The stops of the bus line 721 are located in close proximity.
Welcome to Heidelberg - a city in the middle of the Rhine-Neckar metropolitan region. Not without reason is this city considered one of the most beautiful cities in Germany. With its castle, the old town and the river between the mountain and the city, it not only inspired poets and artists, but also fascinates many visitors today. Throughout the year, Heidelberg offers various events for every taste - from theater, music, festivals and markets to the famous Heidelberg Castle Lights.
Heidelberg is not only an attractive holiday destination for tourists from all over the world. Heidelberg is also known beyond the German borders as one of the most popular student cities. The city impresses above all with its pub culture, countless bars and clubs.
Heidelberg's youngest district is “Bahnstadt”. The central location, the infrastructure and the innovative architecture make working and living there very attractive.
Whoever lives in Heidelberg - has a home.
Campus Gardens Heidelberg is centrally located in the new and sustainable Bahnstadt district. Supermarkets, cafés and restaurants are right on the doorstep. The university and train station are also within walking distance. Right next to the building is the Zollhofgarten with an activity area.
Almost 40,000 students are studying at a total of five universities in Heidelberg.
Among those, over 30,000 study at the University of Heidelberg.
A university with tradition. It is not only the oldest university in Germany but has also been awarded the title “Excellence University”. So far, eleven Nobel Prizes have been awarded to professors of the Heidelberg University.
In addition to the university, the Heidelberg University of Education is one of the largest educational institutions in the city.
SRH University is one of the oldest and largest private universities in Germany. In this place, urban creativity meets romance. Over the years, the Science Tower has become the landmark of the SRH University of Applied Sciences Heidelberg and an entrance gate to the city.