Sunday, 6/16/2024
at 2:00 PM

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The Palatinate has always been blessed by Mother Nature. The Romans recognized this around 2000 years ago and brought not only the wine culture but also the first southern plants here. Through the spa park, the path leads us to special trees, shrubs, and other plants in the footsteps of garden culture. We see the impressive graduation tower and learn about Bad Dürkheimer salt. At the Mandel terrace, there are exciting and informative things about the almond, and finally, we visit the otherwise closed Michaelskapelle. The guided tour also sheds light on some of the city's sustainable projects. To make the things seen and heard more tangible, fine, deliberately selected "seductions" are served along the way for refreshment. A delight for all senses!
Note: Careful, the "seductions" contain alcohol in part!

Duration: approx. 2.5 hours
Meeting point: in front of the Tourist Information
Number of participants: min. 8 to max. 25 people
Registration required until Friday, June 14, 2024.
The date may be canceled due to a lack of participants.

Event data provided by: Reservix