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Tailor-made School Trips to Nuremberg

Overview
Reasons to Visit
Places to Stay
  • Overview

    School trips to Nuremberg are ideal for those studying History and Politics. The city of Nuremberg was an extremely important location from 1933, each year 500,000 National Socialists from all over Germany converged upon Nuremberg for a week. The Zeppelin airfield, which still exists today, was built especially for Nazi parades. In stark contrast, by the end of the Second World War, Nuremberg was utterly devastated by allied bombings.

    On our school trips to Nuremberg you'll be able to experience the history and redevelopment of this important city.

    Why not also take a look at our school trips to Rhineland & Moselle Valley or our school trips to the Battlefields WW2.

  • Reasons to Visit
    1. Albrecht-Durer-Haus

      Exhibits include a painting and printing workshop from Durer's time, where various artistic techniques are demonstrated.

    2. Germanisches Nationalmuseum

      The museum's collection comprimises over 1.2 million objects, making in Germany's largest museum of cultural history.

    3. Neues Museum

      The 100m curved glass facade permits interesting views of the museum's interior and particularly at night, provides an extraordinary backdrop to events on Klarissenplatz.

  • Places to stay
    • A&O Nurnberg Hauptbahnhof

      The completely refurbished building is located only a few metres away from Nuremberg’s main station. All rooms have private facilities and television. The hostel is ideal for student groups with seminar rooms available as well as a teachers’ lounge.

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