Schlosspark Kurhotel - Aachen

Adele Weidtman Strasse 87-93, Aachen, North Rhine-Westphalia, D-52072, Germany
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Forum Posts

Safe parts of the city?

by RNDGarrison

My family (husband, self, and 2 year-old son) will be in Aachen on business for 3 months this fall. I'm attempting to find a furnished apartment in an area that is both safe for myself and son, and convenient for my husband to the University of Aachen. The best place I've found so far is at Neustraße 41-43
52066 Aachen, about 5km from the University hospital. Questions:

1. Is this a safe area that I could walk with my son to the store, bus stations, etc.?

2. Is this a feasible distance to my husbands work to bike or ride the bus?

I greatly appreciate any help, suggestions, or advice.

Re: Safe parts of the city?

by MacedonianUK

I live in aachen if you have more specific questions send me an E-mail and I answer them all.
For 3 months stay best is to get room(s) in the apart hotel, which is furnished with small kitchenette. In Germany the apartments do not have any furnishings, no kitchen or light fittings. It is not economic to buy furniture for only 3 months stay. Ther is Apart hotel on Susterfeld strasse and is walking distance to the University area, also there is bus lines to take you around the city.The address you just pointed out on the forum is next street where I live. which is 10min walk from the Main Train station in the part of Aachen called Burtscheid....
NOTE: when you are looking for apartmant you have to look for 3 room apartmant which means 2 bedrooms & sitingroom, plus kitchen & bathroom.
chek www.imobilienscout24.de and put details in the search engine; m2 you need, number of rooms, price and area..
NOTE: you have cold & warm rent cold is without gas, electricity & water and warm is when all is included...
But do send me e-mail and I will help you as much as I can.
MacedonianUK

Re: Safe parts of the city?

by MacedonianUK

BTW Laurensberg & Burtschide parts of Aachen are family oriented and very safe.
Near by is an REWE supermarket,bank,both about 20m from the address, buses going to the city,doctor surgery, kindergarten for your child,baker, swimming pool, library and more...

Travel Tips for Aachen

Charlemagne monument

by m-joy

Right in the middle of the Marktplatz you find a statue in combination with a fountain of Charles the Great (Charlemagne) who lived in Aachen in the 8th and 9th century and was the most famous emperor of this ages in Europe.

Taking the waters

by sandysmith

The Elisenbrunnen was named after crown princess Elisabeth, the wife of King Friedrich Wilhelm IV. It was she who made it fashionable to "take the waters" and influenced the aristocracy and the famous to come to Aachen. Today you can try the waters too ... but be warned it tastes foul!

Stilt Sculpture

by sandysmith

some of the modern art work of Aachen is scattered around in quiet corners of the city - like this stilt sculpture. Just a few steps away from the cathedral was this quiet secluded new housing development with this sculpture in its courtyard. So explore all thiose nooks and crannies of the city - you never know what you may come across.

Aachener Printen

by Imaniac

The local delicassy in Aachen are the printen. These are delicious cookies that are comparable with gingerbread. They are quite hard, although some harder than others. And tehy come in all kinds. You have them with nuts, chocolate, frosting etc. They're great for dipping in coffee.

Try to speak German but don't...

by Michelle_T

Try to speak German but don't be offended when EVERYONE speaks to you in English (if you're English speaking of course!!). Accept that there may be a slight tension ( usually jovial! ) between the Germans and the Dutch - especially in times of big football games!

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