0.79km from Julius-Maximilians-UniversitätUpon arrival at the DJH Hostel, I found out they had very limited free parking, with something like 6 or 7 spots, none of which were available at the time. We ended up parking in about the same place, but those spots are only free after hours and we would have to move the car by 8am the next morning or pay a big fee or fine. I checked periodically from then until we returned to the hostel for the night, and somewhere around 8pm I caught an open space and moved the car. It was around 5pm when we checked into the hostel, getting another surprise. Apparently when I'd made the reservations in Charleston, I'd made them for the 6th through the 8th, not the 4th through the 6th! Luckily, they had a private double room available for a few extra bucks so we lucked out. The down side was we had to take an elevator up 3 floors, then climb a spiral staircase to the 4th floor where our room was. Needless to say, it was not easy negotiating a spiral staircase with big pieces of luggage! The room is quite nice though, with plenty of room, two twin beds together, and a clean, well equipped bathroom. The hostel itself is quite modern inside, with a large cafeteria and a lounge area. The free breakfast stopped being served at 9:30, so we quickly got dressed and went down to the cafeteria on the ground floor. Breakfast consisted of various types of meats and cheeses, breads, cereal, yogurt, fruit, and coffee/tea.