Waldhotel Forsthaus Remstecken

Forsthaus Remstecken, Koblenz, Rhineland-Palatinate, 56075, Germany
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Koblenz Station to TuS football Stadium & Tickets

by worldexpress

Hello. I'd like to know how I can get to the football stadium (Oberweis Stadium?) once I arrive at the Koblenz train station. Is taxi the only option? Any idea on fare? Bus option?

I'd like to catch TuS koblenz play but it's proving to be difficult to buy tickets online for foreigners. Are they usually sold out? Is it possible to get same day walk-up tickets at the stadium? I'd like to go to the 15Feb. game.

Thanks for any help!

Re: Koblenz Station to TuS football Stadium & Tickets


The distance is 1.3 kms from the main station in Koblenz (Hauptbahnhof), so in fact you could walk it easily.

I don't know about tickets. If you want to buy online, you need to go to http://www.tuskoblenz.de/index2.php?&nav=.4 and then click on the big blue letters "Hier geht es weiter zum Ticketshop". On the next (external) website you need to make an account first: http://www.ixticket.de/system/online_api/?profile=62&do=1

After that, I don't know what happens, because obviously, I didn't make an account.

In order of fields you have to fill out:

E-mail address
Confirm Password
First name
Last name
Street and house number
Postal code

Re: Koblenz Station to TuS football Stadium & Tickets


For a map on how to walk:
For departure put in: Koblenz-HBF and for arrival: Altlöhrtor 15

For any queries I would suggest to write to them: post@tuskoblenz.de

Re: Koblenz Station to TuS football Stadium & Tickets

by Elena77

There will be shuttle buses leaving from Koblenz main station to Oberwerth Stadium prior to TuS home games (the service starts 2 hours before the match and it is for free, as far as I know). There also is regular public transport. Bus #1 leaves from the main station and will take you to Oberwerth, too. You could also take a taxi, it's just a bit more than 2 km and so it should not cost more than 5 to 7 Euros.
Please note: Oberwerth Stadium is NOT at Altlöhrtor (see previous post), this is the address of the club's administrative office. The stadium is located at:
Jupp-Gauchel-Str. 10
56075 Koblenz

About tickets: I would suggest buying them in advance. I suppose that the match against St. Pauli will be completely sold out.

If you should need any more detailed info or assistance in buying tickets, do send me an email.


Re: Koblenz Station to TuS football Stadium & Tickets


Thank you Elena. Sorry to cause confusion.
I am interested where you found this info because on the official TuS website I could not find it. (don't want to check you, it's just to see if I missed something because I searched quite well :-))))

Re: Koblenz Station to TuS football Stadium & Tickets

by Elena77


the TuS home page actually IS a bit confusing.
To find the address of the stadium you'll have to click at "Verein" and then at "Stadion". Then you'll see "Details zum Stadion Oberwerth".


Re: Koblenz Station to TuS football Stadium & Tickets


Geeez :-)
My German should be quite sufficient, this is obviously a website navigation thing :-)

Travel Tips for Koblenz

lots of Schaengelchen across the city of Koblenz

by globetrott

Take a look down, when walking through Koblenz and you will see one of the most famous symbols of Koblenz shown at the canal-covers :
Schaengel / Schaengelchen is the name of this little boy, that you may see standing on a fountain, spitting water at everbody, coming too close or at the wrong time...
The expression dates back to the time, when Koblenz belonged to France ( 1794-1814), when plenty of boys got the name JEAN, but the local people could not pronounce it correctely and called them SCHANG.
Make sure to see the real Schaengelchen on its fountain as well, it is not far from Jesuitenplatz !

Muenster-Maifeld - combine it with Burg Eltz

by globetrott

Muenster-Maifeld is just a tiny detour on your way to Burg Eltz. It is a lovely little town of maybe 8000 inhabitants that has a lot of interesting half-timbered houses and a church that looks a bit strange and very un-usual, also inside. The church-tower looks more like a fortified castle-tower and the church has many great details inside as well. You may enter the church freely and without restrictions during the day, a large parking is next to it !


Muenster-Maifeld is in a total distance of maybe 22 km from Koblenz, on the way from Hatzenport in the Mosel-valley to castle Eltz - about 12 km off the river Mosel.

Beer & Cakes

by steventilly about Somewhere In Boppard

Anyone who met me on this trip will know how much I like to try the cakes and the beers of a place, and I don't care if I mix the two. Boppard was no exception, and at this cafe in the main square I had a quite ridiculously large beer and an equally ridiculously small cake, so small it didn't even make it into a picture and was inhaled in one go. Beer & Cake.

The Statue at the Deutsches Eck

by blackburns

They are statues but none like the one at the point where the Rhine meet the Mosel. Not only its size but how many statues can you climb up inside. The view not only from the statue but from the surrounding area are breathtaking. Make sure you check out the three standing wall panels taken from the fall of the Berlin Wall.


by Ewingjr98

Originally built in the 11th Century, Ehrenbreitstein, has been greatly expanded and modernized to its present appearance, dating from the 1800s. Most interesting to Americans might be that this fortress was the headquarters of the American Occupation Army after World War I. The fortress houses a restaurant, museum, and a huge terrace overlooking the city and the rivers.

You can get to Ehrenbreitstein by driving, by boat, or by a chairlift that only operates May through October.

The chairlift is actually called the "Sesselbahn" in German. It is located on the back side of the fortress hidden from view from the city. You can take the train to Koblenz Ehrenbreitstein station, then walk or take Bus 8 or 9 a short distance up Charlottenstrasse.

Another option is the passenger ferry (personenfahre) from the Centrum (it leaves from Konradstrasse just south of the Deutsches Eck) across the river to the park south of Ehrenbreitstein. From here it is a quick walk north on Hofstrasse to Charlottenstrasse to the chairlift.

The chairlift phone number is +49 (0) 261 73766 and it runs from Easter through October.

There are also buses running directly from the Deutches Eck to the top of the fortress.


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