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Schloss im Nebel, Foto: Andrew Cowin

Guided Tours in the Open-Topped Bus

See Heidelberg from a completely new perspective - from the open-topped bus. The round tour, taking approx. 40 minutes, starts at the Karlsplatz, takes you through the west end of the town with its many examples of Art Nouveau and 19th century industrialists' houses, pass the main station and across the River Neckar to the opposite bank with its magnificent villas. Your journey ends back at the Karlsplatz. Your audio guide will give you information about the town and tips on things to do. The open-topped bus can accommodate 32 passengers and it runs seven days a week all year round. Chartered trips can also be arranged on request. 

"Highly Philosophical” Segway Tour

Discover Heidelberg in a totally different way during this highly unusual tour. After an introductory talk, you glide along the Neckar as far as the historical and trendy quarter of Neuenheim. From here you stay with the water, traveling towards the Zoo, and pass through Neuenheimer Feld with its impressive university and clinic buildings. The crowning glory is the ride along the Philosophenweg (Philosopher’s Way), with its fantastic view of the castle, then back through the woods to the starting point. Entertainment guaranteed!

Your guide will provide you with some interesting facts about the route. Other great and varied Segway tours, such as the “Hi-Tech Tour through Neuenheimer Feld”, or “Along the Slopes”, through the Schriesheim vineyards towards Strahlenburg, are available on request.

  • February to November
  • 10 to 20 people, smaller and larger groups on request
  • Duration: about 1 hour
  • Conditions: 15 years old, at least 1.40 m tall, holder of a moped license

City Rallye

Discovery tours as a shared experience. The destination is Heidelberg’s romantic Old Town with its winding alleyways and beautiful squares. The teams taking part are faced with tricky riddles to solve and tasks to perform. Every participant receives a “certificate” during the prize-giving ceremony.

Duration: 2 hours
Languages: German, English, French

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