Our fares

A trip on the Heidelberg funicular railways is a special experience. The funicular railways are a real attraction for the tourists and residents of Heidelberg, and as such they are not part of a comprehensive public transport network - they are operated independently by Heidelberger Straßen- und Bergbahn on behalf of Stadtbetriebe Heidelberg local transport services. Because of this the fares are not the same as for RNV tickets, for instance. The prices take into account factors such as that the Heidelberg funicular railway is one of the longest in Germany, and the fact that you can travel not only on one of the most modern trains, but also on one of the oldest with original railcars dating back to 1907.

Lower funicular (Kornmarkt-Castle-Molkenkur) / Schlossticket

Upper funicular (Königstuhlticket: Molkenkur-Königstuhl)

Panoramaticket (both railways: Kornmarkt-Castle-Molkenkur-Königstuhl)

Tickets are available at all stations. Tickets for pre-school groups, groups of 120+, as well as family tickets and other concessions can only be purchased at the counter.

Concession rules and terms of transportation for the funicular railways.


An amazing experience at any time of year

Four stations, plenty of possibilities. Photos and information.
Four stations, plenty of possibilities. Photos and information.

Special trips

If we possibly can, we will arrange special trips outside of normal operating hours. Contact us on +49 (0)6221/513-2150 or e-mail us at info@swhd.de to find out more.

Fares and timetable at a glance


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