Nuremberg is the second most populous city of Bavaria after Munich and the administrative center of the Bavarian province of Franconia. In terms of tourism, Nuremberg also shares the palm of the championship with Munich and is considered one of the most visited cities in Germany. Such a popularity of the city of Nuremberg deserved not by chance, because it is considered a “treasure trove” of the former German empire. In architectural terms, it is difficult to find cities in Germany more saturated with medieval buildings, squares and sculptures. Having visited Nuremberg, you can easily feel yourself in the middle of the Middle Ages.
|NUREMBERG & KARLSTEJN CASTLE|
|Start time:||8:00 a.m.|
|Tour duration:||12 hours|
|Type of tour:||Bus and walking|
|Start and finish tour:||Hotel pick up/drop off|
|Languages:||English, Spanish, Russian, German, Italian, French, Chinese|
The strange story of the castle is full of facts and mysterious fictions, that is why it is difficult to say what the truth is and what is the fantasy and myths. The majestic castle that was built by the Orthodox Christian Charles IV in late Gothic style to store the royal treasury and later the jewels of the crown of the Holy Roman Empire.
Sounds stunning, doesn’t it? Locals say that the construction of any castle in the world has never started so solemnly. In short, Karlstejn was not an ordinary castle. Its construction is associated with the inflow of the holy relics of the Holy Empire. The perfect occasion to visit Karlstejn is the individual winter bus tour to Karlstejn. The target of an individual tour is to fulfill the expectations of a tourist and please his desires.
The charming smell of punch, hot drinks, sweets, bakery and gingerbread, the merry Christmas carols, music festivals, children and adults filled with happiness and joy… The magnificent atmosphere of Christmas holiday, when dreams come true. That is what we call Nuremberg Christmas market trip.
During our Christmas Market bus tour from Prague, we will visit the “town of wood and canvas” that is located in the middle of the square, surrounded by ancient buildings, typical for German cities, with its neat little houses and churches, and that has a completely unreal, fantastic atmosphere. That is why so many cities all around the world have taken exactly this Christmas market as a model for organizing their own events!
More than 180 tents with red and white linen roofs offer products of all sorts: there are traditional treats — Christmas gingerbread and buns with dried fruits, various sweets, toys, souvenirs, crafts, Christmas decorations. For those, who are tired or caught cold, walking along the streets of the magnificent city, here we try some delicious mulled wine and roasted sausages.