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A pleasant walking tour through the Old Town offers information on the castle, the fountains, wells, the cities churches and art treasures as well as a flavour about the cities colourful past and cosmopolitan present.
Dates: Friday, Saturday, Sunday; From April 11, 2019 daily Departure: 11 am Duration: ca. 2 hrs Meeting point: Tourist Information at the Hauptmarkt Price: 11,- € per person; reduced: 10,-€ Children under 14 free in the company of an adult. Tickets can be purchased in advance at the Tourist Information (Königstraße 93 and Hauptmarkt 18) or from...
A pleasant walking tour through the Old Town offers information on the castle, the fountains, wells, the cities churches and art treasures as well as a flavour about the cities colourful past and cosmopolitan present.
Dates: March 25 to December 31,2016 (except December, 24) Departure: 1 pm Duration: ca. 2 hrs Meeting point: Tourist Information at the Hauptmarkt Price: 10,- € per person Children under 14 free in the company of an adult. Tickets can be purchased in advance at the Tourist Information (Königstraße 93 and Hauptmarkt 18) or from the guide shortly...
Take the opportunity to view for yourself the gigantomania of Adolf Hitler's propaganda plan in a multimedia bus tour in English language with several historic movies shown on large screens in the bus.
The tour takes place on the former Nazi Party Rally Grounds, where the National Socialists held their elaborate annual propaganda spectacle. The tour provides an account of the use of architecture as a theatrical backdrop to the various events, explains the function of the rallies themselves and the way in which Nuremberg has dealt with its National Socialist legacy. Numerous historic...
Enjoy an immortal town with the Nuremberg City Tour with the coach of NEUKAM-REBA. During the city coach sightseeing tour which is accompanied by qualified and multi-lingual tour guides (mainly German & English) you will discover Nuremberg very comfortably from the bus and in short streches on foot.
Relax an observe life in the Old Town, visit the Imperial Castle and the historic St. John`s Cemetary, but drive as well to the Palace of Justice, where the Nuremberg Trials were held after World War II. Anyone who has not seen the Old Town has not seen Nuremberg - that´s for sure. Yet Nuremberg consists not only of the Old Town. Many attractions lie somewhere outside of the city. This...
Enjoy an immortal town with the Nuremberg City Tour with the coach of NEUKAM-REBA. During the city coach sightseeing tour which is accompanied by qualified and multi-lingual tour guides (mainly German & English) you will discover Nuremberg very comfortably from the bus and in short streches on foot.
Relax an observe life in the Old Town, visit the Imperial Castle and the historic St. John`s Cemetary, but drive as well to the Palace of Justice, where the Nuremberg Trials were held after World War II. Anyone who has not seen the Old Town has not seen Nuremberg - that´s for sure. Yet Nuremberg consists not only of the Old Town. Many attractions lie somewhere outside of the city. This...

Roxy Location

The Roxy is the first and only foreign language cinema in the region. Films are screened in their original language predominantly English with films in French and Spanish also being screened.
A city is not only defined by its history, but also by its culinary delights. Would you like to experience the taste of Nuremberg? Our tours are walking tours combined with a tasting of food-samples in the old city of Nuremberg or in its neighbourhoods.
We have tested and selected the best of our original dishes. Getting to know the city in this way is highly communicative, sociable and makes a lot of fun! Tours: The Taste of Nuremberg - Classic Tour Price: 62 € p. p. incl. food-samples (English language) Tickets & Dates in English language: Overview of dates Tickets: Tickets can be purchased in...
With a comprehensive information system on the former Nazi Party Rally Grounds, the city offers all visitors to this historic site the opportunity to explore and come to terms with the Nazi party rallies on the very spot that they took place.
Large panels at 23 different locations on the 380 hectare site provide text information (German/English), pictures and plans concerning the history and significance of the propaganda stagings of the Nazis in Nuremberg. More information about the Former Nazi Party Rally Grounds
Why has Nuremberg gingerbread been considered the best for centuries? Anna Kucherin will tell you why this specialty has been so successful here.
She shows you the places in her hometown where the first gingerbread was baked according secret recipes and tells you when, where and why gingerbread was eaten. The ingredients are still a closely-guarded secret today... will the gingerbread baker share her recipe this time? Group Tours: Dates: upon request Length: 90 minutes Meeting point: upon agreement Language: ...
Why are bratwurst called bratwurst and what is special about Nuremberg gingerbread?How long have women cooked raviloi in Nuremberg and how much meat did the citizens of Nuremberg eat in the past?
What is meant by "the devil's kitchen" and what does the planer of the English Garden in Munich have to do with nutrition in Nuremberg? These and other questions will be answered during this tour - and to make it a feast for all the senses, there'll be things to sample. Dates: every Saturday, 5 pm (except on the weekend of Bardentreffen and on the Blaue Nacht) Costs: 18 € p. p. / 17 €...
Tour for Groups in Nuremberg! 700 years of Nuremberg brewing history.
700 years of Nuremberg brewing history - Rotbier, Weißbier, Braunbier, Weizenbier, brewing in Nuremberg is a long tradition! For more than 700 years, beer has been brewed in the former Free Imperial City. In earlier times, brewing was controlled by the city’s brew masters and took place according to strict regulations "so that the common people, both the poor and the rich, could enjoy good...
A city is not only defined by its history, but also by its culinary delights. Would you like to experience the taste of Nuremberg? Our tours are walking tours combined with a tasting of food-samples in the old city of Nuremberg or in its neighbourhoods.
