St Michael's Church was built between 820 and 822 in the pre-Romanesque Carolingian architectural style and is considered the oldest replica of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre. This makes the church one of the most important medieval church buildings in Germany. St Michael's Church was largely destroyed in the 10th and 11th centuries, so that only the crypt remains of the original building. After the destruction, the rotunda was extended into a cross shape and a tower was added. Further extensions and extensions followed in the next centuries. Our Q-Park car park is only a few metres' walk from St Michael's Church. There you can quickly and comfortably park your car for a visit.
Central parking in Fulda - at Q-Park
The car parks Altstadt, Stadtschloss and Zentrum in the city of Fulda are conveniently located and can be easily accessed. You can park your car around the clock and centrally within short walking distance of the church.
Central parking at the Michaelskirche - So that you can be sure that a parking space is available for you, book and reserve your parking space quickly and easily for convenient parking in the Q-Park multi-storey car park in Fulda.