Unmissable tourist sites
Weinheim Travel guide
Weinheim : Michelin's recommendations
Raised to the rank of a city in 1264, Weinheim was long the residence of local burghers before progressively becoming, in the early 19C, the administrative centre it is today. The former castle, today's town hall, boasts an English-style garden and Germany's tallest cedar. Visit the exotic forest, laid out in the 19C, and the ruins of the Windeck fortress and the Wachenburg castle.
Luetzelsachsener Str. 5 D - 69469 Weinheim (Baden-Württemberg)
Its personal touch characterises the Haus Masthoff in Weinheim that offers single, double and triple rooms, all equipped with shower/bath, toilet, cable TV, telephone and Wi-Fi. It also features a cosy restaurant with tiled stove as well as rooms for..
Hauptstrasse 126 D - 69469 Weinheim
This charming hotel offers modern, comfortable accommodation in Weinheim, at the edge of the Nekartal-Odenwald Nature Park, and is within easy reach of Mannheim and Heidelberg. The rooms of the Hotel Ottheinrich are decorated in bright colours and h..
Hauptstr. 114 D - 69469 Weinheim (Baden-Württemberg)
The hotel Gruener Baum is one of the oldest guesthouses in the region. The lovingly restored hotel with its Italian charm offers comfortably equipped rooms. In the in-house restaurant travellers can enjoy a fantastic Italian cuisine.
Birkenauer Talstr. 10 D - 69469 Weinheim
The Fuchs'sche Mühle is one of six mills in the lovely Weinheimer valley. The pretty dining areas in the restaurant have been christened the Farmer's Room, the Miller's Room and the Fox's Den. There is a beer garden behind the restaurant for warmer d..
Obertorstr. 9 D - 69469 Weinheim
A stylish restaurant where the food is served in the classic dining room complete with parquet flooring and high stucco ceilings. The chef spent a long time in Spain and its influences are unmistakeable. Homemade cakes.