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Atta Cave and Greifenstein Castle Tour from Frankfurt
"Leave central Frankfurt to travel north toward Attendorn a town just south of the city of Dortmund. Relax in the comfort of your luxury coach and then stop at Biggesee a large lake that’s home to Germany’s famous Atta Cave. Head below ground walking along the 262-foot (80-meter) natural corridor before entering the beautiful dripstone cave itself. Gaze in awe at the calcite crystal formations that abound and admire the impressive stalactites that drip from the cave ceilings. The formation of the cave is believed to have begun some 400 million ye and your guide will explain its geology and history as you explore.Walk back up to ground level after your cave tour
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Frankfurt Layover Private Sightseeing Tour with Round-Trip Airport Transport
"After pickup from the Frankfurt airport by your guide your private layover tour begins at Frankfurt Central Train Station (Frankfurt Hauptbahnhof) just west of the city center. From here your guide will take you across the Friedensbruecke (Peace Bridge) over the River Main and point out Frankfurt's 13 museums along the renowned Museum Embankment.Continue to Old Sachsenhausen a pedestrian district of Frankfurt famed for its lively cafés bars and restaurants where you can embark on a short walk if you wish. Then
From EUR79.00
 
Private Tour: Frankfurt City Highlights
"Meet your driver also your expert guide outside your centrally located Frankfurt hotel to begin your private 2.5-hour sightseeing tour of Frankfurt’s most impressive landmarks and sites. From the comfort of your air-conditioned vehicle soak up impressive views of Frankfurt’s top attractions as you journey through the one-time coronation city of the German emperors. Make your first stop at the Römer in Frankfurt’s Old Town. The Römer is a medieval building that has served as the pastel facades. Look out for St Paul’s Church which served as the seat of the very first freely elected German parliament and Frankfurt Cathedral before continuing to Old Sachsenhausen. As you wander through the district's narrow cobblestone lanes that are lined with quaint
From EUR61.00

More Things to Do in Fulda

The Fulda Cathedral

I doubt there is no city more “Catholic” in all of Germany than Fulda. I don’t even think Cologne and Munich even come close, although they have nice cathedrals too. The county of Fulda and the...
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Weissdorn
Apr 04, 2011

St. Blasius church

My friends and I went to St. Blasius church once because there was "international rosary" (the rosary said in many different languages) happening as part of the pre-World-Youth-Day events. This church...
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fairy_dust
Nov 08, 2005

Cathedral of Hesse

The most important landmark in the city of Fulda is the baroque cathedral in the middle of town. Because it houses the grave of St. Boniface, it is also a popular pilgrimage destination. The interior...
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fairy_dust
Nov 08, 2005

Hexenturm

Apart from the Baroque quarter, you also find a lot of medieval buildings in the city center. Narrow lanes instad of wide avenues, little half-timbered houses instead of palaces, chapels instead of...
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IceBear7
Nov 15, 2004

Off to the Side

The Marienkapelle is in the Dom in Fulda.It is a side chapel that is bigger than many churches! It keeps with the extreme baroque theme of the rest of the Cathedral. Usually this chapel is used for...
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bilgeez
Oct 29, 2004

In the basement

The grave if St. Boniface is in the basement of the Cathedral (Dom) in Fulda. It is not a dreary place and there are statues of saints in the room that are interesting to look at, also. As I explained...
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bilgeez
Oct 23, 2004
 
 
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history...

A stroll through the old core of Fulda is always worthwhile...You should start off at the "Universitaetsplatz" heading towards the old city hall- don't get distracted by the shops, though :o))!Then...
DaniBachmann
Oct 06, 2003

German Fire Brigade Museum

You always dreamed of becoming a fire fighter? Then visit this relatively new museum and have a look at fire fighting equipment dating back to Renaissance times, check the progress made of the...
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IceBear7
Feb 04, 2003

Vonderau Museum

A further Baroque building is home to Vonderau Museum . It contains three permanent exhibitions: The cultural history department presents an overview of Fulda's history from early times to the...
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IceBear7
Feb 04, 2003

Stadtschloss / City Palace

The beautiful Stadtschloss (city palace) in Fulda! Built on behalf of the prince abbots between 1706 and 1721 as an extension of the previous Renaissance castle. For centuries Fulda`s rulers were...
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IceBear7
Feb 04, 2003

Cathedral / Dom

The Dom (Cathedral) in Fulda is probably its most famous building. Built between 1704 and 1712 in the (then) modern Baroque style it was restored a couple of years ago. Prince abbot Adalbert von...
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IceBear7
Feb 04, 2003

Saint Paul`s Gate

The Paulustor marks the entrance to Fulda`s Baroque Quarter. From here it`s streets with cobblestones, beautiful palaces, the cathedral, tree-lined streets... The gate was built by Johann...
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IceBear7
Feb 04, 2003

German Fire Fighting Museum

In three exhibition halls, you can see fire fighting equipment that goes from the Renaissance up until what is used today in Germany, as well as how fire fighting techiques progressed through the...
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Weissdorn
Oct 29, 2002

Benedictine Abbey St. Maria

In 1626 the Abbey St. Maria was founded in Fulda and is still a Benedictine Abbey today. The abbey church is a plain building with late Gothic and Renaissance elements. Especially worth seeing in the...
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Weissdorn
Oct 29, 2002

Top Hotels in Fulda

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Wiesenmuehlenstrasse 13, Fulda, Hesse, 36037, Germany
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Esperanto Platz, Fulda, 36037, DE
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Esperantoplatz, Fulda, 36037, DE
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Simpliciusbrunnen 1, Fulda, Hesse, 36037, Germany
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Leipziger Str. 122-124, Fulda 36037
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Leipziger Strasse 122 124
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"Fulda-Home of My Ancestors"
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"My stay in the Fulda area"
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"Fulda-my hometown"
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