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Nuremberg Day Trip From Munich

Nuremberg Day Trip From Munich
Historic Nuremberg
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Visit the historical Nuremberg on this day trip from Munich. Explore centuries of diverse history that include Albrecht Dürer and the Third Reich

10 Hours
  • Mobile & printed vouchers accepted
  • Free Cancellation

Highlights

  • Visit to Memorium Nuremberg Trials
  • Explore the Nazi Party Rally Ground
  • Guided Tour of the Historic Old Town Center

Includes

  • Transportation in Airconditioned Coaches
  • Live Guide on the tour

  • Food and Beverages
  • Entrance Fees for Memorium Nuremberg Trials of € 5,00
  • Optional Gratuities

Please Note

  • Entrance Fees for the Documentation Center of € 5,00

From US$59

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Nuremberg - the name brings to mind emperors and medieval councils, the Reformation and Albrecht Dürer, but at the same time reminds us of Nazi party rallies and the Nuremberg trials. The historic old town with its mighty castle and city walls, its many churches, monuments and picturesque half-timbered houses still show the glamour of the old imperial city. The Nazis also erected monumental structures there that to this day show the megalomania of Hitler and the leaders of the “Third Reich”. The Memorium Nuremberg Trials provides insights about the defendants and their crimes, the Subsequent Nuremberg Trials of 1946-49, and the impact of the Nuremberg Trials up to the present.
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a Gray Line customer
Jul 21 2019
Our tour guide (Katharina) and our driver (Hans) were both great. We saw a very large number of things in a single day so really got our money's worth. One thing I would personally have liked more was more time in the museum of the courtroom where the Nuremberg trials took place! There was so much to read and see but we only had an hour. I could have spent three. Of course, that is because of time restrictions and not the tour guides' fault. Maybe the tour guide could provide an introduction/overview of the trials on the bus ride to Nuremberg, but she already had so much to tell us about Munich and Nuremberg generally that I know it's hard. Maybe a film could be shown on the bus?
a Gray Line customer
Sep 03 2018
From beginning to end the tour was well organized and timely. Good driver and guide gave us lots of information as we went along.
a Gray Line customer
Jul 22 2018
Beautiful old town. Very interesting day trip for anyone interested in history and the Third Reich. The Documentation Centre and old Nazi rally grounds were fascinating. Monica was an excellent guide. Our driver Stefan was very reliable.
a Gray Line customer
Jul 21 2018
Extremely interesting and educational tour from historical perspective together with beautiful walking tour in Nuremberg led by an excellent guide (Katarina?) and a safe, reliable coach driver. I highly recommend this tour.
MENG-JU
Aug 18 2016
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Melissa
Feb 21 2016
Seeing the Nazi Party rally grounds (Zeppelin Field) in ruins—neither razed nor preserved, but utterly neglected—was fascinating beyond description. Our guide gave us lots of info about Nürnberg and Münich that I couldn't find elsewhere. Every day I'd walked past the building in which Hans & Sophie Scholl, of the White Rose resistance, had been arrested for distributing leaflets. I didn't know it until our guide pointed out the site as we drove past. I went there the next day. The building is still used for university classes and has no sign outside indicating its significance, although the plaza in front of the building is named for the Scholl siblings. Turns out there's a nice little museum tucked away in the basement, as well as a memorial in the atrium and a brass marker at the site where Sophie Scholl tossed a stack of fliers over the third-floor balcony. Thanks for a memorable experience.
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