Difference between revisions of "Karlsruhe"

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The [[A5 (Germany)|A5]] is passing Karlsruhe and connects it to [[Frankfurt am Main]], [[Basel]], [[Stuttgart]] and other cities.
 
The [[A5 (Germany)|A5]] is passing Karlsruhe and connects it to [[Frankfurt am Main]], [[Basel]], [[Stuttgart]] and other cities.
 
The best ramp is Karlsruhe-Durlach. Take the tram '''1''', '''2''', '''S4''' or '''S5''' to ''Weinweg''. There is a gas station close by where you can ask people, but you can also stand directly on the ramp, waving a sign or a thumb. The hard shoulder serves enough space for anyone to stop.
 
The best ramp is Karlsruhe-Durlach. Take the tram '''1''', '''2''', '''S4''' or '''S5''' to ''Weinweg''. There is a gas station close by where you can ask people, but you can also stand directly on the ramp, waving a sign or a thumb. The hard shoulder serves enough space for anyone to stop.
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== Internet Access ==
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In the town center, between ''Europaplatz'' and ''Marktplatz'' there are a some info terminals called ''blue spots'' where you can see town maps, send emails and surf the internet for free.
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== Public transport ==
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Public transport is quite good. The tram lines go into all the neighbouring towns. Within the city, they go all night at weekends. Fares are about 2 EUR per trip. Tickets are checked quite often, even at night.
  
 
[[Category:Baden-Württemberg]]
 
[[Category:Baden-Württemberg]]

Revision as of 15:03, 16 May 2008

<map lat='49' lng='8.41' zoom='12' view='0' float='right'/> Karlsruhe is a city in Germany in the federal state (“Bundesland”) Baden-Württemberg.

Hitching out

Direction North, South, East

The A5 is passing Karlsruhe and connects it to Frankfurt am Main, Basel, Stuttgart and other cities. The best ramp is Karlsruhe-Durlach. Take the tram 1, 2, S4 or S5 to Weinweg. There is a gas station close by where you can ask people, but you can also stand directly on the ramp, waving a sign or a thumb. The hard shoulder serves enough space for anyone to stop.

Internet Access

In the town center, between Europaplatz and Marktplatz there are a some info terminals called blue spots where you can see town maps, send emails and surf the internet for free.

Public transport

Public transport is quite good. The tram lines go into all the neighbouring towns. Within the city, they go all night at weekends. Fares are about 2 EUR per trip. Tickets are checked quite often, even at night.