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Heidelberg: Private 3-Hour Tour with Castle Visit

1. Heidelberg: Private 3-Hour Tour with Castle Visit

Discover Heidelberg and immerse yourself in the fascinating history of the old town. In just a few hours you can explore all the historical sights. Learn interesting information and get great insider tips that won’t be found in any guide book – specifically tailored to your wishes. Stroll along one of the longest pedestrian zones in Germany directly through the picturesque old town and admire the magnificent Baroque buildings. See the beautiful Old Bridge and the impressive Church of the Holy Spirit, which once housed a collection of valuable documents. Walk through the former Hortus Palatinus (Garden Palatinate) to Heidelberg Castle ruins. After a detour to Scheffel Terrace with breathtaking views of the city and the Rhine River, you will head to the castle complex itself. Here you can see the largest ever wine barrel and enjoy wine tasting in the castle cellar or visit the Pharmacy Museum in the courtyard.

Stuttgart: Exclusive City Walk

2. Stuttgart: Exclusive City Walk

Your personal guide will take you on an entertaining and informative circular tour through the heart of Stuttgart. Get to know the city's main attractions and their histories on this guided walk. Your tour begins in the Upper Palace Gardens (Oberer Schlossgarten), before taking you past the theater and the internationally renowned Stuttgart Opera. You will continue at a leisurely pace past the Eckensee Lake, and the seat of the Landtag, the regional parliament. You will then advance towards both the New and Old Palaces, with a look at the inner courtyard. When you arrive on Palace Square, you've reached the true heart of the city. On Schiller Square you'll hear all about the history of the city, which was originally founded back in the 10th century as a stud farm. In the Market Hall you can embark on a culinary trip round the world, while only a stone's throw away there's the Marketplace with the Town Hall.

Heidelberg: City of Romance 2-Hour Walking Tour

3. Heidelberg: City of Romance 2-Hour Walking Tour

Discover Heidelberg, the city of romance, and immerse yourself in the fascinating history of the Old Town. In just 2 hours you’ll see all the historical landmarks in the city. Get information and insider tips that you won’t find in any guide book – especially tailored to your interests. Stroll along one of the longest pedestrian zones in Germany straight through the picturesque Old Town, and admire the stunning Baroque architecture that remained largely unaffected by the two world wars. See the beautiful Alte Brücke, which is 230 years old and named after its founder, Prince Karl Theodor. This bridge used to be the only connection point between Frankfurt and Basel. Together with the castle and the River Neckar, it is one of the main landmarks of the city. You can also admire the Church of the Holy Spirit in Gothic and Baroque style, which once housed a collection of valuable documents and was originally built as a tomb of the Palatinate electors.

Groups Only: Heidelberg Castle Tour with the Nightwatchman

4. Groups Only: Heidelberg Castle Tour with the Nightwatchman

In past centuries, the walls of Heidelberg Castle learned many dark secrets of their inhabitants and heard of murder, intrigue, and unholy connections. The chattering night watch of the Dukes Palace invites you on a tour around the castle and gardens and tells you everything about these gruesome legends and events. Of course, the night watchman have noticed some piquant details about state affairs and they like to dish the dirt about the dukes and their family business. Look forward to a tour with eerie legends, anecdotes, and spicy details around the long-forgotten inhabitants of the most romantic ruin in the world. Of course, the night watchman will also report bloody battles and the destruction of the castle, and if you always wanted to know what pipe smoking and bombing has to do with the finding of French uniform buttons in the vaults, then you should acompany the night watchman on their way around the dark walls and through the dark trenches.

Stuttgart: Guided Wine Walk & Wine Tasting

5. Stuttgart: Guided Wine Walk & Wine Tasting

Experience Stuttgart’s magnificent topography and excellent wine landscape. Explore wonderful vineyards during a guided walking tour. Tour the most notable wine spots with your knowledgable expert guide. Learn about viticulture and Stuttgart’s history of wine enjoyment. Along the way, stop two times to taste exquisite Stuttgart wines.

Stuttgart: Private Premium Pub Crawl Tour

6. Stuttgart: Private Premium Pub Crawl Tour

Enjoy an exciting evening and discover the hippest clubs in Stuttgart without the planning or stress. Whether it's for a birthday party, a bachelor or bachelorette party or a work outing, this private premium tour of Stuttgart’s nightspots will be one to remember. You’ll be met by your private guide at or near the Rotebühlplatz (Das Gerber) U-Bahn station before starting your night. On this 4-hour activity, you’ll have exclusive entry to venues and enjoy a welcome shot at every bar, and even a shot or two on the go. Listen to great music, have lots of fun in good company and receive special extras as tiaras or key chains for example for your bachelor or bachelorette party.

