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makes it possible to drive from Cologne or Koblenz straigth into Monschau.
the AA Club...called ADAC in Germany has maps for free, when member.
and the Train is a real good idea
die deutsche Bundesbahn..german Train..
website is in 4 lingos..so don't worry!
Updated Apr 4, 2011
Monschau is small and when one parked the car on one of the entrance parkingplaces, a walkingtour can get you anywhere in Monschau. However, for the more lazy people, Monschau also has a little tourist train running frequently from the main parking lot Burgau. It makes an almost impossible round through town, taking alleys that the locomotive barely fits through. It runs in the high season and the drive takes around thirty minutes.
Updated Aug 15, 2003
Getting here by car is most easy, though there are several bustouroperators offering guided tours from larger towns in the surrounding (Köln, Aachen, Bonn etc.). When travelling through Germany, the directions for drivers is easy, however … Monschau is still named “Montjoie” in French-speaking Wallonia and people who travel from here should be guided by this name on the road signs. Only in 1918 the name Monschau returned to the village officially until that time even in German “Montjoie” (it became that in 1543) was used frequently.
Written Aug 15, 2003
lead to Monschau..the map shows how easy, from Aachen or Cologne, even a trip from Koblenz is not that far either
Updated Mar 17, 2004