The soul of the western side of the city

Pleted in 1904, Gutenbergplatz is considered one of the most beautiful squares in Karlsruhe - it is not for nothing that Gutenbergplatz and its surroundings are a listed building!

The stalls of the city's oldest weekly market on Gutenbergplatz are clustered around the Krautkopf and Pelikanbrunnen fountains on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. A stroll through the market is particularly worthwhile on Saturdays, as there are over 40 stalls on site on this day!

But the Lindenblütenfest - which at 100 years old is Karlsruhe's oldest traditional festival - is also very popular. Gutenbergplatz is particularly popular with Karlsruhe residents for the outdoor areas of the cafés and restaurants under the large lime trees. However, the square is not only beautiful from the outside, but also offers everything the heart desires in terms of stores - from top-quality wine and children's fashion to fair trade labels, everything

can be found here.