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Leonardo Hotel Karlsruhe

Ettlinger Straße 23, 76137 Karlsruhe
Next to the city centre
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Karlsruhe

In south-western Germany, Karlsruhe is a lively city with something for everyone. Centred around Karlsruhe Palace, the city’s design is unique, with streets running outwards from the palace to resemble a fan. Laid out in rays, the result is so impressive that Thomas Jefferson suggested the layout as inspiration for the original design of Washington, D.C. when he first visited. Culture-seekers will enjoy visiting Karlsruhe’s many museums and galleries, such as the ZKM (Centre for Art and Media), while foodies can sample local cuisine at the city’s excellent restaurants and street food stalls. If you’re searching for a Karlsruhe hotel, Leonardo Hotel Karlsruhe offers stylish, contemporary rooms in a central location, making it the ideal base from which to explore the city.

Get your bearings

No trip to Karlsruhe is complete without a visit to Karlsruhe Palace, the grand former royal home that’s also the city’s centrepoint. Originally built as a residence for Charles III William, Margrave of Baden-Durlach, it’s now home to a rich collection of sculptures and artworks, including antiques from the Cycladic period. The park directly behind the castle is a popular picnic spot during the summer months.

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Thanks to its planned design, Karlsruhe is relatively easy to explore on foot. Indulge in some retail therapy on Kaiserstraße, home to high-end boutiques as well as mainstream German and international fashion stores. If you’re after local cuisine or just a quick pick-me-up, stop by Café Berry Su or CoffeeIN on Kaiserstraße for healthy dishes and coffees.

While you’re there

Hop on one of Germany’s oldest funiculars and visit Turmberg tower, the remnants of one of southwest Germany’s earliest castles. Nowadays, it offers spectacular views over the Rhine and Karlsruhe, as well as providing a rest stop for hikers following the well-signed walks around the castle ruins. On the other side of town, the Karlsruhe Outdoor Park features adventure trails, obstacle courses and ziplines designed to keep kids entertained for hours.

In south-western Germany, Karlsruhe is a lively city with something for everyone. Centred around Karlsruhe Palace, the city’s design is unique, with...
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