Nuremberg WW2 Combo Tour


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Kid Friendly: Yes.

Friendly: No.

Maximum travelers: 6



German (advanced), English (fluent)

Rally Grounds to Room 600


My popular Nuremberg WW2 Combo tour, covering the Rally Grounds to Room 600, is a great way to learn about not only the immense proportions of the former nazi party rally grounds and the megalomania of the National Socialist regime, but also about the Nuremberg Trials which was the forum for what is often referred to as "The Trial of the Century". It's a really great way round out your Nuremberg WW2 knowledge.

During this tour we will start off by visiting the Luitpold Arena site, the Congress Hall, the Congress Hall Gallery, the Great Road, and the Zeppelin Field. Afterwards will will drive over to the Justice Palace, where Room 600 is located, and learn about the first serious attempt to adjudicate State leaders accused of war crimes.

It is also possible to customize this tour and combine it with ​any of my other tours as well. I'll be happy to give you a quote for any Nuremberg tour variation that you want.


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Meeting Location + Tour Duration

Meeting location: Customer's Nuremberg hotel

End location: Customer's Nuremberg hotel

Duration: 4 hours


My 2016 Mercedes V-series van.

What’s Included

Transportation in my 2016 Mercedes V-series van, as well as, pick-up and drop-off at the customer's Nuremberg hotel.

Estimated Local Cash Needed

6 EURO - Admission per person to Room 600

What’s Extra

€6 per person admission into Room 600 and its exhibition.



A Recent Review of this tour

What an amazing afternoon! Kevin had so much information and was able to answer all our questions, and we had a bunch. We will be calling on Kevin next time we're in Nuremberg for one of his other tours. Best tour of our extensive trip--
Caroleen Cosand

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