Nuremberg WW2 and Old Town Day Tour
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My popular Nuremberg WW2 and Old Town Day Tour covers the Rally Grounds to Room 600 in the morning and then the Old Town after lunch. This day tour is a great way to learn about not only the immense proportions of the former nazi party rally grounds and the megalomania of the National Socialist regime but also about Nuremberg's medieval history. It's a really great way to get an overall picture of Nuremberg through the ages.
What you'll see first
We will start by visiting the "Luitpold Arena" site, the Congress Hall, The Great Street, and the Zeppelin Field. Afterward, we will drive over to the Justice Palace, where Room 600 is located, and learn about the first serious attempt to adjudicate State leaders accused of war crimes after WW2.
We won't stop there
For lunch, I'll introduce you to Nuremberg's world-famous bratwurst.
After we eat we'll see the Main Market Square and the Beautiful Fountain. Also included are Fleischbrücke, Unschlitthaus, Weinstadel, Kettensteg, Tanners' Alley, Church of St. Sebald, and finally Tiergärtnertorplatz (Albrecht Dürer Haus). We end the tour in front of the New City Hall near the main market square.
It is also possible to customize this tour any way you like. I'll be happy to give you a quote for any tour variation that you want.
For parties of six or fewer, pick-up and drop-off with my personal vehicle from locations within central Nuremberg are FREE. If your party is larger than six people, please let me know so I can give you a quote for the additional costs involved.
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The tour duration is 7 hours and costs €599 for up to 6 people.
Please note: Room 600 (the courtroom where the trials were held) is still a working courtroom today and, therefore, I can't guarantee that you will be able to actually go into Room 600. However, you can always visit the excellent exhibition upstairs regardless.
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Relaxed yet full of life and passion for his craft, his subject, and his niche, Kevin is 'The Picasso' of tour guiding in Germany. I learned so much about details and points of view, you'll never read in a book, or notice in a photo. It's great to learn from someone who makes a difference in the way we look at life and shows that we should and can learn from history. Thanks for an awesome day Kevin.
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