01 Jan - 31 Mar: Wednesday & Saturday
01 Apr - 30 Nov: Monday, Wednesday & Saturday
01 Dec - 31 Dec: Monday, Wednesday, Friday & Saturday
10 hoursStart time
The tour departs from Radius Tours office, in the area just across from platform 32-34 in Munich Central Train Station (Hauptbahnhof).
Please report to the meeting point 15 minutes before the start time.
Munich Central Train Station
It was here in Nuremberg that the world first glimpsed the pomp and ceremony of the Nazi Party. See the locations of the iconic scenes captured in Leni Riefenstahl’s Triumph of the Will, such as the Nazi rally grounds where Hitler addressed vast party rallies, the Congress Hall and the region designed as ‘New Rome’ by Nazi party architect Albert Speer.
However there is more to Nuremberg and this tour will also take you to explore the other side of Nuremberg, the side that the locals are proud of. You will see the massive medieval fortifications of the old town, magnificent gothic churches, the colorful market place renowned for the Christmas market and the hilltop castle of the old imperial city.
The tour starts from Munich Central Train Station (Hauptbahnhof) located in the area directly opposite tracks 32-34. You will be met by your English-speaking guide and taken on a 1½ hour train journey from Munich to the city of Nuremberg.
Nuremberg is one of Germany's most famous cities and its name is popular throughout the world for the drama associated with the 20th century history. This was where the Third Reich strutted in all its pomp against an epic backdrop of grandiose marching grounds.
Visit the historic old town and the Nazi Party Rally Grounds. Learn from you knowledgeable guide why Hitler transformed 11 square kilometers of the city into a vast rally ground. Nuremberg was the old seat of the imperial parliament whose legacy Hitler sought to distort by hosting the special sitting of his puppet Reichstag that passed the notorious ‘Nuremberg race laws’. It denied citizenship to Jewish Germans and was an ominous prelude to the coming Holocaust. Today the old rally grounds host a major Third Reich Documentation Centre that maps this painful history in detail and represents evidence of Nuremberg’s determination to come to terms with its past.
See the medieval city walls, the striking 15th century gothic church – Lorenzkirche, the 14th century Frauenkirche (Church of Our Lady) dominating the Main Market. You will also be taken to the 700-year-old Hauptmarkt town market square, a market place that bustles with life throughout the year. You will come across shops selling fresh fruits, vegetables, flowers and a range of fine cheese. Also see the stunning Kaiserburg, an ancient imperial castle.
After exploring Nuremberg’s rich heritage, take a train ride back to Munich. The tour ends at Munich Central Train Station.
Entrance fee to Nazi Party Documentation Centre (€5.00 per person) is not included and must be paid on the day of the tour
No need to print! If you are travelling with a smartphone or tablet you can present your voucher on your device for this activity.
The confirmation voucher includes the local activity operator’s contact details and local telephone numbers at the destination. They will happily answer any logistical questions you may have.
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Tour guide (Jason) was great! Varied tour; plenty of history and beautiful landmarks to take in and see! Highly recommend!...
Our guide Jason was very informative and definitely knew his stuff. Any question that was asked of him he could answer. He sure went above and beyond our expectations. The train...
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