- Nuremberg tour with personalized attention from a private guide
- Learn about the city’s past from a history-loving local guide
- Take in top Nuremberg attractions like Albrecht Dürer House and St Lawrence Church
- Explore Nuremberg’s Nazi party rally grounds and hear little-known details about the Third Reich
- Visit the Documentation Center, Luitpold Arena and Great Street
- Choose from a 2-, 3- or 5-hour private tour
Why Our Insiders Chose This Tour
Nuremberg is full of history so it’s a must-see city for history fans! What is great about this tour is that you have a private guide, and you can choose between three different tour durations depending on how much time you have. It’s super flexible!
What You Can Expect
Behind the walls, walk past the Craftsmen's Courtyard, where glass cutters, leather workers, gold and silversmiths, stained-glass painters and other artisans offer their wares for sale. See the gothic St. Lawrence Church, which was rebuilt after World War II; Nürnberger Christkindlesmarkt, Germany’s most famous Christmas market; plus Town Hall, German Renaissance artist Albrecht Dürer's house and the Imperial Castle courtyards, to name just some of the attractions.
Along the way, learn about the history of this beautiful and prosperous city — as the center of the Holy Roman Empire, to the days of the German Renaissance, the Temple City of the Third Reich, and the home to both the Nazi rallies and Nuremberg Trials.
See where German Emperors were crowned and where saints are buried. Find where the most famous and talented German artisans in history created their awe-inspiring works and where the colorful and lively markets have taken place for almost 700 years.
After a lunch break (own expense and depending on length of tour chosen), head out to see the Nazi party rally grounds. Discover the Great Street, designed by architect Albert Speer to be the central axis of the rally grounds, and the half-finished Congress Hall of the Nazi Party, a building Hitler planned to use for party meetings. There’s also the largest Third Reich buildings, where Hitler inspected members of the SS, and the Documentation Center, a museum with exhibits on vital wartime and post-war events, like the Nuremberg Trials.
This private tour is a customized experience, so be sure to include any specific requests and desired attractions to the guide at any time.
The tour concludes with a hotel drop-off in central Nuremberg.
Jason gave us a great private tour. He talked us through the history of Nuremberg, showed us the Nazi Rally grounds and then the Old Town with all the different churches and buildings. He accepted all questions and really catered the trip to our needs. We had 2 younger people and 2 senior people in our group, and everyone totally enjoyed the experience! I would definitely recommend this tour (and Jason) to others.
We enjoyed our tour of Nuremberg very much and thought our guide was good as well. It gave us a good overview of this city.