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Nuremberg: Private 1.5-Hour Tour with Brewery Visit

1. Nuremberg: Private 1.5-Hour Tour with Brewery Visit

Explore Nuremberg on a guided walk with a visit to a brewery. Discover the most beautiful sights in the city on foot including Albrecht Dürer's House and the Imperial Castle. Stroll past the main market square, where the annual Nuremberg Christmas Market is held, attracting up to 2 million visitors each time. Visit a microbrewery and taste delicious beers. Franken is known for its good beer and an unknown author once fittingly said: “Beer is among the most useful drinks, the tastiest foods, and the most pleasant drugs”. True to this motto, you can taste red beer, cool pale beer, or the house drink.

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Nuremberg: 3-Hour St. Johannis Food Tour in German

2. Nuremberg: 3-Hour St. Johannis Food Tour in German

Join a delicious guided food tour in Nuremberg's lively St. Johannis area where you will visit 4 unique and diverse restaurants and specialty shops and sample different foods and beverages from around the world. Start your tour in the striking baroque garden, Hesperidengärten, before making your way to the St. Johannis neighborhood. There, explore the unique St. John's Cemetery — one of the most important cemeteries in Europe, and where famous personalities including Albrecht Dürer are buried. Taste a variety of international cuisines from Greek to Spanish as you hear exciting stories from your expert guide. Learn about the culture and history of Nuremberg and its St. Johannis area and the family traditions behind each food locales you visit. Your local guide will answer any questions you might have.

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Nuremberg: Traditional Food Tasting and Sightseeing Tour

3. Nuremberg: Traditional Food Tasting and Sightseeing Tour

Enjoy a scenic culinary walking tour in the old town of Nuremberg. Experience local food and drink such as tasty pretzels and red beer. Get an insight into the many famous landmarks from your local guide. See highlights including the Craftsmen Courtyard and the main market square. Begin your tour at the famous sausage restaurant Bratwurst Glöcklein, taste mouth-watering sausages on the first of 5 culinary stops. Explore the old town and visit St. Lawrence Church, Hospital of the Holy Spirit, and the Church of Our Lady. Gaze at the intricate 14th-century fountain near the city hall, and see the Albrecht Durer Mansion. Tuck into local foods including Schäufele (a traditional roasted pork dish) and gingerbread. Finally, end your tour beneath the majestic Imperial Castle in a traditional restaurant.

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Nuremberg: Pub Crawl for Bachelor and Bachelorette Parties

4. Nuremberg: Pub Crawl for Bachelor and Bachelorette Parties

Explore the Nuremberg nightlife on an exclusive tour of the best bars and drinking spots as you bid farewell to your bachelor or bachelorette life. Visit the city’s trendiest bars and clubs, enjoy a beer tasting session and have a blast with your friends and family. On the tour, crawl through the pubs that have been handpicked to ensure you have the most fun on your trip. Allow your host to guide you through the city and admire the sights along the way whilst having a laugh with your group. Enjoy a beer tasting session which includes some of Germany’s best beers, and dine on a selection of traditional sausages while listening to music and sharing stories with one another.

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Nuremberg: Classic North Side Food Tour in German

5. Nuremberg: Classic North Side Food Tour in German

Join a delicious guided food tour in German in Nuremberg's historical area north of the Imperial Castle where you will visit 5 unique local restaurants and specialty shops and sample different foods and beverages. Enjoy foods that contain some of the most important elements found in traditional German cuisine like potato, pork, and fish.  Learn about the culture and history of Nuremberg and the family traditions behind each food locales you visit. Your local guide will answer any questions you might have.

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Nürnberg: Culinary Bike Tour

6. Nürnberg: Culinary Bike Tour

Take a guided tour by bike through Nuremberg's Knoblauchsland (garlic country). Meet your professional guide at Nuremberg airport and set off on an adventure through one of the biggest plantation areas in the south of Germany, taking in the idyllic nature, straight out of a fairytale (not Hansel and Gretel). From the airport your guide will take you to castles, a fortified church, fruit and vegetable plantations and finally at restaurant Zur Alten Tenne in Neunhof for a tour of their facilities. You will have the opportunity to stop at 5 traditional German places along the way to sample the local cuisine.

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What people are saying about Nuremberg

Dark Lager and Nuremberg Red Beer

Visited 2 brew houses (microbrewery plus a restaurant serving traditional Franconian food in Bavaria). One brewery (Barfusser, barefooter monks who brew beer in the past) is housed in a former custom collection building during the middle ages when Nuremberg was a major trading center along with Augsburg. I tried a dark lager. Second brewery is also a small microbrewery with restaurant serving the same type of food as above, and there is a underground tour associated with this Brauhaus. In the middle ages, beer was brewed down in the underground cellars/tunnels. I tried the red beer. Both beers were a good experience. My guide also took me on a quick walk through the old town. I did sign up for the cellar-tunnel tour with the second brewery for an additional 5 euros, very reasonable. On the tour, the English speaking tourists were given an audio guide, while the guide spoke german to German tourists. Most of the guests were German speaking.

Short, very nice tour that older people can do too. Only the ascent to the castle is a little strenuous, but our 76-year-old oldie has mastered it. From above you have a great view of Nuremberg. During the tour there are two opportunities to taste fantastic beers and a whiskey distillery is also visited. The guide was friendly and competent. We recommend.

This is a fantastic tour

You should take this tour early in your visit so that you can learn about the areas that interest you the most. If you enjoy beer in your native land then you will certainly appreciate seeing a few local breweries. The pace is just right and our guide Ben was very informative. Prost!

Excellent, best city walking tour I have ever been on!

Superb, our guide Brent was absolutely first class nothing was too much trouble. His knowledge and detail provided was first class. Also, his knowledge of the brewery pubs and the city eating establishments was brilliant!

Very nice and personalized tour with an excellent guide

The tour was very informative and well planned. The guide was very nice and adapted the tour according to our interests.