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Nuremberg: Medieval Ages Tour in Spanish

Product ID: 325198
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Discover the history of Nuremberg during the Middle Ages, including its infamous witch hunts and the everyday life of citizens during medieval times.
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Duration: 3 hours
Starting time 3:30 PM
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Wheelchair accessible

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  • Learn about Nuremberg's history of witch hunts and public trails
  • Visit the house of the city’s most famous executioner during the Middle Ages
  • Hear the popular medieval legends that originated from Nuremberg
  • Discover the military tactics used by city officials to protect against invaders
Full description
Travel back in time to discover what everyday life was like in Nuremberg during the Middle Ages. During the tour you will learn about Nuremberg’s infamous witch trials, where hundreds of women were accused of witchcraft.

Continue the journey through the dark remnants of this era with a visit to Trödelmarkt Island, where the city’s notorious executioner Franz Schmidt lived. Public executions and punishments were a daily occurrence during these times. As you walk through the city’s perfectly preserved cobblestones streets, your guide will share with you fantastical medieval tales of devils, knights on flying horses, and galactic aliens.

This comprehensive city tour will allow a deep overview of the everyday life of citizens during the Middle Ages. Learn about their daily activities, their professions, and how medieval customs, which are still alive today, have shaped modern Nuremberg.
  • Spanish guide
What’s Not Included
  • Food and drinks
  • Gratuities
  • Museum tickets

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Meeting point

Meet in front of main entrance of the Frauenkirche, in Hauptmarkt. Your guide will be carrying a white and red umbrella.

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From US$ 17.62 per person

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Product ID: 325198