Clinical MastersTM Program
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Heidelberg: TBA, Como: TBA, Barcelona: TBA
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Live surgery and hands-on with the masters in their own institutes plus online mentoring and on-demand learning at your own pace and location.

Clinical Masters Program Faculty

Fabio Scutellà
DDS

Matteo Invernizzi
DDS

Tiziano Testori
MD, DDS, FICD

Xavier Rodríguez Ciurana
MD, PhD

Xavier Vela Nebot
MD, DDS

Javier Pérez

Marius Steigmann
DMD, Phd

Olaf Daum

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Heidelberg: TBA, Como: TBA, Barcelona: TBA
a total of 11 days on location + online learning

Curriculum fee:
€4000 per session
€11900 for the entire program

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Participants must always be aware of the hazards of using limited knowledge in integrating new techniques or procedures into their practice. Only sound evidence-based dentistry should be used in patient therapy.

The detailed program of this course consists of three on-site sessions with live patient treatment hands on, plus online learning and mentoring under the Masters supervision.

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Marius Steigmann DMD, Phd

Dr. Marius Steigmann graduated in Dental Medicine in Neumarkt in 1987. He completed his studies at the University of Boston Center of Implantology. He is a Diplomate of the ICOI and an Educational officer of the DGOI. He has also received the medal of “Semmelweiss” Budapest University dental school dept. of oral and maxillofacial surgery. In 2005 Dr. Steigmann received his phd Summa cum laude from university of Neumarkt. He is the founder and Scientific chairman of “Update Implantologie Heidelberg” 2002-2011 and the founder and director of the “Steigmann Institute”.

Olaf Daum

Dr. Daum graduated at the Heidelberg University in 1998.

He runs a private practice in Leimen, Germany since 2001. In addition he works as a surgeon for dental implants and as senior lecturer at the Steigmann Institute in Neckargemünd, Germany. He is a member of several associations, such as DGOI, BDIZ, FIZ and ICOI.

Dr. Daum lectures extensively at national and international congresses. He is senior lecturer at the Steigmann Institute.

His focus is on soft tissue manipulation, bone grafting procedures and bio materials.

Xavier Rodríguez Ciurana MD, PhD

Degrees in Medicine and Surgery from Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona (UAB). Specialist in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery and Doctor of Medicine and Surgery (‘cum laude’) from the UAB with a thesis on pterygoid implants. Private practice in Cambra Clínic, Barcelona. Associate Professor at the European University of Madrid (UEM) and secretary of the Catalan-Balearic Society of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery since 2011. He has lectured in prominent national and international symposiums. He’s co-founder and member of the Borg with whom has carried out studies and published articles in leading international journals , focusing on crestal bone preservation and esthetics, which includes collaborations with Universities of Barcelona, Madrid, Kyoto, Turin, NY and Murcia.

Xavier Vela Nebot MD, DDS

Degrees in Dentistry and Medicine from the University of Barcelona (UB). Private practice in Barcelona, with exclusive dedication to implantology and prosthetics. He has lectured in prominent national and international symposiums. He’s co-founder and member of the Borg with whom has carried out studies and published articles in leading international journals , focusing on crestal bone preservation and esthetics, which includes collaborations with the Universities of Barcelona, Madrid, Kyoto, Turin, NY and Murcia.

Javier Pérez

Technical Specialist in Dental prosthesis. Qualified “ Santa Apolonia School”. Santiago de Compostela, Spain. Laboratory director “ Técnica Dental Studio VP SL”, specialising in Dental prosthesis in implants and aesthetics. Assistant Lecture in MA course in periodontology and implants, Odontology department of Santiago de Compostela University. International ORAL DESIGN CENTER Galicia. Member of DENTAL EXCELLENCE LABORATORY GROUP FELLOW ITI (Internacional Team for Implantology). Member of editorial committee magazine Quintessence Técnica. Participant in various research projects related with implantology and ceramics. Author of various articles in the field of implantology and ceramics

Fabio Scutellà DDS

Received his DDS degree (1991) from the University of Messina, Italy. He received his Certificate of Advanced Study in Prosthodontics at Boston University, H. M. Goldman School of Dental Medicine, USA, in 1999. He also received a Master of Science in Biomaterials at Boston University, H. M. Goldman School of Dental Medicine Restorative/Biomaterials Department, USA, in 1999. Dr. Scutellà has a private practice limited to Fixed Prosthodontics.

