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Hotels in and around Kaiserslautern: SAKS Urban Design Hotel fous stars, ALCATRAZ Hotel am Japanischen Garten four stars, Design Hotel Zollamt four stars, Hotel-Restaurant Barbarossahof three stars, Art Hotel Lauterbach three stars, Hotel Barth three stars, Hotel-Restaurant Fröhlich three stars, Hotel Pirsch three stars, Hotel Restaurant Ölmühle three stars, Hotel Restaurant Anna three stars, Ramsteiner Hof three stars, Schlosshotel Landstuhl three stars, Hotel Rosenhof three stars, Hotel Hasselberg two stars, Burgschänke two stars, Hotel Hasselberg two stars, Astra Hotel, Hotel Goldinger, Hotel Europa, Hotel Garni - Gästehaus Steil, Hotel Lautertal and Haus Schippke.
Kaiserslautern is a city in southwest of Germany, in the Rheinland-Pfalz area at the the Pfälzerwald. This city was the seat of government, chosen by Emperor Friedrich I, also known as Barbarossa, in the middle ages. Kaiserslautern is near Ramstein and the American Air Base (Ramstein AFB). Kaiserlautern is a popular destination for city trips, short vacations or longer stays. The city has numerous restaurants, theatres, museums, bars and nightclubs and is famous for its Christmas Markets around the Gothic collegiate church and on Schillerplatz square. Vist the idyllic city Old Town, meet the friendly & hospitable people and see the unique & beautiful Japanese garden in one of the botanic gardens.
Because of its location, Kaiserlautern is surrounded by a forest and lakes, many people come here to walk, hike, skate, mountain bike or climb or to enjoy nature and its beauty. The nature around the city is the perfect background for relaxing walks as well as for intensive active sports.
Museums and libraries: Palatinate Gallery of Art Pfalzgalerie, Wadgasserhof/ Theodor-Zink-Museum (local history), Stadtbibliothek (Municipal Library), Universitätsbibliothek (university library of Kaiserslautern), Hochschulbibliothek (Bibliothek of Fachhochschule), Pfalzbibliothek (scientific library with a main focus on the Electorate of the Palatinate issues).
Must sees in Kaiserslautern: The Humberg Tower, an observation tower on the Humberg hill which was built in 1900 and offers a great view over the Palatinate Forest, Kaiserslautern Zoo at Siegelbach, Karlstal (a whitewater canyon), Kaiserpfalz, the castle of emperor Barbarossa (Redbeard), Nanstein Castle, Landstuhl, a castle in the district, Hohenecken Castle, in a suburb/ward of Kaiserslautern, Gartenschau, a horticultural show, including the largest dinosaur show in the EU and Quaidersberg (394 m), a hill and natural monument 500 metres outside the city