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Despite its modern and industrial image, the city of Mannheim is big city Germany at its best. Fun nightlife, a diverse cultural scene, and a great selection of shops mean it has everything you could possibly want from a city break. Hotels in Mannheim are diverse, with luxurious international chains as well as budget backpacker hostels. There’s something to suit every budget.

Mannheim is extremely multicultural place, with citizens from 168 countries calling it home. There’s always something interesting going on as a result, with a vibrant arts and music scene and plenty of great places to sample ethnic cuisines. The region is home to the largest concentration of American military personnel, so expect to bump into plenty of American expats during your trip.

The city is unique in Germany due to its grid layout. Known as die Quadratestadt (the city of squares), Mannheim’s city centre has no street names. The blocks are labelled instead. If you’re used to modern American cities like New York, you’ll find it easy to get around. If not, bring a good map. Most of Mannheim’s historic buildings were destroyed during WWII, but there are still plenty of attractive parks and a few impressive buildings left to admire.

Most of the accommodation in Mannheim can be found near Friedrichsplatz, one of Europe’s largest art nouveau areas and a popular meeting place for Mannheim’s huge student population. This is also where the city’s famous water tower stands, a baroque building made from yellow sandstone and surrounded by fountains.

Hotels in Mannheim make a great base for nature lovers. The city sits at the confluence of two rivers, the Rhine and the Neckar, and is within striking distance of the Odenwald and Pfalzerwald forests. It’s also a great city for foodies, with lots of fantastic local delicacies to try and the diverse wines of the Palatinate (Pfalz) wine region, which is nearby. This is one of Germany’s largest wine regions, and its villages have a huge festival celebrating their produce at least once a year. 

Mannheim is a great city to visit at any time of year. Like most northern European cities the weather is best during spring and summer, but there are lots of great museums, galleries, bars and restaurants to enjoy during the cooler months.