LLAG Luxury Vacation Apartment in Kaiserslautern - 1291 sqft, comfortable (# 877)

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  • Apartment
  • 2 bedrooms
  • 3 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 4

Bedrooms: 2

Bathrooms: 3

Sleeps: 4

Type: Apt. / Condo

LLAG Luxury Vacation Apartment in Kaiserslautern - 1291 sqft, comfortable (# 877)

The excellent 4-star accommodation on the upper floor and attic of our house has two bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and kitchens and living areas and offers 2 floors in your room for 2-5 adults. In the lower level of the apartment is the living room with comfortable seating, large flat screen television with cable TV, stereo, CD player. In the adjacent dining room you will find a large table for 6 people. The dining room has a sideboard with plenty of crockery. The kitchen is equipped with a fridge, freezer, microwave, oven, Zerankochfeld, dishwasher, kettle, blender, coffee maker, extensive cookware set, dish, bowl and cutlery. The bath on this lower ...Read more

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LLAG Luxury Vacation Apartment in Kaiserslautern - 1291 sqft, comfortable (# 877)
Kaiserslautern, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany

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Well-maintained duplex house in good and quiet residential area. Our house is located in the west of Kaiserslautern in the immediate vicinity of the garden show, culture center Kammgarn and recreation area Vogelwoog. A few minutes by car get you to the city center, Westpfalz-Klinikum (clinics), college, university and Fraunhofer Institute. Further flexibility is given by the bus stop that is only 200 m away, as well as the commercial area Gewerbegebiet West offering lots of shopping opportunities. The outdoor swimming pool “Waschmühle” can be reached on foot; it’s cold water pool is the largest in Europe.
How to get here:
Exit autobahn A6 Mannheim-Saarbrücken at the exit Kaiserslautern-West.
Continue towards the Gewerbegebiet, through the Opel roundabout towards the TÜV.
Past the TÜV to the end of the Gewerbestrasse, right to the traffic light.
Crossing the intersection at the traffic light, going straight and then turning left onto the next road – and you are at the Lothringer Dell.
House nr. 78 is located some 800 m down on the right.
About Kaiserslautern:
Kaiserslautern is located in the middle of the nature park Palatinate Forest (Naturpark Pfälzer Wald), the largest contiguous forest area in Germany. Well-marked and maintained hiking paths which are kilometers long lead to nice destinations, around the city for example to the Humbergturm tower, which offers great panorama views when the weather is nice, to the Vogelwoog, the castle Hohenecken and the Gelterswoog.
The person looking for relaxation will find a nicely diverse landscape around Kaiserslautern: quiet forests, water-rich valleys, mountains and meadows hardly leave anything to be desired and are home to a large number of rare plants and animals.
A warm welcome in Kaiserslautern, a pretty piece of the Pfalz! Our charming city in the scenic landscape of the “Naturpark Pfälzerwald” attracts not only hikers and fans of football, it also offers nice possibilities for a relaxed vacation, sports and shopping.
There are various destinations for excursions, museums, restaurants and a very lively inner city. Informative pages have various kinds of information at the ready, whether you are looking for how to get here, what to see, where to hold a conference, or simply what the weather is like. We will also gladly inform you about events of all kinds.
More travel info about Kaiserslautern: Kaiserslautern is home to almost 100,000 people. In the city and its surrounding district live an additional approximately 50,000 NATO military personnel members (mainly American), who often call the city K-Town, and contribute approximately $1 billion annually to the municipal economy. Today, Kaiserslautern is a modern center of information and communications technology, as well as a university, a technical college, and many international research institutes located throughout the city. Kaiserslautern's large botanical gardens feature a Japanese-style garden. Another unusual feature is the Waschmuehle, an enormous 160-metre public swimming pool that is the largest in Europe. There are several pedestrian only shopping zones with numerous and varied restaurants and bars located in the city center surrounding the old city.



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