Sarah Weik, Autor bei wo sonst
Torsten Rau manages the office of the Magischer Zirkel in Lampertheim.
Freinsheim is home to Germany’s largest nursery for carnivorous plants
A derby with the Rhein-Neckar Delta Quads
Homeless, unrecognised, yet admired
The writer Augusta Bender is revered in Schefflenz.
Preserving traditions and creating a new shine
Tobias and Christian Pfeifer are shingle makers in the Odenwald.
The Lady of Crimeheim
Crime novelist Ingrid Noll leads visitors through Wein-heim on an audio guide tour
The German Pharmacy Museum in Heidelberg provides insights into the history of pharmacy.
Experiencing peace and quiet
Jaroslaw Krzewicki runs a guesthouse in the former convent in Esthal.
The floating church
Shipping on the Rhine and Neckar rivers with the ship pastor Anne Ressel
A house that opens up spaces
How the barac project attracts artists to Mannheim
The Mayer private brewery in Oggersheim brews beer in the traditional way.
High up, deep down
Paying a visit to the Geozentrum Tromm in the Odenwald
A playful journey into the past
Uwe Groll recreates the world of the Bing company in the Freinsheim Toy Museum.
Saving a piece of history
The Haus zum Maulbeerbaum building embodies Landau’s history.
A dialect trail leading through the Odenwald
Travelling along the Mundartweg dialect trail from Neckarelz to Hardheim
An adventure below ground
Paying a visit to the Marie in der Kohlbach mine near Weinheim
Into the blue
Anne and Matthias Gaul have planted large fields of lavender in Grünstadt-Asselheim.
The Gleisweiler health shower
An unusual piece of the history of medicine waits for you in Hainbachtal.
Where the water buffalo graze
An association in southern Hesse is campaigning for these massive landscape keepers
A bridging house
A place for art: The house at the weir footbridge in Heidelberg
The bee whisperer
Honey from the Odenwald: the Willared Organic Apiary
Between merry-go-grounds and wolf enclosures
Discovering the Kurpfalz-Park near Wachenheim
On the alpaca farm on Pferchelhang in Heidelberg
Germersheim tells us the history of locomotion.
What the “bleat” is going on?!
The Meckerei in Landau makes delicious products from goat’s milk
The world of sounds from Mannheim’s Jungbusch
We pay a visit to the OMM Orientalische Musikakademie Mannheim
Chambers packed with curiosities
The Langbein Museum in Hirschhorn displays local history in a unique way
For the love of paper
In Mannheim, Annette Schrimpf runs one of the last bookbinderies in the region.
Four walls and a patch of land
Paying a visit to the Eiermann-Magnani-Haus in Buchen.
We follow the Pawasserat family into the ice sports centre in Mannheim
Princely music’s in the air
The hall for courtly music in Mannheim Palace
Stollen varieties made in the Odenwald
Paying a visit to Siegfried Brenneis, a Stollen sweet-bread baker from Mudau
The Palatinate Christmas Miracle
An interview with Helmuth Bischoff about his book on mangers in the Palatinate
Insanely beautiful art
The Prinzhorn collection in Heidelberg
A visit to the Ludwigshafen Dampfnudel frying shop.
Memories coined in enamel
We go on a journey through time in the Little Museum for Old Shops and Advertisements in Hammelbach
Ellen Müller and Rainer Stadler founded the ‘Quittenprojekt Bergstraße.’
A good vintage
Priest Bernhard Braun works an old vineyard with the Deidesheim parish youth.
Where light dances on concrete
The EinTanzHaus gives Mannheim’s Trinitatiskirche church a new lease of life
Taking a pram through the Palatinate Forest
Gliding from time to time
How Gerhard Weickenmeier has equipped the Rietburgbahn near Edenkoben for the future
Pitching in the wilderness
Going on a trekking tour in the Palatinate Forest
Biking and riddling
The Smart Pfad track in the Odenwald explains how the world works.
Uphill towards magnificent views
Riding on a mountain bike through the vineyards and woods of the Southern Palatinate.
On your way, without limitations
Out and about on the Camino Incluso with the wheelchair user Mitsch Schreiner along the Bergstraße route
Well brought up in the world of birds
Harald Kranz is committed to fostering indigenous birds in the Dannhecker Wald forest—using a special trick.
Flying through town
Tim Weickenmeier practices parkour and trains others to learn this skill in Mannheim
The Heidelberger Zuckerladen sweet shop has a lot to offer beyond pick and mix.