderem über den Main-Donau-Kanal, dem du ebenfalls von der Innenstadt zu dem Aussichtsberg folgen kannst. Ebenso lohnt sich ein ausgedehnter Spaziergang durch Fürth. Ein Themenweg führt dich gleich zu vier Heilquellen in der Stadt. Oder du machst eine Bierwanderung und besuchst ein paar Kneipen und Brauereien – das kann ebenso heilsam sein. Mit Kindern kannst du auf einer kleinen Wanderung die Spiel- und Minigolfplätze der Stadt entdecken. Ein genussvoller Spaziergang zwischen Stadtpark und Altstadt zeigt dir einige der schönsten Ecken von Fürth.
Vom Zentrum ist es nicht weit in den Stadtwald, wo dich viele gemütliche Wanderwege erwarten. Unterwegs machst du Bekanntschaft mit den Tieren des Waldes: Vögel und Eichhörnchen sind leicht zu beobachten, aber auch Wildschweine und Hirsche bekommst du zu Gesicht – da kannst du dir sogar sicher sein, denn sie leben in weitläufigen Gehegen im Wald. Um ein paar schöne Stunden im Grünen zu verbringen, kannst du aber auch mitten in Fürth bleiben. Zwischen den Flussauen, kleinen Weihern und Parks warten so einige „Green Hidden Places“ darauf, von dir entdeckt zu werden.
Aber natürlich sind all diese Wege nicht nur schön, wenn die Blätter grün leuchten. Auch im Herbst, wenn das Laub sich bunt färbt, lohnt sich eine Wanderung durch Fürth. Im Winter wabert der Nebel morgens über dem Wiesengrund und sorgt für eine mystische Stimmung. Wenn dann die Sonne herauskommt und die frostigen Wiesen zum glitzern bringt, ist das mindestens so schön wie im Sommer.
From the city to nature - that happens very quickly in Fürth. It only takes a few minutes from the main train station to the beautiful city park. And that's it for the city - from now on it will stay green. In the park you will discover beautifully laid out flower beds and a wonderfully fragrant rose garden. Then you descend to the pond and cross the Pegnitz.In the so-called Wiesengrund you now always walk north along the river. The path runs beautifully shady past the districts of Ronhof and Stadeln. This will take you to the water wheel, where several benches invite you to take a break. On the other side of the river, your destination, the solar mountain, rises behind the meadows. You cross the next bridge and walk a little parallel to the road to the foot of the mountain.Now comes the only noteworthy ascent of the hike up to the almost 350 meter high Solarberg. But you don't have to overcome 100 of them yourself. From above you can enjoy the view and let a little wind blow around your nose. You either come back to Fürth on the same route or you get on the bus at the crossroads at the bottom of the mountain. Line 173 will bring you back to the train station. You can take line 171 to the clinic, where you can change to the subway. You can find the timetables at vgn.de.
In Fürth there are several healing springs that you can visit on this way. All are equipped with information boards that tell you more about the springs and the minerals in the water. It starts at the city limits subway station. You walk north to the Pegnitz, on the banks of which one of the city's two King Ludwig springs reminds of the former spa in Fürth. Then you cross the river and soon find yourself at the Espan spring. This is set in a pretty pavilion by a pond. It is also called "Gaggerlasquelle" because it smells slightly of rotten eggs due to its sulfur content - "Gaggerla" means egg in Fürtherisch.Now you follow the reddish colored stream back to the banks of the Pegnitz. At the next bridge you cross the water again and now walk through the spacious city park. You will pass colorful flower beds and a rose garden. At an arm bath you can see the Fontänenhof straight ahead - to the right of it is the Stadtparkcafé. But continue to the right, past the open-air stage, a short distance down the slope. In a left curve you then climb uphill again towards the city. Above you will find a café with a beer garden in the Babylon cinema.You cross a small park and then walk straight through the city center past many pretty old buildings. This is how you come to Rednitz, which you cross immediately. After a few minutes you will reach the clover leaf spring. This is the only one on the way that is not freely accessible. Its water feeds the Fürthermare thermal baths.You walk a short distance along the road until you are back in the meadow. Here you go under the mighty seven-arch bridge and back to the other side of the Rednitz. At the edge of the river valley you hike south. The green meadows to the left and right of the Rednitz divide the city. Where you cross the Main-Danube Canal, it is only a good one and a half kilometers to your destination at the Gustav-Adolf-Quelle. It is also called the Gaggerlasquelle - now you already know what that means.If you want to go back to the city center from here, you can go east to Schwabacher Straße and from there take a bus to Fürth main station.