We have tested and selected the best of our original dishes. Getting to know the city in this way is highly communicative, sociable and makes a lot of fun! Tours: The Taste of the city The Tast of St. Johns Price: 59,00 € incl. food-samples Tickets: Tickets can be purchased in advance at the Tourist Information (Königstraße 93 and Hauptmarkt 18). ...
Experience more than 1000-years of history in comfort in our original Berlin double decker bus. Our city tour with personal German speaking live moderation offers a comprehensive and impressive overall picture of the history of Nuremberg.
Duration: ca. 1 1/2 hours Prices : Adults 15 € / children under age of 12 8 € / Families 35 € (parents and two own children under age of bis 12 years)/ reduced 13 € Tickets: Tickets can be purchased in advance at the Tourist Information (Königstraße 93 and Hauptmarkt 18) or directly from the bus driver. Timetable The tour takes place in German. For...
A City Tour to "Sausage-Significant" Places Learn about the history of the Nuremberg bratwurst and get answers to questions such as: How long have the citizens of Nuremberg eaten bratwurst? Why are the sausages so small? Why are they always served in even numbers on a plate, but threes in a bun?
This entertaining tour ends as it should with "One on a fork". Where? Come with us and we'll show you! Meeting point: Tourist Information at Hauptmarkt 18, Nuremberg Price: Adults 10 €, children (14 and under) 1 € More information and dates of the bratwurst tour Grouptours: Price: 110 € German / 130 € English Duration: 90 Minutes Meeting point: Tourist...
The history of Nuremberg is inseparable from the history of beer. At the end of a tour of the historic underground rock-cut cellars and the Hausbrauerei Altstadthof, you can try a traditional Nuremberg red beer.
Tour an Underground Rock Labyrinth At the end of the 14th century in Nuremberg, there were more than 40 breweries for a population that totaled less than 30,000 people. A regulation from the city council required everyone who wanted to brew beer and sell it to have their own beer cellar for fermentation and storing of beer. It is this medieval law that produced today's historical...
Nuremberg's rock-cut cellars - early brewing tradition Homemade beer and the brewing tradition is the big theme at the start of this tour through the rock-cut cellars. The tour ends with a beer tasting and a visit in the craft brewery "Hausbrauerei Altstadthof".
The tour begins with a look at the rock-cut cellars, where guests will learn something interesting about the history of beer in Nuremberg. After the cellar tour, guests can sample a beer at the Hausbrauerei Alstadthof and learn more about hops and malt and brewing techniques. the tour ends with a visit to the whisky storehouse and the ProBIER Boutique. Here, guests will learn more about...
Old Town Tour with the City Mini Train In 1835 the first German tailwa started operations with the legendary "Adler" locomotive from Nuremberg to Fürth. Over 150 years later the first motorized train drives through a city charged with history, where time has never stopped.
The tour starts directly at the main market square besides the Beautiful Fountain. The tour is in German language, but you will receive a leaflet with all the informations on the tour and sights you pass by (available in English, French, Italian, Spanish, Greek, Portuguese, Japanese, Esperanto, Polish, Chinese und Russian). You will see the historic imperial castle of Nuremberg, the superb...
Old Town Tour with the City Mini Train Get on board of the red-white Mini Train and discover the Old Town up to the Imperial Castle. This tour is available in various languages.
Ridt with CityTour through the Old Town and the unique history of Nuremberg. From the main market square pass the Beautiful Fountain and head towards the Maxbrücke Bridge, St. Lawrence Church, the Hospital of the Holy Spirit and up to the Imperial Castle. Everything can be comfortably admired from the mini-train. In addition, you'll learn things worth knowing as well as humorous, quaint...
The ensemble of the Waldschänke and its oak-tree-shaded beer garden in the middle of the forest surrounding Nuremberg is the city's highest(-altitude) restaurant. The main building with its striking wooden pillars and an old-fashioned tile oven, the wooden pavilion (today enclosed as the "Glass Palace") and the half-timbered gable is, like all of the buildings bulit in 1939 at the Nuremberg Zoo, a listed historical structure. Peter Noventa and his wife have continued the original style in the interior, with new Art Deco light fixtures that are a replica of originals from that time and chairs which are (mostly) genuine antique Thonet stools from the era.
The cuisine of the Tiergartenrestaurant Waldschänke is marked by quality and authenticity of the raw materials, spices, its simplicity and the honesty of the recipes. The role models for the couple are the mothers, grandmothers and aunts in Italian trattoria (the name Noventa comes from the Veneto region, the grandfather from Padua) and, above all, their own mothers and grandmothers (from...
The ensemble of the Waldschänke and its oak-tree-shaded beer garden in the middle of the forest surrounding Nuremberg is the city's highest(-altitude) restaurant. The main building with its striking wooden pillars and an old-fashioned tile oven, the wooden pavilion (today enclosed as the "Glass Palace") and the half-timbered gable is, like all of the buildings bulit in 1939 at the Nuremberg Zoo, a listed historical structure. Peter Noventa and his wife have continued the original style in the interior, with new Art Deco light fixtures that are a replica of originals from that time and chairs which are (mostly) genuine antique Thonet stools from the era.
The ensemble of the Waldschänke and its oak-tree-shaded beer garden in the middle of the forest surrounding Nuremberg is the city's highest(-altitude) restaurant. The main building with its striking wooden pillars and an old-fashioned tile oven, the wooden pavilion (today enclosed as the "Glass Palace") and the half-timbered gable is, like all of the buildings bulit in 1939 at the Nuremberg...
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