The Doktorsburg, also called "Haus Büchel" or "Oberbüchel" was formerly a moated castle. The building is named after the academic degree of Dr. Jakob von Omphal, who acquired it in 1540. Today, the pretty building serves as a senior citizens' meeting place for the city of Leverkusen. A highlight in the beautiful flower garden are the steel Mikado sticks, also called twitching lightning bolts. If you would like to visit the Doktorsburg, you can ideally park in our nearby Forum and Luminaden underground garages.
Cheap parking in Leverkusen - at Q-Park
In the underground car parks Forum and Luminaden of Q-Park you can park your car comfortably and centrally in the city center of Leverkusen. Here you can park during the first 3 hours for only 1 Euro/hour. So that you can relax and enjoy your stay in Leverkusen, we also offer our guests parking for a maximum daily fee of 11 euros.
Cheap parking in Leverkusen - Book and reserve your parking space for tomorrow today to save yourself a long search for a parking space.