920,00 €*
up to 10 hours
9 – 10 hours
Max. 6 persons
approx. 170 km /
2 hours one way
we pick you up
e.g. at your hotel
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Nuremberg / Bavaria

The Franconian Metropolis

The Imperial city of Nuremberg

Quite in the center of Bavaria lies the old imperial city of Nuremberg. With a little over 500,000 inhabitants, it is the second largest city of the Free State. Located only about 140 km north of Munich, the city of Nuremberg is yet so completely different. Nuremberg is worth a full-day visit not only at Christmas time, when the famous “Christkindlesmarkt” takes place, but at any time of the year.
Nuremberg: Culture and a medieval city center and perhaps the best bratwurst in Bavaria await you.

Nuremberg’s ancient history

For centuries the city of Nuremberg had the special status of “immediate free imperial city“, i.e. it was directly subordinate to the respective emperor of the Holy Roman Empire.
This special status lasted until 1806, when Nuremberg was incorporated into the new Kingdom of Bavaria. Before this, famous personalities such as Emperor Frederick II.Barbarossa had stopped here several times and lived in the city’s current landmark: the Nuremberg Imperial Castle, which still is towering majestically over the Old Town and at the same time forms part of the almost completely preserved city wall.

Days of the “Third Reich”

Nuremberg played an incredibly special role in National Socialism: it was one of the five so-called “Führer cities” of Adolf Hitler, who awarded Nuremberg the honorary title of “City of the Reich Party Rallies“.

The awarding of the title was followed by deeds: in the south of the city the “Reichsparteitagsgelände” (Party Rally Grounds) with an area of around 17 square kilometres was built. Only a few of the planned monumental buildings were completed, most notably the Congress Hall, which was built in the style of the Roman Colosseum. Furthermore, huge areas were planned as parade grounds and with the “German Stadium” the world’s largest stadium for 405,000 spectators was to be built here. Today the area serves as a place for events, but also as a place of learning and remembrance. The monumental Congress Hall is now home to the Documentation Center  Nuremberg Party Rally Grounds. Learn more about it on your private tour!

Post-war reconstruction

Until war-destruction, Nuremberg was the largest of the German cities with an almost completely unchanged medieval city centre. By the end of the war however, up to 90% of the city center had been destroyed, but during reconstruction the highest priority was given to restoring the most important historical buildings. As a result, Nuremberg’s inner city today presents itself with a successful architectural face.

Nuremberg is always worth a visit

We invite you to get to know this self-confident, charming and historic city. Either to enjoy the medieval cityscape, to go on a historical search for traces or just to have a taste of the famous Nuremberg bratwurst. Enjoy your private day-tour to Nuremberg, the city of Albrecht Dürer, the place where the Nuremberg Trials took place, and walk along the “Historical Mile“, which includes the most important sights in Nuremberg’s Old Town.


If there is some time left…

The city of Nuremberg is offering everything to spend an interesting day in this Franconian metropolis. In case of some time being left to spend and if you are feeling curious enough for a shopping spree of the special kind, let’s make a stop at Ingolstadt Village on our way back to Munich.

Ingolstadt Village is a factory outlet of 110 upmarket brands. The village itself has been designed in a striking historic district setting, with the result that it’s not only impressing by its shopping possibilities, but also by its atmosphere.


The most important questions

  • Max. 7 persons
  • Suitable clothing – check the weather forecast in advance!
  • Good shoes
  • Children with you? Please inform us about possible child seats
  • Departure time in Munich from 7:00 to 9:00 am at the latest
  • Bring passports!

This is your exclusive, all private tour

  • You determine your desired date and start time
  • You determine the duration of the tour
  • You determine the number of participants (if the maximum number of participants is reached, it is necessary to book a second driver-guide) 

In principle, yes. Rollators and folding wheelchairs can usually always be taken along. 

Please inform us in advance about any equipment that may need to be transported.

This tour is generally offered with pick-up from your hotel / home address in Munich.

Please inform us if you live outside Munich. We will then discuss the optimal offer with you.

In order for a guided tour to take place, a binding booking must be made. This can be done under “BOOK NOW” and is done within two minutes.

This offer requires a deposit of 150.00 euros. You can also pay the tour in full in advance. 

If you decide to pay the deposit only, the remaining amount is generally due in cash at the end of the tour at the latest

Please send a message here. Or call us under: 0176 556 151 14