Your visit to the Neckar Valley would not be complete without including Hirschhorn. Take your time to explore the almost completely intact medieval town wall and the narrow passageways and alleys within it. Must sees are also the Carmelite Abbey and Hirschhorn’s imposing castle including its courtyards and outbuildings. As reward for the climb up the castle’s tower there are breath-taking views over valleys and hills, the convoluted bow of the Neckar and the working lock on the river. You are welcome to visit the Langbein Museum of regional cultural heritage showcasing old and new aspects of local history. Enjoy relaxing in the ‘Familienpark’ by the river – suitable for all ages.
You are also welcome to attend our annual festivals, for example the medieval ‘Ritterfest’ (Knight’s Fair). There are restaurants to suit every taste in Hirschhorn. For anyone who decides to stay in Hirschhorn, there is accommodation in every price range on offer. Whether you come by bus, train or car Hirschhorn is easy to get to. Experience Hirschhorn ‘The Pearl of the Neckar Valley’, on foot, by bicycle or on a boat trip. A visit to Hirschhorn is unforgettable.
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