The collegiate church of St. Arnual is mentioned in documents as a monastery as early as 1135. The monastery, which was used by Augustinian canons, was later used as a Protestant monastery. Today it is one of the most important architectural monuments in south-western Germany. The tombs of princes and counts of Nassau-Saarbrücken are a special attraction for the public. The French King Louis VII stopped here in 1147 with his crusaders and found refuge. Today's Ludwigsgymnasium emerged from a small Latin school, which is recorded in documents around 1223 and was maintained in the former monastery. The architect Friedrich Joachim Stengel renovated the collegiate church of St. Arnual during the 18th century, in the course of which the church was given a dome in the Baroque style. As did all the churches in Saarbrücken, by the way. Our car park Q-Park Am Schloss is just a few metres away from the collegiate church of St. Arnual and parking spaces can be conveniently booked and reserved there online in advance.
Parking in Saarbrücken - at the Q-Park multi-storey car park
Park conveniently in our Q-Park multi-storey car parks in Saarbrücken from just €2 per hour or part thereof, or all 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 Saarbrücken Castle, the Invisible Memorial Square or the Castle Wall.
Parking at Stiftskirche St. Arnual - Don't waste time looking for a parking space, book and reserve your parking space in one of our Q-Park car parks in Saarbrücken.