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Fulda Railway Station

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Opening hours

Mo 0900-1930
Tu-Fr 0700-1930
Sa 0900-1430
Su Closed
Address
Am Bahnhof 3, 36037

Telephone: +49 (0) 661 47033

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Hertz at Fulda Railway Station.

The German city of Fulda is found in the state of Hesse and is situated on the banks of the River of the same name. It is known for its vibrant and colourful carnivals such as the Carnival Monday Parade which is the largest in the state. More than 4,000 people line the streets as they wait for the carnival to start at precisely 13.33.

Hiring a car from Fulda allows visitors to drive to one of the many sporting events. Fulda has its very own marathon which takes place in September every year. After participating you may be very grateful to have a car to take you back to where you are staying.

You cannot visit Fulda without exploring Germany's most advanced planetarium which is located in the city. Renting a car from Fulda gives you the freedom to drive to The Vonderau Museum which houses the Planetarium. Here visitors can experience journeys through space with the help of a projector which beams images of the universe onto the domed ceiling above them. You will also be able to view the night sky, as it currently is, above Fulda. As well as the subject of astronomy, viewers will also learn of our relationship with the universe.