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Historic market place

Short facts

  • Fritzlar

Historical market place Fritzlar

In the heart of Fritzlar's old town lies the historic market square with its beautiful half-timbered ensemble and the Rolandsbrunnen fountain. This is where the social life takes place.

Numerous cafés and restaurants invite you to linger and enjoy, and an almost traffic-free old town offers visitors a special shopping ambience with its very inviting shops and boutiques.

On Fritzlar's market square stands one of the oldest and most interesting late-medieval half-timbered houses in the town, the Gildehaus, also known as the "Kaufhäuschen", built between 1475 and 1480.


34560 Fritzlar


Phone: +49 5622 / 988658


Website: www.fritzlar.de

General information

  • Suitable for Pushchair
Other Furnishing/Equipment
  • Toilet

Your way to Fritzlar by car:

Coming from the west (A 44) or north (A 7), take the A 49 in Kassel in the direction of Marburg until the Fritzlar exit. Coming from the east, leave the A 7 at the Homberg/Efze exit and take the B 323, 254, 253 and 450 federal roads to Fritzlar.

By train and bus:

From the ICE railway station Kassel-Wilhelmshöhe directly by express bus to the bus station Fritzlar/Allee (historic old town) or by regional train via Wabern. Trains from Hanover or Frankfurt/Main go to Wabern (7 km from Fritzlar), from there you can get to Fritzlar by train, bus or taxi.

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