5 great things to do in Heidelberg with kids #Travel #Germany
This is a guest post by Jane Welton, about a summer family trip to Heidelberg, Germany. Jane is a freelance writer and translator who lives in Surrey with her husband and 12 year-old daughter. Jane has spent a lot of time in other European countries and is bringing her daughter up speaking French and German as well as English. She’s also worked as a teacher of deaf children so she’s interested in sign language as well. Jane blogs at Multilingual Mum.
“Heidelberg is a lovely medieval town on the River Neckar. Snuggled in a steep valley in the middle of the Odenwald forest, it’s one of Germany’s warmest regions. It’s a good choice for a last-minute break – BA run several flights a day from Heathrow to Frankfurt, so short-notice availability is good. After a short flight of about one hour 15 minutes it’s only 50 minutes from Frankfurt Airport to Heidelberg by train, changing in Mannheim. Last-minute self-catering accommodation is difficult to find, so we stayed in the pleasant Hotel Heidelberg in the suburb of Kirchheim. We had a warm welcome and a comfortable room there.
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