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When your bus arrives to Karlsruhe, you might be a little bit surprised as Karlsruhe is one of the few German cities that does not have a medieval district. But this is one of its elements that makes Karlsruhe a refreshing city with a unique character. The city therefore steers far away from any medieval sagas; instead you can experience a rich, cultural way of life filled with many theaters and open-air concerts, countless exhibitions and street-festivals. Regardless of why you have chosen to take your bus to Karlsruhe, you can relax knowing that FlixBus will get you from A to B no problem at all.
From the “Residenzschloss,” there are 32 different streets and roads which radiate throughout Karlsruhe, creating almost a fan like image full of countless opportunities. For our bus passengers who want to see this unique baroque structure in its entirety, then a trip to the top of the castle tower is definitely recommended. In the “Residenzschloss” you will find the Baden State Museum which is the largest museum of cultural history in Baden-Wuerttemberg, a museum worth visiting when your bus arrives to Karlsruhe. Two of the most important courts in Germany are located in Karlsruhe’s city area – the federal Constitutional Court and the Supreme Court. The building of the Supreme Court is definitely worth a visit and will inspire lovers of classical architecture. The court is located in Erzgrossherzoglichen Palais and thus reflects the architectural style of the late 19th Century in a grandiose manner. While Karlsruhe’s city center offers an impressive shopping district and countless dinning opportunities, the wide variety of museums also invites those wanting to explore cultural aspects to depart with their money. The center of art and media technology, (ZKM for short), is one of the most well-known media centers in Germany. The striking building is not only the Museum of Contemporary Art but also the cities most impressive gallery. A unique metropolis city fits with this fancy, exotic landmark in an intriguing way. But there is no end to this city, in the middle of the neoclassic market square you can visit the new town hall or the city's evangelical church and dine in one of the many restaurants, all perched in view of a large stone pyramid. This monument was erected in 1823 and commemorates the father of the city, Markgraf Karl Wilhelm, who is buried here.
If it wasn’t for the late Karl-Wilhelm having lived in the 18th Century, then a bus journey to Karlsruhe today would lead our bus passengers to the Hardt forest. The Margrave of Baden-Durlach built his new residence in this forest in 1715. But why? According to legend, he was asleep during a hunting horseback ride and he had a dream about a magnificent castle. The dream soon became reality, a reality that you can see as soon as your bus arrives to Karlsruhe’s main station.
Bus travel to Karslruhe may mean that you will have the chance to experience the international Haendel festival - the most important cultural event of the city for many decades. Karlsruhe is also the home of one of Germany’s largest “Christopher Street Days.” Another must see highlight of the city is the open air festival “Das Fest” which attracts thousands of visitors every year - bus travel to festivals such as this one, has become a modern alternative to train travel.
The Karlsruhe Rhine ports are amongst the biggest inland ports in Germany. When you choose your bus travel to take you to Karlsruhe you will discover there are many sights to explore! The outskirts of the city are perfect for relaxing and enjoying the countless ships that can be seen in the port. A trip with the MS Karlsruhe is a must when your bus travel takes you to Karlsruhe, as an overview of the beautiful Karlsruhe port should not be missed!
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