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We wanted tea and cake but BEWARE - BOOKING IS ESSENTIAL. So we ended up paying 24 EUROS for a short ride in a lift to a STATIONARY viewing platform (ONLY THE RESTURANT REVOLVES). The view is ok but not worth the money. MAKE SURE...More
It 's a really nice experience to see the skyline from the Tower
A quick lift takes you at the restaurat where you can have a complete meal or only a coffee with a slice of cake.
The upper of the Tower turns round slowly...More
Seeing all of Mannheim and its surroundings from up above is definitely a nice expirience for locals, but I can't say if the view is similarly fascinating for tourists. The prices for the elevator and the cafe are pretty expensive.
The cafe is proudly old-fashioned...More
The fernmeldeturm is nearly 160m high and houses a viewing gallery at the top where you can see the city of Mannheim. The views are not as good as some of the other old cities of Germany. The rotating restaurant serves a 7 course meal...More
if you are visiting Luisenpark, you can dpor off there to see the city from above, i didn't go to restaurant, just the observing deck, few people were there so i could just enjoy the view, green parks and the river
It was a cloudy day with some short showers but also with sun. It turned out to be also a good day to get a great view over the city and enjoy a very quiet stay at the TV sightseeing deck...having it all for yourself....More
For 5 Euro you can enjoy the best views in Mannheim. It it's a 360 degree unblock view of both the downtown, Wein and Bergstraße. The lift takes a minute or two. On the floor one stairs up there is a revolving restaurant.
I have visited several towers in the world including Germany and all had, for instance, the ussual souvenirshop and central casregisters to buy the entrance tickets. But not this one; you enter through an empty central hal, walk thru an short empty corridor to the...More