Taking a stroll through the inner core of Kassel is always worthwhile as this is where our bus passengers will find countless shops, restaurants, stylistic buildings, and museums. After you have gotten insight in the history of the regional culture you can visit one of the numerous restaurants that Kassel has to offer. As Kassel is North-Hessen’s biggest city there are many different shops waiting for you when your bus arrives in the city!
Things to do in Kassel
One of the most popular reasons why tourists and travelers visit Kassel is to visit its international art exhibition Documenta. When your bus arrives to Kassel you should use the city’s public transport. By doing this you will have a full tour of the city and through the entire urban area of Kassel, where you will be able to explore stunning pieces of art from contemporary artists and designers alike. A visit to the Fridericianum museum offers visitors modern art exhibitions throughout the entire year.
Interesting facts about Kassel
In June 2013 Bergpark Wilhelmshoehe was named as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. It is located in the west of Kassel and is the home of the castle and Hercules statue, two of Kassel’s most well known attractions and landmarks. The park which is in the English landscape garden style is also a very popular tourist attraction. In the evenings the parks impressive water features are lit up creating a special ambience through Habichtswald, Kassel’s most striking forest. The Karlswiese is a multiple-acre lawn which lies in front of the Orangerie Museum north of the Hessian town. It is one of the largest recreational areas in Germany. When you travel by bus to Kassel you will not only be fascinated by the unique architecture of the Orangery itself , but also mesmerized by the beauty of the surrounding gardens, perfect for taking a stroll in the spring or summer months.
Explore the surrounding areas of Kassel
Every summer the famous ‘Zissel’ festival takes place in Kassel. This is the biggest folk festival in Kassel and each year attracts many people from all around Germany. The festival offers countless culinary delights and also exposes some Hessian traditions, such as the “Zisselherings” that you will find at the fountain of the same name. As soon as your bus has arrived in Kassel you should embrace this unique atmosphere and enjoy the ambience of the music and traditions.
Your Bus Stops in Kassel
Please note that there are 2 bus stops in Kassel
Wilhelmshöher Allee 241
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