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Nördlingen (map)  is located approximately 115 km (71 mi) east of Stuttgart, and 145 km (90 mi) northwest of Munich. The city lies within the Ries Basin, a 25 km crater caused when a meteorite struck the earth 15 million years ago. The city is surrounded by a wall, built in the 14th century, which follows the rim of the crater.

Another attraction in the town is Saint George’s Church’s 90-metre (map) steeple, called “Daniel”, which is made of a suevite impact breccia that contains shocked quartz. Other notable buildings are the town hall (which dates to the 13th century), St. Salvator church (map) and the Spital, a former medieval hospital.

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Walk Along the City Walls. The city walls are completely preserved and available for touring. It represents the longest continuous walkable battlements in Germany. The fortification includes 11 towers and 5 gates. It takes about an hour and 2.6 km to circumnavigate the city.

Bayerisches Eisenbahn Museum (map). 100 trains on display. On Sundays in the summer, you can take a 2 hour return trip to Dinkelbuhl on an old-fashioned locomotive.

The “official” first mention of Nördlingen comes in 898 CE when “Nordilinga” is used. The 1100th birthday festivities took place in 1998.

Stone buildings in the town contain millions of tiny diamonds, all less than 0.2 millimetres (0.0079 in) across. The meteorite impact — from a 1-kilometre-wide (0.62 mi) asteroid — that caused the Nördlinger Ries crater created an estimated 72,000 tonnes (71,000 long tons; 79,000 short tons) of them when it impacted a local graphite deposit. Stone from this area was later quarried and used to build the stone buildings.


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Deutsche Bahn operates hourly train service to Munich (2 hours), Augsburg (1 hour), and Stuttgart (2 hours).

BUS: MeinFernbus | Stations & Destinations — Germany’s largest long-distance bus company. + FlixbusBerlin Linien BusPostbusMeinFernbusDeinBus. Information on almost all bus routes in Germany – BUSRADAR.com. (*Intercity buses in Germany)

TRAIN: Deutsche BahnGerman Rail PassVGNSNCB International • ÖBB • Thalys • RailEurope. (*Rail travel in Germany)

AIRPORT: Berlin Airport • Cologne Bonn AirportFrankfurt AirportStuttgart AirportHamburg AirportMunich AirportDüsseldorf Airport

FERRY: Color LineTT-Line / Sylt Island Ferry: FRS SyltfähreAdler-Schiffe. Lake Constance Ferries: The largest lake in Germany, Lake Constance offers several ferry routes connecting Germany, Switzerland, and Austria.

Our visit to Nördlingen, Bavaria, Germany.

Welcome to our video of the historic town of Nördlingen in Bavaria, Another beautiful town on Germany’s Romantische Straße or Romantic road. The town was formed in a crater, it is still surrounded by its medieval walls, with ancient gatehouses & historic towers.

Within its walls is a fine medieval town to be explored, and we follow part of it’s historic tour * , along its walls, discover its streets and head to the centre of the Altstadt, or old town.

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Oktoberfest is the world’s largest Volksfest (beer festival and travelling funfair). It is held annually in MunichBavaria.

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Berlin Art Link: A digital platform for contemporary art and culture in Berlin, providing information on exhibitions, events, and festivals.

Goethe-Institut: A worldwide organization promoting German language and culture, with branches in many cities across Germany, providing information on cultural events, exhibitions, and festivals.

Time Out Berlin: An online guide to Berlin’s cultural life, providing information on events, festivals, and nightlife.