Landstuhl (German pronunciation: [ˈlantʃtuːl]) is a municipality of over 9,000 people in southwestern Germany. It is part of the district of Kaiserslautern, in the Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany, and is home to the Sickinger Schloss, a small castle. It is situated on the north-western edge of the Palatinate forest, approx. 10 km west of Kaiserslautern.
Restaurants in Landstuhl
4.5 based on 258 reviews
Wife and i both enjoyed it.
She for about 30-45 minutes
me for 1 hour +
we both liked the view and the video showing downstairs
the little cafe/restaurant was surprisingly good - food and drink both
since we stayed in the nearby town for work - this was a great after work attraction
one day we finished a bit early - drove to the castle - 10 minutes - wandered for 1-1 1/2 hours took pictures and had a bite to eat
then we still had time to head into the busier town for a bit of shopping
liked the restoration and the video of what it looked like over the past centuries
seems like they also have a show - saw stadium Seating
but we just looked around and climber throughout
there is a cost - but military and family receive a discount
4.5 based on 69 reviews
Great theater with first run movies available in the English language. The interior is pretty with drinks served out of glass cups. Guests recycle trash and cups when leaving.
I enjoy watching movies with friends, family and solo. The venue is nice enough for a date. The location is easy to find and the parking free. (Don't let the security arm fool you.) It can't be beat. I have frequented this theater for the past two years and anticipate going again in the future.
5 based on 6 reviews
If the weather and water quality is good in summer the lake is a great place to relax and swim. There is a small restaurant, toilets, changing rooms, playground and parking for free. So ideal conditions. But I like it most for its hiking options. You can find unbelievable number of marked trails of various difficulty levels, all in beautiful nature especially enjoyable in autumn with all the amazing colours.
4 based on 1 reviews
Die mittelalterliche Burg Perlenberg stammt aus Kaiser Barbarossas Zeit, wie auch die anderen Burgen rund um Kaiserslautern, damals verlief die Straße noch mitten durch den Pfälzerwald, die Burg lag an der West-Ost-Achse von Nanstein nach Hohenecken.
1197 hat man den Bau liegen lassen, die Burg war also von Anfang an eine Bauruine. Heute liegt die Burgruine abgelegen auf dem so genannten "Kleinen Berg", einige km westl. von Kaiserslautern, zw. Bann, Einsiedlerhof und Hohenecken. Der kegelförmige Berg ist heute ein Naturwaldreservat, d.h. der Wald ist sich selbst überlassen, der Förster greift seit 1994 nicht mehr ein; die ältesten Buchen hier sind um die 200 Jahre alt.
Am besten ist, man parkt bei der Cantina Mexicana, in Kaiserslautern-Einsiedlerhof, Kaiserstraße 117, da wo der Waldweg beginnt, und läuft nach Süden in den Wald hinein. Nach etwa 1 km muss man sich links halten, also dem gelb-blauen Schild und dem hellblauen "Tour 9"- Schild folgen , und weitere 500 m laufen, an einer alten Grillhütte vorbei, bis links eine große Infotafel zum Thema "Naturwaldreservat Perlenberg" sichtbar wird, direkt links neben der Tafel geht ein Pfad auf den kegelförmigen Kleinen Berg, auch Perlenberg genannt, wie die Burg.
Von Bann oder vom Gelterswoog aus ist die Burgruine ebenfalls zu erreichen, allerdings ist der Weg viel weiter.
Die Burgruine ist sehr klein, der Weg steil, aber nur kurz. Die Wanderung durch den Pfälzerwald war traumhaft, bis auf die Mücken, die Burg - ein verwunschener Steinhaufen, sie wurde ja auch nie zu Ende gebaut, nur einige Mauern sind erhalten; wäre nicht die Feuerstelle, hätte ich geglaubt ich habe nach 800 Jahren irgendwelche alten Gemäuer entdeckt. Mehrere Stunden unterwegs und nicht einen Menschen angetroffen, fast vollständige Stille hier oben.
3 based on 1 reviews
Although this ruin of little church from 14th century is very interesting you can't expect too much fun. Its visit won't take more than 30 minutes. I found some interesting photogenic spots to photograph in the village, but finally what I enjoyed most was the way to Landstuhl via Langwieden with its lovely serpentines and breath taking landscapes.
4.5 based on 177 reviews
This place has a bit of everything! There is a Lego gallery and shop, dinosaur sculptures, a small cactus garden, a small rose garden, multiple play areas, including one with water, large grassy areas with shade, mini golf, a small soccer house, a small skate park, and to top it off, a cafe for lunch or snacks! It was a blast for our whole family!
4.5 based on 14 reviews
I enjoyed the heat of the outside pools as the snow was piled up around. Great place for a family to spend an afternoon. I did go there a very long time ago, but wanted to weigh in.
5 based on 5 reviews
Galerie Wagner is a store where traditional German folk art may be purchased with the knowledge that every piece is authentic. Wilfriede Wagner is a charming storyteller who travels to many villages to speak with the artists who create new and traditional items. I bought a smoker in the form of a pumpkin. When I complained that it is difficult to get the candles for my Christmas pyramid to stand straight, she recommended switching holders to use tea lights instead. She cautioned me to purchase tea lights meant for food warmers, not for lighting. There was no pressure to make a purchase. One may wander and just enjoy the art, everything from nutcrackers to creches, to pewter scenes. Most credit cards are accepted.
4.5 based on 13 reviews
Steep uphill paths you wont believe leading you anywhere and then all of a sudden you stand infront of that 100 years old brick building. Still some more steps before you actually enjoy the breathtaking views over Rammstein Base and all the surrounding scenery. Its magic, even romantic ;-)
4 based on 1 reviews
This little place is a reminder of Roman history in the area. It is possible to get there by different trails. I started close to Baerenlochweiher, uphill Hoernchenstrasse. On the top I entered a hiking trail and followed a sign pointing to Heidenfelsen. In about 15 minutes of comfortable walk I reached the holy spring and two stones with carved characters protected by little wooden building. It is very interesting to see it in the middle of the woods.
Hiking here is very comfortable although it is quite busy place, nature is breathtakingly beautiful and the top of the rocks above the spring offeres nice views.
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