Matteo Invernizzi DDS

(Scientific Director: Tiziano Testori MD, DDS, FICD) Como, Italy. University of Paris V, France, “Cadaver Dissection Course” held by Jean François Gaudy MD and Tiziano Testori MD, DDS, FICD. He is an active member of the European Association of Osseointegration (EAO), the Italian Society of Oral Surgery and Implantology (SICOI), the Piezosurgery Academy For Advanced Surgical Studies. Dr. Invernizzi has a private practice in Milan limited to Implant Dentistry and Periodontology.

Tiziano Testori MD, DDS, FICD

Dr. Testori is the head of the Section of Implant Dentistry and Oral Rehabilitation Galeazzi Institute, University of Milan, Italy and the president of the Italian Society of Oral Surgery (SICO). He is also fellow of the “International College of Dentists” (FICD) and fellowship at the Division of Oral Maxillo-Facial Surgery, School of Medicine, University of Miami (2000).

Barcelona Session

Como Session

When we think of Como we think of the “City of silk”. Ties, scarves, soft home furnishings using traditional craftsmanship. Como has always been an area of intense activity, as it has acted over the centuries as a crossing point between Central Europe and the Mediterranean. The area around Lake Como has been appreciated for its beauty and uniqueness for ages, and even as early as the Roman Times. Its proximity to Lake Como and to the Alps has made Como a popular tourist destination and the city contains numerous works of art, churches, gardens, museums, theatres, parks and palaces.

Culture

Como is a cultural city. Great men have lived here, from Pliny the Elder and Alessandro Volta, to others like Manzoni and Stendhal, who featured Como in their works.

In Como, history and tradition are represented in the numerous museums and most famous monuments. But Como’s culture most definitely lives in the present. In Villa Olmo, you can see great masterpieces of the most famous artists are tastefully displayed. Whereas a wide range of conferences, events and concerts are held in Villa Erba and its grounds. In Como there are the following museums and exhibition centers: Museo Archeologico “P. Giovio” – Archeological museum, Museo Storico “Garibaldi” – a museum dedicated to Giuseppe Garibaldi, Tempio Voltiano – a museum devoted to Alessandro Volta’s work, Villa Olmo – various exhibitions, Museo Didattico Della Seta – Educational Silk Museum, Museo Liceo classico “A. Volta” – Scientific Museum.

Como Cuisine

Fish predominates in the restaurants on Lake Como . Polenta is a popular dish in Como, and was traditionally eaten for meals in winter time. It is obtained by mixing and cooking corn flour and buckwheat. Meat dishes are also on the menus, often pork, beef or chicken, rabbit and venison. You have a wide variety of choices when eating out on Lake Como. From small pizzeria’s to top-end, expensive restaurants, you can be sure to find a place that suits your budget and taste. A traditional dish is the Risotto con Filetti di Pesce Persico or simply Risotto al Pesce Persico (European Perch filet Risotto), a fish grown in Lake Como, prepared with white wine, onion, butter and wheat.

Lake Como Institute will be more than happy to assist you in making reservations to restaurants and bars in town.

Accomodation in Como

You can check in at Palace Hotel, a great place which offers 62 new ranovated rooms, 4 new junior suites with lake view, 2 executive rooms with view of the Cathedral, 38 double classic rooms with city view and 18 lake view rooms. Or you can try Hotel Barchetta Excelsior in Lake Como for a refined, modern and quiet environment. Splurge yourself at Albergo Firenze, in the pedestrian area of the centre of the city which guarantees relax and quietness, both distinctive features of the Hotel Firenze.

Sightseeing in Como

Churches.Como Cathedral: construction began in 1396 on the site of the previous Romanesque church of Santa Maria Maggiore. The interior is on the Latin cross plan, with Gothic nave and two aisles divided by piers, while the transept wing and the relative apses are from the Renaissance age. It includes a carved 16th century choir and tapestries on cartoons by Giuseppe Arcimboldi. San Fedele, a Romanesque church erected around 1120 over a pre-existing central plan edifice.The main feature is the famous Door of St. Fedele, carved with medieval decorations. Sant’Agostino, built by the Cistercians in the early 14th century, heavily renovated in the 20th. The interior and adjoining cloister have 15th-17th century frescoes, but most of the decoration is Baroque. The Romanesque basilica of Sant’Abbondio, consecrated in 1095 by Pope Urban II. The interior, with a nave and four aisles, contains paintings dating to the 11th century and frescoes from the 14th. San Carpoforo founded re-using a former temple of the God Mercury to house the remains of Saint Carpophorus and other local martyrs.

