Between 1438 and 1445, the Severi Church was built in Gothic style as a so-called "new church". The donor was Erasmus Kämmerer. In 1451 it became the guild church of the wool weavers, who venerated St. Severus of Ravenna as their patron saint. During the Reformation, the Severi Church was not used. In 1621 it was newly consecrated and first used by the Franciscans, then by the Benedictines. From 1722 it served as the parish church of the garrison and from 1836 services were held here for the teachers' seminary. Our Q-Park car park is only a few metres' walk from the 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 Severikirche - 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.