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The bell tower of the church is called "Daniel" by the locals. After climbing the stairs to the top, one is rewarded with amazing views in all directions that provide a great sense of Nördlingen's circular layout.
If you are visiting Nordlingen and St. George's Church, don't miss out on a chance to climb the church tower (Walk to the outside, rear of the church to find the tower entrance - costs €3,50/person)
You will be rewarded with some great views overlooking...More
Nordlingen is a beautiful town. Climbing up the tower is tiring but the views are great. There is a cat living in a tower but we did not see it. You can see some photos of the cat sitting on the railing which I think...More
350 steps, stone to start with, then wooden, getting narrower and narrower. Best not to look up, that put half our party right off, and they headed back down. You pay near the top, which seemed weird to us, worth the cost, there was a...More