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Hans-Kalb-Str. 33, 90471 Nuremberg, Bavaria Germany
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City tour through Nuremberg with the Bimmelbahn
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City tour through Nuremberg with the Bimmelbahn

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Drive through the old town and through the unique history of Nuremberg. From the main market with the beautiful fountain past the Maxbrücke, the St Lorenz church, the Heilig-Geist-Spital and up to the Kaiserburg with its fortifications. Everything is easy for you to admire from the train. You will also learn fun and interesting facts, old-fashioned and current, glamorous and possibly also cruel, romantic and temperamental about Nuremberg and its residents. On this tour you will experience the highlights of several centuries in about 40 minutes and then you can explore the city on your own.
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Nicholas N wrote a review Aug 2020
Copenhagen, Denmark726 contributions142 helpful votes
The grounds are quite nice and you get an impression of how it must have been. The area around is also quite beautiful.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Sam wrote a review Jul 2020
Nuremberg, Germany10,222 contributions680 helpful votes
Made a quick visit to this field. It was pretty huge in that time. Not much left. Lot of history here
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Brian C wrote a review Mar 2020
Flagstaff, Arizona341 contributions29 helpful votes
Visited here for Who, AC/DC concert in 1979. We had an amazing concert with many performers that day. At that time I was not aware of the Nazi history here. 1979 Nurmberg open air fest. The Who. AC/DC. Scorpions. Cheap Trick. Molly Hatchet. Miriam Makeba. Nils Lofgren. Edo Zanki.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Dawn S wrote a review Mar 2020
Epsom, United Kingdom437 contributions118 helpful votes
This is free to visit and even if you are not a fan of Nazi's, what they did or stood for, this is still worth visiting. You can almost sense the german soliders matching/parading along here. The area is huge and I couldn't help but wonder how they would of gotten so many men into the area, with such military precession. Walk the steps up and stand on the same balcony that Hitler would of stood on when adressing the men below. From there take in the whole sight of the area, it send a tingle down my spine. Close your eyes and you can almost hear those soldiers matching past. There is a great deal of Germany's history right there. Then take awhile and take in what is going on there today. On the day that we visited, someone was there with their trainer and they had set up a few obsticles to use. Children were on their skateboards. Many tourist (the same as us) were there to look around. Other's were just walking through
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Date of experience: March 2020
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graeme A wrote a review Feb 2020
kuala lumpur281 contributions54 helpful votes
Went to Campo Zepplin near Zepplinfeld not to glorify in any way what went on there but to see the place for historical reasons. While the main part of the stadium was destroyed after the war, the stands and some background is still there but getting quite dilapidated now as no money is spent on it. The fields are now used for sport and there is a racetrack on the roads.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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