O7, 4 (Planken)
Mannheim is situated on the border with Rhineland-Palatinate and is the second biggest city of the state of Baden-Wuerttemberg. The Mannheim castle, which was built in the 18th century, offers a very impressive picture. However, Friedrichsplatz square, with water tower and fountain, is not to be sniffed at either. Culturally, Mannheim also has a lot to offer: the National Theatre, where Schiller’s Räuber debuted, and the art hall and numerous museums are shining examples.
Well-known companies from the most different industries are located in Mannheim. They come from, among others, the field of machine manufacturing, the building and chemical industry, the food industry as well as the energy industry. With the Bibliographical Institute & F.A. Brockhaus, the publishing world is also highly and considerably represented.
You can reach KERN from the main railway station with the following tram line:
RNV line 4 towards Heddesheim, getting off at the Wasserturm stop. The KERN branch is within walking distance.
Coming on the A5 motorway from Frankfurt or Karlsruhe, or on the A6 motorway from Stuttgart or Saarbrücken, you can reach our translation office as follows:
At the Heidelberg motorway junction, take the exit towards Mannheim and follow the A656 motorway. Once you have arrived in Mannheim, go straight on past the planetarium. At the end of Augustaanlage, you will reach Friedrichsplatz and see the water tower, Mannheim's landmark. You can park directly here in the CC Rosengarten car park under the water tower. From there, it is about a two minute walk to our branch.