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Beer Brewing History Self-Drive Tour from Wiesbaden to Regensburg including Wuerzburg and Nuremberg with NurembergCard

Beer Brewing History Self-Drive Tour from Wiesbaden to Regensburg including Wuerzburg and Nuremberg with NurembergCard - Wiesbaden, Germany

Duration: 5 days
Location: Wiesbaden, Germany

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$551.30

Enjoy a 5-day self-drive tour from Wiesbaden to Wuerzburg as well as Nuremberg and finish your tour in Regensburg. Learn about the art and science of beer brewing in all of these cities and also enjoy exploring Nuremberg with the NurembergCard ... More info ›

Enjoy a 5-day self-drive tour from Wiesbaden to Wuerzburg as well as Nuremberg and finish your tour in Regensburg. Learn about the art and science of beer brewing in all of these cities and also enjoy exploring Nuremberg with the NurembergCard. With the 500th anniversary of the German Beer Purity Law, this is a great route to explore the history of beer brewing in Germany and to discover the wonderful world of beer.

Your journey begins in Wiesbaden, known more for its wine than its beer but a good place to learn all about the history of beer brewing. Spend your first night in a 3-star superior hotel including buffet breakfast and also enjoy free entrance to the Casino in Wiesbaden.

The next day will bring you on to Würzburg with its Marienberg Fortress. The city is also home to three breweries, including one within the monastery. If you want to find out how important beer is for the people of Würzburg, take a look into their history and the infamous beer riots. These happened as a result of the citizens of Würzburg revolting against an increase in the price of beer. Spend an overnight stay in a 3-star hotel in Wurzburg  including breakfast buffet and also enjoy a 3-course dinner the hotel restaurant (drinks not included) in Wurzburg.

Your next stop is Nuremberg where you will spend an overnight stay in a 4-star hotel in including a complimentary welcome drink and buffet breakfast. Enjoy also a 3-course dinner for two in the hotel restaurant (drinks not included). Nurembergers like to call their city the home of red beer – but there are differing opinions about this. As you visit this historic city, you can make your mind up for yourself as to the origin of red beer. You will also be able to enjoy the offering of the NurembergCard (included in your package), which also includes ticket for all public transport routes.

On your last day, you will visit Regensburg. There is even more to learn about beer here. If the rumors are to be believed, it was here that the purity laws were first set out on paper. Enjoy an overnight stay in a 3-star hotel in Regensburg including buffet breakfast and a 3-course dinner in the hotel restaurant (including glass of sparkling wine).

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Wiesbaden Private Walking Tour

Wiesbaden Private Walking Tour - Wiesbaden, Germany

Duration: 90 minutes
Location: Wiesbaden, Germany

From USD
$153.14

Meeting point: in front of Kurhaus (Spa House), or Meeting Point at hotel possible if central, without extra charge
Duration: 1.5h
Maximum 25 participants per Guide

You will learn about:

  • The history of the city
  • Wiesbaden’s many historic spots
  • Thermal waters
  • The importance of the oldest spa towns in Europe with 26
  • Fyodor Dostoevsky’s huge debts at the city’s gambling tables in the 1860s, which inspired his masterpiece, The Gambler.
  • Duke Adolf of Nassau
  • European headquarters of the US Army

Meet your guide in front of the Kurhaus (Spa House), built between 1904 and 1907 at the request of Kaiser Wilhelm II for the price of six million Gold marks. One part of this
monumental Neo-Classical building houses the Wiesbaden Casino which is again in operation ... More info ›

Meeting point: in front of Kurhaus (Spa House), or Meeting Point at hotel possible if central, without extra charge
Duration: 1.5h
Maximum 25 participants per Guide

You will learn about:

  • The history of the city
  • Wiesbaden’s many historic spots
  • Thermal waters
  • The importance of the oldest spa towns in Europe with 26
  • Fyodor Dostoevsky’s huge debts at the city’s gambling tables in the 1860s, which inspired his masterpiece, The Gambler.
  • Duke Adolf of Nassau
  • European headquarters of the US Army

Meet your guide in front of the Kurhaus (Spa House), built between 1904 and 1907 at the request of Kaiser Wilhelm II for the price of six million Gold marks. One part of this
monumental Neo-Classical building houses the Wiesbaden Casino which is again in operation. Fyodor Dostoyevsky was inspired here to his novel “The Gambler”. The Russian writer lost his fortune while sojourning in a spa in Wiesbaden in 1865. Dostoyevsky’s statue can be found in the spa gardens nearby.Stroll along the 19th century Kurhaus Colonnade which with a length of 129 meters is the longest hall in Europe supported by pillars. It replaced the vendors’ booths and stalls that once stood there. To the other side of the lawn named „Bowling Green “you will find the Theater Colonnade with the adjacent Hessian State Theatre Wiesbaden built in 1894 and nowadays one of the most successful German language theatres.We take a peek into Wiesbaden’s hippest street; the Wilhelm Street also nicknamed the „rue“by locals. This urban boulevard is one of Germany’s most elegant shopping streets. Admire the beautiful houses in the architectural style of late Historicism.On Kochbrunnen Square in former Hotel Rose is located the Hessische Staatskanzlei, the seat of the government of the state of Hessen. Kochbrunnen – the „boiling well“– is the most famous hot spring in the city. The Romans had already used the thermal springs around the square in the first century A.D. When Wiesbaden developed into a fashionable spa town in the 19th century, a Trinkhalle (pump room) was constructed on Kranzplatz nearby where spa guests could drink thermal water tonics. The square was largely destroyed during the bombings of 1945, but the Kochbrunnen temple and the remains of the arcades tell about the former grandeur. Wiesbaden’s oldest structure from the Roman era is the Heathens’ wall close to the Roman Gate. Dating back to 240-260 A.D. it then was part of a stronghold erected by the Romans to fight off the fierce Germanic tribes. Continue towards The Gold Lane, and immerse into the historic district called ''Schiffchen'' (little ship) as it is formed like a ship’s bow. Many goldsmiths have their studios in this area. On Palace Square, view the City Palace built for the Duke of Nassau in 1840. This relatively small city palace in late classical style is today the home of the Hessian State Parliament. Grouped around Schlossplatz are also the two city halls of Wiesbaden: Old City Hall in Gothic style is the city’s oldest building dating back to 1610. New City Hall in Neo-Renaissance style from 1887 was heavily damaged in WW II and rebuilt in a simpler rendering during the 1950’s. The Palace Square is rounded off by the Neo-Gothic Marktkirche , with 98 meters Wiesbadens tallest structure.  If time permits, we will take a walk on the tree-lined promenade of Warm Dam running adjacent to Wilhelm Street.

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