Fulda is a small city about an hour away from Frankfurt by train in Central Germany. It has a nice small-town feel, and manages to have good tourist resources without feeling touristy.

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build 1706 - Head out of the bottom of the train station and go straight for 5 blocks, turn right and head about three blocks. You will be able to see it. The castle used to used by the princes of the region, but is now the seat of local government and other services, including the police station. The gardens are very nicely taken care of, and there are benches scattered throughout.

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Rhoen Residence

This hotel offers beautiful views and friendly service. Ask for one of the renovated rooms though, as the ones that are not are dated and walls are thin. It's a popular place with business travellers but it's also at a convenient location if you're looking to explore the natural surroundings. There's a pool and several wellness facilities.

Cafe Palais

Cafe shares an entrance with the tourist office. The tourist computer kiosk is actually in this cafe's lobby. This place looks a lot more relaxed than the bar/restaurants across the plaza.

EAT   —  Bonifatius Platz 1

tourist's office

There is a tourist computer-terminal available for extended hours with hotel, sights, and other tourist information.

OTHER   —  Bonifatius Platz 1

St. Michael's Church

oldest Holy Sepulchre church in Germany, built in the Carolingian architectural style around 820

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Fulda Cathedral

Baroque, former abbey and burial place of Saint Boniface.

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Brauhaus Wiesenmühle

Restaurant, Hotel, Beer garden


and Flora Vase

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Fuldaer Hof


EAT   —  +49 661 25 00 864 —  Am Ried 13

Schloss Fasanerie

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