The Blücherplatz, or Blücher for short, is a parking lot and market place in Kiel in the Kiel-Blücherplatz district of the same name. Blücherplatz and the adjacent Blücherstrasse were given their names in 1902, after Gebhard Leberecht von Blücher (1742-1819). The Blücher Bridge on the Kielline was also named after him.
The Blücherplatz is a free car park for several hundred vehicles five days a week all day long. The weekly market takes place on Blücherplatz every Monday and Thursday. On market days there is a parking ban on the Blücher from midnight to 5 p.m. But not only the weekly market Blücherplatz offers shopping opportunities for neighboring residents. Around the Blücher there are numerous shops, shops, doctors, restaurants, cafes and much more.
During the Christmas season, Christmas trees are sold on the Blücher square and every now and then there are also events on the Blücherplatz, including a live broadcast of the opera premiere of the Kiel Opera Summer on a big screen every summer.