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Private Tour: Heidelberg Half-Day Trip from Frankfurt
"Meet your expert guide and air-conditioned vehicle outside your centrally located Frankfurt hotel to begin your private 6-hour sightseeing tour of Heidelberg a picturesque town on the banks of River Neckar in southwest Germany. Often described as Germany’s most beautiful city Heidelberg is renowned for its Baroque Old Town pretty Renaissance buildings and haunting castle ruins. Follow in the footsteps of the romantic poets most notably Johann Wolfgang van Goethe and the likes of painter William Turner and fall in love with this beautiful
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Heidelberg and Baden-Baden Tour from Frankfurt
"Leave central Frankfurt and travel south to Heidelberg in the northern Baden-Württemberg region – roughly an hour away. Straddling the River Neckar the romantic city is framed by dense woodlands that seemingly try to hide its star attraction – Heidelberg Castle. Referred to as the 'schloss’ by locals the castle is the epitome of a fairytale fortress with palatial Gothic-Renaissance architecture lavish grounds and heart-stopping views. Head inside and explore the ruins with your guide walking through its large courtyard and along the terrace. Drink in the sweeping views and then admire some of the castle’s artifacts like the wine barrel that is said to be the largest in the world.After your castle tour
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Heidelberg and Nuremberg Tour from Frankfurt
"Leave central Frankfurt and travel south to Heidelberg in the northern Baden-Württemberg region – roughly an hour away. Straddling the River Neckar the romantic city is framed by dense woodlands that seemingly try to hide its star attraction – Heidelberg Castle. Referred to as ‘the Schloss’ by locals the castle is the epitome of a fairytale fortress with palatial Gothic-Renaissance architecture lavish grounds and heart-stopping views. Head inside and explore the ruins with your guide walking through its large courtyard and along the terrace. Drink in the sweeping views and then admire some of the castle’s artifacts like the wine barrel that is said to be the largest in the world.After your castle tour
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There is a little airport with...

There is a little airport with flights to Berlin and Hamburg for example. But there is also a big railway station where you can go on the direct way to all the big german towns.And there are lots of...
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There are many ways to get...

There are many ways to get there. The train, bus, or drive. All roads are excellent and very easy to find all exits.For travelers one of the easiest cities to get around in. Streets are marked very...
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Mannheim Airport (MHG)

Mannheim has a regional airport in the eastern part of the city area. Cirrus Airline is the homecarrier who connects a few times with Berlin and Hamburg.
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Tram

Going by tram - around Mannheim, to Ludwigshafen, to Weinheim and to Bad-Duerkheim and even almost to Heidelberg
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Take a train

Mannheim has a busy station, most ICE trains seem to stop, it's around 35 minutes from Frankfurt am Main. Local trains serve the area with a good service too
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Friedrichsring 6, (formerly Dorint Sofitel), Mannheim, Baden-Württemberg, 68161, Germany
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Keplerstrasse 24, Mannheim, Baden-Württemberg, 68165, Germany
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Augustaanlage 43 45, Mannheim, Baden-Wurttemberg, 68165, Germany
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F7 5-13, Mannheim, Baden-Wurttemberg, 68159, Germany
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Buergemeister Neff Strasse 12 , Mannheim, Baden-Wurttemberg, 68519, Germany
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Augustaanlage 4-8, Mannheim, Baden-Wurttemberg, 68165, Germany
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Top Things to Do in Mannheim

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Water Tower

The wonderfully designed park behind the water tower is a great place to meet, hang out, watch people and cool your feet in the fountain. Bruno Schmitz designed the park with its two opposing archways...
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Luisenpark

Tucked away in downtown Mannheim, Luisenpark is a sanctuary for nature lovers, an escape from the hustle and bustle of the city center. Acres of lush greenery and beautifully groomed gardens, relaxing...
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Baroque Palace - Schloss

The University of Mannheim has a reputation of being particularly strong in Business Administration, Economics and Social Sciences. It has about 10.000 students, over 15 percent of whom come from...
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Jesuit Church

This Jesuit Church is said to be the largest church in Mannheim and the most important baroque church in southwest Germany. It was built between 1733 and 1760. When I was there, renovation work was...
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Mannheimer Darleihkasse House - Architecture

In early 19th century the bike was invented in Mannheim by Karl Drais. People were laughing about him, ridiculing his idea. (They should have a look at the square in front of the university library...
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Paradeplatz

This is the traditional center and meeting point of Mannheim. Most of the major tram lines cross here, and the big department stores are nearby. There are some pleasant outdoor cafés around the...
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"Mannheim - a nice place to live in"
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"tessy's new Mannheim Page"
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Nemorino

"Opera in Mannheim"
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Trekki

"Mannheim - so much more than industrial city :-))"
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"Home Base: Manneheim"
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