Getting Here & Transportation
» How to get to Gaildorf
Gaildorf is situated in the north eastern part of Baden-Württemberg, in the District of Stuttgart and in the Hohenlohe-Franconia Region. It belongs to the district of Schwäbisch Hall. With approximately 12,500 inhabitants at last count, Gaildorf is the third largest town in the district of Schwäbisch Hall.
Gaildorf is very easy to reach by car or train. It can easily be reached by car on the B 19, B 298 and L 1066. Road access from the east/west is via the A6 motorway from Heilbronn - Nuremberg (approx. 25 km) and from the north/south via the A7 motorway from Ulm - Würzburg (approx. 44 km) and A81 motorway from Stuttgart - Heilbronn (approx. 60 km).
» Route plan to Gaildorf
» Bus & Train
There are hourly rail links to Stuttgart and Nuremberg from the Gaildorf-West railway station.
You can plan your travel route by bus or rail online using the Electronic Time Table Information of Baden-Württemberg and Deutsche Bahn AG.