Hotel Am Brasselsberg
Konrad-Adenauer-Str. 31, Kassel, Hesse, 34132, Germany
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Travel Tips for Kassel
Not a major destination of Kassel. However, the Bismarck Tower (Bismarckturm) is a secret tip for everybody who loves to explore sights off the beaten path.
Constructed in 1904 on the Brasselsberg within Kassel's Habichtswald, the Tower is 25.5m high and with an altitude of 434m above sea level, it offers a splendid view across Kassel.
Starting from a parking lot along Konrad-Adenauer-Strasse just beneath the Brasselsberg, it takes an approx. 30 - 45 minute walk up the hill.
In this church rests the last prince elector of Hesse-Kassel Friedrich Wilhelm I who died in 1875. The church itself had been completely destroyed during the Second World War and was rebuilt in the 1970s. It's spire is at a height of 80 m (262 ft). In front of the church is one of the oldet cemeteries of Kassel.