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The Bergstraße is Germany’s smallest wine-growing region and can easily be explored on foot. To the west, the gentle hills of the Bergstraße flow into the Odenwald, which in turn protects the region from the cold easterly wind. The climate is therefore very mild and boasts temperatures that lie above the national average.


The Neckarsteig winds along the River Neckar − and often high above it − between the towns of Bad Wimpfen and Heidelberg. As a result, you can enjoy countless wonderful views of the romantic river valley. You'll have to master over 3,100 metres of elevation, perfectly distributed by nature across the 126-kilometre hiking trail. read more