Come discover the charming Nuremberg, one of the main cities in the region of Franconia, and get immersed in a world of colours and history with our guided tour.
Nuremberg was meant to be Hitler's ideologic capital. Learn how the Third Reich, WW2 and the Nuremberg Trials shaped the city, Germany and the whole world.
Before a private visit, we take the time to prepare with you, individually, how you want to discover the city. All we need is some key information on what you want to see and we will do the rest of the planning.
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Nuremberg, is the second largest city in Bavaria, characterized by its red roofs and the Pegnitz River that divides the city between North and South. Medieval walled city with the insignia of Emperors where you will go through the history of the Holy Roman Empire, World War II and the Nuremberg Trials. One of the main tourist destinations at Christmas, it has one of the most beautiful Christmas markets in all of Germany!
What to visit in Nuremberg? Book one of our free walking tour Nuremberg you will visit the old town, in Hauptmarkt, the main square is home to hotels, cafes, restaurants and a market, it is the square where the popular Christkindlesmarkt, the Christmas market, is installed every year. With our excursions and free tours with guide tour in Spanish you will discover the Church of Our Lady, known as the Gothic-style Frauenkirche, popular for its golden clock. The most impressive Church in Nuremberg is the Lorenzkirche, bombed during WWII and rebuilt, it has two 80-meter towers and the popular Fountain of Virtues. And the Church of San Selbado, patron of the oldest city of Nuremberg.
Near the square is the Nuremberg Town Hall, Altes Rathaus, in the dungeons that houses the building you can see the death cells. Want to be even more surprised? tour the underground city, Felsengänge of four floors! it was one of the air shelters during World War II. In Nuremberg you can visit one of the most important castles of the Holy Roman Empire, the Kaiserburg, and it is an ideal place to enjoy views of the city.
With our routes you will get to know the house of the most famous German Renaissance artist, the House of Albrecht Dürer. Another essential place to visit is the Handwerkerhof, located next to one of the most emblematic towers of the city, the Frauentorturm, where you can visit artisan workshops and buy souvenirs.
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