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"The city in its setting and entire surroundings may be said to have something ideal." (Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, 1797). Scarcely any other European city has had its praises so often sung as Heidelberg. The mysterious Heidelberg Castle, the picturesque Old Town, and as Goethe himself stated, the perfection of its setting – in the nineteenth century, all of this attracted the German romanticists, who immortalized Heidelberg in poetry, music, and art. Today the charm of Old Heidelberg is combined with a future-oriented and international focus.

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Country code of Germany: +49 Area code of Heidelberg: (0) 6221


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Heidelberg Castle (with the Barrel Cellar and the German Pharmacy Museum)

The Castle was erected on a medieval fortress complex high above Heidelberg. For five centuries, the powerful Prince Electors of the Palatinate region, members of the House of Wittelsbach, resided here. In 1693, during the War of Palatinate Succession, the Castle with its towers was destroyed. The magnificent ruins became the symbol of an entire epoch, the German Romantic period. Today during the annual summer Castle Festivals the Castle is an enchanting stage setting for numerous open-air performances.
Adresse: Heidelberger Schloss, Schlosshof 1
Telefon: +49 6221 53 8431
Åpningstider: 9 am - 5 pm
Billetter: Adults: 9 €, Reduced: 4,50 €

The Old Bridge

Together with its famed Bridge Gate, which was once a part of the city wall, the Old Bridge has always been a symbol of Heidelberg. The statues of Karl-Theodor (who built and gave his name to the current stone bridge) and of Pallas Athena, the goddess of wisdom and culture, stand enthroned here above the Neckar. The Bridge Monkey, re-erected in the 1970’s on the Old Town side of the bridge, is one of the most popular photo motives. On the closest bridge column, below the statue of Karl-Theodor, are chiseled the impressive flood markings of recent centuries.
Transport: Bus 33, 35, Alte Brücke, Bus 34, Alte Brücke Nord

Market Square with the Church of the Holy Spirit

One of the city’s oldest squares, Market Square is framed on the east by the town hall and on the west by the Church of the Holy Spirit. In the center of the square stands the majestic Hercules Fountain, erected between 1706 and 1709 as a reminder of the immense efforts required to rebuild the city after its almost total destruction in the War of Palatinate Succession, 1689-1693. The Church of the Holy Spirit was constructed from 1400 by Ruprecht I as both a collegiate church and a final resting place. The distinctive feature of the church is its loft galleries, where originally the famed Bibliotheca Palatina was housed as a safely enchained library, until its abduction and transport to the Vatican in the Thirty Years’ War. Today the Church of the Holy Spirit is the city’s main Protestant church, and attracts visitors in large numbers to its concerts and church services.
Adresse: Marktplatz
Telefon: +49 6221 21117
Åpningstider: The tower of the Heiliggeistkirche (Church of the Holy Spirit) can be climbed from March – October from 11:00 am – 5:00 pm, on Sundays and public holidays from 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm; in the winter months from 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm.
Transport: Bus 20, 33 Rathaus Bergbahn, Bus 33, 35 Alte Brücke

Heidelberg Funicular Railway and the Königstuhl Mountain

Aim High – Reach the Top with the Heidelberg Funicular Railway For over a hundred years, a ride on the Funicular Railway, has been a special experience in Heidelberg. From the romantic Old Town, the railway takes Heidelberg’s visitors and residents first to the Castle station, then to the Molkenkur station, and finally to the top of the Königstuhl (King’s Chair) Mountain, at a height of some 400 meters or 1,300 feet above the Neckar valley. Along the way there is much to discover. With the attractively priced Castle Ticket, the newly renovated railway transports you quickly and comfortably to the Castle and back again to the Kornmarkt station. The entrance fee for the Castle courtyard, the Barrel Cellar, and the German Pharmacy Museum is included in the price. Those wishing to go higher can take the railway up to the next stop, Molkenkur. Here, where in earlier times guests partook of a coveted whey cure (Molken-Kur) in the hotel, today’s visitor can enjoy coffee and cake on the spacious, sunny terrace looking onto the town. While the lower funicular presents its streamlined form in dynamic silver grey, a change of trains at the Molkenkur station propels you into nostalgia. From here onward, the historic original car designed of venerable wood in 1907, and completely restored in 2005, takes the visitor to the peak of the Königstuhl and the surrounding forests. The spectacular view, from a height of 567 meters or 1,860 feet above sea level, is sublime. From the terrace of the funicular station, the panorama stretches over the entire Rhine-Neckar area to the chain of hills of the Palatinate Wine Route.
Adresse: Talstation Kornmarkt
Telefon: +49 6221 51 32 150
Transport: Bus 20, 33, Rathaus Kornmarkt
Billetter: Castle-Ticket 9 EUR, reduced 4,50 EUR

Kornmarkt with Madonna statue

The Madonna statue on Kornmarkt was erected in the course of recatholisation efforts under Prince Elector Karl Philipp. Created by Peter von den Branden in 1718, the Corn Market Madonna is considered the most beautiful baroque statue in Heidelberg. On the western side of the Kornmarkt stands the stately Palais Prince Carl – from 1788 an inn, till 1915 one of Heidelberg’s leading hotels, today an event venue with a magnificent Mirror Hall - and on the far eastern corner is the pale yellow house of the French Count de Graimberg. Charles de Graimberg became by his own volition and immense efforts the conservator of the castle and the founder of the city’s art collections. Graimberg died in 1864, having lived to see his dream of preserving the castle come true.
Adresse: Kornmarkt, 69917 Heidelberg
Transport: Bus 20, 33, Rathaus Bergbahn

The Old University

In the Alte Aula, the hallowed old lecture hall of the Old University building, famous graduate students have defended their doctoral theses and received their degrees for some 300 years. Today the Alte Aula is the ceremonial hall of Heidelberg University. Mural paintings on the ceiling and front wall of the wood-panelled room represent the history of Germany’s oldest university. On the ground floor of the building, the three exhibition rooms of the University Museum trace in pictures, documents and German texts the history of the University.
Adresse: Grabengasse 1
Telefon: +49 6221 543593
Transport: Bus 30, 31, 32, 33 Universitätsplatz

Philosophenweg (Philosophers’ Walk)

Philosophers’ Walk is considered one of the most beautiful walkways in all Europe. The famed pathway that meanders along the sunny side of the Heiligenberg has inspired countless scholars and poets through the centuries, and today offers visitors an unimpaired view of the castle and town, as well as numerous benches on which to linger and enjoy the matchless panorama. Above Philosophers’ Walk is the Heiligenberg, 439 meters or 1,440 feet above sea level. On its the many footpaths, visitors can explore the still partially preserved celtic ring wall, the Roman Temple of Mercury, from the Mithra cult, the Thingstätte – a gigantic open-air stage from the time of National Socialism – and the ruins of the monasteries of St. Michael and St. Stephan.
Transport: Bus 34, Alte Brücke Nord, Bergstraße, Bus 31, Straßenbahn 5, 23, Brückenstraße

Weisse Flotte Heidelberg (White Fleet)

Whether you are exploring Heidelberg for the first time, rediscovering your hometown or seeking a mini-vacation, a White Fleet cruise is a relaxing way to see one of Germany´s most beautiful townscapes. There are numerous cruises to choose from. During our tour of 40 minutes up to three hours you get great impression of Heidelberg, the castles in the Neckar valley, the Mannheim harbor or the Old Rhine at Worms. Charter: Are you looking for a special location for an event or a festivity? Client parties, Corporate events, Private group trips, Weddings, and so on.. Great music, food, laughter and constantly changing scenery will make your celebration one to remember. We assist you in planning your special event. Please contact us for more detailled information about buffets and prices.
Adresse: Neckarstaden 25, 69117 Heidelberg
Telefon: +49 6221 20181
Åpningstider: April - October, daily

Solarboat Neckarsonne

The ship (length: 36,90 m) on the Neckar River is powered by solar energy. The passengers experience the most delightful views of the city while the ship gently gildes by. The views are only enjoyable from the waterside. This is an environment that makes the trip the experience. Additional to the fascinating round view the ship offers many pleasant comforts: two bistros, PA system, and toilets. The largest and most modern solar steel ship in the world. Its maximum capacity is 200-250 persons. There are approximately 150 seats in the heated interior and 100 more available on the outside deck. The ship and the pier are both handicap accessible.” Charter Trips: You can also rent the solar shuttle for private charter trips. The commodious interior is ideal for bus and travelling groups. Weddings, meetings and all kind of group-events can be celebrated on board. Gliding on the Neckar River every event becomes a special highlight. We would be glad to support you in questions of catering, decoration, program and route.
Adresse: Alte Brücke (Old Bridge)
Telefon: +49 7263 409284
Åpningstider: April 1 - November 1: Tuesday to Sunday 11:30 am, 1 pm, 3 pm, 4.30 pm
Billetter: Adults € 12 , Children (3-13 years): € 5, Pupils/Students: € 10; Handicapped persons: € 10; Discount 10 % with HeidelbergCARD; Groups from about 15 persons 10% discount

Heidelberger Liebesstein

The "Heidelberger Liebesstein" is an Odenwald sandstone which stands on the north side of the Old Bridge. Couples in love can fix an engraved love lock there to seal their eternal love. The engraved love locks seal the eternal love of couples. According to an old tradition, couples close the lock together and throw the key into the river. The view through the love stone opens up a unique photographic perspective of the romantic landmark of the city - Heidelberg Castle.
Adresse: Nepomukterrasse (north side of the Old Bridge)

Walking Tour of the Old Town

The oldest part of Heidelberg has far more to offer than the Alte Brücke (Old Bridge), the picturesque alleys and the unique view of the world’s best-known ruin. In the Old Town, dreamy squares are linked like beads on a necklace, with people of all ages and from around the world meeting in the many small cafes and pubs. A unique cultural offer beckons with museums and theaters as well. Let your guide take you on a tour of exploration to really get to know Heidelberg.
Telefon: +49 6221 5840223 / +49 6221 5840225
Åpningstider: April – October: German daily 10:30 am, additionally Friday 6:00 pm and Saturday 2:30 pm, English: Thursday – Saturday 10:30 am, November – March: German: Friday 2:30 pm and Saturday 10:30 am
Transport: Bus 33, 35 Neckarmünzplatz
Billetter: 9 EUR, reduced 7 EUR

