A regional hub with historical roots
Fulda’s carefully redeveloped old town and historical streets make it extremely popular with locals and international visitors.
Fulda’s City Palace was built in 1706 and now houses the city’s porcelain collection. The nearby orangery provides an elegant setting for the stately residential gardens. Take a closer look at the Floravase that stands before the orangery – it was carved from a single stone. It’s one of the prettiest baroque sculptures in Germany. Nowadays, Fulda is a modern and attractive city.
Thanks to its intercity express connection, Frankfurt is just an hour away. Fulda has become a regional hub, and it’s also a popular location for congresses and conferences.