"Aachen is the most beautiful City in the world."
International flair, winding alleys and beautiful squares belong to the reasons why guests are again and again enchanted. Approximately 250,000 people, among them about 50,000 students from all over the world, are living in the westernmost city of Germany in the border triangle of Germany-Netherlands-Belgium.
More information about Aachen and its interesting sights can be found here.
All roads lead to Aachen!
The imperial city is in close vicinity to an excellent motorway network connecting you with the surrounding cities in Germany, Belgium and the Netherlands. You can also easily and quickly reach Aachen by train. The
Airports in Düsseldorf, Cologne, Maastricht and Brussels as well as Frankfurt are within short travel distance.
Guests from abroad arriving at Frankfort International Airport (FFM) can take the direct train connection from the airport with ICE to Aachen main station. Depending on flight arrival time it is possible to book directly to Aachen (XHJ) mondays to fridays. The other connection goes via Cologne with ICE.
Aachen, famous through Charlemagne, well-known for its universities and its Printen (traditional biscuits). Museums, shops and pubs in the picturesque old town complete the variety of life in the imperial city truly young at heart. Experience 5,000 years of history in the centre of Europe. Discover the former Roman spa and imperial residence of Charlemagne. The cathedral, the first German UNESCO World Heritage Site, and the town hall form the centre of the city. In the narrow, winding alleys of the old town many historical buildings relate to the vivid history of the town.