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The beautiful City of Heidelberg is famous for its lovely setting, due to which it draws millions of visitors and tourists year-round. In addition to being the center of many other and important sectors, Heidelberg is also a tourism center. One will find several important scientific research institutes are in Heidelberg, along with finding many recreation opportunities and great venues and museums. The city has a rich history and culture. The city allows you to stroll around in its historic old town streets, or examine its world-famous Castle, so quickly grab your Heidelberg Tickets to explore this attractive city with friends and family!
Heidelberg is a city situated in the southwestern part of Germany to the east of the Upper Rhine, in the third largest German federal state, known as Baden-Wuerttemberg. Divided in four Administrative Districts (Regierungsbezirke): Karlsruhe, Freiburg, Stuttgart, and T?bingen, the state Baden-Wuerttemberg (BW) shares international borders with Switzerland to the south, and France to the west; whereas, it borders the German states of Rhineland-Palatinate to the northwest, Hesse to the north, and Bavaria to the east. The City of Heidelberg lies on the Neckar River, near the City of Mannheim, where Neckar River joins the Rhine River. Having a population of more than 140,000, Heidelberg is also part of the Rhein-Neckar-Triangle, which is a densely populated region, featuring a population of 2.4 million and encompassing the land from three federal states, including Baden-W?rttemberg, Hesse, and Rhineland-Palatinate. The city Heidelberg, itself, on the other hand, encompasses a total area of 109 sq. km.
Heidelberg is largely renowned for its exquisite setting, and is also famous for being transportation, manufacturing, cultural, and tourism center of Germany. There are many attractions in the city, such as the Heidelberg Castle, built in 14th to 17th centuries, which is also one of the most impressive historic landmarks of Germany. The structure of the castle is mostly in ruins at current, but it still somehow manages to preserve countless examples of medieval, Renaissance, and baroque German architecture. Another interesting thing about the castles is its Otto Heinrich wing, which houses a pharmaceutical museum. There is also the famed Heidelberg Tun in the cellar of Heidelberg Castle. Another very appealing place to visit inside Heidelberg is the Philosophers' Walk, situated on the northern side of the River Neckar.
It is a famous relic of Romanticism, as Heidelberg was once the hub of the epoch of Romantik (Romanticism) in Germany. Visitors enjoy brilliant views of the old town and castle from there. The City of Heidelberg also features many significant religious buildings. Churches such as the Church of the Holy Spirit, Church of the Jesuit's, St. Peter's Church and Providence Church are among the most famous ones. In addition to all the historical landmarks the city features, Heidelberg is also world renowned for the University of Heidelberg, 1386, which has been the first university in the entire Germany.
Several events also take place in Heidelberg, throughout the year, starting from the Ball der Vampire (Ball of the Vampires) in February, housed at the local castle or city hall, till the International Filmfestival Mannheim-Heidelberg in November.The City of Heidelberg is indeed a great place to visit, and an excellent tourist destination. It is suggested to that you book your Heidelberg Tickets soon, as tickets to this amazing city are quickly sold out!
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