A beautiful building
The Church of Our Lady is one of the best examples of Gothic Baltic, also called brick Gothic. It is also a beautiful building that presides over one of the main squares of Nuremberg. It was built in the mid-fourteenth century, under Emperor Charles IV, and inside, several medieval well-restored works of some importance, like Tucher Altar. Your visit does not require payment. Access to the temple is free. You only have to pay if you want to climb to the balcony overlooking the market (highly recommended at Christmas, the view is beautiful!).