"This unique Segway tour provides an entirely new perspective on Nuremberg. It’s the perfect tour for those who are new to the city as well as those who are familiar with Nuremberg but want to gain new impressions.Riding a Segway isn’t difficult but it’s important to know how to operate it. This tour begins in Nuremberg’s Suedstadt at the tour operators headquarter. Enjoy a brief but thorough instructing session to make sure everyone feels comfortable and knowledgeable about riding a Segway. Add all passengers must weight between 100 and 255 pounds and at least 15 years old to participate. With the training out of the way it’s time to hit the road.This Segway tour is a wonderful orientation to Nuremberg providing an opportunity to see virtually all of the popular sites as well as those hidden ones that are “off the beaten path.” The tour will stop every few hundred meters to see the sites hear fascinating stories take pictures and discuss Nuremberg’s history. The knowledgeable
"Leave central Frankfurt and travel south to Heidelberg in the northern Baden-Württemberg region – roughly an hour away. Straddling the River Neckar the romantic city is framed by dense woodlands that seemingly try to hide its star attraction – Heidelberg Castle. Referred to as ‘the Schloss’ by locals the castle is the epitome of a fairytale fortress with palatial Gothic-Renaissance architecture lavish grounds and heart-stopping views. Head inside and explore the ruins with your guide walking through its large courtyard and along the terrace. Drink in the sweeping views and then admire some of the castle’s artifacts like the wine barrel that is said to be the largest in the world.After your castle tour
Nuremberg Nazi Party Rally Grounds and Old Town Tour
"Meet your guide in front of Nuremberg Station and stroll around the city’s Old Town admiring the pretty timber-framed houses and cobblestone streets clustered around Nuremberg Castle and the Hauptmarkt – the bustling central square. As you walk hear tales of the city’s past – from bygone days as a center of the Holy Roman Empire to its days under the dark spell of the Nazis during the Third Reich.Nuremberg’s architecture beckons to its layered history too and many examples of the city’s different architectural styles are covered on your tour. Admire St Lawrence Church – rebuilt after World War II – and pass Schöner Brunnen a replica of a 14th-century water feature that aptly translates as the ‘beautiful fountain.’ Walk around the medieval city walls
A beautiful yet small public parc with sculptures, fountains, canals, bridges ... a nice place to lay down on the lawn and read a good book in summer. The Richard Wagner museum and the Markgräfliches...