Kurbad Jungborn & Kollektivcafé
On the eastern bank of the Fulda, right next to the suspension bridge, you'll find the historic Kurbad Jungborn - Kassel's only surviving river pool. Although during the 19th-century, people mainly bathed here for recreation, the building was later used as a public purification bath and for medical treatments until the 20th century. Visitors to the Kassel Bademuseum can now take an entertaining tour through the history of the private and public baths that existed all over Germany in one form or another. The café offers homemade cakes and delicious refreshments, which you can enjoy on the cosy café terrace with its great view of the Fulda river.