Robin's Nest is located in the border triangle of Hesse, Lower Saxony and Thuringia in the heart of Germany. We have put together a few destinations.
The small North Hessian town is also called Cherry Town because of the many cherry trees. The original outline of the half-timbered town of Witzenhausen indicates parts of the city wall and two towers. In one of the towers - the Diebesturm - prisoners were accommodated. The city center is rich in old half-timbered houses, as the Sommermann'sche Haus (1511) and the Steinernes Haus (1584) show. In the Wilhelmeenkloster (only a stone's throw away from the market place) is today the administration and refectory of the University Kassel / location Witzenhausen accommodated.
The city of Kassel is located in northern Hesse on the Fulda. In Kassel-Wilhelmshöhe, the mountain park with its castle and numerous viaducts from Greek and Roman mythology was purchased in the 18th century. From the castle, many paths lead to the city's landmark Hercules. He sits enthroned on an octagon at dizzy heights. From here (the Herkules is walkable) you have a magnificent view over Kassel.
The charming university town of Göttingen is around 20 km north of Robin's Nest. Göttingen has a number of historic buildings, museums, etc. as well as Germany's most kissed woman on the market square, the Gänseliesel. The large pedestrian area with numerous shops, cafes invites you to stroll and linger.
"Where Werra and Fulda kiss, they have to pay their name" and they unite to the Weser lies the beautifully renovated half-timbered town of Hann. Munden. The downtown area with a spacious pedestrian zone shows very beautiful half-timbered houses from the late Gothic to the Biedermeier period.
... the slightly different family park is around 8 km from Robin's Nest. In the spacious park, with many flowers, fairy tales of the Brothers Grimm can be seen and heard. The Rainbow Railway goes through the "Frau Holle Land", the "Bremen Town Musicians" scare the robbers, Sleeping Beauty appears in the wedding dress and more fairy tales more.