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This extensive city tour takes you to some of the most beautiful corners of Fürth. It starts at the Church of the Resurrection on the edge of the city park. You can easily get here in a few minutes from the main train station. The wonderfully fragrant rose garden marks the beginning. Then it goes past the fountain in the fountain courtyard. Here you can fortify yourself right at the beginning of the hike in the Stadtparkcafé. Then you walk through the city park down to the banks of the Pegnitz.You will find your way back to the city via Jakobinenstraße, where you can stroll through the Hornschuch promenade. The elongated park is framed by grand old buildings. Always straight ahead you will soon reach the city center, where the Schnabuliermarkt with the next goodies awaits you at the Konrad-Adenauer-Anlage. Then you stroll through the pedestrian zone to the town hall and from there over a few winding side streets and past the Jewish cemetery to Rednitz.On the beautiful promenade you move between houses made of sand or brick and green nature to the south, where you meet the tracks of the train traffic at a bridge. After a few minutes through the city, you will then arrive at your destination, Fürth main station.
Fürth is located in Franconia and, as is well known, there is good beer in Franconia. You are really not long on foot on this tour - and that's a good thing, because then you have more time to stop by. Your pleasant walk through Fürth starts at the town hall, where you can easily take the subway or bus. Here you go down the main street a little and then turn right into one of the most popular streets in the city: Gustavstraße. All kinds of inns, cafés and bars gather here - from breakfast to lunch, coffee and cake and even a nightcap, you could spend a whole day here.Passing sandstone buildings and half-timbered houses you reach the Green Market, which is no less dressed up. Then you walk back to the town hall, but walk past it at the back. You follow the pedestrian zone straight ahead until you come to a street. You cross this and find the Grüner Brauhaus at the next intersection. This restaurant is located in the imposing Berolzheimerianum, where the comedy Fürth also has its stage.Schwabacher Straße will continue to take you straight ahead to your last stop: the brewery restaurant Humbser und Freunde. Make yourself comfortable again and treat yourself to a freshly tapped beer as the grand finale - cheers!
In the middle of the city and yet in the green - the Wiesengrund makes it possible. This is what the people of Fürth call the green spaces on the banks of the three major rivers that flow through the city: Pegnitz, Rednitz and Regnitz. The meadow ground is characterized by wide meadows and avenues of trees that provide shade for many paths. Your green circular route through Fürth starts in the Uferstadt on the Pegnitz. You can get here in just a few minutes on foot from the city limits underground station. Children are also happy about this walk, because it leads past two large playgrounds and two mini golf courses.As soon as you step out between the buildings, a beautiful wooden walkway takes you into the green. Down the river you follow the Pegnitz to the spacious city park. You can easily spend a few hours here: Passing an orchard meadow, you come to a large playground, several small lakes and a mini golf course. If you like, you can bring some ping pong bats and play a game. You can also make a detour to the Stadtparkcafé.Then you cross the river and continue to follow its course. Here you will soon pass the next mini golf course, where there is also a beer garden. At the next opportunity you cross the Pegnitz again and walk past the next playground to a wooden platform. Here you can hardly avoid a little tongue twister, because at this place the Pegnitz and Rednitz flow together and become the Regnitz. It continues over a bridge of the Rednitz. On a footpath across the meadow you get back to the city center. The tour ends shortly after the Stadthalle underground station at the Kulturforum.
