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Nuremberg and Rothenburg Day Trip from Frankfurt
"Nuremberg Half-Day Trip from Frankfurt: (5 Hours)Meet your guide at the prearranged meeting point in central Frankfurt then travel by luxury coach to the Bavarian city of Nuremberg. A city as aesthetically pleasing as it is historically interesting Nuremberg has a colorful history from the Nuremburg Trials to its fame throughout the ages as a European trade and commerce center.Marvel at the sights of the city’s distinctive red-roofed buildings stretched around the Imperial Nuremberg Castle (Kaiserburg). Stroll around the Old Town with your guide for a glimpse of the original city walls and see the romantic timber-framed houses in the Castle Quarter.Depending on your preference spend the rest of your time independently exploring either majestic Nuremberg Castle or the Germanic National Museum (the entrance fee to your choice of one attraction is included)
From EUR218.00
 
Guided Rothenburg Day Trip from Frankfurt
"Set off on board your luxury air-conditioned coach and head south from Frankfurt to Rothenburg ob der Tabuer in the Franconian region of Germany. Your route follows the banks of the Neckar River and winds along Germany's famous Castle Road before reaching Rothenburg at the end of Germany's also-famous Romantic Road.Perceived to be the best preserved medieval town in the country Rothenburg is truly a visitor's delight! Be sure to bring a camera to capture photos of its charming half-timbered houses and winding cobbled lanes which are encircled by its intact city walls.You'll take a guided Rothenberg walking tour around the center's picturesque lanes passing the Renaissance town hall and the imposing town gates. As you walk your expert guide will point out places of interest and give you an insight into Rothenberg's rich cultural history. Entrance fees to either St Jacob's Church or Rothenberg's Medieval Crime Museum are included
From EUR158.00
 
Private Tour: Rothenburg and Romantic Road Day Trip from Frankfurt
"Start the day with a hotel pickup or meet your private guide in central Frankfurt. Then leave the city by air-conditioned vehicle and travel south to Rothenburg in Germany’s Franconia region. As you relax on the journey chat about the region and take the opportunity to ask any questions you may have. The beauty of having a private guide is that any commentary is tailored to your interests.Your route follows the banks of the Neckar River and winds along Germany's before reaching Rothenburg at the end of Germany's also-famous Romantic Road. Perceived by many to be one of the country’s best-preserved medieval towns Rothenburg is a visitor's delight.Have your camera to hand as you enjoy a walking tour around the cobblestone lanes that weave between the half-timbered houses of the center. See the Renaissance Town Hall the still-intact city walls and the ever-imposing gates as your guide gives insight into Rothenburg’s rich history and culture.After your walking tour finishes make the most of some free time to explore the city at your own pace. Ask your guide to recommend a cafe for lunch (own expense)
From EUR168.00

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Kornhaus

Now a hostel for about 17 beds. Markanter FAchwarkbau back in 1508 built this as a corn storage building. It has been modified and reworked many times since, and no doubt modernized inside now for...
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Faultturm and Haus

This was not open for viewing, and maybe has not been for quite some time based on the look of being desolate. The tower also called Schuldturm connects to Zwingerhaus. Behind the tower is the park...
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Rothenburgertor

The tower gate was the main entry from the north in the older days and that was back in the 1400's when it was built in 1390. It is one entry for Imperial Cities to be merchants of trade and food...
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Driekonigskappelle

Dating back to 1378, this church was a dedication to three kings and now is only used as a memorial of wars. It has Spitzbogigen Fenstern and Walmdach. There is no entry from what I noted, and looks...
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Segringertor

It is the gate on the west side of the town and dates back to about mid 1500's. It was damaged in Thirty Years War because the Swedes attacked this side most vigorously. They breached the wall here,...
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Nordlinger Museum of Dimension 3rd Dimension

This museum features holographs, 3D perspectives, illusions of things and distortions, and light and laser shows. The tour is not much to see here. It is open 10-6 daily and only until 4PM on off...
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Nordlingerstrasse

This street is mostly made up of residences of the locals living within the walls and some businesses for normal daily needs such as plumbing, electrical and some food stores. At the end of this three...
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Martin Luther Strasse

This is the main street for the shopping and branches off with the Winemarket buildings. The end of the street leads to Rothenburger Tor, and is only a couple of blocks long. The Gastof Gold Hirsch is...
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Town Hall

This red decorated facade was built in 1773 and used since 1855 as the current town hall after the Geschichtehaus was used for other purposes that was owned by von Krieg und Frieden. The town hall is...
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City Museum

This museum is very nice, and not publicized as much as it should be. Inside the Haus Geschichte which also is the town hall and the tourist information office is the museum taking up 1/2 of the large...
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Haus der Geschichte-Information and Museum

This is located in the Altrathausplatz near the Wornitz Tor gate. It is used for tourist information, local events, and has the town history museum which is worth a visit. The tourist office times are...
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Winemarkt buildings

Five practical but ornate buildings of Giebelhauser from 1600 was used for merchants to not only process wine, but also have usual merchandising of goods and storage for commerce. The Alderman's Inn...
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Karmelite Kloster

It is located in the midst of the street buildings on Nordlingerstrasse and Marktplatz. This Evangelical St. Paulskirche was built between 1840-43. The kloster connection dates back to the sect...
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Munster St. Georg-the Interior

The interior is one of the most highly decorated in the region. It brought pilgrims to here to celebrate the splendor of the church beauty. Besides the large main altar and lovely nave, there are...
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