Traveling to Aachen
Aachen, Germany’s most western city, is well connected to the European
transport system and within a short distance of major international airports.
No matter where you are coming from: getting to Aachen is comfortable and
convenient – by train, car, or plane.
Detailed information on how to arrive in Aachen is provided by our partner Aachen
Tourist Service e.V.
Aachen is linked to the international railway network. The high-speed train
THALYS operates between Paris and Dusseldorf with a stop Aachen. Additionally,
ICE trains run from Frankfurt to Brussels via Aachen. There are good regional
connections to the cities of Cologne and Dusseldorf. To find information on
train connections go to www.bahn.de
Aachen is easily accessible via the German "Autobahn" and freeways from
Amsterdam, Brussels, and Paris.
There are several international airports within short traveling distance to
Aachen. These are, among others, Frankfurt, Cologne, Dusseldorf and Brussels
airport. Each of them can be reached easily by train and by car via the
well-developed traffic network.