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Informative, non-strenuous walking tours of both the Old Town and Rally Grounds of Nuremberg in English. Our tours normally leave at 11:15 from the large center entrance of the Nuremberg train station on Monday, Wednesday and Saturday. Private tours...more
Hours Today: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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Suggested duration: More than 3 hours
Bahnhofsplatz, Nurnberg, 90443 Nuremberg, Bavaria, Germany
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A must see if you are in the area. A very valuable history lesson. Many people just do not realize just how powerful Hitler was in WW II. Seeing the Rally’s ground was a site to remember especially the place where Hitler stood and spoke....More
We enjoyed our waking tour with Reneta very much. Two hours was hardly enough to cover the rip of the iceberg of Nuremberg’s history, so we absolutely want to return for additional tours. The buildings and sites along the tour were great
The walking tour included too many people and the site was filled with school groups. I did not learn or see as much as I thought I would. I enjoyed the sites but the tour per se was less than expected.
Dachau was quite an experience. We started with the documentary which puts one immediately in the picture of the atrocities all concentration camps are famous for. The "museum", put up in the rooms that housed the German officers was also in line with the documentary...More
Everybody need to visit this tour. Not a lot of advertising about which is understandable, it's not something where people is proud. BUT, today, when a lot of yang people don't know nothing about WW2, when a lot of falsification about WW2, when yang people...More
The old town tour was very interesting & informative but the when I was at the Hilter's rally point where he gave his speech in 1939 & felt ill at ease. Knowing the horrors he perpetrated on the Jews made me feel really uncomfortable.
The tour group was quite large and Geoff found it hard to control us all which seems to be a theme amongst the comments. There is so much history in Nuremberg but the group was rushed from point to point with the guide walking at...More
We traveled throughout Europe for 9 weeks. We did 4 city tours, 3 of which were free. This tour through Nuremberg was the only one we paid for up front and it was the least informative. We wanted an in depth history of the city...More
I'm not Jason, but I took the tour with him. The tour he conducts from the Bahnhof was, in my case, a nice, small group of about 10 people - just right. As far as the Documentation Center, I recommend you tour it by yourself... More
I'm not Jason, but I took the tour with him. The tour he conducts from the Bahnhof was, in my case, a nice, small group of about 10 people - just right. As far as the Documentation Center, I recommend you tour it by yourself a day after you take the walking tour with Jason. -= Bruce Gustin =-