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Plan your trip from Berlin to Nuremberg

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This UNESCO site was built as a summer palace for the King of Prussia, offering as a retreat from political and social pressures. 
Potsdam was the pre-World War I residence of Prussian Kings and German Kaisers and is home to the largest UNESCO World Heritage Site in Germany today. 
Inspired by developments in Italian and French architecture and English landscape gardening, Prince Leopold III of Anhalt-Dessau began at Worlitz what became the first landscape garden in continental Europe. 
This twelfth-century university town located in the ‘green heart’ of Germany is little-known but has everything and more that a modern-day German city should have. 
Visitors expecting a city that solely caters for Wagner devotees are in for a pleasant surprise in this Bavarian municipality engulfed in cultural richness. 
The town of Bamberg is located in Bavaria, Germany and became a listed UNESCO world heritage site in 1993 
You're booking a one way private car trip from Berlin to Nuremberg with a local driver. Make it unforgettable with our
This trip takes 4 hours and 30 minutes and costs 373 in total for 2 passengers.