City and Castle Sightseeing Tour

You will first receive an unobstructed view of the “Stage Heidelberg”. Let your gaze wander up to take in the Romantic Castle, majestically towering above Karlsplatz (Carl’s Square). This is followed by a comfortable City and Castle Sightseeing Tour with a tourist guide along the River Neckar to a photo stop at the Alte Brücke (Old Bridge). Later, you will see Heidelberg Castle close up, with an outdoor tour in which your tourist guide will introduce you to the history of this fascinating building. You will see the inner courtyard and the famous Large Barrel. After the tour, you can visit the Deutsches Apotheken-Museum (German Pharmacy Museum) and then enjoy the ride with the funicular railway back to the Old Town (valley station Kornmarkt (Grain Square)), which is included in the Castle ticket.
Adresse: Karlsplatz (Carl’s Square), information panel (bus stop)
Telefon: +49 6221 5840223 / +49 6221 5840225
Åpningstider: April – October: German: Friday, Saturday and Whitsunday 1:30 pm, German / English (bilingual): Saturday 11:30 am November – March, German: Saturday 1:30 pm, German / English (bilingual): Saturday 11:30 am
Billetter: 28 EUR / reduced: 25 EUR, 26 EUR with HDCARD

Parks and Gardens

Those who are looking for a place to relax in the fresh air in between will find a nice place in one of the public parks. Here is a selection of "green oases": Castle Garden The geometrically structured terraces of the Heidelberg Castle Garden "Hortus Palatinus" were once considered the "eighth wonder of the world". The large grotto contained elaborate water features, its walls were decorated with stones, shells and coral. The large terrace offers an impressive view of the eastern front of the castle and the Rhine plain. Neckar meadow The 5 hectare Neckar Meadow extends along the Neckar River in the centrally located district of Neuenheim. Picturesquely situated on the banks of the river, you have a wonderful view of the old town and the castle from some places. The Neckarwiese offers an ideal space for recreation, games, sports and fun. Philosophers' Walk / Philosophers' Garden The Philosophers' Walk winds its way up the southern slope to Heiligenberg. You can start the ascent from the Theodor-Heuss-Bridge. The Philosophers' Garden, located above Albert-Überle-Straße, is a sun-drenched natural balcony with a wealth of exotic plants. On the natural balcony of the Philosophers' Walk you can enjoy nature and the view of the city at the same time. Unprotected, the exotic plants thrive on this climatic island, which is one of the warmest places in Germany, and everything blooms weeks earlier than in the valley. Swan pond / park in front of the public library The swan pond complex is located near the old town between Poststraße and Kurfürstenanlage in the Bergheim district. Walking paths and benches, fitness equipment and a playground invite you to linger in the greenery. Botanical garden Founded in 1593, the Botanical Garden of the University of Heidelberg is one of the oldest botanical gardens: important scientific work by Heidelberg botanists is inseparably linked to it and its research and protective collections are of great importance. There is also a herbarium with unique specimens. The Botanical Garden is a place of teaching, research and protection of plants threatened with extinction, but also a place of contemplation and recreation. The Heidelberg City Forest The Heidelberg city forest has a size of 3,300 hectares. Directly from the city, hikers and those seeking recreation can experience the forest: Many signposted hiking trails lead to attractive vantage points.; Heidelberg mountain cemetery A network of paths of over 20 km runs through the largest Heidelberg cemetery, the Bergfriedhof. Four signposted circular routes invite you to discover this place of important cultural and historical treasures. Numerous information boards and signposts lead to the graves of important personalities, such as Friedrich Ebert, Robert Wilhelm Bunsen or Carl Bosch.


The Königstuhl rises 567.8 meters high next to Heidelberg's old town. Opposite the Heidelberg Castle on the north bank of the Neckar River stands the 440-meter-high Heiligenberg. The two local mountains offer a breathtaking view of the city and the surrounding area from numerous vantage points: - Königstuhl - Molkenkur - Heiligenberg - Heidelberger Schloss/ Schlossaltan - Heidelberger Schloss/ Scheffelterrasse - Riesenstein - Kloster Stift Neuburg - Bismarcksäule - Heiligenbergturm - Fuchsrondell - Meriankanzel - Rhododendronanlage

Hiking and cycling

HIKING TRAILS Quality hiking trail Neckarsteig The Neckarsteig is a hiking trail certified by the German Hiking Association. It is around 127 km long and 3127 metres high and leads from Heidelberg to Bad Wimpfen, combining nature with the cultural and historical attractions of the region. The hiking trail offers very good continuous marking and is equipped with rest areas, hiking furniture and parking spaces for hikers. The individual sections of the trail can also be easily reached by S-Bahn or passenger boats. This makes the Neckarsteig ideal for multi-day hikes, individual day tours or walks. Wine and Culture Experience Trail Heidelberg-Rohrbach In the Heidelberg district of Rohrbach, interesting facts about wine, grape varieties, geology, climate, history and life culture as well as flora and fauna of the region are presented in the vineyards. The core of the Wine and Culture Experience Trail is a circular trail of about 20 km, which can be walked on from different directions. All entry points have good connections to the local public transport system. Heiligenberg circular hiking Trail From the parking lot for hikers on the Heiligenberg, numerous hiking and circular trails invite you to take a walk through the city forest. The remains from Celtic, Roman and medieval times are partly preserved, restored and made accessible by a varied and comfortable circular hiking trail, the Celtic Trail. Via naturae and forest adventure trail on the Königstuhl The Königstuhl is a 567.8 meter high mountain and only a stone's throw away from Heidelberg's old town (7 km). Here you will find an oasis of peace and relaxation and have a fantastic view of Heidelberg and the Neckar valley. With the Via naturae and the forest adventure trail, you will find two special forest paths, for learning for young and old. The Burgensteig Along the mountain road ("Bergstraße") the Burgensteig and the somewhat shorter and easier blossom path ("Blütenweg") from Darmstadt to Heidelberg lead over 120 km. On narrow and unspoilt paths, it leads past streams, meadows and vineyards and over 30 castles, palaces and places of worship can be discovered. CYCLE PATHS Numerous cycle paths lead through Heidelberg. The city is therefore an ideal starting point for exploring by bike or to make a stop on a trip. The Heidelberg bicycle city map shows the best bicycle connections and provides a lot of useful information about cycling in Heidelberg. Neckartal-Radweg, Radweg Bergstraße (klassisch oder naturnah), Burgenstraßen-Radweg, Kurpfalzroute, Odenwald-Madonnen-Weg, Heidelberg-Schwarzwald-Bodensee-Radweg, Kurpfalzachse, Badischer Weinradweg, The mountains in and around Heidelberg are ideal for mountain bike tours. The mountain bike route network covers around 300 km in the Odenwald, 90 km of which are in the Heidelberg area.

Segway-Tour "Highly Philosophical"

The Segway Tour opens up an entirely new perspective. Glide along the River Neckar to the historical and trendy quarter Neuenheim with a tour guide. From there, you will continue towards the zoo and through the Neuenheimer Feld, with its impressive university and hospital buildings, and up to the Philosophenweg (Philosophers’ Walk). This Heidelberg sight is not easily seen at first glance. The former vintners’ path was once taken by scholars who desired the inspiration of the “Heidelberg Triad”: The harmony of the Baroque city, the Castle and the River Neckar. It’s an extraordinary view!
Adresse: Neckarmünzplatz, Obere Neckarstrasse 31 – 33, 69117 Heidelberg
Telefon: +49 6221 5840223/ +49 6221 5840225
Åpningstider: February and November: German / English: daily, 1:00 pm (depending on weather conditions), March – October: German / English: daily, 9:30 am, 1:00 pm and 4:00 pm
Transport: Bus 33, 35, Neckarmünzplatz
Billetter: € 59, € 54 with HDCARD including helmet fee and Segway license

Pedal Boats

Discover the Neckar for yourself! At the boathouse on the Neckar meadow next to the Theodor Heuss Bridge, pedal boats and motorboats can be hired from April to the end of October.
Adresse: Uferstraße
Telefon: +49 6221 411925
Åpningstider: April to October: Tuesday to Saturday: 2 p.m. until one hour before sunset, Sundays and public holidays: 1 p.m. until one hour before sunset, closed on Mondays!

