Walks, Heidelberg

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    Neckar River
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    Neckar River
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    Neckar River
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    Teeter Totter on Philosophers Walk

    by Roadquill Written Dec 24, 2009

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    Who ever was mad enough to put a teeter totter in plain view of unsuspecting adults ostensibly deep in philosophic thought should be kept with the rest of the hatters. This contraption beckoned us until we were powerless to resist. It was no mere up and down teeter totter, but one with a spring on top that caused angles, circles and twists found in no geometry book. It was several hours later (and into the next day) that we realized we had used muscles that had not been tested in years.

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    A walk through the old town

    by King_Golo Updated Jul 31, 2008

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    As usual, you'll find a tip in which I recommend to explore the destination by foot. So, here it is: Walking through Heidelberg's old town will give you a first overview over the sights and also provide you with many interesting views. A good starting point is the shopping centre Kaufhof just behind the new Neckar Bridge. From there, enter the Hauptstraße pedestrian zone and follow it (or its neighbouring streets) towards the Heiliggeistkirche (Church of the Holy Spirit). This walk will take you about 20-30 minutes. You can prolong it by walking up Castle Hill.

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    "Liquor Store"

    by klj&a Written Sep 6, 2005

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    I found it fascinating that this is how they sold liquor. There were all types of liquors-whiskey, scotch, cider, etc. People brought their own bottles went to these big glass vats and filled them up.

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  • Walking around

    by partre Written Jun 23, 2004

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    Walking is always the best way to discover a city. In Heidelberg, the walk from the modern district to the old town can be very pleasant, especially of you are walking on the north bank of the Neckar. It gives a very nice sight of the old town as it gets closer.

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    Self guided tour

    by bonio Written Apr 16, 2003

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    Pick up a map, cost €1, from the tourist info office next to the station. An easy to follow walk through all of the cities interesting areas. Took us a couple of hours or so but, it does pass some interesting restaurants and pubs too, see tips later!

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    The Heidelberg Tourist Office...

    by mlt_t Updated Aug 26, 2002

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    The Heidelberg Tourist Office puts on tours of the old town that take you to all points of interest in about two hours. If this sounds interesting, then between April - October the tours start at 2pm on the Universitätsplatz on Fridays and Saturdays and the rest of the year the tours are only on Saturdays. Just turn up and pay - prices are reasonable, less than 20 DM at last check.

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    Neckar River

    by rcsparty Written May 29, 2006

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    It is a nice walk down either side of the river with a number of cafe's to sit a watch the water flow by. There are also a few spots where you can get a boat ride down the river.

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    walk across the bridge

    by MacDaddie Written Dec 26, 2004

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    From the castle its worth the walk to cross the bridge and see Heilelberg from there. Nice walkway along the river

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