Our bus company wants you to introduce with the city perched on the River Fulda in Hesse, Germany. A tour bus will be happy to assist your group while you discovering Kassel, the cultural, economic, and administrative center of northern Hesse. The city is home to many lovely palaces and parks. The town itself was first mentioned in documents as far back as 913 AD and today boasts many well-preserved historical attractions and attractions. Chartered bus by Bus Charter Europe is your special key to experience a wonderful and memorable voyage in Kessel.
If you decide travel with group bus rental by Coach Charter Europe is best option to travel in Kessel. Tour bus by Coach Charter Europe reminds group to plan their time between visits carefully to manage discovering, and still have time for other activities.
Do you need inspiration where to go in Kessel? Find here our top 10 places to go in Kessel:
1. Löwenburg Castle
Follow the knights' footsteps to the magnificent Löwenburg Castle, built purposefully and artistically to resemble a half-ruined medieval castle. The castle's baroque interior houses royal rooms, an armory furnished with 16th and 17th century arms, and a Neo-Gothic chapel that can be visited as part of a guided tour. Take our bus company as you best partner to exploring this historical castle.
2. Bergpark Wilhelmshöhe
The chartered bus wants you introduce with the renowned art historian Georg Dehio described Stunning Wilhelmshöhe Park (Bergpark Wilhelmshöhe), a UNESCO World Heritage Site, as "the most magnificent achievement of the Baroque style in the mixture of architecture and landscape." The highest point of the park is the Karlsberg Mountain of 526 meters in height.
3. Wilhelmshöhe Castle Museum
Wilhelmshöhe's 17th-century castle — Schloss Wilhelmshöhe — has played a significant role in German culture, perhaps most famously as Kaiser Wilhelm II's summer residence. Today, the Wilhelmshöhe Castle Museum is home to its sumptuously decorated interior. A bental bus recommends explore collections of classical and prehistoric antiquities; and displays of furniture, glass, and ceramics.
4. Karlsaue Park
Our bus company will be glad to take through Karlsaue's historic park, covering over 400 acres, is an outstanding ensemble consisting of a symmetrical network of canals, reservoirs, fountains, towering trees, sculptures, marble baths and the flower island Siebenbergen, which burst into a color riot in spring-summer. The most famous attraction of this Baroque park, however, is the palatial orangery, housing science facilities and a planetarium.
5. Brothers Grimm - Museum
Brothers Grimm, writers of magic fairy tales that we all grew up listening to, spent several years in Kassel and even studied the town library for their work. The Brüder Grimm-Museum is dedicated to the life and work of the legendary sibling couple, and houses first editions of their famous fairy tales, translated versions and correspondence from the brothers. A chartered bus proposes you explore paintings, artifacts, furniture and other objects connected to the Brothers Grimm.
Marmorbad is a rare attraction in Kassel, and the country's last surviving of its kind. It is in the Karlsaue Forest, next to the Orangerie. Designed in the mid-18th century, this baroque bathing ensemble includes 12 stunning marble statues, decorative wall reliefs, portraits and medallions. Our bus rental company recommends use audio guide while take a tour in Marmorbad.
7. Schloss Wilhelmsthal
Though located about 11 kilometers northwest of Kassel, Francois de Cuvilliés built Wilhelmsthal Castle (Schloss Wilhelmsthal) as a summer residence for the Elector and should certainly be added to your Kassel holiday itinerary. It's generally considered one of Germany's most beautiful Rococo palaces. Hire a coach with driver in our bus company and enjoy 20 minutes ride.
8. The Neue Galerie
New Gallery in Kassel is a must-see for art enthusiasts. Opened in 1976, its collection contains a variety of 19th and 20th century contemporary artworks including several nice landscape paintings. The works of Max Slevogt and the sculptures by Joseph Beuys are especially famous.
9. Museum for Sepulchral Culture
Dedicated to death, Museum für Sepulkralkultur is one of the rarest museums you'll find in Europe. The museum takes visitors through themes of departed death, burial and commemoration. Expect to find coffins, tombstones, funeral garb, and death-related pictures and sculptures from the Middle Ages to the modern times. A bus company has to admit this is a popular tourist attraction in Kassel, which focuses less on the "Grimm" and more on the "grim."
10. Walter De Maria’s Vertical Earth Kilometer
Go off the beaten tourist path and visit the Friedrichsplatz Park to this interesting spot. The Vertical Earth Kilometer is a 1 km (.62 mile) long brass rod pushed through six geological layers in the ground, with only its top (similar to a small metal disc) visible on the ground surface.
Airport shuttle by Coach Charter Europe recommends arriving at Frankfurt International Airport, Hamburg Airport, Hannover Airport or Bremen Airport. Airport shuttle Coach Charter Europe will pick you and your group from airports or any other place in and around the city. It will take just a while to drive to the city center by airport shuttle bus. We are the airport shuttle that gives you flexibility while you can create your individual tour with your group. Our airport shuttle would be the wise partner to have when traveling around Kassel.
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