Bad Hersfeld

Bad Hersfeld is in North Hesse.


Bad Hersfeld is a rather old, mid-sized town with roughly 30 000 inhabitants that was around during the times of Charlemagne. The word "Bad" in the name means that it is an officially acknowledged spa and has been since 1949. As Bad Hersfeld is roughly in the center of the reunified Germany several companies like Amazon have decided to have delivery centers here.

Get in

By train

Despite its rather small size, there are direct ICE trains that stop at this city's train station with connections from Frankfurt, Fulda, Eisenach, Erfurt, Weimar, Leipzig, Berlin and Dresden. Regional trains from Kassel, Bebra, Fulda and Göttingen.

By plane

Even though there is an airport in nearby Kassel, chances are you will be flying into Frankfurt Airport (IATA: FRA)

By car

The A4, A5 and A7 intersect just west of the town.

Get around

The town is quite walkable.




As well as the Restaurant in "Zum Stern" and Gourmet-Restaurant L'Étable; and Parkrestaurant und Tiroler Stube in the hotels listed in the sleep section.


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