Studentenkarzer (Student Prison)

From 1778 to 1914, the university’s young students were briefly imprisoned here for minor offenses, such as willfully disturbing the peace of the citizenry. Many of the inmates passed the time away by immortalizing themselves on the walls of the prison with drawings, silhouettes, and expressive phrases. Their spirited artwork can be admired today on a visit to the prison. A combination ticket is available for entrance to the Alte Aula and the prison (Karzer).
Adresse: Augustinergasse 2
Telefon: +49 6221 543554
Åpningstider: Monday - Saturday 10 am - 1.45 pm / 2.15 pm - 6 pm, open on holidays, closed on Sundays.
Transport: Bus 30, 31, 32, 33 Universitätsplatz
Billetter: Combi-Ticket for Studentenkarzer, University Museum and Alte Aula: 4,- EUR, ermäßigt 3,50 EUR

University library

The red sandstone facade of the library, adorned with sculpted figures and portraits, proclaims the significance of the building that presides over some 3 million books. Within, the staircase landings display carved busts of famous scholars, and the library’s regularly changing exhibitions invite a closer look. A special attraction is the "Codex Manesse", the world-famous medieval collection of secular Lieder which once was part of Heidelberg’s Bibliotheca Palatina.
Adresse: Plöck 107-109
Telefon: +49 6221 54 23 80
Åpningstider: Exhibition rooms: Monday - Sunday: 10 am - 6 pm
Transport: Bus 30, 31, 32, 33 Universitätsplatz, Bus 20, 31, 32, 33 Peterskirche

Museum of the Palatinate

The magnificent baroque Palais Morass, built in 1712, houses the art and art history collections of the Museum of the Palatinate. The Museum’s comprehensive holdings in the fields of paintings, graphics, sculpture, artisan craftworks, archaeology, and the history of the city, present a unique picture of the Palatinate of by-gone days and eras. The Roman collection is a special favorite with children.
Adresse: Hauptstraße 97, 69117 Heidelberg
Telefon: +49 6221 5834020
Åpningstider: Tuesday - Sunday: 10 am - 6 pm
Billetter: Eintritt Daueraustellung: wochentags 3,- €, sonn- und feiertags 1,80 € Ermäßigt: wochentags 1,80 €, sonn- und feiertags 1,20 € Eintritt Sonderausstellungen: 6,- €, ermäßigt 4,50 €

President Friedrich Ebert Foundation Memorial

Friedrich Ebert, the first President of the Weimarer Republic, was born in this small apartment in 1871. In the exhibition rooms of the memorial museum and in his house of birth, the life and work of Friedrich Ebert and a vital piece of German history are brought to life.
Adresse: Pfaffengasse 18, 69117 Heidelberg
Telefon: +49 6221 91070
Åpningstider: April - October: Tuesday to Friday: 9 am - 6 pm, Saturday, Sunday and Public holiday: 10 am - 6 pm, November - March: Tuesday to Friday: 9 am - 5 pm, Saturday, Sunday and Public holiday: 10 am - 5 pm
Transport: Bus 33, 35 Alte Brücke
Billetter: The entrance is free.

Prinzhorn Collection

The Prinzhorn Collection is the custodian of a worldwide exceptional body of work done by patients in psychiatric hospitals at the dawn of the 20th century, collated by the art historian and physician of the Heidelberg Psychiatric University hospital, Hans Prinzhorn from 1919 to 1921. The Prinzhorn Collection comprises some 5000 works, the majority in pencil or crayons, together with paintings in oils and watercolours, fabric art, and wood sculptures. 435 patients/artists, including some 80 women, are represented in the collection. They were mostly committed to institutions in Germany, Switzerland and Austria, and by and large diagnosed as "schizophrenic".
Adresse: Voßstraße 2, 69115 Heidelberg
Telefon: +49 6221 564492
E-post: prinzhorn(at)
Åpningstider: Tuesday, Thursday - Sunday: 11 am to 5 pm, Wednesday: 11 am to 8 pm (until 5 pm on holidays)
Transport: S-Bahn 5, 21, 23, 26, Bus 32, 35 Altes Hallenbad
Billetter: Adults: €8, reduced €5, with HeidelbergCARD 20 % concession on entrance fee.

The Heidelberg Zoo

A perfect outing for the whole family is Heidelberg’s wonderful zoo. Located in the Neuenheimer Feld area just over the Neckar, with a beautiful collection of trees, a large children’s playground, and a children’s zoo for one-to-one encounters, the Heidelberg Zoo is considered one of the most innovative zoos in Germany today. Founded in 1934 by the Nobel prize winner Carl Bosch and the ornithologist Otto Fehringer, the zoo is divided into five separate theme areas. Central to all is the relationship between man and animal.
Adresse: Tiergartenstraße 3
Telefon: +49 6221 64550
Åpningstider: April - September: 9 am - 7 pm; March & October: 9 am - 6 pm; November - February: 9 am - 5 pm
Transport: Bus 31 Zoo/Med. Klinik
Billetter: 7 - 13 EUR

Märchenparadies (theme park)

Rediscover numerous fairytales, such as Snow White, Dwarf Nose, Rumpelstiltskin or the Liar Baron - just the lovable, mysterious fairy tale characters that are known from the books. Whether it's a fast-paced kite ride, a witch ride or fun on the new climbing wall - children can let off steam to their heart's content on a total of 29,000 m² of parking space. You reach the fairytale paradise with the funicular railway. For those arriving by car, free parking is available.
Adresse: Königstuhl 5a, 69117 Heidelberg


Heidelberg offers several swimming pools, both 2 scenic outdoor pools with large sunbathing areas for the summer months and 3 indoor pools, which are usually open from autumn to spring. The most centrally located indoor pool is in the shopping centre Darmstädter Hof, near Bismarckplatz.
Adresse: Fahrtgasse 12, 69117 Heidelberg

UNESCO City of Literature

Literature is omnipresent in Heidelberg. Walking through the city, you will find bookshops, second-hand bookshops, publishing houses and libraries on every corner. Hardly a day goes by without a literary event, no summer without the Heidelberg Literature Festival, no year without literary prize winners. A look at the lively author, translator and theatre scene shows the high literary productivity in the Neckar city. Since the beginning of December 2014, Heidelberg has been an official member of the "UNESCO Creative Cities Network" as a "UNESCO City of Literature". The city is thus the first UNESCO City of Literature in Germany.

Heidelberg Christmas Market

Every year in November, Heidelberg’s Christmas Market is festively opened on Market Square by the symbolic Christchild. From then on until just before Christmas, the town is aglow in the wintry enchantment of Christmastime. More than 140 booths distributed over Heidelberg’s large and small squares offer an endless variety of everything that makes the season special. The enticing aromas of regional specialities waft through the air by day and night, and a cup of hot mulled wine never fails to warms hands and hearts. For children, the carousels, sights and sounds are magical.
Adresse: Old Town Heidelberg
Åpningstider: November 21 – December 22, 2022

Heidelberg Ice-Skating Rink

On Karlsplatz (Karl’s Square) at the foot of the Castle, one of the most beautiful open-air ice skating rinks in Germany welcomes skaters whether accomplished or beginners. To the soft sounds of Christmas music, residents and guests of all ages glide over the ice below the romantic, majestic background of the Castle ruins.
Adresse: Karlsplatz, Heidelberg
Åpningstider: November 18, 2021 – January 9, 2022, daily from 10 am to 10 pm
Transport: Bus 20, Karlsplatz

Heidelberger Schlossbeleuchtungen (Castle Illuminations)

Every year, the majestic castle ruins are again spotlighted during the traditional and unforgettable Castle Illuminations with fireworks. When night falls, the skies light up! The Neckar River and Philosophers’ Way are the best locations for watching the marvel, which starts around 10 pm. The stage is set before each Castle Illumination with a festive concert at 6:15 p.m. in the Church of the Holy Spirit. Among the pieces performed is Händel’s Fireworks Music.
Åpningstider: On the first Saturday in June / second Saturday in July / first Saturday in September, 22:15

Heidelberger Herbst

The Craft Market, Flea Market, culture and stalls with regional specialties - Heidelberg's greatest city festival "Heidelberger Herbst" on the last Saturday in September always sets great store on the cooperation of many associations, gastronomes, citizens and cultural organizers. The winding alleyways along the Neckar with their flea market stands and the varied music program from lunchtime to evening are particularly popular. The ceremonial opening takes place in the Market Square, with invited prominent local guests and traditional characters such as the dwarf Perkeo and the Wine Queen. This is also the location of "the" central music stage. Musical entertainment of every possible sort can be found in almost all public areas. The large stages begin as early as 11 am with live music. By the evening at the latest, the Old Town has then been transformed into a unique, huge open-air concert, offering something to suit every possible taste. On the University Square there will be a medieval market with varied performances for the whole family on Saturday and Sunday.
Åpningstider: September 24 (11 am - 11 pm) - September 25, 2022 (11 am - 7 pm)

Heidelberg Wine Village

Winegrowers from Heidelberg and other regions such as the Palatinate, Baden, Hohenlohe (and many more) will be serving their fine wines at the wine villages on Karlsplatz and at the castle. The event will be accompanied by varied regional cuisine. As things stand at present, 300 to 400 visitors can be admitted to both locations, Karlsplatz and the castle. The security regulations will be adapted to the Corona regulations in force at that time.
Adresse: Karlsplatz und Schloss Heidelberg
Åpningstider: 30.09.-09.10.2022

Enjoy Jazz

International Festival for Jazz and more Each year, for seven glorious weeks, the renowned jazz festival "Enjoy Jazz" provides an autumn filled with musical highlights. Countless international greats in the world of jazz have taken part in the festival in recent years. The motto of Enjoy Jazz is its programme: to enjoy the pleasure of jazz!
Åpningstider: October 01 – November 12, 2022

Brauhaus Vetter Alt Heidelberg

Number of dining seats: 150 Specialties: home-brewed beer
Adresse: Steingasse 9, 69117 Heidelberg
Telefon: +49 6221/165850

Zum Roten Ochsen

The Red Ox, one of Heidelberg’s oldest and best known student pubs, has remained in the same family hands for six generations. The historic ambiance with the "man at the piano" invites guests to enjoy home cooking of high quality in a setting that personifies "Gemütlichkeit". Number of dining seats: 120 Specialties: home-style regional cooking
Adresse: Hauptstr. 217, 69117 Heidelberg
Telefon: +49 6221 20 977


Number of dining seats: 80 Specialties: combination of regional and international cuisine
Adresse: Grabengasse 7, 69117 Heidelberg
Telefon: +49 6221/650060

Kurpfälzisches Museum

Number of dining seats: 150 Specialties: regional cooking
Adresse: Hauptstrasse 97, 69117 Heidelberg
Telefon: +49 6221/24050


Number of dining seats: 500 inside, 250 terrace Specialties: regional cooking
Adresse: Klingenteichstraße 31, 69117 Heidelberg
Telefon: +49 6221/654080

Zum Seppl

The student pub "Zum Seppl" is a time-honored locale in which townspeople, business people, tourists and students, all meet to spend an evening enjoying regional specialities and a glass of beer. The walls and ceilings are hung with old signs and placards conducive to an atmosphere of off-beat humor.
Adresse: Hauptstr. 213, 69117 Heidelberg
Telefon: +49 6221 50 29 80

