Free Walking Tour Nuremberg

free walking tour nuremberg

Free Walking Tour Nuremberg discovers the historic city of Nuremberg, located in the northern region of Bavaria, Germany. It is known for its well-preserved medieval architecture, including the impressive Nuremberg Castle and the beautiful St. Lorenz Church. The city also has a rich history, as it was an important center of the Holy Roman Empire, as well as a center for the Nazi party during World War II. Visitors can also explore the city’s rich cultural heritage by visiting museums such as the German National Museum and the Toy Museum. Nuremberg also offers a vibrant Christmas market during the holiday season, where visitors can shop for unique gifts and sample traditional German food. It’s a great destination for history and culture enthusiasts.

General information

Meeting point

Meet your guide at the main entrance of the Nuremberg Castle

Start times

11:00 hrs / 18:00 hrs


2 hours




Tip only basis


Please remember to check your ticket after booking to ensure you don’t miss any updates from your guide.

Free Walking Tour Nuremberg – Itinerary

Begin the Free Walking Tour Nuremberg by meeting at the Nuremberg Castle, a magnificent medieval fortress that sits high above the city. The castle has played a significant role in the city’s history and it’s now a museum and a popular tourist attraction. Visitors can explore the castle’s various buildings and learn about its history and architecture.

Next, take a walk through the Old Town and explore the charming streets lined with half-timbered houses and visit the St. Lorenz Church, one of the most important churches of the city, which dates back to the 14th century.


Then, head to the Hauptmarkt, the main market square of Nuremberg, where you can find the famous Schöner Brunnen fountain and the St. Sebald Church. This is also a great spot to sample some traditional German food and drinks.

Finally, visit the Nazi party rally grounds, an important site of the Nazi party during World War II. The area was used for the massive Nazi party rallies from 1933 to 1938 and it’s now a memorial site that serves as a reminder of the atrocities committed during that time.

This itinerary offers a good balance of historical and cultural landmarks, giving you a great overview of Nuremberg’s rich history, culture and its architecture.