Nuremberg Germany Travel
In this guided adventure we visit the cities of Nuremberg and Rothenburg on a day trip - extended tours of Germany's most popular tourist destinations.
The Nuremberg Trials Memorial has already been mentioned, but if you are travelling with children, this will be a real highlight. On our tour of the city we will explore many popular tourist attractions, the most important of which are the museums and galleries. We discover the Kaiserburg with its magnificent views over many cities, and if you are interested in the sights of Nuremberg, you can also visit the museum from Rothenburg (the website is here).
If you are interested in the history of Nuremberg and its history as a tourist destination, it is definitely worth a stop on your tour of Germany. Further information on the sights of this trip can be found at the Tourist Information Nuremberg at Königsstraße 93.
The wheelmap.org website is also a good source for finding wheelchair accessible places in Nuremberg and Germany in general.
You can organise a walk to Nuremberg, where you will visit a number of museums, galleries, restaurants, shops and other attractions in the city. You can also book a tour between Munich and Nuremberg, which includes guided tours. Dresden may be your next city, but if you're looking for things to do in Dresden, check out our guide to Dresden and the most popular tourist destinations in Germany. If you want to get a better understanding of the history and culture of Germany and its people, this website has a lot of great information as well as many other great travel guides.
You can also take a day trip from Munich to Nuremberg if you don't have much time, but I would say that it's not feasible unless you're desperate. If you stay in Munich, you can take the train between Frankfurt and Nuremberg for your day trip, which takes you 2 hours each way, although I would say that this is not feasible for those who are desperate, so you should start before you leave the medieval city. After crossing the street, you will return to Nuremberg city centre before you take the tram back to Munich. Then you can drive for a few hours to the heart of Nuremberg, before leaving it again and returning to Munich for a night.
The Nuremberg rallies, which include the largest remnants of the Third Reich in the world, continue. Highlights include a tour of the Nazi concentration camps, Auschwitz and a visit to the Reichstag.
Nuremberg is unfortunately inextricably linked to the Second World War, but when you explore the city, you can see why it has always held such an important position in Germany. If you are interested in history, it is definitely one of the best cities to visit in Germany, even without the Nazi concentration camps.
First of all, I recommend that you check out the website of the Convention Tourism Board of Nuremberg before your visit to Nuremberg to get an idea of all the events that will take place in Nuremberg during your stay and to read more about this fantastic city. For more information about the sights and a complete list of events, please visit the Nuremberg Travel Blog.
If you are interested in the history of the Nuremberg Nazis, read this article about the post-war period when important actors such as Hitler were sentenced to death and long prison terms in Nuremberg.
We will take you to Nuremberg by bus, but also a Viator tour or a series of Nuremberg city tours by the Nuremberg Tourism. Immerse yourself in the local experience by visiting the old town and other attractions you may have missed. Guided tours of the old town are included, with plenty of free time to explore, eat and explore.
Nuremberg is beautiful in all seasons, but the Christmas market is a fantastic time and you can visit it at any time of the year as long as you are in it. Similar to a day trip to Bamberg, there are many possibilities today if you take the train from Regensburg to Nuremberg. There is much to see and do in Nuremberg and Bamberg, and not even a hectic day of exploring the two Bavarian cities. Remember that 2 days is enough time to explore them, read our guide here and you will be here, or you can combine the trip with another city. Here is an example of how to spend 48 hours in and around Nuremberg, with a number of different possibilities for day trips.
There are many things to do, see and eat in Nuremberg, but don't hesitate to add your ideas in the comments below. If you want to come to Germany for two days in a row as a child, it is worth a side trip. Renting a car is one of the best ways to "see the real Germany" and give yourself the chance to experience all the places around Nuremberg without leaving the day - another day by bus. Here is our guide to how to see the well-being of Nuremberg in one day, but choose the place you visit (1 day) carefully based on your experience.