Hotel-Restaurant Hackteufel

Number of dining seats: 50 Specialties: regional cuisine, wine bar
Adresse: Steingasse 7
Telefon: + 49 6221 905380
Åpningstider: Daily kitchen from 11.30 am - 10.30 pm, January to March: weekdays from 5 pm, Friday to Sunday: open from 11.30 am

Scharffs Schlossweinstube

Number of dining seats: 70 Specialties: fine cuisine
Adresse: Schlosshof 1, 69117 Heidelberg
Telefon: +49 6221/8727010

Kulturbrauerei Heidelberg

Number of dining seats: 300 Specialties: home-brewed beer, stuffed pig's stomach (from the Palatinate)
Adresse: Leyergasse 6, 69117 Heidelberg (Altstadt)
Telefon: Tel.: +49 6221/502980

Weisser Bock

In the heart of the Old Town, the Weisser Bock’s team of experts present regional specialties with an international flair. In summer the excellent meals and equally top service can also be enjoyed outside. Number of dining seats: 140 Specialties: fine regional cuisine
Adresse: Große Mantelgasse 24, 69117 Heidelberg
Telefon: +49 6221 90 000


The historic student pub "Schnookeloch" is known for the congeniality of its evenings, with piano accompaniment, and for its wide variety of regional specialties. An authentic student gathering spot, popular with townspeople and visitors as well. Number of dining seats: 80 Specialties: historical student restaurant
Adresse: Haspelgasse 8, 69117 Heidelberg
Telefon: +49 6221 13 80 80

Kurfürstenstube im Europäischen Hof Hotel Europa

The gourmet restaurant of Heidelberg’s five-star hotel, the Hotel Europa, is known for the premium quality of its gastronomy and service. Located close to the start of Hauptstrasse, its special ambiance befits its star rating.
Adresse: Friedrich-Ebert-Anlage 1, 69117 Heidelberg
Telefon: +49 6221 51 50


Number of dining seats: 145 (Restaurant and hall), 70 seats garden restaurant Specialties: home-made and home-style cooking
Adresse: Plöck 97, 69117 Heidelberg
Telefon: +49 6221/22496

Zum Güldenen Schaf

In the midst of Heidelberg’s Old Town, "Zum Güldenen Schaf" transports its guests into the richness of Heidelberg’s history, with a variety of dining areas to choose from. The menu items change with the season and bring a mediterranean flair to the regional and historical dishes. Number of dining seats: 170 Specialties: domestic and international specialties
Adresse: Hauptstr. 115
Telefon: +49 6221 20 879

Restaurant S´Kastanie

Number of dining seats: 80
Adresse: Elisabethenweg 1, 69117 Heidelberg
Telefon: +49 6221/7280343

Wirtshaus Pfisterer

Number of dining seats: 250 Specialties: suckling pig, home-made salads, home baked bread
Adresse: Baumschulenweg 100, 69123 Heidelberg
Telefon: +49 6221/25442

Hendsemer Löb

Number of dining seats: 120 inside, 83 outside Specialties: German regional home-style cuisine
Adresse: Tiergartenstr.126, 69120 Heidelberg
Telefon: +49 6221/6547776

Ristorante Da Claudia

Italian cooking using freshest ingredients is the pride of the popular restaurant Da Claudia, across the Neckar from Bismarck Square and easily accessible by foot, bus or streetcar. Meals are served in the stylish restaurant or in the restaurant’s idyllic garden. Number of dining seats: 70 inside, 40 outside (terrace/garden) Specialties: italien cooking
Adresse: Mönchhofstr. 3, 69120 Heidelberg
Telefon: +49 6221 90 69 936

Zum Achter

The restaurant of the Heidelberg Rowing Club bakes its own bread, serves beef and pork from BIO-breeding farms exclusively, and offers a magnificent view. Located in prestigious Neuenheim, the restaurant also has a large dining hall and terrace looking onto the Neckar for family celebrations and conferences.
Adresse: Neuenheimer Landstrasse 3a, 69120 Heidelberg
Telefon: +49 6221 41 87 02

Wirtshaus zum Nepomuk

The inn of the Hotel "Zur Alten Brücke" is popular for its diversified menu of German dishes, its atmosphere both rustic and chic, and its close proximity to the Old Bridge. A statue of Saint Nepomuk, the patron saint of bridges, stands on the far side of the Neckar across from the inn. Number of dining seats: 80 Specialties: home-style cooking
Adresse: Obere Neckarstr. 2, 69117 Heidelberg
Telefon: +49 6221 73 91 30

Hugo Wine & Dine

In "Hugo Wine & Dine", an atmosphere of informality is combined with first-rate service and creative cooking that features all-fresh ingredients. The impressive wine cellar offers a wide choice of top quality wines from European vineyards.
Adresse: Rohrbacherstr. 47, 69115 Heidelberg
Telefon: +49 6221 58 60 120

Bergheim 41

Bergheim41 Kaffeekultur offers inspiring specialities in many varieties. Whether black or with milk, hot or cold, our “eye-opener” are aromatic and always of high quality. The coffee comes from our own roasting and the beans from established plantations. The espresso beans are an exclusive mix of various organic-Arabica beans from Peru, Ethiopia and Brazil. The beans for our café crème stem from a Brazilian plantation in Pocos de Caldas, which is located on a volcano crater in approx. 1200 meter – a real Bourbon speciality – aromatic, fresh and with only little acid.
Adresse: Bergheimer Str. 41, 69115 Heidelberg
Telefon: +49 6221 75004150

Cafe Bar Grano

"Small but nice" is a German saying. Café Bar GRANO is a small cozy bar that has been lovingly renovated and furnished. The decor has been designed with quality and serious hospitality in mind. Due to its excellent location on the beautiful Kornmarkt and the unique view of the Heilig-Geist-Kirche along the main street, the Café Bar GRANO is a magnet for both the people of Heidelberg and guests from all over the world.
Adresse: Kornmarkt 9, 69117 Heidelberg
Telefon: +49 6221 6532846
Åpningstider: 10.00 - 0.00

Florian Steiner

The café of the German master coffee roaster Florian Steiner is situated in the Old Town. He is prized for outstanding coffee and cakes.
Adresse: Obere Neckarstra�e 18, 69117 Heidelberg
Telefon: +49 6221 6508233

Cafe Amoroso

Small cafe near the main street, where you can also buy exceptional specialties.
Adresse: Märzgasse 1, 69117 Heidelberg


Perfect for a rich breakfast. There are bagels and toasts, cereals and pancakes, as well as breakfast bowls. There are also four lunch dishes to choose from. Evening catering is deliberately omitted.
Adresse: Lutherstraße 28, 69120 Heidelberg
Telefon: +49 6221 5994833


The restaurant and cafe on the Landfriedgelände - connected to the Tanzhaus Heidelberg by Nuzinger. Offers breakfast, lunch, dinner, drinks and coffee. Good for groups and also for families with children.
Adresse: Bergheimer Str. 147, 69115 Heidelberg
Telefon: +49 6221 28877

Coffee Nerd

At coffee nerd, there are always two coffees in the tap, which change regularly. For each variety, an individual broth formula is developed.
Adresse: Rohrbacher Str. 9, 69115 Heidelberg
Åpningstider: 9.00 - 18.00


The coffee bar receives in a small space and beguiles with attention to details. During the day there are home-baked cakes, sweet treats and coffee from "Blackcap" and in the evening you can enjoy refreshments, local wine, beer and gin variations. The lively district and its gastronomic landscape has not only been further supplemented with the "rorbar", but also creates a delicate bridge from tradition to modernity.
Adresse: Rathausstraße 54, 69126 Heidelberg
Telefon: +49 6221 3542766
Åpningstider: 9.00 - 22.00

Pub Mile "Untere Strasse"

Untere Strasse ("Lower Street", parallel to Hauptstrasse) is reminiscent of a mediterranean old-town alleyway. Unusual boutiques are side by side with novel student pubs, and night life pulsates here throughout the week.
Adresse: Untere Straße, 69117 Heidelberg

Vetter's Alt Heidelberger Brauhaus

Right in the heart of the old town, between "Heiliggeistkirche" and the "Old Bridge" is Vetter's Brauhaus. The local beers and the good bourgeois, German cuisine, owes the restaurant, that guests from near and far stop and feel good. Suitable for vegetarians, gluten-free meals.
Adresse: Steingasse 9, 69117 Heidelberg
Telefon: +49 6221 165850

Roter Ochse

The inn "Zum roten Ochsen" is one of the oldest and most traditional student bars in Heidelberg. In a historic ambience, you can enjoy, accompanied by the "man at the piano", home-style cuisine with Heidelberg beer specialties, or a glass of wine.
Adresse: Hauptstraße 217, 69117 Heidelberg
Telefon: +49 6221 20977


Up to 300 events are held here annually with over 150,000 visitors: exhibitions, concerts, as well as parties, fairs or markets. Until recently, the hall02 was in the middle of an old railway area, surrounded by old railway tracks and embedded in wild tree and bushes. The surrounding suburb "Bahnstadt" was developed as a residential, scientific and research location. Apartments for more than 6,000 people and just under 7,500 jobs are currently being built in the immediate vicinity, as the largest inner-city development measure in Europe. With the opening of the restaurant NEO, the offer of halle02 has been extended.
Adresse: Zollhofgarten 2, 69115 Heidelberg
Telefon: +49 6221 3389990

Max Bar

On Market Square in Heidelberg, "Max Bar" introduces an atmosphere of authentic Parisian charm. Artists, students, workmen and academicians come to Max Bar not only for coffee and the daily papers but also in the evening, when the pace picks up.
Adresse: Marktplatz 5, 69117 Heidelberg
Telefon: +49 6221 24 419


