Karlsruhe - become a fan of Benz’s birth city
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Getting around From Karlsruhe, you can travel to nearby cities and towns. Best price and travel duration below.
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While you're there
Karlsruhe, a 18th century german city near the french border
Built around an 18th-century palace, Karlsruhe has blossomed into a thriving university city in the Black Forest. Climb Karlsruhe Palace’s tower to see how the streets fan out from the palace gardens like bicycle spokes, giving the city its nickname Fan City.
The most famous place in Karlsruhe is the Pyramid’s Market. The amazing pyramid erected in 1823 is a symbol of the town and houses the gravestone of the count who founded Karlsruhe in 1715, Karl Wilhelm of Baden-Durlach.
Don’t leave the square without visiting the Protestant Church built in the 19th century in the classical style. You will feel like discovering a Greek Temple! If you are a botany lover, you will be wowed by the Botanical Garden located in the castle garden, close to the Orangery.
Karlsruhe offers a very bustling night life: head for the famous Hoepfner brasserie and its "biergarten" (beer garden) for an evening to remember.
Trains are a convenient way of reaching many towns and cities throughout Europe. The majority of cities in Europe have a minimum of one train station, while larger, more populated cities have two or more stations. Train stations, in general, are located in the heart of the city. Review the map below to get an idea of where the train station(s) in Karlsruhe can be found.
Address: Hauptbahnstraße 1 76227 Karlsruhe
Address: Südtiroler Platz 7 A-6020 Karlsruhe
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- "Too little, too expensive" Federico Ignacio j. 30/01/2014
The train is about right, but the price is not THAT good. You can always take a S-Bahn and get there for half the price and the same comfort and convenience (and double the time, of course)
- "Good trip!" Marco t. 21/01/2014
Comfortable and convenient thanks rail europe world!
- "On schedule" Chuh Tong k. 12/12/2013
As always, the train is tidy and clean. It is on schedule as well.
- "Yulia" Iuliia b. 11/11/2013
Got the tickets online and everything was perfect :) The only thing which bothered during our trip is noisy family and the next places, though this is not a deal of ReailEurope :)
- "Delay" Sevan n. 30/09/2013
40 min. delay is the worst side of my trip.
- "One missing thing" Oytun Oktay c. 02/07/2013
The trip was wonderful except the only missing thing, wi-fi connection. Wi-fi should be available at the whole train as using internet is not a "luxury" anymore. The distance between seats, kindness of the staff and the comfort overall was excellent. Thank you.
- "Berlin - Paris" Mohammad e. 15/05/2013
Hello, the train was good but there was a hug misarrangment in changing the trains! first, they asked us to take a train to go to Hannover from Berlin. Then we had to wait a lot till they attached another 3 couchet to the train waiting there and tehn waiting again to prepare the beds. After all, we had to negotiate to have our bed that was mentioned in our tickets!! I was shocked indeed. Hope it be the last...