"Nazi Party Rally Grounds Tour" defines megalomania
My "Nazi Party Rally Grounds Tour" takes place in the southeast corner of Nuremberg, where even to this very day, the remains of structures on the former "Nazi Party Rally Grounds" impress visitors with their immense proportions and stand as vivid testimony to the megalomania of the National Socialist regime. This area of 4.3 square miles was intended to be an impressive backdrop for the "Nazi Party Rallies" and serve to demonstrate their power not only to Germany, but to the entire world.
During my "Nazi Party Rally Grounds Tour" we will visit the "Luitpold Arena "site, the "Congress Hall", the Congress Hall Gallery, "the Great Street", and the "Zeppelin Field". We will explore the functions and intended effect of National Socialist architecture as well as how the Party Rally events were stage-managed.
It is possible to customize this tour as well and I'll be happy to give you a quote for any "Nuremberg tour" variation that you want. For example, you might want to consider my "Nuremberg WW2 Combo Tour".
My "Nazi Party Rally Grounds" Walking Tour lasts 3 hours and is a leisurely, kid friendly, walking tour where YOU set the pace. Please don't forget to wear comfortable walking shoes.
For parties of six or less, pick-up and drop-off with my personal vehicle from locations within central Nuremberg is FREE. If your party is larger than six people, please let me know so I can give you a quote for the additional costs involved.
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Kevin escorted my wife and I on a tour of the "Nazi Party Rally Grounds in Nuremberg". He is a native English speaker who is knowledgeable and came prepared with materials to illustrate the events that took place at each site. I was also pleased with how accommodating Kevin was. He picked us up at our hotel and dropped us off at the train station after our tour in a clean and professional vehicle. I would recommend Kevin to any English speaker looking to gain a better understanding of Nuremberg's importance in the rise of the Third Reich.
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