Largest consumer fair: Nuremberg Consumenta is back on the gas


Nuremberg – Finally Consumenta again!

The largest consumer fair in Germany had to pause for a year due to Corona. Now you can look, marvel and feast again on the exhibition grounds. BILD visited the Consumenta.

Top1: The small tasting stand of the Altstadthof brewery is in Hall 1. Junior boss Mamimilian Engel (34) not only offers the well-known red beer, but also Franconian whiskey. Ten varieties are distilled a stone’s throw from the castle.

Whiskey, distilled in the heart of Nuremberg

Photo: Klaus Schillinger

Top2: Just a few meters further there is history to touch. Students from Friedrich-Alexander-Uni have built a Roman patrol boat. The model was a wreck discovered near Manching. The 18-meter boat (no galley) requires 18 rowers and has already achieved 12 km / h in tests.

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BILD reporter Peter Lauschmann (53) on the replica Roman boat

Photo: Klaus Schillinger

Top3: At the large stand of the Bavarian Forest Administration, Milan (6) hops through a barefoot path, which is called “forest bathing”. Right next to it there is an endless climbing route at the Alpine Club, a rotating bouldering disc.

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Field of experience for the senses at the Consumenta: Milan (6) hops through a barefoot path

Photo: Klaus Schillinger

Top 4: Ute Joachim (57) has her stand with Allgäu mountain cheese in Hall 5, the market square. Joachim has been coming to Consumenta for 33 years. Your hay milk cheese is stored in caves for 28 months, 100g costs 3.99 euros.

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Ute Joachim (57) has been coming to Consumenta for 33 years. In summer she works on the alpine pasture

Photo: Klaus Schillinger

Top 5: The Nuremberg company Niu is at Consumenta for the first time. It sells electric mopeds, scooters and mopeds. A small speedster (45 km / h) from Tromos costs 3000 euros. Demonstration models are cheaper.

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