Geographically, Bruchsal is located between the Rhine River Plain and the Kraichgau - a hilly region in Baden-Württemberg, that is often referred to as “Germany’s Tuscany”, by wine connoisseurs. With this ideal location, the city offers both inhabitants and visitors a comfortable climate throughout the year and provides the region with a high quality of life. Domestic wine and asparagus are just a few of the products that come from this excellent location. For those who like the French culture and cuisine, Bruchsal is located less than an hour by car from France.
8° 36' eastern longitude
49° 07' northern latitude
Palace: 121.1 m
Train station and market-place: 114 m
Michaelsberg Hill in Untergrombach, highest peak at 269 m
Whether by train (InterRegio, IC or ICE), car or airplane (the international airports at Frankfurt , Stuttgart and Strasbourg are just an hour away, and the regional Baden Airport Soellingen about half an hour away), Bruchsal’s connection to the railway (Deutsche Bahn, city railway), highways (A5, A8, B35) and public local roads make travel to and from Bruchsal convenient and easy.