Mannheim, in Germany, is the third largest city in the country's Baden-Württemberg region. Home to the world famous Mannheim Palace, tourists flock to this city on the Rhine to enjoy the fabulous architecture and warm climate. Mannheim does not have an international airport, but can be easily reached from Frankfurt International Airport on a direct flight from major European cities such as London, Amsterdam and Paris. British Airways run the most frequent service from London, with regular flights departing from Heathrow and London City. If you're looking for a cheap flight to Mannheim via Frankfurt, it's easy to find one using our online flight comparison tool. Just enter the dates you wish to travel and select the best deal on a cheap flight from the results.Mannheim is famed for its unusual block or square layout and no street names; navigating can therefore be quite a challenge, but locals will always offer a helping hand.
Germany is famous for its fast and efficient public transport, therfore you'll find it easy to navigate the city using local buses and trams. The area is also very scenic and journeys by foot or bicycle are very rewarding. Otherwise, there are car hire facilities at Frankfurt airport and a couple around the town as well.This city is packed with striking landmarks, and there's a lot to see, so you'll need to plan your days carefully. No trip to the city would be complete without a visit to its official landmark, the water tower. The historic tower is an emblem if the Art Nouveau movement in Germany, and is set in a the grounds of a pleasant park and rose garden. The old palace, now part of the local university is also is beautiful example of period architecture in the area.