If you search in Google the things to do in Heilbronn, the funny thing is to find things to do in cities nearby, that is why I am creating this blogpost to share my tips about this wonderful small german city.
Heilbronn has different places to visit, although it is not a big city in comparison to Munich or Hamburg, there are some nice spots that can be visited.
As any other german city, the center is the main area to visit. Heilbronn was almost fully affected in WWII, and therefore plenty of the buildings had to be renewed.
Kilianskirche in the city center is one of the main buildings to see, and just in front is the Rathaus. If you walk all the area, there will be plenty of restaurants and ice cream shops where you can stop by.
You can even try to use the stairs of the different towers and see the city from above, like the Hafenmarktturm.
If you go in direction to Pfühlpark, you can stop by at the Trappensee. There is a beergarden and restaurants that offerent different foods such as asian, pizza, and the classical pommes.
Along the Neckar river, you can walk by until you reach the Götzenturmbrücke, where there is also the Liebespunkt, where several couples have added their lock on the bridge.
One recent area that was developed in the city was were the BUGA was. The area has some cafeteria and a small pond. Of course that area was so much better when the national event was going on.
Going a little bit outside the city, you can go up Wartberg, where you can catch up really nice views of the city as well as sunsets. There is also a more complicated bench to reach at Wartberg, the Lemppruhe, where you will have view as well of Weinsberg, the town next to Heilbronn.
Also, going in direction to Leingarten, you can visit Heuchelberger Warte. There you can have an amazing view of the vineyards that surround Heilbronn.