Be fascinated by Nuremberg’s 1000 years of history! Enjoy a mixture of historical facts and stories, art and culture, business and the everyday life from the medieval to modern times. Stroll along the hightlights of the old town: Imperial Castle, Old Mansion of Albrecht Durer, St. Sebald Church, Town Hall, Hangman Bridge, Main Market Square, Church of our Lady and many more. All walking tours are flexible and will be adjusted to your needs and wishes. Food Tasting or coffee breaks can be included as well at anytime.
Combine your walking tour in the old city with the former beer cellars, the medieval water system, the bastions underneath the castle garten or the art bunker where the Nuremberg's cultural treasures had been stored during World War 2.
Duration and price on request.
Are you interested in more than just the old city? Combine your walking tour with a tour in your own / rented bus or public transportation. Explore areas of Nuremberg's rich history including the St. John’s Cemetery ‘famous graveyard of well-known citizens in Nuremberg from the last 5 centuries’, the Gardens of the Hesperides and Baroque Garden, the trendy multi-cultural quarter GOHO, the former Nazi Party Rallye Grounds and the Palace of Justice, where the Nuremberg Trials took place. And many more interesting areas in Nuremberg.
Many locations and buildings tell the role of Nuremberg during the Nazi regime. Explore these historical sites and learn about the history of the Former Nazi Party Rallye Grounds and the background information of the Nuremberg Trials in the Courtroom 600. Current aspects will be reviewed as well: How does Nuremberg deal with its past? What is the meaning of the Way of Human Rights, the City of Peace and Human Rights, Human Rights Award? Etc.
Nuremberg is the place of the world-famous Christmasmarket "Christkindlesmarkt" and home of the "Christkind" who touches people's hearts every year. Dip into customs and traditions of the Christmas City Nuremberg. Get to know the meaning of "Christkind" and why the taste of Nuremberg gingerbread is so delicious and famous. Gingerbread and mulles wine can be booked additionally.
Discover this beautiful city on the boarder between Franconia and the Upper Palatinate: Seat of royal power, garnison town, harbor city, beer city and pioneer of the bicycle industry. Combine your tour with a visit to the Museum Lothar Fischer or the Museum for historical Maybach Vehicles. Let you inspire by the diversity between Nuremberg and Regensburg.
Distance to Nuremberg: 50 km / 25 miles, easily accessible by public transportation.
Why not combine culinary with the profound knowledge of a city tour? Together with Carmen Machmuridis-Loesch I have founded Wie schmeckt meine Stadt - Culinary City Tours. Check out the website of Wie schmeckt meine Stadt - Culinary City Tours on foot or with bike in the city of Nuremberg and its neighborhoods and in Neumarkt i.d.Opf. Getting to know a place in this way makes fun and on top of it you don't go home hungry. For more information click here.
Nuremberg in the 15th century, the embodiment of glory and wealth, home of genius artists, well-traveled merchants, rigorous councilmen and the residence of the “Pearl of the City”: Helene ‘Tucher’ Scheurl. Well-known for her excellent hospitality. She disregards old tradition. Let yourself be carried off in the domestic and social life of a Patrician-lady. She does not only talk about trade, politics and visits of the emperor, but also about marriage law, adultery, criminal cases, dress code and disagreeable incidents which alarm the high society of Nuremberg.
Cinnamon, clove, cardamom … will the gingerbread-baker reveal her recipe? Anna Kucherer`s best kept secret so far is her gingerbread recipe, which is the claim to fame of Nuremberg’s gingerbread! The busy gingerbread baker guides you through the medieval city and shows you important places of history that apply to gingerbread-bakers. She will also introduce you to the status of her craftsmanship and the special taste of gingerbread. If you wish, you can taste the rare and delicious gingerbread during the tour.
Are you a host of an international group? Are you looking for a varied entertainment tour after a strenuous meeting? Join the Empress Elisabeth of Pomerania, wife of Charles IV, and noble woman Helene ‘Tucher’ Scheurl on an amusing walk through the old city of Nuremberg. These two charming ladies will lure you back in time. Encounter a city full of history and legends. Discover traces of its glorious past and also learn spicy details about the lives of the powerful, the famous and the rich. For groups up to 50 persons.
Tour Nuremberg in colourful pictures from home or any place in the world via Zoom. Take a virtual journey and discover Nuremberg. Topics or length of the Zoom tour or presentation will be adjusted to your needs and wishes.
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Walking and bus tours
German up to 2 hours: 121.00 €, any additional hour 35.00 €
English up to 2 hours: 143.00 €, any additional hour 43.00 €
Gingerbread: 2.10 € per person
Gingerbread and mulled wine: 6.00 € per person
Tours in historical costumes
German, 90 minutes, 176.00 €
English, 90 minutes, 200.00 €
All tours can be adjusted to your needs and can be connected or mixed up with each other.
For groups more than 25 persons additional tour-guides will be booked.
Tours in the Imperial Castle (Kaiserburg), short presentation in court-room 600/Memorium Nuremberg Trials, Nuremberg Rock cut beer cellars, Historical Art Bunker etc. are bookable as a supplement.
The prices don't include entrance fees or transportation.
Coffee, sausage, beer break etc. can be added to the tour at any time.