Weinheim (also known as Weinheim an der Bergstraße in German or Weinheim (Bergstraße)) is a town in Baden-Württemberg, Germany, approximately 15 km north of Heidelberg and 10 km northeast of Mannheim. It has about 43,000 inhabitants. Weinheim was first mentioned in 755 AD in the Lorsch Codex and mentioned as a city in 1264 AD. Weinheim is situated on the eastern slopes of the Odenwald, called the Bergstraße, one of the warmest regions in Germany.

Altes Rathaus in the Marktplatz of Weinheim, Germany

Get in

Weinheim is served by the Verkehrsverbund Rhein-Neckar (VRN) public transportation tariff union providing integrated fares including day passes that are available for regional trains, trams and buses from Zwingenberg (north of Weinheim) to Heidelberg and Mannheim. Prices vary by the number of zones travelled.

Google Maps shows the locations of the railway station and the tram stops.

The tram stop Luisenstraße (Zur DB) is closest to the DB railway station. Whether you arrive by train or tram, walk along Bahnhofstraße to Hauptstraße (300 metres) where there is the store Weinheim Galerie. Follow the pedestian mall and it will lead you to the Altstadt.

Get around









On the Marktplatz you can find:


Go next

Other places along the Bergstraße (from south to north) are:

Away from the Bergstraße:

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