Secular buildings and monuments. Casa del Fascio, possibly Giuseppe Terragni’s most famous work. It has been described as an early “landmark of modern European architecture”. Villa Olmo, built from 1797 in neoclassicist style by the Odescalchi family. It housed Napoleon, Ugo Foscolo, Prince Metternich, Archduke Franz Ferdinand I, Giuseppe Garibaldi, and other eminent figures. It is now seat of exhibitions. Monumental Fountain also known as Volta’s Fountain, is a monument to Volta’s battery; it was designed by architect Carlo Cattaneo and painter Mario Radice and is a 9 m high cement combination of alternating spheres and rings. It is in the center of Camerlata square. Castello Baradello, a small medieval castle overlooking the town.

Other fun activities to do while visiting Como

Boat Trip. Take a boat tripon Lake Como to the picturesque villages that dot the shores of the lake, such as Bellagio, Varenna and Tremezzo. The boat stops in these villages and you can take a walk there and continue the trip with the next boat until you reach Como again.

Walk along the Waterfront. Como has a pleasant walkway along the water. It passes by the Tempio Voltiano, the war memorial , and several beautiful villas. The path is also pleasantly dotted with gellaterias.

Funicular Ride. Take the cable car to the tiny village of Brunate perched on the hills overlooking Como.

Bicycle Ride. Rent a bicycle and ride up the hill into Switzerland before descending to the beautiful Lake Lugano. Go ice skating at the Centro Sportivo Casate.

Horseriding. Take a walk on horseback in Bold textthe Parco Pineta di Appiano e Tradate . From Limido Comasco, just 25 minutes drive from Como both english and western style riding in beautiful woodlands with friendly English/French and Italian speaking guides.

Visit the Roman Stone and Strada Regia. Torno, one of the most picturesque villages perched on this lake shore , is the starting point for the itinerary to Piazzaga. Following the red arrows to the “strada regia” and the signs to Molina, Piazzaga/Massi avelli you will take the path along a mule track, along which you can find views on the lake, a Roman stone arch and a rich wildlife.

Beaches. Discover all the towns around Lake Como where you can spend a pleasant day on the lake with the possibility of swimming in the clear waters to enjoy a day of relax and fun. Lake Como is full of lidos and beaches.

Sightseeing around Como

Milan is a short distance away by train from Como S. Giovanni (40 minutes), bus or car (from 40 minutes depending on traffic). Lake Maggiore and Lake Lugano are near to Lake Como and similarly spectacular.

Como is right on the border with Switzerland. As Switzerland is not part of the European Union there is a possibility that you will be delayed by checks at the border, although these are infrequent and usually not rigorous.

Heidelberg Session

Heidelberg is a city in south-west Germany. The fifth-largest city in the State of Baden-Württemberg Heidelberg is part of the densely populated Rhine-Neckar Metropolitan Region. Heidelberg is a popular tourist destination due to its romantic and picturesque cityscape.

Old Heidelberg

Heidelberg was the center of the epoch of Romanticism in Germany. There was a famous circle of poets, such as Joseph von Eichendorff, Johann Joseph von Görres, Ludwig Achim von Arnim, and Clemens Brentano. The Romantik epoch of German philosophy and literature, was described as a movement against classical and realistic theories of literature, a contrast to the rationality of the Age of Enlightenment.