It is only four kilometers from downtown Fürth to the city forest. So put on your sports shoes and get some fresh air! On the Südstadt side of the main train station, just walk a few meters to the west and you are in the green meadow. Here you follow the course of the Rednitz upstream until you pass under the mighty bridges of the Südwesttangente and the Main-Danube Canal. Now it goes up to the right and you will soon have arrived in the city forest.Right at the beginning you can collect a few vertical meters here if you want. At the Alte Veste there is an observation tower, in which many steps lead you to a wonderful view. A little further on you can see an old quarry in which the sandstone was extracted, which can be seen on many old buildings in Fürth and Nuremberg.On comfortable paths you continue walking under the trees. Then you will come across a reconstructed defense system from the Thirty Years War. The well-known general Wallenstein had his camp here. The forest paths then take you to the train station in Weiherhof, from where you can take the train back to Fürth.
This tour describes a large round in the west of Fürth. It begins on the Wiesengrund near Südstadt. For example, you can take the bus to Neumannstraße or Kaiserstraße here. Or you can take the train to Dambach and get on a little later on the route. Because first you cross the Wiesengrund and then the Dambach district.Here you will meet the Main-Danube Canal, which will accompany you about half of the way. You hike along its bank, nice and smooth. You pass several more rural districts of Fürth and watch the goings on on the water. After several relaxing kilometers by the water, you will reach the solar mountain, from which you have a wonderful view.Then you descend to the east. Directly behind the bridge over the Regnitz, turn right and follow its bank upstream to the cemetery, where the Pegnitz and Rednitz flow together to form the Regnitz. You can take a closer look at that right away. Then you follow the banks of the Rednitz a short distance and go uphill to the Green Market, where you can end your hike with a cozy stop. The Green Market is right between the Stadthalle and City Hall underground stations.
This short route is particularly suitable for families as it passes playgrounds and other places that are interesting for children. The first stop is the mini golf course on the banks of the Pegnitz, where parents can make themselves comfortable in the beer garden right next door. You can get here on foot from the Rathaus subway station, for example.From there you follow the course of the Pegnitz upstream to the city park, where a large playground and a lawn await you. There is also a mini golf course here. You walk through the city park back to the center, where the paradise fountain, which is especially popular with children, awaits you. The little ones can romp around to their heart's content on the fantastic creatures between the water fountains.Then it's not far to the Fürth cinema. Here you can check what is on the program later. Finally, an underpass takes you to the southern part of the city, where a final playground awaits you in a park.
Fürth is pretty green. There are some hidden corners in the Wiesengrund and in the city park that not everyone is familiar with. This tour takes you to the “Green Hidden Places” of Fürth. Perhaps you would like to read something and take a picnic with you to enjoy the green spots of the city even more.The route starts at the Espan spring, which is like a small temple by a pond. For example, you can easily get here on foot from the Stadtbegrenzer underground station. We continue on the banks of the Pegnitz, where a beautiful wooden walkway leads you through water, trees and bushes to a headland in a loop of the Pegnitz. The sand that leads into the water here has given this place the name "beach". Just like at the sea, you can make yourself comfortable here and cool your feet in the water.We continue through the city park. Here you will discover the school garden, in which all sorts of different plants - from tomatoes to roses to palm trees - grow. Then you make your way through the city center. The park on Fürther Freiheit is a bright green spot here, but otherwise the yellowish tones of the sandstone predominate. At the Rednitz it will be green again. Stroll along the promenade between gardens and the river. At the cultural site on Badstrasse there is a café with seats in the secluded garden. Directly in front of it, stone steps lead to the water. Here you can hang your feet in the cool river.At the next bridge you cross the Rednitz and you will soon reach an idyllic pond. Here you can take a break before the last part of the route. Comfortable paths across meadows finally bring you to the point where the Rednitz and Pegnitz flow together to form the Regnitz. You can easily get back to the city center by following the Rednitz upstream.