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Luitpoldhain, Nuremberg

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Nuremberg: World War II Tour with Hotel Pickup

Nuremberg: World War II Tour with Hotel Pickup

Visit important Third Reich locations on a World War II guided tour in Nuremberg. Visit the Nazi Party Rally Grounds and learn about the history of this important site from your guide. See the Great Road, Zeppelinfeld, and much more. Begin your tour with a convenient pickup from your hotel and head towards the southeast of the city where the Nazi Party Rally Grounds are located. From 1933 to 1938 these grounds served as the location for the National Socialist party rallies in Nuremberg. See the Zeppelinfeld, the unfinished Congress Hall, and the Great Road, a stretch of road nearly 2 kilometers long that was built to host parades but was never used. You'll also get to see the Nuremberg Palace of Justice, the site of the Nuremberg trials. The Palace of Justice was chosen to host the trials since it was almost undamaged and offered sufficient space and a large prison complex.  At the end of your tour, your driver will take you back to your hotel in Nuremberg.

Nuremberg: Self-guided Tour former Nazi Party Rally Grounds

Nuremberg: Self-guided Tour former Nazi Party Rally Grounds

Explore the Nazi Party Rally Grounds with this self-guided tour. You will learn a lot about the history of the site and its peaceful use today. The area is now a large park and lake landscape that the people of Nuremberg enjoy using in their leisure time. It covers an area of 11 square kilometres, which is roughly seven times the size of Nuremberg's old town. You will get to know the main facilities and buildings. Start at the Documentation Centre and visit the inner courtyard of the Congress Hall, the Große Straße, the Silbersee and the Zeppelinfeld. Frrom there the route leads to the arcades of the Congress Hall and Luitpoldhain. The Nazi Party Rally Grounds are easily accessible by public transport. There are numerous parking spaces around the Documentation Centre. The grounds are extensive and the tour offers a lot of information about the respective sites. There are also toilet facilities and several refreshment stands where you can get a drink or a snack. The tour is also suitable for pushchairs and wheelchairs, although the main stand at Zeppelinfeld is only accessible via stairs. Learn about the history of this place and experience the vastness of the grounds on a walk. The tour is a great way to get outside and discover new things with family, friends or on your own. You can start the tour at any time and as often as you like in the browser of a smartphone. On site or even from the comfort of your sofa. *** Good to know *** You will receive the link to start the tour in an email directly after booking.

Zeppelin Field: Nazi Propaganda Center Tour

Zeppelin Field: Nazi Propaganda Center Tour

This tour starts in front of the Frauenkirche in the Hauptmark of Nuremberg. Accompanied by a guide specialized in the subject, you will travel by bus to the Nazi party rally ground where your tour begins with the discovery of the Luitpoldhain. Venture into the space where Hitler's Putsch was remembered every year, a place where the SS and SA performed their ceremonies. You will also visit the Congress Hall, and marvel at the colossal structure.  Walk along the Grosse Strasse where parades of the German army once formed. Finally, venture to the Zeppelin Field, and walk amongst a site of major historical significance.

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Tour was fantastic - very informative and a lot of ground covered (was nice to drive from site to site!) While I thought I knew quite a bit about World War II and the Nazi Party, I learned a lot about their role in Nuremberg. Seeing the courtroom for the Nuremberg Trials was a real treat, as was learning in the museum how the trial was created and came together. There definitely wasn't enough time to go through the entire museum, but you could go back. I highly recommend this tour!

Rob was an enthusiastic and enjoyable tour guide. You could certainly go to the sights on your own, but the ease of being transported and the value of having a knowledgeable guide really makes this worth the money. The cost is more than reasonable in comparison to other tours.

Robb was an excellent tour guide. Very welcoming, friendly and accommodating to our drop off point. Time allotted in the museum was not sufficient. 30!minutes after paying for three audio tours was not enough time to get through 120 of the 410 plus points of interest.

The tour with Federico was very worthwhile, he is passionate about the subject and shared a lot of very interesting information with us, I highly recommend him!

Rob was very informative and made the tour very interesting. Highly recommend.