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Nürnberg (Nuremberg) Tour

Trip at a Glance

  • Locations

    Nuremberg, Bavaria, Germany

  • Activities

    Private Tour, Sightseeing

  • Price
    $256 USD per person
  • Duration

    3 Hours 30 Minutes

  • Departure Day(s) and Time(s)

    Custom

  • Starting Location

    At your hotel in the city center of Nuremberg, at the main train station by the Old Town, or at the Documentation Center in rally grounds.

  • Price Includes

    Tour of the Old Town and rally grounds of Nürnberg and all public transportation costs in the city.

  • Notes

    It is suggested to bring some cash with you, about 15 euros - Cost of lunch at one of the restaurants in the marketplace.

Highlights

  • See Old Town - The Craftsmen's Court, St. Lawrence Church and More!
  • View the Town Hall and Imperial Castle Courtyards
  • Lunch in the Marketplace
  • Former Nazi Rally Grounds

Guide

Trip Info

Discover a truly extraordinary place: beautiful and prosperous medieval walled city, center of the Holy Roman Empire, cradle of the German Renaissance, Temple City of the Third Reich, and home to both the Nuremberg Nazi Rallies and Nuremberg Trials. You’ll see where German Emperors were crowned, where saints are buried, where the most famous and talented German artisans in history created awe-inspiring works and where the colourful markets have taken place for almost 700 years. We’ll explore the enchanting Old Town with its fantastic regional food and drink and the greatest Christmas Markets in Germany (Christmas Markets in December, but Christmas shopping available year-round).

After a break for lunch in the marketplace, we visit The Nazi Party Rally Grounds, the largest 3rd Reich architecture left in the world. You’ll see the remains of the Luitpold Arena, Luitpold Hall, Congress Hall of the Nazi Party, the Great Street, and former World War I military memorial, now a memorial to the victims of the wars.

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