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    Driving

    by fairy_dust Updated Jun 22, 2015

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    If you have a car, you can drive to and around Fulda. During our time in the Diocese of Fulda (in small nearby villages like Steinhaus and Margretenhaun), our host families would drive us to/from the city.

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    Walking

    by fairy_dust Updated Jun 22, 2015

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    I'm not sure if there is public transit, but either way, it's easy to walk around Fulda, and probably the best way to do some sight-seeing. The city is not super-big, and my friends and I mostly got around by walking (I don't think we even took taxis in Fulda).

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    directions

    by robertwilliamson Written Aug 9, 2008

    when walking around and following the local tourist guide maps make sure you know which direction you are facing when it says turn "left or right"!

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    By train

    by bonio Written Sep 2, 2005

    Fulda, for us, was around 90 minutes by train from Frankfurt hauptbahnhof, served by ICE or RE trains, the latter cost less but take a little longer.

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