Top Cityline Hotel Esperanto Fulda

4.5 out of 5 stars4.5 Stars

Esperantoplatz, Fulda, 36037, DE
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Satisfaction Excellent
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 77% more than similarly rated 4.5 star hotels

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  • Families100
  • Couples86
  • Solo88
  • Business85

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Travel Tips for Fulda

A Very German City

by Weissdorn

For people that are looking for a very "German" city, Fulda is a good tip, because for a relatively large German City, it is surprisingly uncosmopolitan, because it’s not a city that has a lot of people who speak English fluently, and seems to have remained standing, while the world around it marches on. Not that the Fuldaners are not worldly, but you will notice are remarkable absence of internationalism in this city, compared to other cities of this size, such as in Leipzig, Heilbronn, Offenbach or even Mainz. Some say that the people in Fulda are remarkably running about ten years behind the times. Hence, if this is true, you can have a window of how Germany was ten years ago, when you visit this place, which is surrounded, by the way, by miles and miles of countryside. Fulda is a remarkably clean city. After thinking about what my fondest memory of Fulda was, I have to say that it remarkably clean, with the absence of liter and grafitti, and on Sundays this city is remarkably quiet, even though the pedestrian zones are full of people.

Florenberg

by IceBear7

A little mountain a few kilometers away from the city center - you can drive up there, have some great traditional food in the restaurant and a wonderful view over the whole city and over to the Rhön mountains. And you only meet locals!

Fulda-my hometown

by DaniBachmann

"my hometown"

Fulda, my hometown. Most people ( who have actually heard of Fulda) remeber the name thanks to our former Archbishop Dyba.
Fulda is actually a very neat city- very proud of it's "baroque" inner city.
Fulda sure isn't as impressive as Berlin or Hamburg, but if you are looking for a relaxing Holiday with lots of hiking and cycling- come to Fulda!

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Address: Esperantoplatz, Fulda, 36037, DE