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Romantica Hotel Blauer Hecht in Dinkelsbühl

> Location and Surrounding

The romantic town of Dinkelsbühl is located within the triangle of the cities of Nürnberg, Würzburg und Augsburg. We are situated in the county of Mittelfranken, which belongs to Bayern, but Schwaben (Baden-Württemberg) is only a few miles away.

How to get here …

… by car: 

From the North and the West (Würzburg / Frankfurt) you get to Dinkelsbühl taking the A 7, exit Dinkelsbühl. From the Autobahn exit to the hotel you will need about 10 minutes only. Getting to Dinkelsbühl follow the signs „Zentrum/Altstadt“ and enter into the Old Town through the „Segriner Gate”. You will find the hotel just behind the town hall “Rathaus”.

From the East (Nürnberg) take the A 6, exit “Feuchtwangen”. Please continue along the B 25 for about 15 minutes to Dinkelsbühl. Follow the signs to „Zentrum/Altstadt“ and enter into the Old Town through the “Wörnitz Gate” and continue to the town hall “Rathaus”. You will find the hotel just behind the town hall “Rathaus”.

From the South (Augsburg / Nördlingen) head for Dinkelsbühl on the B 25. This is the preferred route, since the B 25 is a four-lane highway between Augsburg and Nördlingen. Taking the A 8 via Ulm and following the A 7 with direction to Kassel instead would be a detour. Getting to Dinkelsbühl follow the signs „Zentrum/Altstadt“ and enter into the Old Town through the “Wörnitz Gate” and continue to the town hall “Rathaus”. You will find the hotel just behind the town hall “Rathaus”.

… by train: 

The nearest train station with InterCity train stop is Ansbach, about 25 miles from Dinkelsbühl. The bus lines 803 / 804 / 805 go to Dinkelsbühl – exit Schwedenwiese / Gymnasium. Please allow about one hour by bus from Ansbach to Dinkelsbühl. Other train stations are located in Crailsheim or Aalen.

Tourist Info of Dinkelsbühl:

Learn more about events, the Night watch Man or cultural offers in and around Dinkelsbühl.

http://www.dinkelsbuehl.de/englisch/tourist-information/

 

Haus der Geschichte:  

The Dinkelsbühl history museum tells the fascinating story of former times, about the town’s residents in times of peace and war.

http://www.hausdergeschichte-dinkelsbuehl.de/startseite/

Kinderzeche:

The historical festival “Kinderzeche” (performed since 1897) is one of Germany’s oldest and most colorful festival plays. Legend has it that, when Swedish hordes under the command of Colonel von Sperreuth laid siege to the town in 1632 the gate-keeper’s daughter Lore, together with the children of the town, pleaded for mercy and saved the town from pillage and destruction. The festival week lasts for 10 days and is accompanied by a diverse program.

 

http://www.kinderzeche.de/