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Quaint town between Stuttgart and Frankfurt

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Quaint town between Stuttgart and Frankfurt

In April, I will be visiting family in Frankfurt, my friend will be staying with family in Stuttgart. We would like to find a nice town between the two cities in which to meet for a half day. A small, walkable town along the train route. Won't need museums, maybe some shops and a nice place for lunch/coffee.

Stuttgart, Germany
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for Air Travel
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1. Re: Quaint town between Stuttgart and Frankfurt

Bad Wimpfen is very nice, you will need to check the train connections

www.bahn.de www.badwimpfen.de

Barrie, Canada
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2. Re: Quaint town between Stuttgart and Frankfurt

What about Heidelberg ? easy to reach by train, and full of sites?

If this is too big, you might like Karlsruhe or Speyer??

Las Vegas, Nevada
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for Stuttgart, Baden-Wurttemberg
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3. Re: Quaint town between Stuttgart and Frankfurt

A few possibilities are Ladenburg, Schwetzingen, Bruchsal, Worms and Speyer. Those are about halfway between the two cities. You can probably find infpormation on these places by going to www.PLACENAME.de, just enter the actual place name. Karlsruhe is much larger than Heidelberg which is near the halfway point.

Edited: 11:13 am, January 18, 2013
New York City, New...
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for Santa Fe, Heidelberg
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4. Re: Quaint town between Stuttgart and Frankfurt

In addition to Heidelberg, I like Weinheim. Its smaller, therefore more "quaint" Its on the train line.

http://wikitravel.org/en/Weinheim

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JJnUmAY9KMs

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