Aachen, the city of Charlemagne. Housing one of the most significant cultural monuments of the world. Aachen is the most westerly city in Germany. In the 1st-4th century A.D., the Romans were already building baths and temples on its hot springs.
From 790 A.D., construction work began on the palace chapel and when Charlemagne died in 814 A.D., he was buried there.
Aachen is full of charm. Let it captivate you!
Feel like exploring Aachen? There are different tour options available at the Aachen Tourist Information Office.
If you would like to explore Aachen by car, then a environmental badge is required. For more information we would like to refer to the following website.