The wine village of Rohrbach is one of the largest districts in Heidelberg.

More than 16,000 people live on the picturesque slopes of the Kleiner Odenwald. Vineyards, city forest, fields: The proximity to nature makes Rohrbach particularly worth living and loving. The poet Joseph von Eichendorff spent part of his youth here and set a lyrical monument to the Kühlen Grund.
Worth seeing in Rohrbach are, among others, the Rohrbacher Schlösschen, the adventure hiking trail Wine & Culture, and Rohrbach's town center with cafés & restaurants, which have been redesigned in recent years and invite young and old to linger on its warm summer evenings.

From 2 to 4 September is the Rohrbacher Festival weekend. And on Sunday, from 2 to 4 p.m., the Rohrbacher Heimat Museum is also open again. The museum team is happy to tell stories about how life used to be here now and in the past. Come by and learn something new about Rohrbach. Admission is free and the visit is worthwhile!


Rohrbacher Schlösschen
Heidelberger Weinberge
Erlebniswanderweg Wein & Kultur 
Obere Rathausstraße mit Cafés, Restaurants, Wasserlauf

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