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Premium path and connoisseur path "Wolfsgrube" Neubulach
Accessible by train and bus
Arriving by train
Bad Teinach train station is about 5 km outside, on the Nagoldtalbahn (cultural railway) from Pforzheim to Horb. Modern multiple units with a connection to the InterRegio network in Pforzheim and the ICE and IC network in Karlsruhe run every half hour on this railway line. The regular bus service to Neubulach and the taxi service (Tel. 0 70 53/9 69 60) guarantee a good connection to all parts of the village. There is no ticket office at Bad Teinach train station. The next ticket office is at the Calw train station (Reisezentrum Calw, Bischofstraße 10 in 75365 Calw, phone 07051 2355, service hours Monday to Friday 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.).
You can find current travel information and timetable information on the Deutsche Bahn website.
On the homepage of the electronic timetable information Baden-Württemberg you will find bus and train connections in connection with local public transport.
The best way to travel your luggage from door to door is with the train's courier baggage. Your suitcase will be picked up from your apartment and delivered to your holiday accommodation. You can buy your luggage ticket where you buy your ticket. You can also drop off your suitcase as postal baggage at the post office.
Arriving by plane
The nearest airport is in Stuttgart-Echterdingen (60 km). Continue to the Teinach Valley by S-Bahn and bus or taxi. You can find information about the airport on the airport's homepage.
arriving by car
Motorway A 8 Karlsruhe-Stuttgart exit Pforzheim-West, via B 294 to Calmbach and B 296 to Oberreichenbach, then signposted (35 km) or B 463 to Bad Teinach train station (37 km).
Motorway A 8, A 81 motorway triangle Leonberg, via B 295 to Calw, then signposted (35 km).
Autobahn A 81 Stuttgart-Bodensee exit Gärtringen, in the direction of Calw the B 296. At the Holzbronn exit turn left and follow the K4302 to the B463 to the Bad Teinach-Neubulach train station, then signposted.
ParkThe parking lot at the Liebelsberger Friedhof can be used free of charge.
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