Heidelberg Cuisine

Heidelberg has a great variety of places to eat. You can get German, French, Italian, Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Thai, Indian. The cuisine within Heidelberg tends to be dominated by dairy produce, when compared to the somewhat meatier dishes within northern Germany, although grilled bratwurst sausages and snail soup are still fairly commonplace here. When dining out at Heidelberg's German-style restaurants, look out for the following dishes: Bibbeleskäs - locally produced cottage cheese, Brägele - fried slices of potato, Flädlesuppe - tasty broth with ribbons of pancake, Knöpfle - thick noodles, Schupfnudeln - potato-based pasta, Sauerkraut - sour, fermented shredded cabbage.
Heidelberg has plenty of dining options available and good food can be found within a variety of eateries, ranging from brewpubs and central pavement cafes, to historic taverns and gourmet restaurants. Freshwater fish also makes up much of the local menus, while those with a more international palate will find Italian, Chinese, Thai, and Mexican restaurants in good supply, amongst others.
A trip to Heidelberg wouldn't be complete without tasting the renowned German beers. To steep yourself in German beer and tradition, spend an evening in one of Heidelberg's historic student pubs, most of which are adorned with old photographs and memorabilia.
As refreshing as the beer is, locals know that as great as beer may be, it can't beat the wines that the Heidelberg region is known for. The city is located in the Baden wine-growing region, which produces many dry wines of high quality and is the origin of many of Germanys best Spätburgunders. Whatever is in the glass, if it originated in the region surrounding Heidelberg, you can be sure it is a quality wine.
The historic old city part of Heidelberg also contains plenty of fine dining and traditional Germany fare, including some of the city's best restaurants and brewhouses. Particularly notable in Heidelberg are those eateries located along both the Steingasse and the Untere Neckarstrasse, a number of which are housed in historic buildings dating back to the beginning of the 18th century. For cafes and lunchtime snacks, many of the public squares around this area Heidelberg are lined with cheap eats and outside tables, such as the Uniplatz and also the Marktplatz, off the Auf der Hauptstrasse.

Accomodation in Heidelberg

You can find accommodation in this wonderful city for every taste, no matter if you are looking for cheap accommodation in Heidelberg or if you want to stay in a luxury hotel.
You can find luxury accommodation in Heidelberg at Crowne Plaza Luxury Hotel Heidelberg, situated in the center of the historic university city. You can reach all of the city's sights, the Old Town and the congress centre Kongresshaus-Stadthalle Heidelberg within a few walking minutes.
You can stay at Hotel Europa Heidelberg , overlooking the city gardens, that is situated in the heart of the romantic university town of Heidelberg within walking distance of the Old Town, the University, the world-famous Castle and the conference centre.
You can also find accommodation at Vacation apartment Heidelberg - Winery Heidelberg, where you can find three new, modern holiday apartments for two to five people are available. All of them have a spacious, comfortably furnished living-room with Sat-TV, telephone and kitchen equipment, two separate bedrooms.

Entertainment in Heidelberg

Museums. The most prominent museums of Heidelberg are for instance the Carl Bosch Museum which shows life and work of chemist and Nobel Prize-winner Carl Bosch. Then there is the Documentation and Culture Centre of German Sinti and Roma describing the Nazi genocide of the Sinti and Roma peoples. The Kurpfälzisches Museum (Palatinate Museum) offers a great art collection and some Roman archeological artifacts from the region. The museums of Heidelberg are mostly located along or close to the Hauptstrae so that they are within walking distance. Germanys oldest university has some small museums like the collection of antique exhibits the Antikenmuseum, the University-Museum, the Studentenkarzer (a historic prison especially for
Theaters. In Heidelberg they have a surprising amount of theatres, given the size of the city. This is certainly due to the university and the students. The Theater der Stadt Heidelberg, the municipal theater, offers the standard programme like dramas, operas, and dance-theatres. Beside the municipal theatre Heidelberg has a lot of private ones, a dance-theatre, a theatre in the university and cultural theatres. For more than 10 years, an amateur-theatre in an old factory, the Taeter-Theater produces modern and unconventional dramas. In the Old town is another theatre located, the Volksbühne. The faculty for languages at the University has its own "basement" theatre, the Romanischer Keller that performs for an audience of students and other interested people.
Nightlife. Heidelberg is vivacious and full of life. Nighttime revelers have an endless array of ways and places to congregate, from rustic student pubs to nightclubs, jazz clubs, and music clubs. Pub Mile "Untere Strasse" is reminiscent of a Mediterranean old-town alleyway. Unusual boutiques are side by side with novel student pubs, and night life pulsates here throughout the week. On Market Square in Heidelberg, "Max Bar" introduces an atmosphere of authentic Parisian charm. Artists, students, workmen and academicians come to Max Bar not only for coffee and the daily papers but also in the evening, when the pace picks up.

What about Shopping?

