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"We would like to come visit a relative and would like assistance. What airport would be best to use? I heard that we would have to land (somewhere) and then take a train. Will a Euro rail pass be appropriate for train travel? Anything else which might be helpful? Mary Webb" (posted 11/20/2014)

Hello, Hatzfeld is only a small place. Airport would be Frankfurt am Main. It is best to hire a car.
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Hatzfeld Overview

Hatzfeld (Eder) is a small town in Waldeck-Frankenberg district in Hesse, Germany. Hatzfeld lies in west Hesse 25 km northwest of Marburg (Marburg vacation rentals | Marburg travel guide) and north of the Sackpfeife (674 m-high mountain) in the valley of the Eder.

Hatzfeld borders in the north and east on the town of Battenberg (Waldeck-Frankenberg), in the south on the town of Biedenkopf (Biedenkopf vacation rentals | Biedenkopf travel guide) (Marburg-Biedenkopf), and in the west on the town of Bad Berleburg (Bad Berleburg vacation rentals | Bad Berleburg travel guide) (Siegen-Wittgenstein in North Rhine-Westphalia). The town of Hatzfeld consists of the centres of Biebighausen, Eifa, Hatzfeld (main town), Holzhausen (Holzhausen vacation rentals | Holzhausen travel guide), Lindenhof and Reddighausen

Things to See in Hatzfeld

Evangelical-Lutheran Church

Tourism plays an important rĂ´le in Reddighausen, which is a state-recognized resort with a comprehensive network of hiking trails. There is also a combination woodlore and bird-protection path in Hatzfeld, and at the Sackpfeife are found a winter sport centre, and also a summer toboggan run.

In Lindenhof is a wildfowl haven run by the Naturschutzbund Deutschland, a non-governmental organization dedicated to nature conservation

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More about the History of Hatzfeld

Hatzfeld had its first documentary mention in 1138. In 1340, the community was granted town rights. After the von Hatzfeld family died out in 1570, half the town, and later the whole, passed to the County of Hesse. In 1866, Hatzfeld passed to Prussia, and under Prussian law lost its town rights in 1885. After Prussia was dissolved, Hatzfeld once again became a town in 1950.

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Hatzfeld (Eder) is a small town in Waldeck-Frankenberg district in Hesse, Germany. Hatzfeld lies in west Hesse 25 km northwest of Marburg and north of the Sackpfeife (674 m-high mountain) in the valley of the Eder.

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