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The Best Bars In Heidelberg, Germany

The Best Bars In Heidelberg, Germany
Τhe picturesque city of Heidelberg, built on the shores of Neckar, used to be the center of German romanticism and is the place where the first German university was established. Nowadays, it is a highly preferred tourist destination with a number of attractions, like the Altstadt and the palace. Here’s our guide to some of Heidelberg’s best bars.
Pub interior space Courtesy of O’ Reilly’s Irish Pub

Vetter’s Alt Heidelberger Brauhaus

Vetter’s is famous for brewing the world’s strongest beer at 33% alcohol content: the great Vetter 33 ale. Located very close to the shores of Neckar river, this bar offers friendly service, great snacks and food (try the mixed salads, the sausages and the schnitzels) and an endless variety of beers.

Live music night Courtesy of O’ Reilly’s Irish Pub

P11 Cafe-Bar

This is a friendly hotspot on Bahnhofstrasse, open all day long. This bar has some interesting lunch options and a quality selection of beers and drinks.

St Patrick’s day Courtesy of O’ Reilly’s Irish Pub


Sonderbar serves great beers and plays alternative rock music. There’s a great atmosphere and reasonable prices.


Jinx is a modern bar with club atmosphere, serving beers, drinks, cocktails and champagnes. A dynamic place, ideal for those who prefer intense nightlife, loud music, dancing and partying.

Karaoke night Courtesy of O’ Reilly’s Irish Pub

Mel’s Bar is synonymous with fun in the historic city of Heidelberg: a party atmosphere, great drinks and endless dancing.

Like any other city in the world, Heidelberg also has its authentic Irish pub. O’ Reilly’s serves traditional Irish breakfast and meals, beers and drinks. It becomes especially crowded during the live music nights, the karaoke nights, as well as the nights when sport events are projected on the TVs.

Special shots Courtesy of O’ Reilly’s Irish Pub