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Bamberg and Nuremberg (PRIVATE)

Duration: 1 day
Excursion type: car / bus, countryside excursion, individual excursion

Days of: individual tour - any day of the week.

Starting point: at the reception desk of your hotel.

Duration: 14 hours.

Distance in kilometers: Karlovy Vary - Bamberg 169 km. Bamberg - Nuremberg 62 km. Nuremberg - Karlovy Vary 232 km.

Franconian city of Bamberg is often compared with Rome and even with Venice. With the Italian capital of his kinship location on seven hills, and Venice, he recalled, because for more than a thousand years worth of two branches of the river Regnitz. The resemblance to Italy ends: there is not a palace, nor imperial ruins or magnificent cathedral. However, due to the fact that all the buildings here survived the Second World War, Bamberg was recognized by UNESCO as "Cultural Heritage of Humanity." In addition to the architectural masterpieces of Bamberg is famous for beer traditions. A perfect day in Bamberg guest begins with a tour of the local beauties and ends in a tavern with smoked meat and Bavarian beer specialties.
In XX century the history of medieval Nuremberg made a sharp turn, which is now often say about him, remembering the Second World War. All the more surprised those who here gets. Because it turns out, as a lot of interesting things hidden in the narrow, cobblestone streets. It was in this city invented the pocket watch and the globe, there lived a famous Renaissance painter Albrecht Dürer and the Renaissance poet Hans Sachs, and it is here is the longest in Europe's medieval city wall. Strolling through the ancient streets, remember that only one of the 10 houses in the city center was actually built in the Middle Ages. After all, 90 percent of the buildings were destroyed during the bombing of January 2, 1945.

  • Guide service
  • Individual transfer
Not included
  • Entry tickets