From Zurich: Private 4 Countries in 1 Full-Day Tour

7. From Zurich: Private 4 Countries in 1 Full-Day Tour

Uncover the best of 4 countries in 1 day on this tour. After getting picked up from your hotel in Zurich, sit back and relax in the comfort of a private vehicle as you drive along Lake Zurich, Obersee and Walensee, admiring green hills and valleys along the way. Then, cross the border into Vaduz in Liechtenstein. Here, marvel at the emblem of the city, the imposing Vaduz Castle, then visit the famous post-office with its high-in-demand stamps. Next, continue to Bregenz in Western Austria, located on the shores of Lake Constance. Here, see sights such as Martins Tower, Lake Promenade and the famous Kunsthaus Kub. Afterward, proceed to the main sightseeing location in Southern Germany, Lindau, where you can admire majestic townhouses and breathtaking views. Later, continue to the German city of Meersburg, where you will drive over the bridge to reach the Swiss town of Stein am Rhein. Enjoy some free time to wander through the narrow streets of the city's fairytale-like Old Town and marvel at its preserved, half-timbered medieval houses with their extravagantly painted facades. After a full day's sightseeing, get dropped off back at your hotel in Zurich.

Stuttgart: Private Tour with a Local

8. Stuttgart: Private Tour with a Local

Explore Stuttgart with a friendly local who is passionate about the city and eager to share all the tips and hints that will help you make the most of your trip. Choose from 2-4 hour private tour options. Meet your guide at your accommodation and head out to get familiar with the neighborhood. Learn about the best places to eat and shop, the easiest ways to get around and the top things to see and do. By the end of the tour you'll feel more comfortable navigating the city and confident that you have all the information you need to thoroughly enjoy your stay.

Heidelberg: Craft Beer and Street Food Tour

9. Heidelberg: Craft Beer and Street Food Tour

Savor the flavors of different street foods and craft beers on a tasting tour of Heidelberg that can tailored to your desires. Get an introduction to the food and drinks scene, from strong stouts served in a metal head bar to traditional German brews served at rustic inns. Join other travelers and local students in the melting pot of the Old Town, and get the chance to visit quarters that other tourists often miss. Follow your guide to the city's Little France area, where bistros and French cuisine are the order of the day. Alternatively, cross the river to explore the organic food restaurants of a district that resembles Brooklyn in New York. Sample authentic currywurst, frankfurters and other types of sausage. Savor local schnitzel, flammkuchen (flat breads), cakes and candies. You can visit a candy or chocolate manufacturer, watch a baker at work or peep into a distillery to see how craft beer is made.

Heidelberg Castle Tour: Residence of the Electors

10. Heidelberg Castle Tour: Residence of the Electors

Enjoy a walk through the former Hortus Palatinus to the Heidelberg Castle ruins. After a walk to Bushel Terrace, boasting views of the city far into the Rhine, you will be guided through the castle complex and down to the wine cellar, where you will find the world's largest wine barrel. For those who fancy a taste, regional wine is available for sampling, or you can go straight to the Pharmacy Museum in the courtyard. Near the Old Bridge over the Neckar River, the impressive castle ruin is one of the most popular tourist attractions of Germany and a major landmark of Heidelberg. The castle was built from the red sandstone of the Neckar Valley in the 13th Century as a fortress and later served as the residence of the Elector of Heidelberg until its destruction in 1689, during the Nine Years' War. Over the centuries it has been rebuilt by various electors and today shows distinct stylistic elements from three periods. Reach the castle by foot or take the cable car from the historical downtown.

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What people are saying about Baden-Württemberg

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Our guide was Olga and she was phenomenal! She was incredibly knowledgeable and full of energy. She has a wonderful personality and her Enthusiasm really showed through. If she may have given this to her a 100 times or a 1000 times but she was incredibly enthusiastic and really made it a nice personal experience. Ours was an English tour but I understand that Olga It is also fluent in German and Russian and may be other languages. At the end of the tour we really hated to see her go. I wish we had not run out of things to learn about :)

Picking up from the hotel would have been pointless at a distance of 5 km. We then arranged a meeting point with the guide in town.

Hans, our guide, was knowledgeable and interesting. He was passionate about Heidelberg and the tour.

The very competent city guide responded excellently to the needs of my 90-year-old mother.

Great option to see the region and the differences in cultures.