Here is a selection of the most recent reviews of the Nuremberg Day Trip from Munich submitted by actual travelers. Read what travelers liked, what they loved, and what they thought could be improved.
A must! So much to seeReviewed by: stlramsfaulk, April 2013
Great tour and great guideReviewed by: Paul S, April 2013
Fascinating city with a mind boggling history. Our tour guide was an American living in Munich and was a veritable walking encyclopedia of knowledge about the city and its dramatic history. The train ride was pleasant and comfortable. We had a wonderful day and would recommend this tour to anyone staying in Bavaria as a desirable day trip.Reviewed by: CJ, March 2013
Great trip, loved Nuremburg. Guided tour is the best way to go as you learn so much more than you would just wandering around looking at the sights. The local sausages we had for lunch were really good !!
There wasn't a lot left of the third reicht sight, but still nice to go there and see it.
Our guide Jason was very knowledgable and did a wonderful job
Great Tour!Reviewed by: Clara Eleonora M, February 2013
A very nice little town with so much history, great shpping and tradetional dining options, and the only place in the world where you can buy thier famous fresh ginger bread all year long !!
be ready for serious walking but worth it.
Fantastic, the history, heritage and feel of the 15th century remains intact. With our tour guide Jason it was perfect.Reviewed by: Christian P, January 2013
Nuremberg trip was above our expectations. Beautiful city, rich in culture, history and architecture. Jeff, our historian and tour guide was very knowledgeable. Jeff made this trip even better. Adele NCReviewed by: Adele T, September 2012
great and very intresting tour (espacialy the part about the third raich) with a great guide like Achim.Reviewed by: Izhak K, June 2012
Tour guide Achim was attentive, knowledgeable and good humoured. Full day with lots to see in Nuremberg - we got to see courtroom 600 which was a bonus. Historic city faithfully rebuilt after WW2.Reviewed by: Stephen P, June 2012