The Heidelberg district of Wieblingen is located in the west of the city on the left bank of the Neckar River and has developed from a former farming village into a dynamic residential and workplace domicile with a balanced social structure.
The center is Elisabeth-von-Thadden-Platz, named after the reform pedagogue and resistance fighter against National Socialism. The Heidelberg Waldorf School is located on the western edge of the village. Wieblingen is also the seat of the SRH with its technical schools and the SRH University of Applied Sciences Heidelberg, a vocational training center, and the Kurpfalz Hospital Heidelberg. If the Neckar meadow in the city seems too crowded on hot summer days, you can confidently head out and visit the secluded green Neckar meadow in Wieblingen to grab a spot in the shade.