Worms is one of the oldest and most historic cities of Germany, famous for its cathedral and the Nibelungen saga. Your private guide will show you the most beautiful parts of town and introduce you to its rich and fascinating history. Since Roman times, Worms is a wine-producing city benefiting from the fertile soil of the Rhine valley and the blessings of a mild climate.
During the tour you will see the Siegfriedsbrunnen, the fountain named after the hero of the Nibelung Saga, the Cathedral of Saint Peter and you will stroll through Heylshof Garden. You will discover the Lutherdenkmal, the largest Reformation monument in the world. In the pedestrian zone of Worms you will see the Winzerbrunnen, the fountain of the winemakers. During the Middle Ages the city of Worms, known in medieval Hebrew by the name of Warmaisa, was an important center of Jewish theology and learning. Get to know more about the Jewish life in Worms and visit the former Jewish Quarter with its narrow lanes and picturesque houses.