What's the fun in traveling if you can't bring home some local delights to show off? The Hauptstraße in Heidelberg is known for its shopping. The Altstadt is home to a third of all the shops in Heidelberg. So while you are enjoying the Altstadt, you will also be supporting local merchants.

Home to some of the most attractive shopping precincts in Germany, many of the shops in the city stand alongside pavements cafes, bars, restaurants and bistros, providing you with plenty of opportunity to take a break, sit at an outside table and watch the other shoppers passing by.
Further shopping can be found along the winding side streets of Heidelberg's Old Quarter, with shops being particularly plentiful along the Untere Strasse and also around the Heiliggeistkirche church. Ranging from antiques stores and art galleries, to jewellery and clothing outlets, many affordable and quirky souvenirs are on offer in this part of the city.

Sightseeing in Heidelberg

There are a lot of interesting places to visit during your stay in Heidelberg.
The marketplace, with Town Hall on the left, Heidelberg's old city centre from the castle above.
Heidelberg Castle with the Old Bridge
The "old town" on the south bank of the Neckar, dominated by the ruins of Heidelberg Castle, 80 metres above the Neckar on the steep wooded slopes of the Königstuhl.
The Main Street , a mile-long pedestrian street, running the length of the old town.
The Church of the Holy Spirit, a late Gothic church in the marketplace of the old town.
The Karls' gate is a triumphal arch in honor of the Prince Elector Karl Theodor, located at Heidelberg's east side.
The house Zum Ritter Sankt Georg is one of the few buildings to survive the War of Succession. Standing across from the Church of the Holy Spirit, it was built in the style of the late Renaissance.
Heidelberg Castle is a mix of styles from Gothic to Renaissance. Although the interior is in Gothic style, the King's Hall was not built until 1934. Today, the hall is used for festivities, dinner banquets, balls and theatre performances. During the Heidelberg Castle Festival in the summer, the courtyard is the site of open air musicals, operas, theatre performances, and classical concerts performed by the Heidelberg Philharmonics. The castle is surrounded by a park, where the famous poet Johann von Goethe once walked. The Heidelberger Bergbahn funicular railway runs from Kornmakt to the summit of the Königstuhl via the castle.
Philosophers' Walk. On the northern side of the Neckar is located the Heiligenberg (Saints' Mountain), along the side of which runs the Philosophers' Walk (German:Philosophenweg), with scenic views of the old town and castle. Traditionally, Heidelberg's philosophers and university professors would walk and talk along the pathway.
Heidelberg churches. There are many historical churches in Heidelberg and its environs. The Church of the Holy Spirit has been shared over the centuries since the Protestant Reformation by both Catholics and Protestants. It is one of the few buildings to survive the many wars during the past centuries. There is the Catholic Church of the Jesuits. Its construction began in 1712. It was completed with the addition of a bell tower from 1866–1872. The church is also home to the Museum für sakrale Kunst und Liturgie (Museum of Ecclesiastical Arts). The oldest church in Heidelberg is the St. Peter's Church (now Lutheran), built by early Christians sometime during the 12th century.
Located at the top of the Königstuhl hill and connected by a funicular railway, the family orientated Fairy Tale Park is suitable for children of all ages. Highlights include many themed areas and characters, an impressive playground and even some fun hobby horses.
The Heidelberg Bonsai Museum is home to around 100 specimen bonsai trees, with popular species including Japanese maples, zelkovas, beech, a ginkgo and several junipers. A number of the exhibits are planted as miniature forests, recreating nature in perfection.
The University Botanic Gardens are one of the true gems for plant lovers visiting Heidelberg and contain a rather diverse array of plant collections. Established at the end of the 16th century, the Botanic Gardens are amongst the oldest in Europe and therefore contain many impressive and mature specimens.

Heidelberg is a city in south-west Germany. The fifth-largest city in the State of Baden-Württemberg Heidelberg is part of the densely populated Rhine-Neckar Metropolitan Region. Heidelberg is a popular tourist destination due to its romantic and picturesque cityscape.

Old Heidelberg

Heidelberg was the center of the epoch of Romanticism in Germany. There was a famous circle of poets, such as Joseph von Eichendorff, Johann Joseph von Görres, Ludwig Achim von Arnim, and Clemens Brentano. The Romantik epoch of German philosophy and literature, was described as a movement against classical and realistic theories of literature, a contrast to the rationality of the Age of Enlightenment.

