After permission was granted in the second half of the 18th century to also add buildings directly to the city wall from the late Middle Ages, the Fröschengasse in Saarbrücken came into being. Here, houses of workers and craftsmen were built directly onto the city wall. The narrow alley winds in a quarter-circle turn around St. Johann's market square, because this is where the city wall originally ran. According to legend, frogs from the banks of the Saar River entered the town via this small alley. This is how it got its name "Fröschengasse". Today you will find numerous restaurants and boutiques here, inviting you to shop and socialise. Some of the old buildings are now listed monuments and may therefore not be altered, but must be preserved. Our car parks Q-Park Rathaus, Q-Park Staatstheater and Q-Park Lampertshof in Saarbrücken are only a few metres away from Fröschengasse and parking spaces can be conveniently booked and reserved online in advance.
City trip through Saarbrücken in the Q-Park car park
For a city break in Saarbrücken, park conveniently in our Q-Park multi-storey car parks from a low €2 per hour or part thereof, or for the whole day for just €16. Make the most of your time in Saarbrücken and visit other attractions in the city without having to re-park, such as the Rabbi Rülf-Platz memorial, the St. Johann town hall or the Basilika Sankt Johann.
City trip parking in Saarbrücken - Don't waste time searching for a parking space, book and reserve your parking space in one of our Q-Park car parks in Saarbrücken.