Germany's first and only stadium
hotel, the Lindner Hotel BayArena, is located at the north stand of the Bayer 04
Leverkusen soccer stadium. All rooms come with a view into the stadium itself -- what more
could you want.
Flughafen Dortmund is east of the city with good road connections. By public transport,
take the U47 from Dortmund Hauptbahnhof to Aplerbeck and change for bus 440 to the
airport. Alternatively, take the C41 from Bahnhof Unna.
Getting to Westfalenstadion:
Westfallen Stadium is conveniently located on the U46 and U45 end stations -- take the U45
from Dortmund Hauptbahnhof.
Built in 1974 for the World Cup, the Westfalenstadion is one of Europe's most beautiful
football arenas. The stadium was the German Football Association's (DFB) trump card in its
application to host the final rounds of the 2006 World Cup.
For over two thousand years, the major roads from Cologne, Aachen and Nijmegen have come
together in this city. One of Mönchengladbach's strengths is its exellent accessibility
by road, bus and train. The tourist office is at Bismarckstraße 23.
Festhalle Messe Frankfurt:
Built in 1909, the Festhalle Messe Frankfurt (Messe Frankfurt Festival Hall) was
considered an epoch-making architectural structure with its unsupported dome construction
made of steel and glass.
Frankfurt is located in the centre of a dense network of autobahns and is one of Germany's
most important traffic junctions. The city has one of the busiest railway stations in Germany and also Europe's largest continental airport.
Hamburg is the cultural and commercial center of Northern Germany.
Hamburg Airport will have a direct rail
connection to the city centre in 2007. Until then, the nearest subway and suburban railway
station, Ohlsdorf, is served by suburban rail lines S1 and S11 and the subway line U1; all
of these will take you to or from the main station, Hauptbahnhof, or Jungfernstieg (city
Hamburg Tourist Board:
Hamburg is a modern metropolis with style and tradition beautifully located the Elbe and
Getting to AWD-Arena:
If you're travelling from Dortmund or Berlin, leave the A2 at Hannover-Herrenhausen and
head towards the city. From Hamburg and Bremen, leave the A7 at Hannover-Anderten and
continue on the B65 to Hannover. There's parking for 5,000 cars at the stadium. If you're
using public transport take tram 3, 7 or 9 (towards Wettbergen,
Wallensteinstr. or Empelde) and get off at Waterloo. From there it's a short
walk to the stadium.
Hannover Regional Tourism Association:
Water, mountains, forests, heaths or the flair of attractive cities like Hannover, Celle,
Stadthagen, Peine or Hildesheim there is a great deal to see every day in the
Located near Rostock Station,
this is the hotel of choice when visiting Rostock. Clean, comfortable and very good value,
you'll even get a free pass to use on the city's public transportation.
Virtual panoramas of the Ostssestadion -- home of Hansa Rostock.
Rostock, the largest city in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, is beautifully situated on Germany's
East Sea coast.
While in Rostock, you really should visit this nearby seaside resort; even in winter.
-- The Town:
From 1950 to 1955, Kaiserslautern developed into the largest US military community outside
the United States. Kaiserslautern is also called "K-town" among the American
population in this area.
There is archeological evidence that the mountaintop on which Hohenecken Castle sits was
fortified even in Roman times.
From Hauptbahnhof, travel across town on tram line 1, in the direction of Littenweiler, to
Römerhof. From here it's about three minutes by foot to the stadium. If you're travelling
by car, leave the A5 at the Freiburg-Mitte exit and continue in the direction of
Donaueschingen. Car parking at the stadium is limited, so follow the P+R directions.
As well as being the home of Schalke 04, the AufShalke Arena is also used for concerts and
will stage a selection of 2006 World Cup matches.
Exit the A2 at Gelsenkirchen Buer or the A42 at Gelsenkirchen Schalke.
List of hotels, general information and special information on all the latest events in
Gesenkirchen. If you can read German, ask for their excellent booklet on Gelsenkirchen for
tourists entitled: Wer hätte das gedacht! This gives you all the basic information on the
town and takes you along eight different theme routes.
TSV München von 1860:
The official TSV 1680 München website. Interestingly there's a Chinese version but not an
Munich's landmark Olympic Stadium has long stood
as a symbol of the city around the world. Now, the Allianz Arena is set to establish a new
milestone in modern architecture as TSV 1860 and FC Bayern form a coalition to construct a
new stadium for their teams.
Getting to Wolfsburg's
The best way to get to Wolfsburg's stadium is on the A2 motorway. At the Königslutter
intersection, take the A39 to the Weyhausener Knoten exit and follow the B188 to marked
Wolfsburg City Map:
Interactive map of Volkswagen Stadt -- or Gulfsburg to the marketing men.
Besides Salzgitter-Lebenstedt and Eisenhüttenstadt, Wolfsburg is the only city in Germany
that was planned in the 20th century -- just to give the employees of a gigantic new
automobile factory a home.
Bremen is steeped in more than 1,200 years of history.Several buildings,
streets and squares have shaped this old Hanseatic city, while much of its centuries-old
heritage has been retained.