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We enjoyed a really enlightening 4 hour walking tour of Nuremberg. Our guide, an Australian called Chris, was informative and entertaining. We learnt so much about the city which we would have missed had we gone on our own.
The city has wonderful history and architecture BUT Red Bull has sadly taken over with preparations for one of their advertisements -very disappointing! If you're visiting , check first as it looks awful
Didn't really offer any insights into Nuremberg. Just pointing out old buildings without any real history attached. American guy was nice but he was clearly doing it just for the sake of it instead off any real passion
We have done the tour in Nuremberg today and was awful:
- the guide did not introduce himself, but took the money the first thing, without even saying Hello
- we were following him since the first moment without any explanation of where we were...More
Simply doesn't meet a good standard for a tour in general. For a city with enormous depth of history, this tour was anything but.
Really just plain awkward. Arrived at the tour spot by myself, said hello to Billie, asked some personal questions, and then...More
Nurnberg was the first stop on our tour of Germany and Billy gave a great tour of the Third Reichs role in Nurnberg. It got a lovely walk around the lake and is a great time to have all those many questions answered. Ours was...More
We took the Third Reich tour with a young American guide (he didn't give us his name or ask for ours). We paid €9 plus €4.30 for two people for the train. There were six people in total in our group. While our guide was...More