Bad Arolsen Vacations
Berlin, Germany's capital, is located roughly 200 miles (322 kilometers) northeast of Bad Arolsen, while Frankfurt is 90 miles (145 kilometers) to the south.
From major tourist drawcards to still-undiscovered gems, Hessen is wonderfully endowed with sights and attractions. Visit the Waldeck Golf Club and Uferpromenade Waldeck in Waldeck, roughly 12 miles (19 kilometers) to the north of Bad Arolsen.
About 20 miles (32 kilometers) to the east of Bad Arolsen is Kassel, an important regional city which is home to Loewenburg Castle, Karlsaue Park and University of Kassel. Museum for Sepulkralkultur, Brothers Grimm Museum and Schloss Wilhelmshoehe are some other interesting attractions definitely worth visiting for those who have time to spare.
Go to Hessen's art galleries, theaters and art museums. These are great places to hang out, particularly on unpleasant days. Travelers looking for places to learn more about local spiritual beliefs, will relish visiting the area's churches.
The Hessen area offers travelers a number of laid-back avenues to experience the region's wide open spaces, such as cycling and picnicking.
Sampling the food eaten by locals is usually so much more than mere sustenance. It is also a glimpse into the way of life in Hessen. Among the variety of elements commonly used here are onions and beans. There are lots of popular dishes in this area. Sample reibekuchen (potato pancakes with apple sauce) or speckkuchen (bacon quiche). Hessen is the perfect place to gorge on delicious Frankfurter kranz (butter cream cake topped with nuts). To prolong your pleasant evening, take your partner out for a drink in a bar that serves regional wines. Get a glass of Hessische Bergstrasse Grauburgunder or Rheingau Riesling.
When it's time to leave, say a fond Tschüss (farewell) to the new friends you've made and the landscapes you've seen.