Mannheim: Lots to see and do - from museums to outdoor activities
|From Wanne Eickel Hbf||03:46||HK$301|
|From Munster Westf Hb||03:22||HK$301|
|From Baden Baden||00:40||HK$191|
|From Ludwigshafen Rhei||00:04||HK$73|
|From Bad Friedrichsh J||01:04||HK$191|
Getting around From Mannheim, you can travel to nearby cities and towns. Best price and travel duration below.
|To Baden Baden||01:21||HK$191|
|To Bad Friedrichsh J||02:11||HK$191|
|To Wanne Eickel Hbf||04:54||HK$191|
|To Munster Westf Hb||05:24||HK$301|
|To Aix En Provence Tgv||06:51||HK$538|
Mannheim city guide
Mannheim, a lively german city that deserves to be known
Mannheim is located in the southwestern part of Germany. Founded at the beginning of 17th century, it is a 320 000 inhabitants city, so it is the largest one of the land (Bade-Wurtemberg) after Stuttgart. It is a very pleasant place to stay.
From concerts to cultural events, from museums to squares to stroll about, Mannheim is worth the visit. What about visiting the baroque Palace of the city, dating back to the 18th century? It houses nowadays the most beautiful university of the country!
Walk around the water castle and have a break in one of the numerous bar or restaurant of the city. You will experience a bustling nighlife and if you come in December you will be lucky to dawdle along the christmas markets, and to feast your eyes with the illuminations and the decorations!
Anyway, you will enjoy Mannheim as much in summer as in winter.
Trains are convenient way to reach any town and city in Europe. All main towns have a railway station, while major cities have more than two railway stations. Nearly all railway stations are located in the city centre. Check our map to locate railway station(s) in Mannheim.
Interactive Rail Map
Nearby and easily reachable by train
Main cities in Germany
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- "not that much" Sherif e. 08/01/2014
We were three and the chairs were not beside each other
- "Euro Train is prefect" Chor Sze Cassie l. 29/11/2013
Euro train is prefect, highly recommand taken by train as travelling Euro
- "ok" Andrea a. 22/11/2013
The trip was ok, train was on time, seat was adequate. luggage storage is a bit tight
- "excellent trip from mannheim t" Giovanni r. 14/11/2013
my only regret is that while asking a window seat to look around my seat was not lined with the window and in order to see outside i'd have to turn back with huge discomfort, i don't know if that was a reflection of my budget fare about half the normal price, but in the future i'd be clear about it.
- "Paris Train Trip" Sandra a. 22/10/2013
My husband and I traveled to Germany and took a train to Paris from Mannheim. This was our first time on a train and it was absolutely amazing. I would rather travel by train than by air. The seats were very comfortable, the ticket prices were good and we were able to admire and enjoy the scenery. I would definitely recommend to see Europe by train to all my friends and family.
- "Average" Chung Hsien c. 05/10/2013
- "Not as good as I imaged" Chung Hsien c. 05/10/2013
No enough room for big luggage and foot, for class 1 it's not good.
- "Convenient" Che Ying h. 19/08/2013
Worth buying as the pass also can be used in S Bahn of Berlin and buses in France , Belfort.
- "First leg of Eurail Pass Trek" Gavan m. 21/07/2013
Everything to do with this leg went really well - after that things became more chaotic - and we realised that we should have done more planning and checking. The online trip planner seemed great but in reality there would have been quicker and more direct routes. We got to our destination in the end.
- "Average rating" Wing Chan l. 07/12/2012
The instruction to the cabinet is not clear enough.