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Cheap flights to Hesse

Hesse is a state in Germany with a land area of 21,110 square kilometers. With its largest city, Frankfurt am Main, and capital Wiesbaden, Hesse is proud to be deeply rooted in its cultural heritage and history, while being open-minded, accepting, and international. Hesse is divided into 21 districts, with five independent cities that include Frankfurt am Main, Wiesbaden, Darmstadt, Offenbach am Main, and Kassel, along with Bergstraße, Darmstadt-Dieburg, Groß-Gerau, Hochtaunuskreis, and Schwalm-Eder-Kreis, among others.  

 

What to see & do

When in Hesse, there are a ton of attractions and activities to see and do. Get into the state’s most popular destinations and experience first-hand what it can offer. Hesse’s top places to visit include Frankfurt, Wiesbaden, Kassel, Darmstadt, Fulda, and Marburg, among others. 

Frankfurt offers various historical destinations such as Römerberg, Dom, Eiserner Steg, Hauptwache, Alte Oper, Börse, Paulskirche, Sachsenhausen; museums to be visited include Museumsufer tour, Architektur Museum (German Architecture Museum), Museum für Angewandte Kunst (Museum of Modern Art), and Liebieghaus, among others. Frankfurt also has attractions like the Botanic Garden, Campus Westend, Liebfrauenkirche, and Palais Thurn und Taxis (palace of the Princely House of Thurn and Taxis), to name a few.

Wiesbaden is known for its Kurhaus, Hessisches Staatstheater (Hessian State Theatre), Marktkirche (Protestant Market Church), Rathaus and Altes Rathaus (Town Hall and Old Town Hall), and Sektkellerie Henkel (Henkell Champagne Production Facility), among others. 

Kassel should be experienced via the Bergpark Wilhelmshöhe, the Centre of Kassel, to name a few. Darmstadt, Fulda, and Marburg can also be explored via its Künstlerkolonie Mathildenhöhe, Park Rosenhoehe, Langer Ludwig, Castle Frankenstein, Baroque Nobles' Palaces and Baroque Quarter, Schloss Fasanerie, and Amoeneburg, among others. 

 

How to get around within Hesse

Hesse is served by a rail and motorway network that makes for an easy trip. Among the transportation options within Hesse include travelling by car, bicycle, or train. 

 

Car travel is possible with Hesse’s 1,000-kilometer motorway that connects various spots in Germany and Europe. For an easy and worry-free travel, the Hessen Traffic Centre provides the necessary information on the traffic situation, congestion, and construction sites along the way.

Train travel within Hesse is efficient with the Frankfurt Central Station, a station that can be reached by almost every city within Germany. 

Bicycle trips can also be arranged within Hesse, the Radroutenplaner Hessen or cycling route planner, which works with your needs and provides options to make the travel as effortless and as accommodating as it can be. 

Additionally, visitors can also get around Hesse via the Nordhessischer VerkehrsVerbund (NVV), Rhein-Main-Verkehrsverbund (RMV), and German National Railways, with the Hessenticket, and the Schönes-Wochenende-Ticket.  

 

How to get there

The airports that serve Hesse are Frankfurt Airport, by far the largest airport in Germany, with more than 57 million passenger each year and among the ten largest in the world; nearby airport Frankfurt Egelsbach Airport, located towards south; Kassel Calden Airport in Northern Hesse; and Frankfurt-Hahn Airport. Among the airlines that fly to and from Hesse include Germania with its Antalya flights, and seasonal Heraklion, Hurghada, Palma de Mallorca, and Fuerteventura flights via Kassel Calden Airport. In addition, Ryanair, SunExpress, and Wizz Air, also has flights to and from Hesse via destinations such as Alicante, Bari, Bergamo, Cagliari, Comiso, Dublin, Féz, Izmir, Budapest, and Tuzla, to name a few.

Flights to Hesse

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