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Best City Hotel Cassel

Art & Culture City Kassel

Kassel is situated in the heart of Germany and from all directions to achieve perfect - whether by car or train.

Kassel is known internationally, especially through the mountain park level with the water features in Cassel Habichtswald and held since 1955 every 5 years art exhibition documenta. For this reason, since March 1999 officially Cassel carries the nickname documenta city.

Thanks to its excellent transport connections, the exhibition center near the city center is ideally located by car, ICE or plane. The immediate motorway connection and more than 3,000 free on-site parking places make the Kassel Fair in the green a perfect location for events.

Kunst & Kulturstadt - documenta Stadt Kassel

The state theater Kassel is one of the most traditional theater cities in Germany. As early as 1603 - 1605, the Ottoneum was the first permanent theater building in Gearmany under Landgraf Moritz. Today the state theater Kassel is a three-division theater with opera / operetta, drama and ballet.

Festival & Event Time - Summer time means festival time. In Kassel, however, you can enjoy the festive atmosphere all year round. Whether it is singing, dancing or filming, there are high-quality offers for every culture lover. Let yourself be carried away to the most beautiful venues in Kassel or visit the rustic terrain in the region of Nordhessen. Whether in convents, old barns or as an open air event. Kassel offers the right location for every event.

Museums & attractions - Kassel is rich in museums and monuments. Unique collections and exhibitions make the hearts of every art lover beat faster. Whether in the city center or in the mountain park Wilhelmshöhe, whether old masters or contemporary art. Kassel's museum landscape is top-notch and offers the right offer for every taste.

Gebrüder Grimm in Kassel - The Grimm brothers are the main attractions in the city of Kassel in addition to the documenta and the Bergpark. Generations of children have grown up with the "children and house tales" translated into more than 170 languages. They connect peoples and form the tension between tradition and modernity.