Hospitality and brewing art. In the heart of the historic old town, the Merz family runs its unique ensemble of hotel, brewery, guesthouse and beer garden. From here you can reach the castle, the Old Bridge and the Philosopher's Walk within walking distance.
Adresse: Leyergasse 6, 69117 Heidelberg
Telefon: +49 6221 502980

Zum Seppl

The Wirtshaus zum Seppl belongs to Heidelberg like the castle or the Alte Brücke. Already in the late 17th century students and citizens met here for a mug of beer. German cuisine, suitable for vegetarians.
Adresse: Hauptstr. 213, 69117 Heidelberg
Telefon: +49 6221 1370980


Since 1995, the Karlstorbahnhof has developed into an event address with both a national and international reputation. The main hall mostly hosts concerts, DJ events and cabaret cabaret comedy events. The theater offers space for speech and dance theater, lectures and smaller concerts. The Gumbelraum offers optimal opportunities for lectures, courses and interesting discussion forums. And in the cinema, visitors can expect a program that - apart from the mainstream - offers an important counterpoint to the multiplex Hollywood cinema.
Adresse: Am Karlstor 1, 69117 Heidelberg
Telefon: +49 6221 978911


Bar and grill specialties - Special feature: "supervised drinking" - more than 100 different spirits
Adresse: Untere Str. 13, 69117 Heidelberg
Telefon: +49 6221 25200


Traditional restaurant for locals and visitors.
Adresse: Untere Strasse 19, Heidelberg
Telefon: +49 6221 6725639


The spectrum of guests is as colorful as the pictures on the wall and as varied as the offer of the drinks menu. Locals and guests from eighteen to eighty are welcome here. Since 1986, exhibitions have made the life of the pubs more artistic.
Adresse: Untere Strasse 16, 69117 Heidelberg
Telefon: +49 6221 22 808

Palmbräu Gasse

The Palmbräu Gasse is located in the heart of Heidelberg's Old Town. Immediately on the main street, in the midst of the old half-timbered houses and narrow streets at the foot of the Heidelberg castle. Here you have the opportunity to sit in a cozy and hearty atmosphere with friends or drink freshly drafted beer. The home-style cuisine entices with typical German and regional specialties such as crispy knuckle, juicy steaks, delicious stir-fries and other delicacies.
Adresse: Hauptstraße 185, 69117 Heidelberg
Telefon: +49 6221 28536


Music pub, smoking bar. Suitable for groups, beer garden, reservations possible, every Thursday from 19.30 live music
Adresse: Lauerstraße 7-9, 69117 Heidelberg
Telefon: +49 6221 23082

Hemingway’s Heidelberg

The scenic bar with a maritime-rustical atmosphere attracts guests and Heidelberg regulars alike for a convivial evening with cocktails, or a beer in the beer garden. Close to the Neckar river and to Convention Hall, a short stroll from Bismarck Square.
Adresse: Fahrtgasse 1
Telefon: +49 6221 16 50 33

Cave 54

In the rustic cellar vaults of the oldest student jazz club, a colourful live program is presented every month. Jazz greats such as Louis Armstrong, Ella Fitzgerald, Dizzy Gillespie, Oscar Peterson, and Lionel Hampton have honored "Cave 54" with an appearance. Today just as 50 years ago, Cave 54 is a popular meeting place in the Old Town for first-hand experience of good music enjoyed with a glass of wine.
Adresse: Krämergasse 2, 69117 Heidelberg
Telefon: +49 6221 27 840


The Tangente has been known for 30 years as a young, innovative dance club. The small club in the heart of the Old Town has people dancing in no time with its colorful mix of club- and house-sounds.
Adresse: Kettengasse 23, 69117 Heidelberg
Telefon: +49 6221 16 94 45

Souvenir Shop and Tourist Information at the Neckarmünzplatz

In the Tourist Information at the Neckarmünzplatz, you will receive a warm greeting and friendly assistance from our team of co-workers. In addition, a wide selection of typical and original Heidelberg souvenirs, postcards, travel guides, and much more, is available to enhance your visit to the city.
Adresse: Obere Neckarstraße 31 - 33, 69117 Heidelberg
Telefon: +49 6221 58 44 444
Åpningstider: April - October: Monday - Saturday: 9 am - 6 pm, Sunday and holidays: 10 am - 5 pm; November - March: Monday - Saturday:10 am - 5 pm, Sunday and holidays: closed
Transport: Bus 33, 35, Neckarmünzplatz

Souvenir Shop and Tourist Information at the Main Station

In the Tourist Information center at Heidelberg’s main station, you will receive a warm greeting and friendly assistance from our team of co-workers. In addition, a wide selection of typical and original Heidelberg souvenirs, postcards, travel guides, and much more, is available to enhance your visit to the city.
Adresse: Willy-Brandt-Platz 1, 69115 Heidelberg
Telefon: +49 6221 58 44 444
Åpningstider: April - October: Monday - Saturday: 9 am - 7 pm, Sunday and holidays: 10 am - 6 pm; November - March: Monday - Saturday: 9 am - 6 pm, Sunday and holidays: closed


The main shopping street in Heidelberg. The car-free main street, lined with bistros, cafes and restaurants, is one of the most beautiful and longest pedestrian zones in Europe and Heidelberg's shopping street par excellence. In addition to well-known chain stores, there are also interesting owner-managed shops that invite you to shop between Bismarckplatz square and the market square.
Adresse: Hauptstraße Heidelberg


Old town cosiness at the Old Bridge. On the way from or to the Old Bridge, you can almost automatically pass through Steingasse with its cozy cafes, bistros and small shops. Southern flair is omnipresent in the cobbled lane between the narrow old town houses.
Adresse: Steingasse Heidelberg

Untere Straße

Here you can combine shopping with a small break in a café or in a pub: With its own, very distinctive charm, the Untere Straße, which opens into the Heumarkt, offers individualists an interesting shopping offer. The typical Old Town atmosphere in the heart of the city, where the cultural liveliness pulsates in the midst of an idyllically preserved appearance, is worth a visit to this street, which used to be called "Untere Gass" between Neckar and Hauptstraße. The rather small, mostly owner-managed businesses are mainly visited by a regular clientele, who value personal, needs-based advice and choice that sets them apart from the masses. No wonder that in this area the trendy shops, pubs, bars and cafes frolic.
Adresse: Untere Straße, Heidelberg


Small but beautiful - very close to the Old Bridge, between Heiliggeistkirche and Neckar, the Haspelgasse is located off the bustling Hauptstraße. In this "Altstadtgasse" is a well-known candy at home, the "Heidelberger student kiss". It is sold in the house of the same name (Studentenkusshaus). In addition, there are several restaurants and small shops.
Adresse: Haspelgasse, Heidelberg


Familiar, friendly shopping atmosphere, short distances, very good advice and a lot of service. Only a few meters parallel to the Hauptstraße and the Friedrich-Ebert-Anlage runs the Plöck. Numerous signs remind of former famous inhabitants like Hegel, Kussmaul, Bunsen or Jaspers. On the ground floors of the densely arranged houses you will find small shops, which are practically next door to each other. It is family-oriented here and one is often advised by the owner or by friendly, competent employees. The offer is varied and interesting - and who goes here off the main road on a journey of discovery, finds some unusual gift ideas. Under the Friedrich-Ebert-Platz, as the opening of the Plöck to the Friedrich-Ebert-Anlage, an underground car park offers additional parking in a central location. Three times a week (Tuesday, Thursday and Friday) there is a weekly market here.
Adresse: Plöck, Heidelberg

St. Anna-Gasse

Small, fine and noble - that's the best way to describe it. Very close to the Bismarckplatz and at the beginning of the pedestrian zone is the St. Anna-Gasse. It is therefore fast, easy and convenient for anyone who comes by bus or train within walking distance. The eye-catcher is the statue that sits here reading. The small "square", which is located directly on the main street, is also popular among artists and buskers. The right side of the St. Anna-Gasse is determined by the back of the houses lining the Sofienstraße. On the left side there is also a hotel and several small shops.
Adresse: St. Anna-Gasse, Heidelberg


Interesting, versatile offer on a few meters: "Side streets are the shopping oases of every city", stated the business owner Theodora Fotoglidi some time ago. She is right: you can find here mostly owner-managed businesses, in which the utmost importance is placed on advice and individual service. And the offer stands out pleasantly from the widely sown mass-produced goods. Small boutiques and specialty stores dominate the picture in the Neugasse.
Adresse: Neugasse, Heidelberg


The fact that a few steps beyond the main shopping streets of Heidelberg are always worthwhile, is shown by a walk through the Märzgasse. It is located about halfway between the Bismarckplatz and the Universitätsplatz and is a connection from the main road to Friedrich-Ebert-Anlage. The traditional side street invites you to stroll with its cafés, bistros and customer-friendly shops.
Adresse: Märzgasse, Heidelberg


High-quality and unusual clothing: Immediately between Bismarckplatz and Hauptstraße you cross the Sofienstraße. It is therefore easily accessible by bus or train. Here are numerous high-quality clothing stores settled with a special offer. Stylish interior design ideas from well-known manufacturers as well as tickets for Heidelberg events are also available in the Sofienstraße with personal and professional advice.
Adresse: Sofienstraße, Heidelberg


