Discover Nuremberg, the second largest city in Bavaria with us. Immerse yourself in the picturesque old town with its half-timbered and fully timber-framed houses. Visit the famous and imposing Nuremberg Castle, called "Kaiserburg". Discover the historic Albrecht Dürer House, home and work of Germany's most famous painter and one of the most famous artists of all time. You surely have seen some of Dürers magnificent woodcut - pieces. Due to his craftwork, Albrecht Dürer is a standout artist of the so-called Northern Renaissance.
Nuremberg also houses the largest ensemble of National Socialist architecture - the Nazi Party Rally Grounds, designed and built by infamous Nazi Architect Albert Speer. Hundreds of thousands gathered here during the Nazi Party Rallies. Even today, gigantic building remains testify to the megalomania of the Nazi Party, although today the rally grounds are partly used as Museum as well as local recreation area. Nuremberg as one of the most important cities of Nazi Germany is also the site of another significant event. In the war crimes trials, Nazi Leaders and major war criminals where brought before the court to answer for their war crimes before international law.
The exhibition "Memorium Nuremberg Trials" in the Palace of Justice, the original scene of the Tribunal, provides a comprehensive insight into the era of German post-war history.
Additional sights in Nuremberg include the Congress Hall, the National Gallery and, during the wintertimes, the internationally renowned Christmas Market.
From Dürer to the site of the former Nazi Party Rally to modern nostalgia, this tour takes you deep into the heart and soul of one of the most important cities of Germany.
Historic Old Town, Imperial Castle, Nazi Party Rally Grounds, Albrecht Dürer house, Exhibition "Memorium Nuremberg Trials"
English and German speaking guide on board
Additional costs / extras:
Exhibition "Memorium Nuremberg Trials" 5 € (payable locally)
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