The Heilbronn district in the state of Baden-Württemberg is characterized by its ancestors, or in other words by its culture and heritages.
Heilbronn District Map
Cities, Towns & Villages in the Heilbronn District
- Bad Friedrichshall
- Bad Rappenau
- Bad Wimpfen
- Erlenbach (Heilbr.)
- Gundelsheim am Neckar
- Hardthausen am Kocher
- Lauffen am Neckar
- Neuenstadt am Kocher
- Nordheim (Württemberg)
More than 13% of the Heilbronn district consists of Nature Reserve. You know what that means… Rarities and biotopes are protected (but can be discovered via marked routes), and in freely accessible areas you’ll feel free to simply enjoy pure nature accompanied by flying and twitting birds.
Highlights of the district are certainly its towns such as Bad Friedrichshall, Bad Rappenau, and Bad Wimpfen — all of which are unique and stimulating with their Health and Spa Centers (Kurbäder), gardens, vineyards, museums, monuments, and lots of festivities showing off the Kraichgau culture.
Eppingen must be on your itinerary, showing off the beauty of the Kraichgau with its majestic half-timbered buildings.
Then, of course, there is the city of Heilbronn. Although not counting to it politically (it’s located right in the middle and namegiver of the district), it has as well photogenic buildings and beautiful, historical sights.