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Steffi's Hostel Heidelberg

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2.1km from city centre - Show on Map
8.8
Fabulous 3141
  • Wonderful Location
  • Superb Staff
  • Excellent Cleanliness
Free WiFi

Welcome to Steffis Hostel Heidelberg, the new accommodation for Backpackers in Heidelberg... More...

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MEININGER Heidelberg Hauptbahnhof

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2.5km from city centre - Show on Map
8.8
Fabulous 32
  • Superb Staff
  • Fantastic Cleanliness
Free WiFi

This hostel has easy access to nearby public transport connections and therefore all the beautiful, historical landmarks and cultural wonders that Heidelberg has to offer.... More...

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Lotte - The Backpackers

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1.1km from city centre - Show on Map
  • Perfect Location
  • Superb Staff
  • Fantastic Cleanliness
Free WiFi

In the heart of the Old Town Heidelberg youll have an unforgettable stay... More...

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Jugendherberge Heidelberg International

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2.9km from city centre - Show on Map
8.2
Fabulous 153
  • Marvellous Staff
  • Fantastic Cleanliness
Free WiFi
Free Breakfast

Jugendherberge Heidelberg International offers comfortable shared and private rooms. It's located on the banks of River Neckar and consists of a bistro, dining area, lockers and a sun terrace.... More...

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Hotel Kranich Heidelberg

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4.7km from city centre - Show on Map
0.0
No rating 186

Our hotel is a house with character and personality. It is low-priced and in a quiet area.

Our hotel has 27 rooms, all of which are light, friendly and comfortable. They are equipped with bathtub o... More...

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Heidelberg's picturesque scenery means that it's long been a favourite spot for artists. Heidelberg Castle is perched above the city and the Neckar River winds slowly through its centre, past cobbled squares, historic bridges and Baroque buildings. In the summer, the city's green riverside is full of students throwing frisbees and playing guitars. It's one of Germany's top university towns thanks to centuries-old Heidelberg University; look out for museums, libraries and lively student bars. 

You can stay in a Heidelberg hostel next to the train station, in contemporary rooms in a quiet part of the city or in a heritage building with views of Heidelberg Castle. Hostels in Heidelberg have options such as private rooms and dorms (including female-only dorms) and a few have a scenic balcony or sun terrace. Grab a bite to eat at an on-site bistro or cook your own meals in a communal kitchen.

The city has a number of neighbourhoods to explore. The old town, Altstadt, has historic buildings and one of Europe's longest pedestrian streets, where you'll find lots of bookshops. Market Square (Marktplatz) is full of cafés and the Corn Market (Kornmarkt) is home to a famous statue of the Madonna, where you can sit and watch the world go by. Downtown Bismarckplatz is a hotspot for shopping, while across the river, the Neuenheim district has one of the oldest and largest botanical gardens in Germany, along with popular riverside hangout Neckarwiese Park.

There are several iconic sights in Heidelberg. Its castle has dramatic ruins, plus gardens and a museum housed in its better-preserved Palace building. You can travel up from the Old Town on the funicular railway. The arched Karl Theodor Bridge on the Neckar River has a monkey sculpture said to bring good luck. Discover a quirky side of the city's history at its Studentenkarzer (student jail), covered in historic graffiti. In former times, it was a badge of honour to be detained here for drunken revelry.

From Frankfurt Airport, you can take a Lufthansa shuttle bus (about an hour's journey) or an Inter City Express (ICE) train. From Frankfurt-Hahn Airport, buses take just over 2 hours. Heidelberg railway station is in the west of the city and has long-distance and local trains, with direct services to Munich and Vienna. Within the city, visitors can catch trams and buses or rent a bike. Some areas in the old town are pedestrian zones and the centre is compact enough to explore on foot. 

We have 5 hostels in Heidelberg with an average rating of 8.9 based on 631 reviews 5 of 5 properties available in Heidelberg

About Heidelberg

Heidelberg's picturesque scenery means that it's long been a favourite spot for artists. Heidelberg Castle is perched above the city and the Neckar River winds slowly through its centre, past cobbled squares, historic bridges and Baroque buildings. In the summer, the city's green riverside is full of students throwing frisbees and playing guitars. It's one of Germany's top university towns thanks to centuries-old Heidelberg University; look out for museums, libraries and lively student bars. 

You can stay in a Heidelberg hostel next to the train station, in contemporary rooms in a quiet part of the city or in a heritage building with views of Heidelberg Castle. Hostels in Heidelberg have options such as private rooms and dorms (including female-only dorms) and a few have a scenic balcony or sun terrace. Grab a bite to eat at an on-site bistro or cook your own meals in a communal kitchen.

The city has a number of neighbourhoods to explore. The old town, Altstadt, has historic buildings and one of Europe's longest pedestrian streets, where you'll find lots of bookshops. Market Square (Marktplatz) is full of cafés and the Corn Market (Kornmarkt) is home to a famous statue of the Madonna, where you can sit and watch the world go by. Downtown Bismarckplatz is a hotspot for shopping, while across the river, the Neuenheim district has one of the oldest and largest botanical gardens in Germany, along with popular riverside hangout Neckarwiese Park.

There are several iconic sights in Heidelberg. Its castle has dramatic ruins, plus gardens and a museum housed in its better-preserved Palace building. You can travel up from the Old Town on the funicular railway. The arched Karl Theodor Bridge on the Neckar River has a monkey sculpture said to bring good luck. Discover a quirky side of the city's history at its Studentenkarzer (student jail), covered in historic graffiti. In former times, it was a badge of honour to be detained here for drunken revelry.

From Frankfurt Airport, you can take a Lufthansa shuttle bus (about an hour's journey) or an Inter City Express (ICE) train. From Frankfurt-Hahn Airport, buses take just over 2 hours. Heidelberg railway station is in the west of the city and has long-distance and local trains, with direct services to Munich and Vienna. Within the city, visitors can catch trams and buses or rent a bike. Some areas in the old town are pedestrian zones and the centre is compact enough to explore on foot.