I'm Kevin, the owner of Nuremberg Tours in English, and you could say that I'm a cultural interpreter, not a teacher (passing on knowledge) or a sightseeing guide (pointing things out).
I'm more like a reverse anthropologist: a local expert insider explaining and sharing "Nuremberg", "Bamberg", and "Rothenburg" culture with my inquisitive customers.
Information is presented in a way that allows my guests to make their own mental connections because, after all, a tour with just interesting information is infotainment.
My private "Nuremberg Tours in English" are some of the best ways to experience the legendary city of Nuremberg because all of my "private tours" take you on a journey of discovery that is both thought-provoking and full of marvelous historical sites to enjoy.
In between the first and third German empires lies nearly eight hundred years of fascinating Nuremberg history that I bring to life during my "private Nuremberg Tours in English".
- Tour Guide Certification from Geschichte Für Alle e.V. Institut für Regionalgeschichte
- Certified Tour Guide with Förderverein Nürnberger Felsengänge
- German Chauffeur License (Führerschein zur Fahrgastbeförderung)
- CPR certified
- BA Business Management – University of Maryland, Munich Campus
- English (fluent)
- German (advanced)
Customer Feedback & Reviews
If you want a custom at your pace tour. Kevin is your man. You decide what you want to see and do and he will make it happen. At your pace! We had a great time visiting with Kevin also. Would highly recommend Kevin for any tour you may want to experience.
Reviewed by Michael Young, Tours by Locals
We took the "Nuremberg WW2 Combo Tour" and the "Nuremberg Old Town Walking Tour" with Kevin back to back on a Saturday for a total of 7 hours. The first was the "Nuremberg WWII Combo Tour". This tour was fascinating and Kevin really knows his stuff. His use of pictures to show what these places looked like during those rallies was especially effective. We learned so much. It was a Saturday so we were able to actually get into Room 600 at Justice Palace because the court was not in session. Because Kevin was so informative, we didn't have to spend a lot of time reading some of the material in the courthouse because it was just a repeat. It was really cold that day, especially at "Zeppelin Field" and the Great Street, but we didn't feel hurried or shorted. After the Combo Tour, we did the "Nuremberg Old Town Walking Tour". This was also a great tour. I highly recommend both but especially the WWII combo (not because of Kevin but because of our interests).
Reviewed by John Bolton, Google Reviews