Top 10 Things to do in Fulda, Germany

January 26, 2018 Moriah Teneyck

Fulda (German pronunciation: [ˈfʊlda]) (historically in English called Fuld) is a city in Hesse, Germany; it is located on the river Fulda and is the administrative seat of the Fulda district (Kreis). In 1990, the town hosted the 30th Hessentag state festival.
Restaurants in Fulda

1. Fulda Cathedral

Domplatz, Fulda, Hesse, Germany +49 661 1021813
Excellent
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4.5 based on 352 reviews

Fulda Cathedral

Reviewed By Michael C - Somerville, Australia

Worth a look when in town. Impressive externally and pretty good internally. Have seen better churches elsewhere but still worth a look.

2. Hotel Esperanto SPA&Wellness

Esperantoplatz 1, 36037 Rotenburg an der Fulda, Hesse, Germany
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4.5 based on 10 reviews

Hotel Esperanto SPA&Wellness

Reviewed By saltstream - Sulzbach am Main, Germany

Wonderful hotel, breakfast & evening meal fabulous choices, even got an upgrade to a suite! For me personally, only thing missing were facilities to make a coffee on waking, a necessity for me!

3. iX Bowling

Alte Ziegelei 10, 36100 Petersberg, Fulda, Hesse, Germany +49 661 96799013
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4 based on 14 reviews

iX Bowling

Reviewed By Nicole G - Datteln, Germany

Wir haben mit 2 Erwachsenen und 5 Teenies im IX Bowling einen ganzen Abend verbracht.
Mit der zuvor bestellten Bowlingbahn, die sehr modern und in einem super Zustand ist, haben wir viel Spaß gehabt. Die im Hintergrund laufende Musik ist modern und gut zu hören, aber dennoch nicht zu laut.
Hervorzuheben sind vor allem auch das sehr freundliche Personal sowie die geschmacklich durchaus guten Gerichte (Flammkuchen und Pizzen).
Fazit: auf jeden Fall zu empfehlen!!!

4. Michaelskirche

Michaelsberg 1, 36037, Fulda, Hesse, Germany
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4.5 based on 115 reviews

Michaelskirche

Reviewed By cloed89 - Kassel, Germany

From outside, this church may look like old and ordinary but when you go inside, you realise what a secret jewel it is. It dates from the Carolingian ages, so its decoration is simple but quite breathtaking. It is for free. Taking pictures isn't allowed.

5. Schlossgarten Fulda

Boniface Square 1, 36037, Fulda, Hesse, Germany +49 661 1021814
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4.5 based on 209 reviews

Schlossgarten Fulda

Reviewed By BZimm08 - Olathe, Kansas

Schlossgarten in Fulda is well worth a visit. Fulda is not a huge city, making it very walk-able. I would recommend going to the Cathedral then crossing the road to Schlossgarten. The garden is beautifully done, and well taken care of. Along the walkways here there are Fountains, old trees, flowers and a large pond. Not only is the garden beautiful but the surrounding buildings and architecture is just as pleasant. You can spend time relaxing here with a book, bike riding, taking photographs, etc. The park is a lot bigger then I originally thought as I usually walk to the pond then up to the schloss. If you are into photography, there are many great views here at Schlossgarten. The trails here are nice and flat, so anyone can enjoy the Gardens here.

6. Stadtschloss City Palace Fulda

Schlossstr. 1, 36037, Fulda, Hesse, Germany +49 661 1023210
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4 based on 105 reviews

Stadtschloss City Palace Fulda

Reviewed By Matthias W - Geneva, Switzerland

Many people visit Fulda to see the Cathedral. Just a few metres away is the city palace of the former abbots of Fulda. It is one of the most beautiful city palaces in Germany and was not hit by the war. Some of the rooms are used nowadays by the city administration. In case there is a wedding, the chapel and the emperor's hall might be closed down. That was the case when i visited but I was impressed nonetheless. Since it was winter the park was pretty empty, but have a look through the glass doors of the orangerie as well. Nowadays a congress center, the central hall is magnificent as well (especially if illuminated during the night).

7. Kloster Frauenberg

Am Frauenberg 1, 36039, Fulda, Hesse, Germany +49 661 109545
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4.5 based on 33 reviews

Kloster Frauenberg

Reviewed By travelmeisteren - Honolulu, Hawaii

We were under-impressed with the church itself. It was interesting to find a couple of altars (we were there at the beginning of October) set up with “offerings” I guess. One was fruits; the other was veg. Interesting. The church itself is rather blah. However, the views into the city from up there were great!

8. Dahliengarten

Johannes-Dyba-Allee, 36037, Fulda, Hesse, Germany
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4.5 based on 32 reviews

Dahliengarten

Reviewed By 545medva - Budapest, Hungary

You should find it, because it is a little hidden, not far from the castle. Small, but full of flowers.

9. Deutsches Feuerwehr-Museum Fulda

St.-Laurentius-Str. 3, 36041, Fulda, Hesse, Germany +49 661 75017
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4.5 based on 21 reviews

Deutsches Feuerwehr-Museum Fulda

Reviewed By chweb5 - Aylesbury, United Kingdom

Had an evening dinner function with over 100 people inside this museum. Very unusual, seeing these old fire engines.

10. Stadtpfarrkirche

Nonnengasse 13, 36037, Fulda, Hesse, Germany
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4 based on 27 reviews

Stadtpfarrkirche

Reviewed By 545medva - Budapest, Hungary

You can see it from far as there are two high towers on the church, one of them you can climb. Originally was built in 1103 in roman style, but in 1770 rebuilt completely in baroque. Very nice high altar from Hoys and Wittmann.

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