Karlsruhe Transportation

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  • 1. Hauptbahnhof - the main train station

    The Karlsruhe Hauptbahnhof (Main Train Station), designed by August Stürzenacker, dates from 1913. It was build one kilometer South of the previous station, which was located at the Ettlinger...

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  • 2. Karlsruher Verkehrsverbund - KVV

    Karlsruhe's townscape would not be complete without the yellow trams. They take you (almost) everywhere in town and its surroundings. There is no better way of getting around. Trams travel every 10...

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  • 3. Baden-Airport

    Unfortunately, there are no direct flights from the North of England to Karlsruhe, so I had to catch a train from Sheffield to London Paddington (which was on time, but 20 minutes into the journey,...

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  • 4. Weisenbach-Wildpark Stadium

    In 1999 and 2002 we lived in Weisenbach 50km southeast from Karlsruhe. During four days every morning we went to Wildpark Stadium by our car to see...

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  • 5. DB Call-a-Bike

    Karlsruhe was only the sixth German city to get CallBikes -- the others being Berlin, Munich, Frankfurt am Main, Cologne and Stuttgart. (But Hamburg is coming...

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  • 6. Karlsruhe Welcome Card

    For my 3-day stay I bought the Karlsruhe Welcome Card for € 9,50. There is a dense tram system in Karlsruhe and although the city isn't that large, it saves a...

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  • 7. By tram

    You can go by tram almost everywhere in the city and also outside.Trams and many trains run on the same tracks. In fact, when I came back from Baden Baden I...

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  • 8. Karlsruhe's trams

    Karlsruhe is considered to have an exemplary public transport system, of which the trams are a key element. A large network of lines criss-crosses the city. At...

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  • 9. Using the trams

    The Karlsruhe tram (strassenbahn) and bus system is not limited to the city of Karlsruhe.It's amazing how far you can travel with the modern trams and the...

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  • 10. TRAM

    Even though Hans and I had the use of our rental car, we basically parked it at the Hotel for the whole weekend and made use of Karlsruhe's excellent public...

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  • 11. Getting to and from Karlsruhe

    Getting TO Karlsruhe is no problem. The ICE train (InterCity Express) from Frankfurt takes just over an hour if it’s a through train, and hardly longer if you...

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  • 12. Getting to the theater in Karlsruhe

    If you don’t feel like walking through the zoo you could also walk past and over it. From the front of the main station, just walk straight ahead along the...

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  • 13. Luigi Colani - he even designs trucks!

    Prof. Luigi Colani is a famous designer, who lives in Karlsruhe part of the time. He designs everything from cell phones to kitchens to trucks.There was an...

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  • 14. By train from Frankurt Int'l airport (FRA)

    You can take the train right from Frankfurt am Main airport to Karlsruhe. The ICE train departs from the track "Fernbahnhoft" on terminal 1, level -1. You can...

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  • 15. Cycling in Karlsruhe

    Photos:1. New red cycling lane on Ettlinger Straße 2. More cyclists on the new red lane3. A somewhat older red cycling lane (already a bit faded)4. Crossing...

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  • 16. Trams

    We found the trams very useful for getting around Karlsruhe. We bought a 24 hours family pass that was good for more than the two of us. The tram to the suburbs...

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  • 17. Tram

    The tram service in Karlsruhe is excellent, cheap and safe and will take you to small towns/suburbs like Durlach and Bretten and you can use it for sightseeing...

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  • 18. Trams, Buses

    Karlsruhe has amazing transportation means. Trams and buses follow a strict timetable which can be seen at every bus or tram stop, there are basically no delays...

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  • 19. Karlsruhe. A mix of light and heavy rail.

    Karlsruhe was the first city to mix heavy rail with light rail. I read it on some site. But to see the effects of this is purely amazing. The trams work in the...

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  • 20. Seeing the Sights on Foot

    Walking around Karlsruhe is very easy. The streets are well labeled and there are plenty of maps in public areas. It is very safe in this town and no matter...

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  • 21. Paradise Bird On Rails: The Rizzi Tram

    One tram car of Karlsruhe's network has been decorated with a colourful design by the artist James Rizzi. The turquoise blue 'paradise bird on rails' usually...

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  • 22. "Train Compartment" - Sculpture in Hauptbahnhof

    The sculpture "Zugabteil" ("Train Compartment") was created by Gudrun Schreiner in 1984 and put up inside the station where the tunnel underneath the platforms...

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  • 23. The TGV

    Since 2007 the French TGV on the Paris-Stuttgart route passes via Karlsruhe. Paris can be reached in 3 hours now.Ticket prices are sky-high, and the TGV in...

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  • 24. The Historical 1930s Tram

    This originally preserved old tram car was built in 1930. On special occasions and during festivals it is sometimes running. During the Museum Night, for...

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  • 25. take the train to karlsruhe.

    i arrived to karlsruhe by train from stuttgart where i flew to from denmark.the trains in germany are excellent and very frequent.be aware that you can get...

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