SAARBRÜCKEN – LIVELY, TASTEFUL, CREATIVE
“SAVOIR VIVRE” IN SAARBRÜCKEN
Saarbrücken, often referred to as the “gateway to France”, is the right place to combine business with pleasure and to experience your event in a unique environment.
Here, French “savoir vivre” merges with the charm of the lifestyle in Saarland. Experience the capital of Saarland while strolling through shops, discover the diverse eateries or visit the small cafés in Saarbrücken city centre.
The St. Johanner Markt at the heart of Saarbrücken is only 1 km away from the Congresshalle and invites you to linger with its many restaurants, bistros and trendy hangouts. Whether for breakfast, lunch, after shopping, for an aperitif with friends or for dinner – enjoy the buzz on the streets!
Many thanks to the City Marketing Saarbrücken for the great photos
SAARBRÜCKEN – THE SHOPPING CITY
As one of the largest shopping cities in the border triangle, Saarbrücken attracts visitors from all over Saarland, Lorraine, Luxembourg and the nearby West Palatinate region every day.
Whether you like to shop at well-known fashion giants or prefer small boutiques and second hand shops, you will find what you are looking for in Saarbrücken. Everything is very close together and you can explore the different shops on foot. From the Bahnhofsstraße, over the St. Johanner Markt to the Luisen- or Nauwieser Viertel – here you can spend an enjoyable day.
Haute Couture in Fröschengasse (Photo: CityMarketing_RouvenChrist) Shopping in the Europagalerie (Photo: CityMarketing_RouvenChrist) Shopping at the St. Johanner Markt (Photo: CityMarketing_RouvenChrist)
Saarbrücken – A special history
#visit.saarbruecken takes you to wonderful corners of Saarbrücken. The city is not only renowned for its many shops, boutiques, pubs or star restaurants – its special location in Saarland also gives Saarbrücken a special historical significance. Visit the Saarbrücken Castle, descend fourteen metres into the underground medieval castle complex or take a guided tour of the battlefields of the Franco-Prussian War (1870/1871).
Visit the state capital Saarbrücken, experience the city’s unique flair and the warm hospitality of the local people.
Oh, by the way: Did we mention that in just 110 minutes you can arrive in Paris – for breakfast if you want – from Saarbrücken Central Station?!
Saarbrücken Castle (Photo: CityMarketing_RouvenChrist) Ludwigskirche Old Saarbrücken “Town Hall” Saarland Parliament Ostspange by night Concert shell in the German-French Garden
Saarbrücken and surroundings
Mercure Hotel Saarbrücken CityHafenstr. 8 | 66111 Saarbrücken | https://all.accor.com
Premier Inn Saarbrücken City Centre HotelFaktoreistraße 2 | 66111 Saarbrücken | https://www.premierinn.com/gb/en/hotels/germany/saarland/saarbrucken/saarbrucken-city-centre.html?cid=GLBC_SAACIT
Rezeption 24 Stunden besetzt
Check-in ab 15 Uhr, Check-out bis 12 Uhr
INTERCITYHOTEL SAARBRÜCKENHafenstraße 25 | 66111 Saarbrücken | https://www.intercityhotel.com
Frühstück (kostenpflichtig) inkl. Coffee-to-go
FreeCityTicket (kostenfreie Nutzung des öffentlichen Nahverkehrs)
Sky Sport- und Bundesliga Kanäle (kostenlos)