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Private Tour: Nuremberg Day Trip with Train Transport from Munich
"Start your day with a hotel pickup or alternatively meet your guide at Munich Central Station and hop aboard your train to Nuremberg. Quicker than a journey by coach your train ride lasts roughly 1.5-hours meaning you have more time to spend in the city itself. As you travel your guide will talk to you about Nuremberg and also about the things that you want to see. Your itinerary is tailored to your interests so if there’s something you want to see more or less of simply let your guide know!On arrival walk to the city’s Old Town and admire the pretty timber-framed houses and cobblestone streets clustered around Nuremberg Castle. Amble through the Hauptmarkt
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Private Tour: Nuremberg Nazi Party Rally Grounds and Old Town Tour
"Meet your private guide at your Nuremberg hotel 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 your guide will talk to you about Nuremberg and also about the things that you want to see. T so if there’s something you want to see more or less of simply let your guide know! While walking 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
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"Private Tour: Nuremberg Sightseeing Including Old Town
"Private Tour: Nuremberg Sightseeing Including Old Town Rally Grounds and Nuremberg Courthouse""Meet your private guide at your central Nuremberg hotel in the morning or afternoon and set off on your 2- or 3-hour private tour. The itinerary can be tailored to your particular interests so if there are places you want to spend more or less time at talk to your guide.Drive around the walled Old Town as your guide recounts Nuremberg’s troubled past. From the Reformation to the Renaissance and Nazi Third Reich the city was pivotal to many world-changing historical events.Admire the timber-framed houses and take in the Beautiful Fountain (Schöner Brunnen) and cobbled marketplace (Hauptmarkt)
From EUR59.00

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Bratwurstkipferl

My favourite snack… A Bratwurstkipferl, as offered by Historische Wurstküche, consists of a roll made from rye dough, filled with two of their famous little grilled sausages, their special sweet...
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Christmas Markets: Lucreziamarkt

My favourite among Regensburg’s four Christmas markets! Lucreziamarkt is an artisans’ market, and the products on offer have a high level of quality. Prices are what these items are worth, so mentally...
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Knackwurstsemmel mit allem

Regensburg’s speciality “with everything” seems to be a must on the Christmas market and similar festivals. It is a white roll (Semmel) filled with a grilled short sausage of the Wiener type but...
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Christmas Markets: Thurn und Taxis Palace

The “romantic” Christmas market takes place in the park and courtyard of Thurn und Taxis Palace, grounds that usually are not accessible because the palace is private property. In Advent, though,...
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Christmas Markets: Katharinenspital

The market in Stadtamhof has probably the most spectacular setting, right on the Northern bank of the Danube in front of the panorama of the old town. Access is from the end of Steinerne Brücke, or...
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Christmas Markets: Neupfarrplatz

Neupfarrplatz is the “standard” market. Items on offer are the same style as everywhere else. Food stalls have some local specialities, though. Here is where to go for the famous Knackwurstsemmel mit...
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Old Bridge and Sausage Kitchen

We arrived by ship and of course the first thing which comes in sight is the Old Stone Bridge, constructed in the 12th century.Dominating the area near the bridge is the Historiche Wurstküche and the...
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Regensburger

Regensburger are much smaller than average German sausages and resemble an American breakfast sausage. They have a bit of a similar flavor profile with lots of marjoram for good measure. Though...
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Top Things to Do in Regensburg

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Old Sausage Kitchen - Wurstkuchl

Said to be the world's oldest sausage kitchen. Beautiful setting, seating inside and outside...incredibly busy at lunchtimes and even beyond (partly thanks to cruise ship passengers like us with...
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Stone Bridge - Steinerne Brücke

The old stone bridge of Regensburg spans the Danube River. It was a mess during our visit as it is being restored. I think it may have been damaged in the floods of the previous year. This bridge...
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Christmas Markets

Christmas markets are a big deal in Germany for locals and tourists. They pop up all over the place, so the tourist trap version isn’t compulsory. Regensburg has one of the touristy ones - the Thurn...
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Cathedral - Dom St. Peter

The Cathedral in Regensburg is called St Peter’s Dom. It dates from 700 AD. Its two massive spires are visible from many parts of the city. The exterior of the cathedral is covered with beautiful...
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Old Town Hall - Altes Rathaus

The Rathaus is the town Hall. The Reichstagsmuseum is here. Diet museum--Building from 13th century steeped in history ,there are tours inside, tickets office on ground floor. The town hall is in...
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Walking the Old Town

… in the so well preserved old town is the Kaufhof department store in Neupfarrplatz. This plan was made before Regensburg’s city planners realized the real value of their undestroyed, authentic old...
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