Journey / Parking
The Ludwigsburg market square is located right in the city centre. It is only a ten minute walk from the railway station and five minutes away from the Residential Palace.
Journey by Public Transport
It is recommended to use public transportation to get there. From Stuttgart to Ludwigsburg it takes 15 minutes by train.
You reach the bus stop “Rathaus” which is very close the market square with the following bus numbers:
“LVL Linien” – 413, 421,422, 425, 426, 427, 429, 430, 431
“RBS-Linien“ – 443, 444, 533
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Journey by Vehicle
Ludwigsburg is easily reached via motorway (Autobahn - A) A81. Coming from southern Germany (München) you can leave the motorway at junction "Ludwigsburg Süd". Arriving from northern parts (Würzburg/ Heilbronn) the motorway exit "Ludwigsburg Nord" will lead you into the city centre of Ludwigsburg.
Another option for reaching Ludwigsburg by car is via the federal trunk road (Bundesstraße - B) B27 - accessible either way from Stuttgart or Heilbronn.
The route to the centre of Ludwigsburg is well-signposted. In the inner city you will find plenty of parking lots and car parks. The Routing System "Parkleitsystem" will guide you to find free parking lots.
Low emission zone and emissions-control windscreen sticker
Low emission zones were introduced in many German cities to mitigate air pollution caused by fine particles and nitrogen oxide. Low emission zones are identified by traffic signs and additional signs. The Thirty-fifth Ordinance on the Implementation of the Federal Immission Control Act (Ordinance on the marking of vehicles) stipulates that vehicles have to be marked with stickers (on the windscreen inside the vehicle) and lays down the criteria vehicles have to meet for the different kinds of stickers. Stickers are valid for all low emission zones in Germany.
In Ludwigsburg vehicles of the pollutant group 4 (green fine particle sticker) may be used in all environmental zones. Foreign vehicles are also enforced and are required to buy a sticker. Please note that this is also relevant for visitors.
More information you will find here:
Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety: