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Frankfurt Super Saver: Neuschwanstein Castle and Rothenburg Day Trip
"Neuschwanstein Castle Tour: (7 hours)Board your coach in central Frankfurt in the morning and travel roughly 262 miles (422 km) south to the enchanting Bavarian town of Füssen located at the southernmost tip of Germany’s Romantic Road.Füssen is home to one of Germany’s star attractions: Neuschwanstein Castle. Perched on a rocky hill this fairy tale palace rises steeply above the village of Hohenschwangau dominating the surrounding plains and Alpine foothills. You’ll understand immediately why Walt Disney used this royal castle as his inspiration for Sleeping Beauty.Bypass the entrance lines and follow your guide on a narrated tour of the castl the shy and troubled King Ludwig II who used the palace as his personal refuge during his turbulent reign. Neuschwanstein is by far the most distinctive of the king’s three Bavarian castles built in classic Neo-Gothic Revival style. Its grandeur is simply breathtaking.After your tour
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Private Tour: Dachau Concentration Camp Memorial Site Tour from Munich
"Meet your guide at Munich Central Station or your centrally located Munich hotel then take a train to Dachau where a bus will then transport you to Dachau Concentration Camp Memorial Site.During the Holocaust Dachau was referred to as the ‘parent camp’ serving as a training ground for the genocide during the Third Reich. A staggering range of persecuted people were sent to Dachau — including communists German dissidents gay men Jehovah’s Witnesses
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Private Day Tour from Prague to Dachau Concentration Camp Memorial Site
"This tour are aimed at individual visitors and consist of a guided tour through the grounds of the former camp the historical buildings and parts of the permanent exhibition. The goal is to provide a basic knowledge of the history of the Dachau Concentration Camp and the memorial site as well as to examine the question ""What does this history have to do with us today?""In 2003 a new main exhibition was opened at the Dachau Concentration Camp Memorial Site. The redevelopment of the Dachau Memorial Site was begun in 1997 by the Hau their life in the camp and their journey to either death or liberation. This path is plotted using the firsthand accounts and drawings of the prisoners their biographies
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More Warnings and Dangers in Nürnberg

It's Bavaria - it's safe.

For a city of its size Nuremberg is incredibly relaxed. The people are friendly, the pace is slow, and it has one of the lowest crime rates of any major city in the world. In 2004 it was rated the 6th...
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Sep 03, 2013

Beware of Big Willy in the Ladies' toilet!

Much to the exasperation of other nationalities, we Brits are renowned for our scatological - toilet - humour (see my Tolpuddle page for proof positive of this) and I have always enjoyed antistar's...
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Dec 23, 2011

Guidance on photography in churches: Homer's Rules

Visiting churches is one of the absolute highlights of a trip to Europe, and provides a fascinating insight into the most powerful influence that has shaped European cultures over the past couple of...
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CatherineReichardt
Oct 17, 2011

How to cope if your footwear isn't waterproof!

As I write this, I am convalescing from a major foot operation, so the subject of appropriate footwear is a subject that is currently very dear to my heart!Walking is by far the best way to appreciate...
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CatherineReichardt
Oct 17, 2011

Get a photo permission in Lorenzkirche

If you want to take photos or films inside Lorenzkirche, please be responsible and pay the 5 euro to get the permission. This money is used for the restoration of the church. You will be given a...
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Mikebond
Jan 03, 2008

Pay attention to your bike!

Like many German cities, Nürnberg has a lot of bicycle tracks and many people use them. However, pay attention to your bike, as someone may "borrow" the saddle, as happened to the unlucky owner of...
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Mikebond
Jul 24, 2007
 
 
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Oct 06, 2006

I would say be careful where...

I would say be careful where you wonder off to in Nurnburg! You may walk where the prostitutes are - they are so close by!
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Aug 26, 2002

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Konigstrasse 80, Nuremberg, Bavaria, 90402, Germany
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Koenigstrasse 74, Nuremberg, Bavaria, 90402, Germany
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Irrerstrasse 9, Nuremberg, Bavaria, 90403, Germany
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Eilgutstrasse 15, Nuremberg, Bavaria, 90443, Germany
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Engelhardsgasse 12, Nuremberg, Bavaria, 90402, Germany
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Agnesgasse 10, Nuremberg, Bavaria, 90403, Germany
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Top Things to Do in Nürnberg

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Frauenkirche - Church of Our Lady

At noon each day the clock on the west façade, Männleinlaufen, rings to commemorate the Golden Bull of 1356, when seven electors paid homage to Charles IV and it was decreed that each new Emperor...
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Schöner Brunnen - Beautiful Fountain

The Beautiful Fountain (Schöner Brunnen) sits in to the side of the central market square in Nürnberg. This Gothic fountain is a replica of the original that was erected at this site in the 1380s; the...
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Lorenzkirche - St. Lawrence Church

St. Lorenz Church, dedicated to St. Lawrence, is a beautiful three aisled late Gothic church. Severely damaged during the World War II bombing raids that destroyed much of Nürnberg, the church has...
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City Walls - Fortifications

The Hallerturlein is an old pedestrian gate through the city wall to the west of Nuremberg's old town. This narrow gate has a tall thin Tower with a pointed roof, and is known as "GREEN - G." Walking...
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Albrecht Duerer House

Albrecht Dürer is arguably Nürnberg’s most famous son. The artist was born, lived, and died in the city, although he was well known for his travels to Italy and other parts of Europe. Dürer is...
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Ehekarussell - Marriage Merry-Go-Round Fountain

The Marriage Merry-Go-Round (Carousel) fountain is an interesting and controversial work. Situated in a pedestrian shopping area next to the White Tower, it was built in 1984 at a high cost. The large...
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Top 5 Nürnberg Writers

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brendareed

"weekends in Nürnberg"
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Kuznetsov_Sergey

"Nuremberg"
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antistar

"Nuremberg"
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balhannah

"I LOVED HISTORIC NUREMBERG!"
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nicolaitan

"Nuremberg"
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