Selected products and service on the other side of the Neckar. The Neuenheim district, which is located at the foot of the Heiligenberg, opposite the Old Town, is connected to the center of Heidelberg by a bridge over the River Neckar. Neuenheim's central axis and shopping street is the Brückenstraße. Here you will find magnificent houses, where small but fine shops are located. Impressive is the versatility of the offer around the Brückenstraße: high-quality and fancy fashion, jewelry, perfume, flowers, trends in home decor, toys, books, sporting goods, galleries and much more. Personal contacts and service are very important for the mainly owner-operated shops. The interesting specialty shops are also complemented by a broad gastronomic offer in the surrounding streets and alleyways as well as around the historic Neuenheimer Marktplatz, where the weekly market takes place on Wednesdays and Saturdays.
Adresse: Brückenstraße, Heidelberg

weekly markets

A total of fifteen times a week, the market traders set up their stands in different parts of the city. The goods offered here are mostly regional, especially the seasonal vegetables come from the Heidelberg area - for example, the first Handschuhsheimer salad, rhubarb, lilac or asparagus in spring. The fish, meat and sausage specialities also come largely from direct sales structures. Weekly market on the Neuenheim market place. On the historic market place in the Neuenheim district, suppliers present their products in a southern atmosphere. dates: Wednesday and Saturday until 13 o'clock There is a special flower market at the Anatomy Garden in the main street, on Fridays from 14.40 and Saturdays from 11 An Afternoon market finds place on Friedrich-Ebert-Platz in the old town, Thursdays from 15 to 20


As a sweet symbol of the city and a charming souvenir, the Student Kiss captures again and again the hearts of visitors and long-time residents. It is after all the traditional Heidelberg speciality, and with the true story behind its invention, it also characterizes Heidelberg’s congenial style of life. An authentic, and delicious, taste of the history of Heidelberg.
Adresse: Haspelgasse 16, 69117 Heidelberg
Telefon: +49 6221 22 345

Der Europäische Hof Heidelberg

Tradition meets emotion – come and let yourself be spoiled in the friendly atmosphere of our family-run luxury hotel (4th generation). 100 rooms, 15 suites, 3 executive suites – all individually appointed and designed with timeless elegance. Enjoy modern French cuisine in the unique surrounding of the Kurfürstenstube. Find refreshment, relaxation and regeneration in the Panorama SPA Club, with views to the castle and away to the Odenwald (Oden Forest). The von Kretschmann family welcomes you to Heidelberg!
Adresse: Friedrich-Ebert-Anlage 1, 69117 Heidelberg
Telefon: +49 6221 515514
Billetter: Rooms 60 DR: € 228 – 384, 40 SR: € 189 – 309, 14 Junior Suites: € 480, 3 Executive Suites: € 660

Premier Inn Heidelberg City Bahnstadt

Our modern, newly built Premier Inn Heidelberg City Bahnstadt has direct access to public transport and is in close proximity to the University Hospital, the city centre, and Heidelberg Main Train Station. All tourist attractions and medical facilities are located nearby, too. After a long day, unwind in your spacious room, and have a good night’s rest in the famous Premier Inn Hypnos bed.
Adresse: Czernyring 26-28, 69115 Heidelberg

Hotel Bayrischer Hof Heidelberg

This hotel is personally run and boasts an enviable central location in the heart of Heidelberg. Cross over Bismarckplatz (Bismarck Square) directly in front of the hotel and after 100 m you find yourself in the magic of Heidelberg’s Old Town with its romantic castle and quaint twisty lanes. Apart from the 56 hotel rooms, the Bayrischer Hof has 9 apartments a few minutes’ walk from the hotel which are ideally suited to long-term stays.
Adresse: Rohrbacherstrasse 2, 69115 Heidelberg
Telefon: +49 6221 872880
Billetter: Rooms 49 DR: from € 79, 7 SR: from € 69, 9 Apartments: from € 109

Boutique Suites Heidelberg

EXCEPTIONAL SUITES FOR EXCEPTIONAL PEOPLE. As one of the most exclusive all-suite hotels of the metropolitan area Rhine-Neckar, the Alte Zigarrenmanufaktur (Old Cigar Manufacture) offers extraordinary boutique suites for demanding guests. Experience outstanding service, enjoy your privacy and independence, and experience the highest living comfort in our exquisitely designed suites equipped with state-of-the-art technology.
Adresse: Römerstraße 80, 69115 Heidelberg
Telefon: +49 6221 659369
Billetter: Rooms 17 Suites, from € 220, 1 Penthouse

Arthotel Heidelberg

Boutique Design Hotel – a combination of a heritage-listed building and an architecturally attractive modern building – unique in the heart of Heidelberg’s Old Town. Our hotel has its own parking facilities, and a few minutes’ walk away you will find the sights. Our rooms boast all the modern comforts, our restaurant ROMER an array of culinary delights and our function rooms the perfect atmosphere for your celebration. Heidelberg’s sights are right outside the door.
Adresse: Grabengasse 7, 69117 Heidelberg
Telefon: +49 6221 650060
Billetter: Rooms 23 DR: € 131 – 206, SR: € 116 – 184, 1 Loft room (Suite): € 195 – 390

Bergheim 41

The Bergheim 41 is a contemporary city hotel. Your perfect choice for both business and leisure accommodation. The hotel has 32 comfort rooms, 1 junior suite with sauna, rooftop garden with Castle view and the Bergheim 41 Kaffeekultur (coffee shop). Short distances for shopping or sightseeing are guaranteed as the pedestrian area and the Old Town are only 250 m away from the hotel.
Adresse: Bergheimer Strasse 41, 69115 Heidelberg
Telefon: +49 6221 750040
Billetter: Rooms 31 DR: € 124 – 174, SR: € 109 – 159, 1 Junior Suite: € 280 – 330

BoardingHouse Heidelberg

The BoardingHouse Heidelberg is made up of 5 adjacent buildings in the Rohrbacher Straße. All studios are comfortably appointed with bath / shower, toilet, hair dryer, free WiFi, telephone, fully equipped kitchenette as well as a new flat-screen TV. The reception is in the main building located at Rohrbacher Straße 32. In the reception area, we offer a free business breakfast with coffee / tea, juice, sandwiches, sweet rolls, pastries and fresh fruit. There is a parking area directly on the premises which is available for a fee.
Adresse: Rohrbacher Straße 32, 69115 Heidelberg
Telefon: +49 6221 434050
Billetter: Rooms 60 DR: from € 89, 17 SR: from € 79

City Partner Hotel Holländer Hof

Thanks to our unique location in the heart of the Old Town, our guests can enjoy a divine view of the Alte Brücke (Old Bridge), the Neckar and the Philosophenweg (Philosophers’ Walk). Two different breakfast options, our extensive breakfast buffet and the small business breakfast, as well as a range of air-conditioned rooms round off what we have to offer. You can reach all of Heidelberg’s top attractions within a few minutes on foot.
Adresse: Neckarstaden 66, 69117 Heidelberg
Telefon: +49 6221 60 500
Billetter: Rooms 26 DR: € 137 – 217, 12 SR: € 96,50 – 143,50, 1 Suite: € 216 – 233

Gasthaus Backmulde

We are sure you will feel right at home here - a place where both your soul and your taste-buds will be pampered. We will see to your needs and wishes, making your stay a relaxing and comfortable experience. After a good night’s rest, you will be ready to enjoy everything our premises have to offer. Be our guest and leave your daily routine behind. It will be our pleasure to look after you!
Adresse: Schiffgasse 11, 69117 Heidelberg
Telefon: +49 6221 53660
Billetter: Rooms 4 DR: € 118, 18 Comfort DR: € 130, 3 SR: € 105, 2 Junior Suites: € 165


The privately managed house with family-like atmosphere, located at the core of Heidelberg’s Altstadt (Old Town) between the Heiliggeistkirche (Church of the Holy Spirit) and the Alte Brücke (Old Bridge), invites you to enjoy stylish life. The 12 hotel rooms and the new holiday apartment have been lovingly and individually furnished. They come with LCD TV and free WiFi. The cozy restaurant and the wine tavern welcome you with regional cuisine and a well-stocked wine cellar. Welcome!
Adresse: Steingasse 7, 69117 Heidelberg
Telefon: + 49 6221 905380
Billetter: Rooms 9 DR: € 125 – 155, 2 SR: € 85, Junior Suites: € 185, Apartments: € 230

Hotel Denner

Centrally located and modern! The self-service hotel Denner is located right at the city core. The generously sized rooms are modern and stylishly furnished. They have free WiFi and anti-allergy bed linen. The hotel opened for its guests under a new management after a renovation phase in February 2019. The modern concept makes it the only hotel in Heidelberg that invites guests to complete their self-check-in and self-check-out, as well as all payments, quickly, easily and comfortably via the Hotelbird app. We look forward to your visit!
Adresse: Bergheimer Straße 8, 69115 Heidelberg
Telefon: +49 6221 872880
Billetter: Rooms 11 DR: from € 79, 8 SR: from € 69

Heidelberg Marriott Hotel

Are you looking for the perfect venue for your event or holidays? The Heidelberg Marriott Hotel offers both. Its idyllic location on the banks of the Neckar river and its proximity to public transport make access to the city very easy. We offer 248 rooms and 7 meeting rooms for up to 330 persons. Free WiFi is available throughout the hotel. The steakhouse ‘Grill 16’, with its fantastic sun deck, and the ‘Pinte’ bar are waiting to satisfy your culinary desires.
Adresse: Vangerowstraße 16, 69115 Heidelberg
Telefon: +49 6221 9080
Billetter: Rooms 125 DR: from € 119; 64 Balcony rooms / Neckar view: from € 135; 45 Executive rooms: from € 149; 11 Junior Suites: from € 189; 3 Executive Suites: from € 399

Hotel Am Rathaus

The hotel is situated in the very heart of the Old Town, directly at the market square. The pedestrianised High Street and the Church of the Holy Spirit are just around the corner, with all the historic sights, such as the original student pubs and Heidelberg Castle also just a short walk away. Parking is available in the carpark P12, 200 m away.
Adresse: Heiliggeiststraße 1, 69117 Heidelberg
Telefon: +49 6221 14730
Billetter: Rooms 14 DR: € 125 – 170, 3 SR: € 89 – 130, 1 Three-bed: € 155 – 189, 1 Four-bed: € 170 – 199