Heidelberg Cuisine

Heidelberg has a great variety of places to eat. You can get German, French, Italian, Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Thai, Indian. The cuisine within Heidelberg tends to be dominated by dairy produce, when compared to the somewhat meatier dishes within northern Germany, although grilled bratwurst sausages and snail soup are still fairly commonplace here. When dining out at Heidelberg's German-style restaurants, look out for the following dishes: Bibbeleskäs - locally produced cottage cheese, Brägele - fried slices of potato, Flädlesuppe - tasty broth with ribbons of pancake, Knöpfle - thick noodles, Schupfnudeln - potato-based pasta, Sauerkraut - sour, fermented shredded cabbage.
Heidelberg has plenty of dining options available and good food can be found within a variety of eateries, ranging from brewpubs and central pavement cafes, to historic taverns and gourmet restaurants. Freshwater fish also makes up much of the local menus, while those with a more international palate will find Italian, Chinese, Thai, and Mexican restaurants in good supply, amongst others.
A trip to Heidelberg wouldn't be complete without tasting the renowned German beers. To steep yourself in German beer and tradition, spend an evening in one of Heidelberg's historic student pubs, most of which are adorned with old photographs and memorabilia.
As refreshing as the beer is, locals know that as great as beer may be, it can't beat the wines that the Heidelberg region is known for. The city is located in the Baden wine-growing region, which produces many dry wines of high quality and is the origin of many of Germanys best Spätburgunders. Whatever is in the glass, if it originated in the region surrounding Heidelberg, you can be sure it is a quality wine.
The historic old city part of Heidelberg also contains plenty of fine dining and traditional Germany fare, including some of the city's best restaurants and brewhouses. Particularly notable in Heidelberg are those eateries located along both the Steingasse and the Untere Neckarstrasse, a number of which are housed in historic buildings dating back to the beginning of the 18th century. For cafes and lunchtime snacks, many of the public squares around this area Heidelberg are lined with cheap eats and outside tables, such as the Uniplatz and also the Marktplatz, off the Auf der Hauptstrasse.

Accomodation in Heidelberg

You can find accommodation in this wonderful city for every taste, no matter if you are looking for cheap accommodation in Heidelberg or if you want to stay in a luxury hotel.
You can find luxury accommodation in Heidelberg at Crowne Plaza Luxury Hotel Heidelberg, situated in the center of the historic university city. You can reach all of the city's sights, the Old Town and the congress centre Kongresshaus-Stadthalle Heidelberg within a few walking minutes.
You can stay at Hotel Europa Heidelberg , overlooking the city gardens, that is situated in the heart of the romantic university town of Heidelberg within walking distance of the Old Town, the University, the world-famous Castle and the conference centre.
You can also find accommodation at Vacation apartment Heidelberg - Winery Heidelberg, where you can find three new, modern holiday apartments for two to five people are available. All of them have a spacious, comfortably furnished living-room with Sat-TV, telephone and kitchen equipment, two separate bedrooms.

Entertainment in Heidelberg

Museums. The most prominent museums of Heidelberg are for instance the Carl Bosch Museum which shows life and work of chemist and Nobel Prize-winner Carl Bosch. Then there is the Documentation and Culture Centre of German Sinti and Roma describing the Nazi genocide of the Sinti and Roma peoples. The Kurpfälzisches Museum (Palatinate Museum) offers a great art collection and some Roman archeological artifacts from the region. The museums of Heidelberg are mostly located along or close to the Hauptstrae so that they are within walking distance. Germanys oldest university has some small museums like the collection of antique exhibits the Antikenmuseum, the University-Museum, the Studentenkarzer (a historic prison especially for
Theaters. In Heidelberg they have a surprising amount of theatres, given the size of the city. This is certainly due to the university and the students. The Theater der Stadt Heidelberg, the municipal theater, offers the standard programme like dramas, operas, and dance-theatres. Beside the municipal theatre Heidelberg has a lot of private ones, a dance-theatre, a theatre in the university and cultural theatres. For more than 10 years, an amateur-theatre in an old factory, the Taeter-Theater produces modern and unconventional dramas. In the Old town is another theatre located, the Volksbühne. The faculty for languages at the University has its own "basement" theatre, the Romanischer Keller that performs for an audience of students and other interested people.
Nightlife. Heidelberg is vivacious and full of life. Nighttime revelers have an endless array of ways and places to congregate, from rustic student pubs to nightclubs, jazz clubs, and music clubs. Pub Mile "Untere Strasse" is reminiscent of a Mediterranean old-town alleyway. Unusual boutiques are side by side with novel student pubs, and night life pulsates here throughout the week. On Market Square in Heidelberg, "Max Bar" introduces an atmosphere of authentic Parisian charm. Artists, students, workmen and academicians come to Max Bar not only for coffee and the daily papers but also in the evening, when the pace picks up.

