domicil Residenz Hotel Bad Aachen

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Lutticher Strasse 27, Aachen, North Rhine-Westphalia, 52064, Germany
domicil Residenz Hotel Bad Aachen
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Aachen to Bremen

by pnrajesh76

Which are the possible modes of transport from Aachen to Bremen? What are the ticket rates and the duration of travel?

Re: Aachen to Bremen

by yvr

Travel time is about 4 hours 15 minutes with one change of train, book on the DB website in advance and you can purchase a 2nd class ticket for as low as 29 euros.

Re: Aachen to Bremen

by HansDK

Train. Savings fares are available from EUR 29 when booked well in advance (max 89 days). These tickets are limited, non refundable, non exchangeable and bound to the train for which they are bought. Normal one-way fare is EUR 67-69. Travel time is 4:23.

Timetables and bookings: http://reiseauskunft.bahn.de/bin/query.exe/en

Re: Aachen to Bremen

by yvr

To the poster above, why do you repeat what has been mostly said above your post?

Travel Tips for Aachen

Seal of Karl the Great (Charlemagne)

by Leipzig

Karl the Great was born south of Aachen in 747. In 768 he became King of Germany. As he became older, and influenced by what he had seen of the great buildings in Rome, he began to design and build many beautiful Cathedrals all over central Germany to include the Aachener Dom, and K?lner Dom. Karl the Great could not write and so he draw a golden line and his secretary draw the rest (black part) around.

In the city you find many yellow dots in a row on the pavement. Follow them and when you come across a big dot with such a seal inside you are next to a important sight.

Three Ladies with Umbrellas

by Mariajoy

I'm guessing these represent "Ladies who shop" as this statue was situated on busy shopping street of Mefferdatisstrasse ( I think). Anyway... they would certainly need their umbrellas on the day we visited!!

Horses Everywhere

by hquittner

We could hardly have missed them. They were placed in front of many locations in the Old Town. We even saw one in front of the Registry Office in Monschau. Some looked real, others were fanciful. The fine knick-knack stores carried ceramic versions for sale (and other animals). There were some outdoor figures that were of other animals too and in one place there was a square with a modern statue (not temporary) of a horse and trainer (?). We assumed that much of this was in the spirit of the CHIO (International Equestrian competitions).

Student Recreation

by staindesign

I saw people smoking marijuana around Aachen. Perhaps part of the reason being the location to the Netherlands and also people don't make a big deal out of small things. I remember growing up in the US, of course everyone trys or sees others trying marijuana. In general, the memories i have of my teenage and early 20's people smoked looking for the high using enitrely all marijuana for the cigarette. While I was in Germany most people mixed a bit with tabacco. I noticed many people rolled their own cigarettes and no one ever was "high". It was a relaxed situation and normal. I was told it is illegal and if caught the police can punish them for the offense. Yet. no one was alarmed and most people even smoked while walking down the streets.

Xmas Market

by Pdr28

The Xmas Markets (Weinachtsmarkt) are both good and bad. the bad side is the latge tour groups that arrive. Groups of begian school children on a day out to English shoppers- Aachen being the last stop on the tourist bus route back to UK. But if you can avoid the weekend it can be fun experience

The good side is the variety of wares for sale. In particular I liked the ceramic houses that you put a tea-light candle in, the wooden biscuit moulds and of course the printen

The markets are held in front of and behind the town hall. If you don't know where to go just follow all the day trippers walking there from the train station ;-)

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