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Panorama über Kaiserslautern bei Nacht.
All Roads Lead to Kaiserslautern

By Car
By Train
By RV
By Plane
By Bus
By Intercity Bus

 

Whoever knows Kaiserslautern above all appreciates two aspects: The fact that the Palatinate Forest and numerous local recreation possibilities are more or less directly at our front door as well as the infrastructure. Through optimal connections to the Autobahns, rail traffic and airports, the "little big city in the heart of Europe" almost acts like an important metropolitan area.


 

By Car

Kaiserslautern has pretty much ideal transport links – regionally, nationally and internationally! The A6 highway (Saarbrücken-Mannheim) offers quick and easy journeys to France and Luxembourg as well as connections to major German highway, whilst the A63 motorway link facilitates connections to the Rhine-Main area.

By Train

Kaiserslautern's ICE (Intercity Express) train station makes the train a viable alternative. Those who love convenience can get on here and not get off until Paris – and in just two and a half hours. You can walk from the railway station to the city center in just 10 to 15 minutes.

By RV

You can park up your RV at the RV Park Daennerplatz (bus stop '23er Kaserne), about 2.5 km from the city center, at Campingplatz Gelterswoog (bus stop 'Gelterswoog'), about 9 km from the city center, or at the Licht-Luft tavern (bus stop 'Licht-Luft'), about 3 km from the city center. From there, you can get into the city center without having to change buses using the Stadtwerke Kaiserslautern (SWK) bus company. All locations can be accessed by the 101 bus.

By Plane

Arriving by air is also easy, with airports in Frankfurt (100 km), Saarbrücken (60 km) and Hahn (100 km) meaning that the door to the rest of the world is constantly open.

By Bus

By Intercity Bus

Companies like Postbus, MeinFernbus and Lufthansa Airport Bus offer tours to Kaiserslautern. Arrival is directly at the main train station.