In the south-west of Germany, Mannheim is the third-largest city in the federal state of Baden-Württemberg. The inner city of Mannheim is located between Rhine and Neckar. It is divided into individual squares and looks like a grid from above. In the former residence of the Kurpfalz, the Baroque castle characterizes the cityscape. Mannheim is exactly between the federal states of Baden-Wuerttemberg, Hesse and Rhineland-Palatinate. The city is both economically and culturally the center of the European region Rhine-Neckar. The city has produced many inventions, including the first two-wheeler of Karl Drais, the first electric elevator of Werner von Siemens and the first Carl Benz car. The electrical and mechanical engineering industry is very strongly represented in Mannheim. In addition, the metal and chemical industries are also of great importance. Last but not least, trade and the hospitality industry as well as other service industries are very present. Where the Rhine and Neckar rivers meet, the port of Mannheim is one of the largest inland ports in Europe.
The comfortable hotel at the time of the fair. Due to its varied economic structure, it is not surprising that numerous exhibitions are held. Whether the Treubau real estate forum, the JuBi Mannheim - the youth education fair or the marketing symposium Mannheim, the corresponding fair is offered for each area. It is good to look for a comfortable hotel room for the visit in Mannheim in time. From the hotel you can not only visit the fair, but also explore the exciting city. Mannheim can be experienced in a variety of ways and is just as exciting on the side of architecture as in the cultural field. Numerous universities of applied sciences, universities and universities suggest that countless students are at home here. This spreads a youthful flair and something is happening everywhere.
From the cozy hotel room from the experience urge. Between the trade fair visits there is certainly enough time for an entertaining city visit. A visit to the Nationaltheater, the Museum Weltkulturen or the Stadtgalerie Mannheim can be just as much on the agenda as the shopping trip through the lively city center. In the market square at the pedestrian zone, the imposing facade dating from 1719 is a monument of Peter van den Branden. The largest city park is the Luisenpark, which was extended in 1975 to a federal garden show on 41 hectares. In addition to numerous pubs and cafés in the square city center, there are many other possibilities for celebrating. There are various concerts and parties in the Old Fire Station. The Zimmermannheim is a small club with regular after-party parties. In the Soho Club, also a small club in the vaulted cellar, various topics are offered.