At almost 200,000 inhabitants, Kassel is the biggest city in northern Hesse. Known first and foremost for the contemporary art exhibition "documenta", which takes place every five years (next 2017), the city has much more to offer. Since 2013, Kassel has been a UNESCO World Heritage site because of its beautiful Bergpark Wilhelmshöhe. Apart from this park and the spectacular water features you can watch there in summer, Kassel is home to lots of other parks and forests - an incredible 62% of the city are green areas!
Aschaffenburg - the Bavarian Nice
Located on the border to the state Hesse but still lying in Bavaria, Aschaffenburg feels like a more quiet and less crowded town than Frankfurt but cannot…
Lohr am Main is a town located in Franconia in Bavaria, Germany.
The town lies on the river Main and is known as "The Gate to the Spessart" because of it's geographical location at the footh…