From 1823 to 1914, students convicted of misdeeds such as public inebriation, loud nocturnal singing, freeing the local pigs or duelling...
Despite witty observations about student duels and boisterous public drunkenness, Mark Twain points out that ‘idle students are not the...
Gloria und Gloriette
Screens non-dubbed films, some in English.
Serves some of the tastiest Syrian-style falafel – always served steaming hot – anywhere in Germany. Also has kebab, hummus, baba...
Lonely Planet review
The red-sandstone Jesuits’ church, rising above an attractive square just east of Universitätsplatz, is a fine example of 18th-century baroque. This part of town was once the focal point of Heidelberg’s Jewish quarter. The Schatzkammer displays precious religious artefacts.