Hotel Am Schloss

Relax in the pleasant atmosphere of the Hotel am Schloss. From our rooms, you have a divine view over the Old Town of Heidelberg. On our roof terrace, you can sit directly at the foot of Heidelberg Castle. Our breakfast buffet guarantees a good start into the day. There is a parking garage in the building.
Adresse: Zwingerstraße 20, 69117 Heidelberg
Telefon: +49 6221 14170
Billetter: Rooms 15 DR: € 125 – 170, 4 SR: € 97 – 130, 2 Three-bed: € 155 – 180, 1 Four-bed: € 170 – 210

Hotel Heidelberg

At the gates of the city, Hotel Heidelberg provides a pleasant and unique atmosphere and an ideal location for excursions to the inner city and Heidelbergs surroundings. Easy access of the Old Town by tram, the tram stop is only steps away from the hotel, tickets are available at the front desk. After an eventful day, the rooms are a cozy retreat as are the lounge, the German cuisine dinner restaurant and the terrace. An extensive breakfast buffet as well as half-board is available.
Adresse: Heuauerweg 35-37, 69124 Heidelberg
Telefon: +49 6221 3544415
Billetter: Rooms 29 DR: from € 79, 11 SR: from € 72

Hotel Krokodil

The Hotel “Krokodil“ is situated in the peaceful Weststadt, only a short walk from the historic Old Town. This hotel offers quiet and spacious rooms that really are value-for-money. Enjoy the pleasant atmosphere and friendly service of a smaller, and more personal hotel. A delicious breakfast buffet awaits you in the morning. Our restaurant uses locally sourced produce in the regional dishes on the menu and the drinks on the wine list.
Adresse: Kleinschmidtstraße 12, 69115 Heidelberg
Telefon: +49 6221 7392970
Billetter: Rooms 13 DR: from € 115, 3 SR: from € 90

Kulturbrauerei Heidelberg

The Kulturbrauerei Heidelberg hotel is located at the foot of Heidelberg Castle in the heart of Heidelberg’s Old Town. Our rooms are spread across the old brewery building, the newly erected annex and above the inn “Wirtshaus Zum Seppl”. All rooms have WiFi and are non-smoking.
Adresse: Leyergasse 6, 69117 Heidelberg
Telefon: +49 6221 502980
Billetter: Rooms 34 DR: € 141 – 199

NH Heidelberg

The NH Heidelberg in the city center of Heidelberg is the ideal starting point to discover one of the most romantic and beautiful cities in Germany and the metropolitan region between the rivers Rhine and Neckar. Heidelberg is famous for its pioneering science and research, its history, well-known companies and elite universities. The hotel has 174 rooms in both a new annex and a historic building which once belonged to the Heidelberg brewery.
Adresse: Bergheimer Straße 91, 69115 Heidelberg
Telefon: +49 6221 13270
Billetter: Rooms 164 DR: from € 109, 10 SR: from € 109


Hotel Perkeo is right on Heidelberg’s pedestrian mall. Built in 1891, this traditional hotel is privately operated and has generous rooms and a sumptuous buffet breakfast. Free WiFi is available throughout the hotel. There is 24-hour reception and our staff are glad to assist you wherever they can.
Adresse: Hauptstraße 75, 69117 Heidelberg
Telefon: +49 6221 14130
Billetter: Rooms 20 DR: € 125 – 170, 2 SR: € 97 – 130, 1 Three-bed: € 155 – 180, 1 Four-bed: € 170 – 210

Premier Inn Heidelberg City (Zentrum)

Thanks to the perfect location in the inner city, you can reach any sight in just a few minutes’ walk. Our bright, air-conditioned non-smoking rooms are equipped very well and to international standards. They have cuddly beds, modern bathrooms and free WiFi. Our breakfast selection is included in the price and is particularly enjoyable on the terrace in good weather. You may use the underground parking garage around the clock for a fee.
Adresse: Kurfürstenanlage 23, 69115 Heidelberg
Telefon: +49 6221 6484899
Billetter: Rooms 152 guest rooms: from € 89

Qube Bergheim

The boutique hotel captivates with its sophisticated interior and sustainable features. The privately-run hotel Qube places great importance on quality, service and friendliness. Excellent location in the town center. Expansive restaurant area with lounge and bar. Underground parking garage in the hotel.
Adresse: Bergheimer Straße 74, 69115 Heidelberg
Telefon: +49 6221 187990
Billetter: Rooms 26 DR: € 108 – 208, 11 SR: € 98 – 188, 16 Superior: € 138 – 228, 9 Deluxe: € 158 – 238

Qube Bahnstadt

All rooms at the new Qube Bahnstadt have generous glass sections that let in plenty of natural light. The hotel’s high-level equipment includes the latest presentation technology and fiberglass high-speed internet. Quality and design enjoy high priority in all 84 rooms with their oak wood parquet floors, leather armchairs, walnut desks and natural stone bathtubs. The Qube Bahnstadt places special value on the gastronomy area with restaurant, bar and comfortable lounge. The beautiful roof terrace is a special highlight.
Adresse: Grüne Meile 21, 69115 Heidelberg
Telefon: +49 6221 187990
Billetter: Rooms 84 DR: from € 108

Rafaela Hotel Heidelberg

Central, idyllic, modern – Rafaela Hotel is located in direct proximity to the popular Neckar meadow and the Old Town with its tourist sights, as well as close to the Neuenheimer Feld with its research facilities and hospitals. A small market square right outside of the hotel door beckons with gastronomy offers, outdoor chairs and French, Italian as well as sustainable specialties offers – down a calm side street. Parking places are available 300 m away in a public parking garage.
Adresse: Lutherstraße 17, 69120
Telefon: +49 6221 3219032
Billetter: Rooms 24 DR: € 109 – 183, 24 SR: € 90 – 162, 3 Family rooms: € 113 – 216

Boardinghouse Luise5

Apartments in a protected building monument near the ATOS-Klinik hospital. Calm location. Tastefully furnished, approx. 50 sqm for up to 4 self-caterers. 1 separate bedroom – 1 living /dining area with fully equipped kitchen and 1 extensible sofa bed – 1 daylit bathroom with shower / toilet – washing machine and dryer in the basement – free WiFi – 2 TVs per apartment – parking space at the house for a fee.
Adresse: Luisenstraße 5, 69115 Heidelberg
Telefon: +49 6221 6556114
Billetter: Size 50 sqm, Rooms 2, Sleeping rooms 1, Beds 1 – 4, Price from € 129

Apartments Zweite Heimat Heidelberg

Our apartments are well appointed and close to public transport, making it easy to visit the sights and events. You will find a wide variety of restaurants, cafés and shops close by. Rooms are equipped with: TV, stereo, WiFi, fully equipped kitchen, washing machine, drier, bath tub or shower, WC, towels, bedding, terrace / balcony / winter garden.
Adresse: Werderstr. 43, Moltkestr. 7, Gaisbergstr. 29, Römerstr. 24, Heidelberg
Telefon: +49 6221 6561943
Billetter: Size 45 – 95 sqm, Rooms 1 – 3 with kitchen / bathroom, Sleeping rooms 1 – 2, Beds 1 – 6, Price from € 80

Camping & Motorhome

For camping friends there are two campsites available in the Neckar valley aswell as a motorhome parking space: Camping Heidelberg Relax and enjoy the convenience and the international flair of Camping Heidelberg. The campground is located down riverside in the district named "Schlierbach", about 4 km away from the "Old Bridge". The campground is opened from the beginning of April to the end of October. Schlierbacher Landstr. 151, 69118 Heidelberg Phone +49 6221 80 25 06 --- Camping Haide Camping Haide is situated in the Neckar valley, at the outskirts of Heidelberg near Ziegelhausen. Although on the bank of the river Neckar, the campsite is absolutely floodproof. On a vast area of shady meadow-land there is an abundant number of sanitary facilities fit to answer the hygienic needs of the modern camping tourist. For about 200 alloments we provide 23 hot showers, 44 wash basins, 30 lavatories. The camp sit offers sanitary facilities espcially designed for needs of handicapped people. 40 log huts with 4 beds each, total 160 beds. For groups: 2 lofts one with 25 and one with 45 mattresses. Ziegelhäuser Landstraße 91, 69151 Neckargemünd Phone +49 6223 2111 --- Motorhome parking space Heidelberg There are about 50 plots for motor homes available. The site has electricity connections, taps to fill up the fresh water supply as well as infrastructure for the disposal of waste water and emptying the on-board toilet. Harbigweg 1-3, 69124 Heidelberg

Arriving by plane

City Airport Mannheim (approximately 15 kilometers from Heidelberg) Tram number 5 reaches Heidelberg in approximately 30 minutes. Frankfurt Airport City (approximately 80 kilometers from Heidelberg) The Airport Shuttle Service TLS offers a reasonably priced connection between Frankfurt Airport and Heidelberg. For information and booking: Tel.: +49 6221 58 40224 or under [email protected] The Lufthansa Airport Bus takes passengers directly to Heidelberg from Terminal 1 at Arrival Hall B. An advance reservation is recommended. Deutsche Bahn: trains run from Frankfurt airport to Heidelberg with one change in Mannheim. The main-line station lies across from Terminal 1. other nearby airports: Baden-Airpark Airport Karlsruhe / Baden-Baden (approximately 90 kilometers from Heidelberg) Transfer: Baden-Airpark-Express Shuttlebus takes passengers to Heidelberg’s main railway station. Stuttgart Airport (approximately 120 kilometers from Heidelberg) The S-Bahn runs directly from Stuttgart Airport to Stuttgart’s main railway station, which is connected with Heidelberg by the ICE, IC and EC railway networks. Frankfurt Hahn Airport (approximately 150 kilometers from Heidelberg) The Hahn Express Shuttlebus takes passengers to the main railway station in Heidelberg.

Arriving by train

Heidelberg is well integrated into the German and European railway systems. Examples: Frankfurt to Heidelberg in one hour, Cologne to Heidelberg in two hours, Zurich or Paris to Heidelberg in three and a half hours, Amsterdam to Heidelberg in five hours.

