Everything in Aachen has a history, and most of them begin with Charlemagne. He is considered one of the city's founders and has been dominating its history for 1200 years. The many imprints he left on the cityscape are still worth visiting today. Aachen's historic city centre is perfect for taking a stroll. The cathedral, the city hall and the range of museums are all attractions which captivate visitors and permanent residents alike. What is more, Aachen is the westernmost city in Germany and lies directly the Belgian and Dutch borders, meaning that a visit to either one is more than just a possibility.
The branch has a very central location on the Innenstadtring (inner city ring road). Kapuzinergraben 18-22 is directly opposite the theatre and on the other side of the road from the Kapuzinerkarree.
Two multi-storey car parks are available: one belongs to the Delhaize supermarket, which can be accessed via Borngasse; the other is located near the Sparkasse and can be accessed via Kleinmarschierstraße.