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Nuremberg Tours

Free Tour

City tour

Duration: 2,5hs

Tour of the Third Reich

Duration: 2,5hs

Medieval Nuremberg

Duration: 2,5hs

Reichsparteitagsgelände

Duration: 3,5hs

Private Tour

You decide where, what and when

What is a Free Tour?

The free tour is the best way to get to know a city with a local guide, who also acts as advisor and collaborator in case of any questions.

It is not a free tour, on the contrary, its structure can be summed up as the following: first you enjoy and then you pay. Which means there is not a fixed price, rather each traveler pays according to the quality of the information received.

The tours are made by foot but with routes suitable for all public with recesses in between meant for resting and enjoying the friendly company and information offered by the guide.

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Nuremberg Christkindlesmarkt

Welcome to the Nuremberg Christkindlesmarkt
Explore the Nuremberg Christmas Market!

Nürnberger Bratwurst

Nürnberger Bratwurst with sauerkraut and mustard: tasty!

Martin Behaim´s Erdapfel

The oldest surviving terrestrial globe

Jakobskirche: Church of St. Jakob

St. Jakob (St James the Greater) is a medieval church of the former free imperial city of Nuremberg. It is dedicated to Saint James the Greater.

Sobre Nuremberg

The second largest city in Bavaria offers the perfect combination between the cosmopolitan life of a large city and the tranquility of its medieval streets, where getting lost in time is one of the most interesting pleasures. For this reason, walking through the almost thousand years of history old town and going up the mighty Kaiserburg, the Imperial Castle, is one of the best programs out there to learn about this wonderful city and its history.

Museums and hot spots, shopping streets; and its events in all Europe unmatched, including the most famous landmark of the city, its hallmark: the Christkindlesmarkt, the most important Christmas market in all Germany. All of this makes Nuremberg a vibrant city.

Most recent in its history, the National Socialism regime, through its 12 years on power, left its mark with the enactment of the September 1935 racial laws. Also, the famous trials carried out soon after the WWII made Nuremberg the epicenter and bedrock of the international jurisprudence.

As for its gastronomy Nuremberg also stands out and is not lagging behind with its beer that reach across borders and its grilled small sausages that are eaten by half a dozen at a time. For those who prefer sweet dough, the Lebkuchen is a temptation that, fortunately, does not limit itself to the Christmas season.

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