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Tourist routes

Tourist routes are an ideal way to get to know cities and regions along with all of the local attractions on offer. Some of the interesting routes that run through Karlsruhe are the Street of Democracy, the Baden Wine Road, the Asparagus Route of Baden and the Bertha-Benz Memorial Route.

Discover the routes in and around Karlsruhe.

The Asparagus Route of Baden

The Asparagus Route of Baden is dedicated to the vegetable of royalty. The 136-kilometre route winds through the asparagus-growing region of North Baden, and runs from Schwetzingen over Bruchsal right past Karlsruhe.

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The wine route of Baden

The wine route of Baden goes 200 km through the most beautiful wine regions of Baden, picturesque winemaking villages with their half-timbered houses and vineyards. in 2014 the wine route celebrated its 60th anniversary with lots of attractions.  

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Bertha Benz Memorial Route

The fan-shaped city is also known as the city of researchers. The inventor of the automobile, Carl Benz, was from here. It is not so well known that no one was actually interested in buying his invention. It wasn’t until his wife, Bertha Benz, got behind the wheel in 1888 for the first long-distance journey that the automobile became a success.

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The Street of Democracy Route

If you’re visiting Karlsruhe, it’s worth taking time out to explore the city on the Street of Democracy Route. Just one of Karlsruhe’s claims to fame: the state of Baden’s first constitution was drafted here in 1818. Also, Germany’s uppermost judicial bodies are based in Karlsruhe, which is sometimes referred to as the ‘home of lawmaking’.

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