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Henry Heidelberg Tours
I provide exclusive, private tours of the many interesing sites and things to do in Heidelberg, Germany. From wine tasting in the cellar of the Heidelberg Castle to following the footsteps of Goethe along the stunning ‘Philosophenweg’ hiking trail, it’s my pleasure to lead private tour groups of all sizes through this unique and beautiful city.
Explore, ‘the most beautiful Town in Germany’ – it’s charming Old Town, famous Castle, it’s ancient University (1386 AD) & it’s ideal location surrounded by forests.
French Style combined with German organization makes Alsace a truly special place to visit. Visit remarkable Strasbourg & it’s stunning Gothic Cathedral & don’t miss the exceptional country-side & oodles of pretty villages.
We had a wonderful experience with Henry on our bike tour today. From the first email to walking us back to our rental apartment after the tour Henry was accommodating and helpful. He went out of his way to find appropriately sized bikes for our...More
My sisters and I were very lucky to have Henry Cottam as our guide during our private tour of Heidelberg. We had no set agenda other than to familiarize ourselves with some of the highlights of the city. Henry did just that, sharing his knowledge...More
What a wonderful day with Henry. Fabulous cruise in the sunshine down the river from our hotel, Heidelberg Marriott, to the Old Town followed by an informative tour and lunch in the main square in front of the Town Hall. After lunch a walk up...More
Our visit to Heidelberg was made even more special by bi-lingual Henry chauffeuring us to the Riesling wineries and other places we would never have found using his extensive knowledge of both the Old Town and the New Town. His tours are first rate, we...More
My family and I were in Heidelberg for the day on a Viking River Cruise. They requested that we find us a private tour guide, and I am so glad they did and that I found Henry. We had a last minute vessel change and...More
My father was stationed at the old Sullivan Barracks back in the mid-60s and it was always a place I wanted to visit one day. My wife and I had just concluded our first 10-day trip to Europe and we decided to spend an extra...More