What about Shopping?

What's the fun in traveling if you can't bring home some local delights to show off? The Hauptstraße in Heidelberg is known for its shopping. The Altstadt is home to a third of all the shops in Heidelberg. So while you are enjoying the Altstadt, you will also be supporting local merchants.

Home to some of the most attractive shopping precincts in Germany, many of the shops in the city stand alongside pavements cafes, bars, restaurants and bistros, providing you with plenty of opportunity to take a break, sit at an outside table and watch the other shoppers passing by.
Further shopping can be found along the winding side streets of Heidelberg's Old Quarter, with shops being particularly plentiful along the Untere Strasse and also around the Heiliggeistkirche church. Ranging from antiques stores and art galleries, to jewellery and clothing outlets, many affordable and quirky souvenirs are on offer in this part of the city.

Sightseeing in Heidelberg

There are a lot of interesting places to visit during your stay in Heidelberg.
The marketplace, with Town Hall on the left, Heidelberg's old city centre from the castle above.
Heidelberg Castle with the Old Bridge
The "old town" on the south bank of the Neckar, dominated by the ruins of Heidelberg Castle, 80 metres above the Neckar on the steep wooded slopes of the Königstuhl.
The Main Street , a mile-long pedestrian street, running the length of the old town.
The Church of the Holy Spirit, a late Gothic church in the marketplace of the old town.
The Karls' gate is a triumphal arch in honor of the Prince Elector Karl Theodor, located at Heidelberg's east side.
The house Zum Ritter Sankt Georg is one of the few buildings to survive the War of Succession. Standing across from the Church of the Holy Spirit, it was built in the style of the late Renaissance.
Heidelberg Castle is a mix of styles from Gothic to Renaissance. Although the interior is in Gothic style, the King's Hall was not built until 1934. Today, the hall is used for festivities, dinner banquets, balls and theatre performances. During the Heidelberg Castle Festival in the summer, the courtyard is the site of open air musicals, operas, theatre performances, and classical concerts performed by the Heidelberg Philharmonics. The castle is surrounded by a park, where the famous poet Johann von Goethe once walked. The Heidelberger Bergbahn funicular railway runs from Kornmakt to the summit of the Königstuhl via the castle.
Philosophers' Walk. On the northern side of the Neckar is located the Heiligenberg (Saints' Mountain), along the side of which runs the Philosophers' Walk (German:Philosophenweg), with scenic views of the old town and castle. Traditionally, Heidelberg's philosophers and university professors would walk and talk along the pathway.
Heidelberg churches. There are many historical churches in Heidelberg and its environs. The Church of the Holy Spirit has been shared over the centuries since the Protestant Reformation by both Catholics and Protestants. It is one of the few buildings to survive the many wars during the past centuries. There is the Catholic Church of the Jesuits. Its construction began in 1712. It was completed with the addition of a bell tower from 1866–1872. The church is also home to the Museum für sakrale Kunst und Liturgie (Museum of Ecclesiastical Arts). The oldest church in Heidelberg is the St. Peter's Church (now Lutheran), built by early Christians sometime during the 12th century.
Located at the top of the Königstuhl hill and connected by a funicular railway, the family orientated Fairy Tale Park is suitable for children of all ages. Highlights include many themed areas and characters, an impressive playground and even some fun hobby horses.
The Heidelberg Bonsai Museum is home to around 100 specimen bonsai trees, with popular species including Japanese maples, zelkovas, beech, a ginkgo and several junipers. A number of the exhibits are planted as miniature forests, recreating nature in perfection.
The University Botanic Gardens are one of the true gems for plant lovers visiting Heidelberg and contain a rather diverse array of plant collections. Established at the end of the 16th century, the Botanic Gardens are amongst the oldest in Europe and therefore contain many impressive and mature specimens.

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