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You are now in Wiesloch, a clean, sprawling city 13 kilometers south of Heidelberg in northern Baden-Württemberg. From the looks of it, Wiesloch is just like another regular place in Germany but this large industrial city is getting a fair share of tourists every year. Compare quotes for car hire in Wiesloch right here using our simple to use price comparison website. Enter your travel details and we'll search for the cheapest deals form top suppliers such as Thrifty, Sixt and Europcar. Gain the freedom to explore Wiesloch at your own leisurely pace, avoiding public services and busy tour excursions.
A panoramic view of Wiesloch would show a hilly landscape with town area sunk in a valley dominated by vineyards. Adding to the city's charm are the five brooks of Leimbach, Gauangelbach, Waldangelbach, Ochsenbach und Maisbach which flows on the city's boundaries.
One bright aspect about the city is that although its industrial area is very large, it does not have an industrialized flavour. In other words, you can still breathe fresh air instead of smog. Home to about 26,000 residents, Wiesloch is an ideal outdoors location. It boasts of a town park with a thick forest providing dozens of walking trails for adventurers.
Also known as a wine city, Wiesloch boasts of a couple of quality local wines which visitors and residents can taste from the local restaurants. When hunger pangs strike or when curiosity about the local flavour strikes, go can go to any of the restaurants, speciality houses and several cafés at the town hall square.
The city pharmacy in Wiesloch was reported to be the first petrol station of the world following the Bertha Benz, which ended in August, 1888 in order to refill the tank of the first automobile her husband Karl Benz had invented.
Your visit to Wiesloch will not be complete without visiting the city's attractions including the Freihof, a wine cellar, old-fashioned guesthouse, and restaurant rolled into one, located in the center of the town area.
Other must-visit point is the Old City Wall which follows all the pedestrian districts. Indeed, Wiesloch is a nice place to live in.
The nearest airport to Wiesloch is Baden Airpark. However for international flights Frankfurt International Airport is only 1 hour's drive away. Car rental services and other transport options are available from outside the airport's main terminal building, ready to take passengers into Frankfurt city centre for more transport connections.
Train services connect Wiesloch to Walldorf and the train serves as the primary means to transport workers to and from the factories.
Buses operate in and around Wiesloch, as well as coaches travelling longer distances to places such as its neighbouring countries, Switzerland, Austria, Ukraine and even as far as Macedonia. Tickets must be prebooked in order to secure a place on the bus.