Discover Bad Sooden-Allendorf, a historic old town in the Werra Valley
|Weekday||Time of day|
|Monday - Friday|
09:00 bis 17:00
09:00 bis 12:00
arriving by car
The half-timbered town in the Werra Valley is connected to tourist traffic by the A7 (north-south) and A44 and A5 (east-west) motorways through the federal highways B27 and B80.
Visitors from the north leave the motorway at the Drammetal junction via the exit for the A38 in the direction of Leipzig, exit Friedland and follow the B27 in the direction of Bad Sooden-Allendorf / Eschwege.
Guests from the south use the Bad Hersfeld exit on the A7 and follow the B27 towards Eschwege / Bad Sooden-Allendorf.
From the east, leave the A4 at the Wommen exit and then stay on the B400 / B27 in the direction of Bad Sooden-Allendorf / Eschwege.
Coming from the west on the A44, you get to the Kassel motorway junction on the A7 motorway in the direction of Hanover and leave it at the Werratal exit.
Arriving by train
Bad Sooden-Allendorf is the RB train station on the long-distance Hamburg-Munich route (via Frankfurt a.M.) between Göttingen and Kassel (ICE train stations).
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