Mannheim – the chameleon on the Rhine and Neckar
At the heart of the Rhine-Neckar metropolitan region lies the university city of Mannheim, the "city of squares", with its cultural diversity and its symbiosis of old and new. Mannheim is a city of contrasts. Postmodern architecture meets old industry and magnificent baroque façades. One of the largest inland ports in Germany is to be seen alongside green oases of peace and quiet. Art and culture are to be found in many places in the exuberant and multicultural city of Schiller. This is what makes the former royal residence on the Rhine and Neckar so charming and attractive. Mannheim's landmarks include the centuries-old Water Tower, a jewel of the art nouveau period, and the Baroque Palace dating back to the 18th century, which is now home to the university. The extensive Luisenpark is a perfect place for simply letting your mind run free. The IntercityHotel near Mannheim main train station is just a few minutes' walk from the center and the bank of the Rhine and is an ideal starting point for an extensive stroll around the city, past all the places of interest.
200 m away from the hotel
Prices: € 1.80/hour, € 32/day
FreeCityTicket in Mannheim
- You are saving 17,50€ per day
- The FreeCityTicket is valid in the Rhein-Neckar fare area
- The closest station is "Hauptbahnhof Mannheim"
- You receive a discount for a visit in Luisenpark
In all our hotels' locations a FreeCityTicket is included. Your ticket is valid throughout your stay.