The KARLSRUHER mobility bonus system

The KARLSRUHER mobility bonus system

For a long time now, the KARLSRUHER, a special coin that is part of the mobility bonus system in Karlsruhe, has allowed you to save money on tickets for public transport or even park for free.

The KARLSRUHER is an official coin with a value of 50 cents and offers you unparalleled benefits – park for cheap in almost all of the parking facilities in the city centre and at all indicated parking machines throughout Karlsruhe’s city centre, use the entire KVV public transport network at a discounted rate, save money on fuel at participating filling stations, or park your bike for free at Karlsruhe Central Station.

At the Mobility Festival on Saturday, 16 June, customers and visitors at the following businesses will receive ten coins with a total value of €5 as a gift!

amiconsult - Apotheke 29 - LINDA Apotheke Burgert Am Ludwigsplatz - Basislager Sport Handels - Buchhandlung am Kronenplatz - Cafe Conditorei Brenner - Congress Apotheke - Detlev Louis Motorradvertriebs - Galerie HESS - Gut zum Leben - Haus des Hörens – Henrys - Hut Nagel - K&S Citystore - Musikhaus Schlaile - Papier-Fischer - Partyservice Schmid – Rasselfisch - Reformhaus Böser - Schuhhaus Danger - Stephanus Buchhandlung - Wilkendorf's Teehaus - Wok Man China Imbiss - STEPHAN Parfums & Kosmetik - Adecco Personaldienstleistungen - El Taquito - Karlsruher Spendenradeln - Schuhhaus Roth

You can also collect the coins and redeem several at once, meaning that you can park or travel by tram completely for free. Several times a year (for example during the Stadtfest or during Advent), you can even benefit from special offers to get five of the popular coins for the price of one. 

Enquire at one of the over 100 participating businesses about the KARLSRUHER.


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Important Information

Due to the official measures implemented by the State of Baden-Württemberg and the city of Karlsruhe to limit the spreading of COVID-19, Karlsruhe’s public life is currently facing severe restrictions. Cultural institutions, hotels and events are especially affected by this. Please refer directly to their individual websites for up-to-date information.

The City’s shopping facilities are also very limited at the moment. Only essential businesses such as grocery stores, pharmacies or banks remain open to the public. Opening times may vary from those advertised on this site.

Our tourist information office located on Kaiserstraße 72-74 is closed for the public as well until further notice. You can still reach us either by phone +49 721/602 997 580 or by email

The city of Karlsruhe provides up-to-date information on the corona crisis at or by phone +49 721/133-3333.

On a lighter note: if you feel like clearing your mind, go ahead and continue exploring the beautiful aspects of Karlsruhe through our digital offers at (only available in German).

Stay healthy, and stay tuned!

Best wishes from all the staff at KTG Karlsruhe Tourismus GmbH and KME Karlsruhe Marketing and Event GmbH