| North Rhine-Westphalia|
| 52062, 52064, 52066, 52068, 52070|
Aachen-Mitte is one of the seven districts of the city of Aachen, Germany, and contains the sub-districts of Beverau, Bildchen, Burtscheid, Forst, Frankenberg, Grüne Eiche, Hörn, Lintert, Pontviertel, Preuswald, Ronheide, Rothe Erde, Stadtmitte, Steinebrück and West.
As the center of the city of Aachen, the district is by far the most populated, with over 168,000 residents. It contains both the Aachen Cathedral and Aachen Rathaus, which are each near the city center, as well as Aachen’s main theatre. Numerous squares, including Hansemannplatz, Kaiserplatz, and Lindenplatz are likewise contained within the district, as is the medieval Ponttor, which was one of the original gates in the wall surrounding the city.
Attractions include:the Aachen Cathedral
the Aachen Rathaus
the Historical Altstadt
the medieval Ponttor
the association football stadium new Tivoli
Aachen’s City Gardens
the Lousberg, a high hill near downtown Aachen
the Elisenbrunnen, a hot water spring in downtown Aachen
the Suermondt-Ludwig Museum, named for the Aachen entrepreneur Barthold Suermondt