Hiking in and around Bruchsal

Michaelsberg - A natural paradise

A walking map is available, showing four marked walks on the Michaelsberg, a hill in the district of Untergrombach. Each route is accompanied by a short description, information about the dos and don’ts of the nature reserve, how to get there by car and public transport and some brief information about the Michaelsberg.


The map can be obtained at the Bruchsal Tourist Information Centre, Café-Restaurant Michaelsberg, the administrative offices in each of the districts, the Palace and also the local transport office (Stadtbusbüro) at the Rendezvous bus stop. Or you can download it here, in pdf-format (645 KB).
 
The Chapel is accessible to visitors during the opening hours of  Café Restaurant Michaelsberg. Click here for further details about the Chapel.

Guided tours of the Michaelsberg (incl. Chapel) can be booked upon request. Alternatively, you can join a public guided tour.

Ravines – nature at its best!

One feature that is highly characteristic of the Kraichgau region is its surviving ravines with their specific plants and animals. The diversity and uniqueness of ravines – a special feature of a cultural landscape – is illustrated very clearly and vividly on the four walking trails.
 
The map can be obtained at the Bruchsal Tourist Information Centre, the Palace and the local transport office (Stadtbusbüro) at the Rendezvous bus stop. Or you can download it here, in pdf-format (1.6 MB).

Guided walking tours of the ravines can be booked upon request. Alternatively, you can join a public guided tour.

Educational Wine Trail


Discover the Educational Wine Trail in Heidelsheim. Read the information and become a wine connoisseur. Along the route you will find plenty of information panels about grapes, wine and the work in the vineyards and cellars. Click here (643 KB) for an extract from the map.