The ruined Kaiserslautern Imperial Palace, also known as Barbarossa Castle and Kaiserslautern Castle, was once a magnificent building dating back to 1158. Information boards show the building history of the former Imperial Palace. Today, only a few ashlars from the foundation of the Kaisersaal and the remains of the masonry of the castle chapel remind us of this important building. Today's Palgrave's Hall stands very close to the town hall on a small section of the original Casimir's Castle and can be visited on guided tours. The tour through the approx. 70-metre-long underground corridors finally ends on the town hall forecourt. Our Q-Park car parks are located in the immediate vicinity of the Imperial Palace and the Casimir Palace with the Palgrave's Hall. Here you can quickly and conveniently park your car for a sightseeing tour.
Parking in the city centre in Kaiserslautern - at Q-Park
Our parking facilities Pfalztheater and Stiftsplatz in Kaiserslautern offer you a comfortable and protected parking space for your vehicle. For a relaxed visit to the city, park all day for only 15 euros or for 2 euros an hour. Make the most of your time in Kaiserslautern and also admire other things the city has to offer without having to re-park.
Parking in the city centre at the Kaiserpfalz and Casimirschloss - you already know today where you want to park tomorrow? Then book your parking space with us quickly and easily from home.