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Heidelberg: Riverboat Tour to Neckarsteinach and Audio Guide

1. Heidelberg: Riverboat Tour to Neckarsteinach and Audio Guide

Discover the castles of the Neckar valley on this riverboat tour from Heidelberg to Neckarsteinach. Relax aboard a comfortable ship with a covered seating area where you can choose your seat. Have the option of choosing a one-way trip or a round-trip cruise. Check in at the activity provider's office and board the spacious ship. Set off through the countryside. Pass under one of the arches of the 18th-century Old Heidelberg Bridge. Admire the ruins of the Renaissance Heidelberg Palace. Set off through the winding waters through the verdant countryside. Capture pictures of the four castles of Neckarsteinach. Look for local wildlife like deer, boar, and birds as you sail through the verdant Neckartal-Odenwald Nature Park. Relax and purchase delicious food and refreshing drinks onboard as you sail along. With your round trip ticket, you can stay in Neckarsteinach to visit the castles or travel back to Heidelberg at any time.

HeidelbergCard: 1, 2, or 4 Days

2. HeidelbergCard: 1, 2, or 4 Days

Discover the city of Heidelberg with one card: entrance tickets to Heidelberg Castle, a cable car ride to the castle, free use of public transport, and many discount and special offers are included! All HeidelbergCARD options include many discounts. Whether it is for tours, culture, museums, restaurants, or shopping – with the HeidelbergCARD you can enjoy the city even more! With the card you can also use public transport for free. The HeidelbergCARD allows you to ride on the city’s VRN metro buses, trams, and authorized trains - 2nd-class seats on Deutsche Bahn: Regional-Express, Regionalbahn, and S-Bahn - in the greater Heidelberg area, or “Wabe 125” fare zone, during the period shown.

Mannheim: Jungbusch Guided Walking Tour

3. Mannheim: Jungbusch Guided Walking Tour

Feel the mix between a progressive creative scene and a cultural melting pot as you stroll through the vibrant neighborhood of Jungbusch on a guided walking tour. Get an insight into the development of this remarkable district and the living conditions of its past and present residents. After meeting your guide, travel through the trendy Jungbusch neighborhood and discover hip or vintage chic bars, cafes, and restaurants. See the creative side of the city as you pass the Popakademie Baden-Württemberg, galleries and exhibition spaces, and innovative start-ups that have made this neighborhood their home.

Mannheim: Industrial Port Guided Walking Tour

4. Mannheim: Industrial Port Guided Walking Tour

Stroll through the region where the Neckar river meets the Rhine river on this guided Mannheim walking tour. Explore the second largest inland port in Germany and marvel at its industrial architecture. Meet your guide at the Teufelsbrücke (Devil's Bridge), the oldest existing bridge in the city. Start your tour through the port area. Uncover the origins of the area's industrial culture and the living conditions of the dockworkers. Gain insight into the current importance of the port for trade and tourism. Admire giant container ships, loading stations, and the warehouses that give the former workers’ suburb a cosmopolitan flair. At the end of the tour, enjoy the vibe of Jungbusch, the trendy multicultural neighborhood where workers and bag carriers once made their homes. Immerse yourself in the creative heart of the city where there are thriving galleries, exhibition spaces, and art events.

Stuttgart: Private Airport Transfer

5. Stuttgart: Private Airport Transfer

Enjoy a safe and reliable private airport transfer between Stuttgart Airport (STR) and your accommodation in Stuttgart city center. Choose a 1-way service to or from the airport. Be greeted by your driver who will be holding a sign displaying your name. Your driver will track your flight so you won't have to worry in case of a flight delay. Save yourself having to carry heavy bags and navigating the public transportation system and take comfort knowing that all vehicles are regularly maintained to high-quality standards.

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What people are saying about Baden-Württemberg

You should definitely get the HeidelbergCARD for trams and bus lines. You can only park in a car park by car and it can be expensive.

Uncomplicated and cheap,

Despite many large construction sites in Heidelberg, getting from a to b by bus and tram was no problem. Highly Recommended!

I was grateful that the local response was smooth. It is very helpful to be able to purchase in advance from Japan.

Great Value, used it all day.

This was a great way to see the attractions. Also able to use the card on public transportation.

Everything great

It worked well. Would do it again and again. And Heidelberg is definitely worth a trip.