'There could be no fairer destiny for any physical theory than that it should point the way to a more comprehensive theory in which it lives on as a limiting case.' These wise words were said by a German-born theoretical physicist Albert Einstein, best known for his general theory of relativity.
A City of a Roman Catholic Diocese
Essen is a lovely city in North- Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. For decades Essen was famous for coal and steel manufacturers, when in 1958 it was selected as the seat to a Roman Catholic diocese. In 2010 it was also chosen as a European Capital of Culture and not so long ago it was announced that Essen will become the European Green Capital in 2017. So if you want to enjoy spending some time in this beautiful green city of Germany, go ahead and start to plan your trip right away. As there are so many places of interest in Essen and you will not be able to see all of them in one day, we are going to give this short list of some Essen hotels. Even though it is not so hard to find hotels in Essen, you might get lost between the prices and the services that you can get there.
Where to Stay Cheaply in Essen
We would like to begin with some cheap hotels in Essen. Even though some of you just cannot image spending your well-deserved holiday in a budget accommodation, there is no need to be afraid of cheaper places. Some of these cheap hotels have really great reviews of the previous visitors. You should definitely read more about these hotels in Essen: Bon Marche Hotel Bochum, Hotel Palla Garni, Hotel ibis budget Essen Nord, Hotel Motel One Essen or B&B Hotel Essen.
The Best Places to Stay in Essen
Nonetheless, we also have something to recommend for those of you who have some extra money and want to spend it in great Essen hotels: Sheraton Essen Hotel, Georges Hotel & Boardinghouse, Mercure Hotel Plaza Essen or Courtyard by Marriott Gelsenkirchen. You can expect the highest quality there, comfortable beds and lovely staff. And if you will have any doubts what to do or see in Essen, just ask your hotel staff. They will be happy to tell you more about their city and even some sites that are not that popular among the tourist eye.
More Places of Interest
But if you do want to make your own list of sites that you want to see, go along and read some of our recommendations. Maybe they will help you to find some places that you haven't heard about. You should definitely pay a visit to Grugapark Essen, Museum Folkwang, Villa Huegel, Ruhr Museum Essen and Red Dot Design Museum. If you are interested in historical architectures, go ahead and visit Old Town Kettwig, Kruppsiedlung Margarethenhohe, Old Town Werden, Alte Synagoge or Marktkirche. You will not have time to get bored in Essen, just leave your hotel room and star your walk.