Can someone please advise on how we can travel from Prague to Rothenburg in mid-decemeber using train/buses? We don't drive so renting a car is not an option.
I would like to purchase some wine on line and also prints of rothenburg. Can you please tell me a website where I can do this? My husband and I visited Rothenburg 3 weeks ago and wish we would have purchased some more items.
I'm going to be in Nuremberg and will be heading to Prague, is Rothenburg totally out of the way or do you think I might be able to stop on the way. I understand that theirs lockers for our luggage @ the train/bus station.
does anyone know of a bus service or tour bus that would be better than the train?
We will be in the vicinity for more than a week. We thought we would visit during the Whitsuntide Festival. We also want to see the town and take the Night Watchman Tour. Should we visit once early in the week when it's quiet, and go back for the Festival, or can we do it in one trip?
would like to visit Rothenburg with my wife in September and looking for self catering 1/2 bedrooms with all usual amenities, TV dishwasher etc. as I will be renting a car accommodation outside the city would suit as long as it is accessible by bus/local train in the evenings to visit Restaurants etc.in Rothenburg
We will be visiting Rothenburg on tour from Munich on April 8, Easter Sunday. Will any of the tourist shops be open on this day?
Can anyone advise if 5 days would be too long to stay in Rothenburg, early June (hopefully not too many tourist). We have to rely on public transport and interested in lots of walking as well as sightseeing. Will be coming from Munich and after Rothenburg thought about spending 5 nights in Neckar Valley region for walking. Any suggestions would be appreciated - perhaps there is a small village or town that would be better to base ourselves instead of
Rothenburg. Our aim is to stay in only 2 areas as a base - 5 nights in each. Public transport is most important.
I'll be heading to rothenburg in mid december and staying in hotel eisenhut. I've read somewhere in the forum that it takes 10 minutes to walk from the train station to the city center but i don't know if its such a good idea to walk in the cold with a piece of luggage.
Taking a taxi seems to be the alternative. Does anybody knows the cost of taking a taxi from the train station to the city center?
I live in Wiesbaden and am taking my 3 children to Rothenburg Feb. 25-28. We will arrive by car on Friday. On Saturday, there is a volksmarch. Kids are 7, 7 and 9. They are interested in seeing the criminal museum (want to see all the torture stuff lol) It looks like that museum is only open from 2 pm-4 pm so may try to hit it on Friday. We plan on the 11 km volkmarch Saturday. We are flexible and can leave any time on Monday.
My questions are: any other suggestions for things to see that would interest this age group while we are there? I believe there is a night watchman tour on Saturday that I will definitely take them to. Any suggestions for restaurants that have the type of foods kids would like and any that might have healthy food for me (not really interested in the usual schnitzel, bratwurst,etc.)
We will be staying at the Hotel Gasthof Zum Breiterle. Thanks for any help that you can provide and I'm not big on driving in the dark. That's hubby's job and he can't come with me due to work.
I'm booking my hotels as I write and I'm not sure whether you need 1 or 2 days in Rothenburg (July). Any suggestions? If I take two days, then 1 day will have to come off my trip to Karlovy Vary in Czech.
We will be coming to Rothenburg by train. Is there a local bus transportation from the train station to the town center? Thank you for any suggestions.
Any suggestions on where to watch the QF match up tomorrow?
I was there in 2008 and went to a shop that sold jams, condiments etc and also dried apples, you could order on line but I've lost the brochure,they were the best apple chips ever, does anyone know what it is called?
What is the easiest and shortest train route from Frankfurt to Rothenburg ob der Tauber and again from Rothenburg ob der Tauber to Paris? Do I need to make reservations for any of these train trips?
