Parkinsel is a peninsula between the harbourfront and the river Rhein. It is arround 5km long island with a lot of woods, green shore to river rhein and a lot possibilites for sports. You can jogging there, play tennis and make other sports stuff. Also a renovated restaurant with bier garden in Summer is on this island. It's one of Ludwigshafen famous living areas.
Heidelberg Castle was built in several stages from the 14th through to the 17th century. As a result, the castle is an eclectic mix of architectural styles. While many cities try to recreate their old grandeur, or have abandoned it in favor of modern buildings of glass and steel, Heidelberg is still authentically medieval.
Ludwigshafen am Rhein - my hometown
"Faces of the city..."
at the last weekend of July
we have the "street-theatre-festival"
with great artists, musicians, lots of nice happenings...
"My favourite part of the city..."
... is this part called "Hemshof".
It's little bit "oriental"
because many people
from different countries live here...
Their restaurants and coffee-shops
invite me to stay for a while,
to have a break, to enjoy a good meal,
to sit outside and listen to their voices and music...
Nice places to relax can be found
in the "Friedrich-Ebert-Park":
Lots of flowers, cosy places,
ducks, sheep, goats, birds...
Mr_Edd_20's new Ludwigshafen Page
The ever elusive Ludwigshafen! I have lived in Germany for 2 years now, and I have always seen these signs on the autobahn saying "Ludwigshafen." So one day Seth and I decided to check it out. We drove down the autobahn trying to follow the signs to Ludwigshafen, but they abruptly ended so we turned around and followed them again. Some how we ended up there, or so we thought..As we were driving around downtown, the place looked eerily familiar to me. It seems that there really is no place called Ludwigshafen, that it is just maybe, a section of the city Mannheim! oh well, these few pitures I took hopefully are of Ludwigshafen. Enjoy!