Karlsruhe is the third largest city in the state of Baden-Württemberg and it is a comparatively new one: around 300 years have passed since the laying of the foundation stone. By its unique “fan” urban planning, in which the baroque castle - residence is centrally located, the city attracts attention around the globe until today.
The pyramid located at the busy market square is a symbol of Karlsruhe. The tomb of the former Konkordienkirche is situated underneath, which is the grave, a final resting place of the founder and eponym of the city, Margrave Karl Wilhelm of Baden-Durlach. From here, visitors can easily reach on foot to all sights of the city. The Evangelical city church, the Federal Supreme Court and the Federal Constitutional Court are nearby the Castle and the Castle Park. Cultural events, such as "art KARLSRUHE', the night of the museums "KAMUNA" or even the one-month Zeltival and „Das FEST“, a popular open-air event, are crowd-puller for visitors from far and wide. You can travel inexpensively, quickly and safely to Karlsruhe in the state of Baden by the comfortable buses of Deutsche Touring.