I have only one night and two 1/2 days. I would like to walk as many places as possible..no car. Where is the best location to stay to reach as many things on foot that I can sqeeze in
Appreciate all suggestions..many thanks
My husband and I recently spent part of our honeymoon in Rothenburg ob der tauber. We had an amazing time and left with many fond memories. We had so much luggage and so many souvineers, that we couldn't bring back everything that we wanted. i brought back three terra cotta replicas of the town and I would like to have more. I have looked all over the place online and I can't find a webiste from any of the stores that sold them. Does anyone know how I could buy some more of these rothenburg town replicas online? We also brought back some beautiful plaques that were handpainted and were engraved by woodburning. We have had so many compliments and thought they would be neat gifts for people. I have had no luck buying these online either. I even have a brouchure for the place that we bought the engraved plaques at but apparently it doesn't have a website. The name for it is Altstadtladen. Thank you so much to anyone who can help!
I am considering staying at Pension Hess Das Laedle in Rothenburg but I am having trouble finding reviews on this place. I would like to know something about it first. All comments are appreciated. Thanks.
I am planning a day trip to Rothenburg from Nuremburg. I plan to be there on Sunday,
Does the night watchman perform on Sunday and is the christmas museum open?
Since I want to catch the night watchman i will need to take the last night train to nuremburg at 10pm.
Getting to my real questions: I will have to make two train changes. The layovers at each station are very tight, around 5 minutes. How likely is it that a train will be late, causing me to miss the next train? Do they que the connecting trains if the previous one is tardy? Will there be other trains I can get on if I miss the connectors or am I stuck at the train station all night? Should I skip the night watchman and hop on an earlier train?
thanks for much for your help
My husband and I are looking for somewhere to stay in Rothenburg ob der Tauber for 2 nights in December. We would like to stay somewhere really special. Any ideas?
We are then going to drive down to Munich stopping for a few nights on the way. Where are the best places to visit and stay in the area from Rothenburg down to Munich. Nordlingen? Augsburg?
I love Germany and particularly Bavaria however i have only visited the south around Munich.
We are visiting Rothenburg at the begininng of December for the Christmas marktet etc. is there any chance we may have some snow?
Could anyone give suggestions on places in/near Rothenburg where we could go horseback riding through the countryside for an hour or two? We will not have a car, so something within walking or taxi distance from old town would be perfect. Thanks!
My husband and I are going to munich in dec to see the christmas markets and the castle in fussen. . We have a hotel for 6 might munich and need to return to there after we see the sights. Can you please advise us which means of transportation is best. We are open to trains renting car ect. Thanks so much for you hlp!
I will be spending 3 days in Rothenburg in December. I would like to visit Dachau one of those days. Is there an easy way to travel between the 2 places? I can only take the bus or train.
We are traveling by bicycle from Wurzburg to Rothenburg using folding bicycles that will have been brought to Germany in large suitcases. We need to have these empty suitcases moved from our hotel in Wurzburg to our hotel in Rothenburg while we take four days to ride between the two cities. Any suggestion of how we might have our four suitcases transferred from Wurzburg to Rothenburg? Thanks for the help. David
I'm planning to stay in Rothenberg with my boyfriend for 2 nights (May 28, 29), and I was hoping someone could recommend a place for us to stay that is not too expensive. Also, we are backpacking and will arrive by train to Rothenburg-- any suggestions on what location would be best? Thanks for your help!
I am trying to rent a car in Fussen and hope to return it in Rothenburg. However, most websites do not simply name Rothenburg as it is. For eg, Fussen is known as Garmisch Partenkirchen. I do not know German and it is pure luck that I discovered the other name for Fussen. If not I would have needlessly spent more money renting from Munich. So, is there another name that Rothenburg goes by? Thanks for any advice.
Could you please tell me waht is the best to Rothenburg from Nuremberg?
I found that I have to get on and off with my big luggage many time by train .If there is other direct bus or transportation better.
We have been trying to find the best way to get from Rothenburg ob der Tauber to Salzburg on Wednesday 10 October 2007. We are open to trains, planes, boats, hydrofoils, buses and rented cars. It seems it will take many connections regardless of what combination of transport modes we choose, so I am wondering what you might suggest.
Thanks in advance!
Hi, are walking tours in english available on sept 2, 2007? will most of the attractions be closed on this day?
all informations appreciated!