Mannheim - the chameleon on the Rhine and Neckar

    In the heart of the Rhine-Neckar metropolitan region, the university and square city of Mannheim shines 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 facades. One of Germany's largest inland ports contrasts with green oases of tranquillity. Art and culture can be found in many corners of this lively and multicultural city of music and Schiller. This is what makes the former royal seat on the Rhine and Neckar so charming and attractive. Mannheim's landmarks are the over 100-year-old water tower, a pearl of Art Nouveau, and the baroque palace from the 18th century, now home to the university. The extensive Luisenpark is the perfect place to simply relax and unwind. The IntercityHotel at Mannheim Central Station is just a few minutes' walk from the city center and the banks of the Rhine and is an ideal starting point for an extensive city stroll along all the sights.

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