Astralis Hotel Domizil

3.5 out of 5 stars3.5 Stars

Schwetzinger Str 50, Walldorf, Baden-Wurttemberg, 69190, Germany
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Forum Posts

local transport maps

by jeffrowohlt

I'm coming from Australia and will be in Heidelberg in Jan. How would I be able to get maps of the bus, tram and train routes around Heidelberg before I leave

Re: local transport maps

by christine.j

The local transport network is VRN. Here's their website:
http://www.vrn.de/
Not everything is shown in English, though, only the timetables. "Linienpläne" is what you to click to get to the maps.
This will show you the local routes, in and around Heidelberg.
For cities farther away it's bahn.de

Re: local transport maps

by abalada

tram + bus network map Heidelberg
http://www.vrn.de/imperia/md/content/linienplaene/stadtlinienplaene/heidelberg_schematisch.pdf
Heidelberg topographic map with local public transport
http://www.vrn.de/imperia/md/content/linienplaene/stadtlinienplaene/heidelberg.pdf
VRN area topographic map
http://www.vrn.de/linienplaene/netzlinienplaene/gesamtnetz/

VRN information leaflet international visitors
http://www.vrn.de/imperia/md/content/service/informationsbroschueren/2009_1_visitorsinternational.pdf

RNV - the company operating the trams and buses in Heidelberg for the VRN - has also some information in English
http://www.rnv-online.de

Travel Tips for Heidelberg

Walk up to the castle

by nhcram

Ok so the walk up to the castle in uncomfortable shoes and in blazing heat might not have been a good idea but as Ingrid and I walked up the winding hill we caught sight of some amazing views of the city below. It was worth it in the end.

As you know, Heidelberg is not...

by yhcho18

As you know, Heidelberg is not so big city.
So how about renting a bike to look around all the places wherever you want.
You can get a map of Heidelberg for a bike tour at the Tourist Information in front of the Main Railway Station. And you can find the rental-bike-shops easily in Heidelberg.

More infos about HD

by chicabonita

www.e-heidelberg.com

I came across this English site when looking for the address of Bar d'Aix and thought that this side could give you maybe additional tips and addresses to plan your trip to Heidelberg.

Hike to the castle :-)

by Trekki


When you want to visit the castle, you have several options – you can take the funicular, which leaves south of Kornmarkt (50 m from Kornmarkt, direction castle).

However, it is much more recommendable to walk uphill, and here are 2 paths, which both lead up. The one is called Burgweg (fortress path), and gets off left hand (east side) of the funicular's city base. It winds uphill north of the castle, and you enter it close to the Great Terrace.

But I always would opt to take the Schlossweg (castle path), where you have to climb 303 steps :-) It sounds more than it actually is, because you will definitely make several stops along your way up, or at least should do. The path is lined with beautiful old houses, with little towers, oriels, gleaming in the sun. Most of them are belonging to Burschenschaften (see my other local customs).
The Schlossweg ends at the main entrance of the castle (its southern side).

DEL Hockey

by wittingm

For hockey fans, be sure to visit the new (opened in 2005) SAP Arena just East of Mannheim to see the Adler Mannheim take on opponents from across Germany and Europe. Rowdy crowds, lots of singing, good food and a normally excellent team make for a great night out if you're a sports fan. The arena has it's own train stop on the Mannheim-Heidelberg leg of the local trains, and tickets are cheap. Well worth the side trip, and a great start to an evening out. Ear plugs, if you don't like noisy fans.

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