Dinkelsbühl is a fabulous town to stop off along the way on a journey down the Romantic Road. It is one of Germany's most "romantic" medieval towns and many of the hotels can trace their origins back to the days of the Middle Ages - as inns or merchants' houses or as storehouses.
As well as being an attractive town to wander through in the evening, Dinkelsbühl is also a good base to explore the towns in this part of Bavaria - Feuchtwangen, Ellwangen and Crailsheim are all worth a visit.
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Distance to Nuremberg Airport: 108km
Distance to Stuttgart Airport: 140km
Distance to Memmingen Airport: 151km
Distance to Munich Airport: 184km
Both Stuttgart and Munich are fairly important centres for scheduled flights for major airlines (Munich being the larger of the two). The other airports have varying degrees of options with internal flights or low-cost carriers.
Dinkelsbühl doesn't have its own current railway station - the nearest stations are located in Crailsheim (22km) or Ansbach (42km). There is a regular bus service from these stations. However on certain days in the summer there is a historic steam train run on the former line from Nördlingen to Feuchtwangen.