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Situated at the confluence of the Rhine and the Neckar, Mannheim was founded in 1606 by the Palatine elector Friedrich IV, who fortified the city. The city centre is made up of 144 residential blocks laid out in a checkerboard pattern and designated only by a letter and a number according to their coordinates. The arts, and above all the theatre - the plays of Schiller were created here, soon made Mannheim a city of the Muses.
Tourist attractions Mannheim : Things to see and do
Friedrichsplatz 4 D - 68165 Mannheim
The Stadtische Kunsthalle museum houses 19C and 20C art. The sculpture department is particularly rich, with works by Rodin, Brancusi, Giacometti, Barlach, Nam June Paik and Richard Long. There are also important works by the French Impressionists, p..
A Mannheim 4 D - 68159 Mannheim
This massive building, built between 1733 and 1769, is considered the largest Baroque church in the Upper Rhine region. The interior, bathed in light, is covered with marble stuccowork in red and green tones. See the Silver Madonna in her Crown of Li..
D - 68159 Mannheim
Housed in an old arsenal (1777-79), the Reiß Museum is divided into three sections. The Fine Arts section displays 18C sculptures and paintings, as well as Baroque and Rococo furniture and a fine collection of European earthenware and porcelain (nota..
Friedrichsring 6 D - 68161 Mannheim
Prix Prices from : 77 €
This 4-star hotel offers direct access to Mannheim's Rosengarten Congress Centre, creative cuisine, and a small wellness area. The Planken shopping street is a 3-minute walk away. The spacious rooms and suites of the Dorint Kongresshotel Mannheim fe..
L 14,15 D - 68161 Mannheim
Prix Prices from : 65 €
This hotel is just a 4-minute walk from Mannheim Central Station. It offers soundproofed rooms with free Wi-Fi, and a restaurant serving Swabian cuisine and food from the Palatinate region. Each of the non-smoking rooms at the family-run Hotel-Resta..
Augustaanlage 4-8 D - 68165 Mannheim
This 4-star-superior hotel in Mannheim lies opposite the famous water tower, a 12-minute walk from Mannheim Train Station. Leonardo Royal Hotel Mannheim features modern accommodation with free WiFi, a large summer terrace and a fitness area. The sty..
Seckenheimer Str. 20 D - 68165 Mannheim
If you are looking for a couple who put their life and soul into their restaurant, you need go no further than the Doblers - their commitment and almost 30 years' experience are there for all to see. Chef Norbert Dobler produces classic Mediterranean..
Q 7,12 D - 68161 Mannheim
Fresh and authentic Italian dishes are cooked by the owner at this restaurant. A good value lunch menu is served. Nice ambience with a touch of the South.
Adlerstr. 23 D - 68199 Mannheim
This inconspicuous corner house has a striking glass-fronted kitchen. In the elegant and welcoming restaurant, chef Christian Krüger prepares contemporary and ambitious cuisine.
O5, 9-12 D - 68161 Mannheim
Opus is Latin for 'work', while the V stands for grid reference O5 in which the restaurant is located. The international menu (with up to seven courses) offered by Tristan Brandt is creative, sophisticated and classy. The service is friendly, persona..
R 7, 34 D - 68161 Mannheim
Still one of Mannheim's classic restaurants, Da Gianni serves pleasantly uncomplicated Italian cuisine under the leadership of new head chef Med Dridi (formerly a sous-chef here). The service is as charming and professional as you could wish for.
Floßwörthstr. 38 D - 68199 Neckarau
The surroundings could be more attractive, admittedly, but as soon as you enter this neat red brick building, you find yourself in a whole new modern, futuristic world - the world of Juan Amador, one of Germany's best chefs. His style is rich in cont..