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Awesome Park in the City!

Really wonderful surroundings...great place to stroll around and unwind right in the inner city... read more

Reviewed December 26, 2018
Larni V
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South Africa
Quiet place

Beautiful large Orangerie summer residence, two kilometers long park with many paths, suitable for... read more

Reviewed December 18, 2018
Bezchli
,
Zdar nad Sazavou, Czech Republic
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Dec 26, 2018
“Awesome Park in the City!”
Dec 18, 2018
“Quiet place”
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Reviewed December 26, 2018

Really wonderful surroundings...great place to stroll around and unwind right in the inner city! The Orangerie is a fantastic old historical building with a great restaurant with fantastic light meals and a cold beer! Winter or summer it's like being in a fairy tale wonderland!

Date of experience: July 2018
Thank Larni V
Reviewed December 18, 2018

Beautiful large Orangerie summer residence, two kilometers long park with many paths, suitable for walking and chatting with children. At the palace you can use the café. Suitable for running and Nordic walking.

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank Bezchli
Reviewed September 11, 2017

The Orangerie of Kassel is a beautiful building. Only from a distance or on a map you see how large the building actually is. Also has a nice terrace (with a cafe) in front.

Date of experience: September 2017
Thank Johan17
Reviewed August 4, 2017 via mobile

We spent more than an hour walking around the palace and surrounds, beautiful garden and ponds, with lots of people enjoying the area. Must see if you're in kassel.

Date of experience: August 2017
Thank Openfj0re
Reviewed July 3, 2017

If you descend to the Orangerie from the Documenta-Halle, what you see first is a beautiful building , painted in Yellow, that now houses a museum of science and history. This building is fnaked by statues of the bygone, Monarchical era and in its front,...More

Date of experience: June 2017
Thank abhijeet t
Reviewed April 14, 2017

I was there is part of an event, and I was really amazed by such an amazing spot in Kassel. The building is very nice and the outside is a really cool place to chill (when the weather is nice ) with a great view...More

Date of experience: November 2016
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Reviewed April 12, 2017 via mobile

The Orangerie is a beautiful place that have to be seen!!! By entering this location you just feel like at home. The food is amazing!!!!

Date of experience: December 2016
Thank Erna T
Reviewed April 12, 2017

The Orangerie is an amazing park to enjoy nice walks, the nature and the sculptures around. The park is really big and you can rediscover it every day if you like to, it always has something different to show. It is nice to enjoy in...More

Date of experience: December 2016
Thank Vie J
Reviewed April 12, 2017

I remember the first time i was in Kassel. I just wanted to have somthing consistent for the nuch time. I was invited at the Orangerie...and waoooow. Nice view, beautiful park, fresh air ( you can spend a lot of time there with your family...More

Date of experience: July 2016
Thank ngueleroine
Reviewed April 12, 2017

Nice venue in historic building, great terrace with view on the park and friendly service. Enjoy your breakfast or lunch there - it's worth a visit!

Date of experience: April 2017
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I've seen many people around with dogs but I'm not sure if they are allowed inside, sorry!
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Canadianwilderness
A few questions about the Orsay... (2 Replies)
1. If I buy a timed exhibit to the Van Gogh for 12 euros...does that include my entry to the Orsay? I was looking on the FNAC website and couldn't figure this out. 2. If we do a timed entry at 9:30 to the Van Gogh...will there be any issues with us getting into the Orsay at that time due to the line? 3. Can we buy a combo ticket for the Orsay/L'Orangerie/Van Gogh online or in advance somewhere? Is this even possible? Thanks for any information. J.
June 06, 2014|
Response fromCanadianwilderness|
Thank you Inna.
lam91897
Washington, DC
How long at the Cluny and Rodin Museums? (7 Replies)
I am trying to decide if I can fit a visit to the Cluny and Rodin museums in one afternoon. I arrive at my hotel in Paris from Belgium on a Saturday around noon and would like to visit both of them before closing. The other option is to do the Orangerie and the Rodin and visit the Cluny on Monday morning. Also has anyone eaten at the cafeteria at the Rodin Museum? Price ? The link for the menu on the website is broken.
July 28, 2011|
Response frominnaMontreal|
If you arrive at noon, as planned, then you could see the 2 museums... an hour and a half each can suffice, but on a nice day you might wish to spend more time at the Rodin Museum's lovely garden (quite big, a park really). I've seen the café in the garden but was never tempted to eat there, some seem to like it though -- it sells sandwiches and some sweets.
Gabriele
Bologna, Italy
3-day trip in paris (9 Replies)
Hi everyone, I've just booked my three-day trip in paris in January (16th to 19th), with flight back at 9PM so I can enjoy the full day. I'll be staying close to Jules Joffrin metro station. Here are my questions: - What to do in my three days (best places, sights, and so on). - Does it make sense tu purchase a travel pass that would grant me entrance to either museums, the Tour Eiffel and means of transport? Note that I'm travelling on a budget, so the cheapest the best for me. Not...More
November 29, 2017|
Response fromeflaherty2002|
Get the Paris Museum pass at the airport TI booth when you arrive. I think there's a 4-day version. It pays for itself after about 4-5 museums. The real value is that you can pop into a museum you never heard of just to see what it's about - at no extra cost. Oh, and you can skip the ticket-purchase lines which can be a real time-saver. The metro sells a carne of 10 tickets cheaper than if bought one at a time. Buy a ticket to one of the Eiffel Tower levels in advance, otherwise there...More