Between 1844 and 1847 the Nürnberg Hauptbahnhof started to be present. The building of all the exits and walls were officially finished in 1927. It was closed for nine days for rebuliding during World War II. The Nazis saw Nürnberg as a classic example of a city rich in Germanic and imperial history. Hitler agreed with the major at the time calling it the "Most German of german cities." Nürnberg Hauptbahnhof was privately owned by Ludwigsbahn but the state railway decided to build it's own station in front of the Frauentorgraben.
The Nürnberg Hauptbahnhof is main railway station in Nürnberg . It is the largest station in North Bavaria with 21 platforms. It offers connections to major cities and over 450 trains stop here daily. On a daily basis, more than 180,000 passengers use the station. It is the only long distance station in Nürnberg . You can find good service and plenty of shopping options there. It carries the title of "Your shopping station- shopping, dining, experience... 365 days a year." Their travel agency currently has 32 stores. There is also a DB-lounge for travelers traveling long-distance.