Arriving by car

The motorways A5/A6, with interconnected highways, serve much of the greater Rhine-Neckar metropolitan region. Motorways A5/A6, direct motorway on-ramps and exits from/to Heidelberg via the A5/A656. Heidelberg has an environmental zone, into which only vehicles which meet certain emissions standards are permitted to drive. Cars which are used in the Green Zone must be equipped with a sticker that indicates their emissions group. The center with its diverse shopping opportunities around the Bismarckplatz (Bismarck Square) includes the parking garages P0 to P7, P14, the underground car park P15 in the old hospital and the P16 right at the start of the Neuenheimer Neckarseite. For an old-town stroll or a visit to the Castle, it is best to park in the Old Town car parks P9, P11, P12 or P13. You can check for free parking places on

Public transport

Heidelberg’s short-distance transport network, consisting of the S-Bahn railway and the streetcar and bus system, is optimally developed. From outside the main railway station, you have quick and easy access to the Old Town and the various parts of the city, reaching the Old Town in 5 to 7 minutes.
Adresse: Kurfürstenanlage 62
Telefon: +49 6221 46 54 444


The HeidelbergCARD enables you to experience a great number of attractions simply and economically. The HeidelbergCARD is available for a stay of one, two, or four days, and for families for two days. Free benefits with the Card: Castle ticket: With the HeidelbergCARD you receive also the castle ticket. This ticket blends a ride on the funicular and a visit to the castle into one unique experience. Your trip to the castle begins on a relaxed – and environmentally nurturing – note, at the funicular station just off of Corn Market. The castle ticket covers your trip to and from the castle funicular station, on one of the most modern electrically operated city cable cars in Germany, plus entrance to the castle courtyard, the Great Vat building with the largest wooden wine vat in the world, the famous view from the terrace, and the unique German Apothecary Museum. Free travel with the public transport system: The HeidelbergCARD entitles the bearer for the inscribed period of validity to travel with all busses, streetcars and approved trains (with the Deutsche Bahn: RE, RB, and S-Bahn, second class) of the linked transport system VRN in the greater zone of Heidelberg (Zone 125). All variations of the HeidelbergCARD ensure attractive reductions. Whether for guided or non-guided tours, visits to museums, cultural enrichments, restaurants, or shopping – with the HeidelbergCARD, Heidelberg is even more enjoyable! Available in the Tourist Information Centers.
Telefon: +49 6221 58 44 444


All officially registered cab drivers display within the cab a numbered proof of identity. Taxi HDirekt: Tel. +49 6221 73 90 90 Dombrowski Iwona Taxiunternehmen: Tel. +49 6221 72 08 72 Frey Wolfgang Taxi: +49 6221 77 64 07 Auto-Funk-Taxi-Vermittlungs-Zentrale Heidelberg eG: +49 6221 30 20 30 Frauen-Nachttaxi Heidelberg:,Lde/212878.html

Bike Hire

VRNnextbike Public bike rental system in the Rhine-Neckar metropolitan region. The bikes can be picked up and returned in the participating cities. DB-Fahrradmietsystem Vor dem Hauptbahnhof stellt die Deutsche Bahn Fahrräder des DB-Fahrradmietsystems Call a Bike bereit. radhof BERGHEIM Bergheimer Straße 101 (in backyard) and inside the main station on platform 1b 69115 Heidelberg Heidel-Bike Rohrbacher Straße 13 - 15 69115 Heidelberg Tel.: +49 6221 23170 [email protected] Radolino Lahrer Str. 24 69126 Heidelberg Pedelec-Vermietung (Elektrofahrrad), verschiedene Standorte Joyrides, E-Bike-rental Dezernat 16/Emil-Maier-Straße 16 69115 Heidelberg Swapfiets Untere Straße 2 69117 Heidelberg phone +49 30 700 14 500 [email protected]


Spread over locations throughout the city, Heidelberg has numerous e-scooters from various providers available for rent. To rent a scooter, you have to register via the app of the respective rental company, drivers must be at least 18 years old and only one person is allowed to ride the scooter.


Most pharmacies observe the usual opening hours for shops, 9 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Some may choose to remain open until 8 p.m. Pharmacies are closed on Sunday, but an emergency service on a rotating basis is always available, see below.


Country code of Germany: +49 Area code of Heidelberg: (0) 6221


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Der Europäische Hof Heidelberg

Your home in Heidelberg. People undergoing medical treatment need an environment in which they feel comfortable and in which they receive special care. Who could possibly do this better than a private hotel that has been family-managed for generations? While in Heidelberg, we can offer you a place to stay where you can truly feel at home. Our individually furnished rooms and suites provide you and your family with very pleasant surroundings. The “Kurfürstenstube“ offers culinary delights tailored to your desires and needs. And you can relax in our Panorama Spa Club. Whenever you visit Heidelberg: we look forward to welcoming you!
Adresse: Friedrich-Ebert-Anlage 1, 69115 Heidelberg
Telefon: +49 6221 51 50

Boutique Suites Heidelberg

YOUR WELLBEING IS OUR PRIORITY. As one of the most exclusive Boutique Suite Hotels in the whole region, we offer extra spacious serviced apartments for international guests with high demands. It is our priority to make you feel as comfortable as possible. Settle down and gain strength in one of our exclusively designed suites with state-of-the-art technology. Experience a dedicated and personalized service, enjoy your privacy and independence and discover highest living comfort with premium equipment at the Boutique Suites Heidelberg – Alte Zigarrenmanufaktur.
Adresse: Römerstraße 80, 69115 Heidelberg
Telefon: +49 6221 65 93 69

Rafaela Hotel Heidelberg

In its central, idyllic location with a modern air, Rafaela Hotel is located near the hospitals and research facilities in the Neuenheimer Feld, and very close to the popular Neckarwiese (banks of the Neckar) and the Altstadt (Old Town) with its tourist sights. Gastronomy beckons from a small market square right outside the hotel door, complete with outdoor seating, French, Italian, and sustainable specialties stores even though this is a calm side street. Rafaela Hotel is a new building with elevator, air conditioning, and level-access showers. The University Hospital is seven minutes away by taxi/car, twelve by bus, and can be reached on foot in 25 minutes.
Adresse: Lutherstr. 17, 69120 Heidelberg
Telefon: +49 6221 6743300

Hotel Bergheim 41

The Bergheim 41 is easily accessible by car and public transportation and is in the immediate vicinity of Bismarckplatz, the beginning of the pedestrian shopping area. The hotel has 32 rooms and studios of contemporary design. The university hospitals are just minutes away and can easily be reached by car or public transportation located directly in front of our hotel.
Adresse: Bergheimer Strasse 41, 69115 Heidelberg
Telefon: +49 6221 75 00 40

Heidelberg Marriott Hotel

The Heidelberg Marriott Hotel is located on the banks of the river Neckar within walking distance of the old town and the picturesque Heidelberg shopping mall. Some of our quiet rooms overlook the river facing the well-known University Hospitals. The Restaurant Grill 16, with its fantastic sun deck, offers regional as well as international specialties but is mainly famous for its fabulous steaks. Besides our generous American breakfast buffet, we also offer the most common Arabian breakfast items. Our Chefs are happy to provide advices in dietary cooking and will not hesitate to fulfill any special requests you may have. To make your time in Heidelberg as pleasant as possible we offer you free access to our indoor pool, health club and sauna. If wanted you can also gain access to our unique executive lounge, featuring a free bar with snacks during the day, as well as a rooftop terrace.
Adresse: Vangerowstrasse 16, 69115 Heidelberg
Telefon: +49 6221 90 80

Premier Inn Heidelberg City (Zentrum)

The Premier Inn Heidelberg City (Zentrum) is located right in the heart of the city, the University Hospital is easily accessible by public transport. A stroll along Neckar River or through Heidelberg’s attractions offer relaxation. After a long day, unwind in your spacious room, and have a good night’s rest in the famous Premier Inn Hypnos bed.
Adresse: Kurfürsten-Anlage 23, 69115 Heidelberg
Telefon: +49 6221 6484899

Premier Inn Heidelberg City Bahnstadt

Our modern, newly built Premier Inn Heidelberg City Bahnstadt has direct access to public transport and is in close proximity to the University Hospital, the city centre, and Heidelberg Main Train Station. All tourist attractions and medical facilities are located nearby, too. After a long day, unwind in your spacious room, and have a good night’s rest in the famous Premier Inn Hypnos bed.
Adresse: Czernyring 26-28, 69115 Heidelberg
Telefon: +49 6221 6484896

Apartments – Zweite Heimat Heidelberg

Contemporary living in a protected monument. Our 16 individual and very well equipped apartments are furnished in high quality to make you comfortable. The area offers many restaurants, cafés and stores to cover your daily needs. The good infrastructure connection will comfortably take you to any sights, event venues and hospitals.
Adresse: Werderstraße 43, 69120 Heidelberg
Telefon: +49 6221 65 61 943

Boardinghouse Luise5

The Boardinghouse Luise5 is a rare jewel! Enjoy modern, generous accommodation (apartment size: 50 sqm) in a protected monument near the ATOS-Klinik. The boarding house is located in a perfectly calm neighborhood at the very edge of the Altstadt (Old Town). Important locations, attractive shopping opportunities and evening activities, and many sights can all be reached easily by local public transport.
Adresse: Luisenstrasse 5, 69115 Heidelberg
Telefon: +49 6221 6556114

Heidelberg Hospitality Boarding House

Heidelberg Hospitality Boarding House The “Heidelberg Hospitality Boarding House” is located centrally between the Hauptbahnhof (Main Station), the University Hospital, and the Altstadt (Old Town). The 1-room apartments (approx. 25 m²) are equipped with double beds, 49-inch TV, hotel safe, coffee machine, refrigerator, and a bathroom with level-access shower. Our 2-room suites (approx. 40 m²) have an additional living room with sofa bed, a separate toilet, and cooking hobs.
Adresse: Kurfürsten-Anlage 47-51, 69115 Heidelberg
Telefon: +49 6221 710 318