Be aware: Sometimes it's too narrow and low for a bus.
The old wine villages along the German Wine Route are not designed for large coaches, but there is a way for every destination.
As information for coach drivers, we have listed here suitable ways to get to our villages by coach.
If you want to come to us on the occasion of an event, we recommend that you contact us in advance, as the normal traffic situation may change depending on the event due to necessary closures.
- you cannot reach Freinsheim from the B271 (German Wine Route) via Dackenheim (max. clearance height of railway bridge 3.70m)
- access via Herxheim am Berg is possible, but the narrow 90° bends make it difficult to drive through the village
- access from the southwest via Bahnhofstrasse (from Bad Duerkheim) is also restricted in height (max. clearance height of railway bridge 3.80m)
- from this direction, you have to drive via Erpolzheim to Freinsheim
- the recommended approach to Freinsheim is via the A650, exit Erpolzheim
- access is possible from the direction of Bad Duerkheim from the west or via the A650 (Erpolzheim exit)
Weisenheim am Sand:
- from the B271 (German Wine Route), access via Herxheim am Berg and Freinsheim is possible, but the Herxheim through-road is difficult due to narrow 90° bends
- the recommended approach to Weisenheim am Sand is via the A650, exit Maxdorf, or
- from the direction of Bad Duerkheim via Erpolzheim and Freinsheim
Kallstadt, Herxheim am Berg and Dackenheim are easily accessible from the B271.
Weisenheim am Berg should also be approached via the B271, access from the south through Leistadt is not recommended.
Bobenheim am Berg should be approached via Weisenheim am Berg.