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The history of Mannheim stretches back all the way to the times of the Romans, an era that is clearly visible through the road network that still remains in the old town of the city. The strict quadratic orientation of many streets in the historic center of Mannheim is unique in Germany. This area was also the starting point of much of Mannheim’s development over the years and has led to its current city flair with impressive buildings, a variety of shops and a range of restaurants to explore when your bus arrives in Mannheim.
When your bus arrives in Mannheim it won’t take you long to notice the parks and gardens, that sit beautifully along the River Rhine. The locals and tourists are able to relax in the heart of the city whilst still experiencing a countryside atmosphere. During the summer months, there are a variety of different events and exhibitions in various parks throughout the city. The historic castle, which served as a seat for the Electors of the Palatinate for many decades, should not be missed when you make a sightseeing tour in Mannheim. This impressive building was built in the early 18th Century and has been perfectly preserved. Inside the castle you can learn all about the history and culture of the region and then you can relax outside in the castle park which lies next to the River Rhine. Thanks to the central location of the castle you can walk comfortably on foot to your Mannheim bus stop. The SAP arena is one of the largest event halls in south west Germany and is located in Mannheim. You will not only find home games of Mannheim’s handball team here, but this arena also holds many large events including concerts and performances by world famous stars, amongst other events presenting some of the best cultural, art and entertainment highlights that there is out there.
Now there is something that few people know about the city before their bus arrives: the popular “Spaghettieis” (spaghetti ice cream) was invented here. So before you hop back on your bus home, you should make sure that you try the original recipe. The “Eisedielen,” founded by Dario Fontanella, is easily accessible by bus or by foot, and does only offer classic types of ice cream, but also new creations that you can try!
In the spring time You will find the city’s biggest folk festival “Maimarkt,” which is a market that is open around April/May time of each year and is famous outside of the borders of Mannheim, as well as being a huge hit with its locals. If You to travel by bus to Mannheim at this time You can expect numerous stalls, fairground rides, and a wide variety of events. You can easily get involved with this special celebration and avoid any traffic chaos! Not far from Mannheim’s central bus station You can find Mannheim’s “Planetarium.” They hold offer an interesting program with displays and shows of the world of the stars and also hold special events, including a unique “Pink Floyd Night.” For some occasions the planetarium is open at night!
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