Berlin, the country's capital, is located 220 miles (354 kilometers) northeast of Rauschenberg, while Frankfurt is 55 miles (89 kilometers) to the south.
Hessen is brimming with fabulous attractions, from tourist hotspots to still-undiscovered gems. Journey 18 miles (29 kilometers) northwest to Alsfeld, where you can check out the Alsfeld Fairy Tale House and Alsfeld Regional Museum.
Marburg is around 9 miles (14 kilometers) from Rauschenberg. This regional center has a great selection of visitor attractions, such as Town Hall, Alte Universitat and Landgrafenschloss. Kaiser Wilhelm Tower and St. Elizabeth Church are other popular places worth checking out for those who have time to spare.
Stop by Hessen's popular historic mansions, it's a great way to get to know the area's colorful past. No matter what your spiritual beliefs, visitors are guaranteed to find a little serenity in Hessen's cathedrals and other sites of spiritual significance.
Signing up for one of the city walking tours and segway tours can be a good way to get an understanding of Hessen.
More often than not, a destination's true personality can be found wafting from its pots, pans and ovens. Onions as well as beans are often used in cooking here. Of course, no journey through this region would be complete without ordering a reibekuchen (potato pancakes with apple sauce) and speckkuchen (bacon quiche). And when it is time for dessert, you can also try Frankfurter kranz (butter cream cake topped with nuts). Try a Hessische Bergstrasse Grauburgunder or Rheingau Riesling. These are two types of wine that are popular in this area.
At the end of your adventure in this special place, say farewell the way German's do, with a hearty "Tschüss."