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Things to check out around Fritz Walter Stadion?

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Lukas Muller
Lukas Muller

Kaiserslauten offers passionate fans the opportunity to walk in the players footsteps and enjoy an hour and a half tour of the stadium. The tours take place on a gameday, 3.5 hours before kickoff. Although this means that you get to feel the building atmosphere in the stadium, you are not allowed access to the changing rooms which is a shame. Fans can see the press areas as the VIP areas before taking a walk down the tunnel to pitch side and being lucky enough to take a seat in the dugout! Tickets are a bargain at €5!

The towns other big attraction is the Gartenschau Park. It has great scenery as well as life size dinosaurs that the kids will love!

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Johannes Mohr
Johannes Mohr

Kaiserslautern itself is not too big of a city. If arriving at the train station, for instance, you can easily walk towards the city center first (about 600m) and take a stroll to the town hall or even the Japanese Gardens. Back to the stadium it’s only a 15-minute walk, climbing the so-called “Betzenberg” will be your final task before getting into the stadium. Kaiserslautern is a neat, little city, you should take your time, get here a bit earlier and walk around.

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Johannes Mohr
Johannes Mohr

Kaiserslautern itself is not too big of a city. If arriving at the train station, for instance, you can easily walk towards the city center first (about 600m) and take a stroll to the town hall or even the Japanese Gardens. Back to the stadium it’s only a 15-minute walk, climbing the so-called “Betzenberg” will be your final task before getting into the stadium. Kaiserslautern is a neat, little city, you should take your time, get here a bit earlier and walk around.

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Mike Wood
Mike Wood

Kaiserslautern doesn’t have much to give aside from football, but there are a few other footballing treasures to discover even when there’s no game on. The Fritz-Walter-Stadion is named for Fritz Walter, one of the greatest players in German history, who won the World Cup in 1954 – at the ground there is a statue of him, his brother Otto and Werner Liebrich, Werner Kohlmeyer and Horst Eckel, all World Champions while Lautern players.

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