Nördlingen is the southernmost of the three famous walled medieval towns on the Romantic Road. Like Rothenburg and Dinkelsbühl to the north, it too is well deserving of a stop to drink up the atmosphere of the town.
However Nördlingen doesn't just rely on its history and tall tales of nightwatchmen and giant tankards.
It's located in the middle of a meteorite crater and, for anyone with a bit of time during their journey, taking a look at some of the geology of the area (with the help of the informative brochures from the local tourist office) makes an interesting break from the stories of religion and the Seven Years' War.
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Distance to Nuremberg Airport: 111km
Distance to Memmingen Airport: 137km
Distance to Stuttgart Airport: 150km
Distance to Munich Airport: 152km
Although Munich is the most distant option, it is probably the most suitable for those arriving on scheduled flights from further afield. The other airports have varying degrees of options with internal flights or low-cost carriers.
Nördlingen has a railway station to the east of the town. Nördlingen is on a regional rail line, which generally connects to the main rail hubs through the town of Donauwörth to the south.