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Schwäbisch Hall

1 Januari 2011 5 Comments

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  • kirstie said:

    Beautiful city..
    I went there once and I would gladly visit it again,
    Beautiful architecture and atmosphere…

  • Jon said:

    I was stationed at Dolan Barrcks, a former U.S. Army base here and I had a great time getting to know the locals. The annual festival is awesome and the countryside is absolutely gorgeous! I have traveled a lot and I am planning a trip back there this summer. I can’t wait to try and find some of my old friends there.

  • string said:

    we are planning a tour to Germany and about to stay at Schwabisch Hall for one night and go to Rothenburg ob der Tauber.
    The problem is the transportation between two cities.
    If there is local bus connecting Schwabisch Hall and Rothenburg?
    Thank you so much.

  • admin said:

    Hi String,

    We visited Rothenburg ob der Tauber as part of an arranged tour, so we are not sure regarding local buses. However, from this following site, it seems that there is a private bus company running a regular service between the two towns (Müller – Linie 23)


    Find ‘Linie 23’ on the page and click on the link for more info regarding the schedule. You might want to confirm this with the bus company.

  • string said:

    to ademin:

    Thank you so much.We know this small town accidently from a book.
    And then decided to taka a look. I love the beautiful half-timber
    house so much. The original plan is around the castle road route.However,the transportation seems a little inconvenient. The bus only runs from Monday to Friday, and the departure time is so early–7:20 am. We are just not sure if it’s worthy or just skip it.
    Thank you anyway.

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