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We went to the Christmas market here and it is one of nicest I have been to. I have been to many in Germany and this is one I would recommend. It would not be difficult to go from here,go By car stay for the...More
The Rathaus is the ancient location of Carlo Magno's castle. It has been completely renewed after world war II but it is a great place to visit in Aachen because it is able to bring you back some great moment in history. I have been...More
While the dom demonstrates the religious and royal power of Aachen, the city hall is a secular symbol of the city and it's a good change of pace from one to the other. Besides it gives the best vantage point of the cathedral and the...More
The old town hall formed one part of Charlemagne's palace - at one end with the cathedral at the other. There is a small entrance fee and a free guide booklet.
In the entrance hallway, don't miss the video installation that explains the history of...More
The Aachen Town Hall (Rathaus) dates from 1330 lies between two central squares, the Markt and the Katschhof. Inside you can find five frescoes by the Aachen artist Alfred Rethel which show legendary scenes from the life of Charlemagne, as well as Charlemagne's signature. Around...More
The City Hall of Aachen is a very impressive building and the surroundings with the marketplace and the "old city" is the place to be in Aachen. Definitely worth a visit is the Christmas Market around the City Hall in December.