Calw

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Situated in the Nagold valley, CALW, the birth place of the writer Herman Hesse, is a little town in the Baden-Wurttemberg region of Germany. Close to the eastern edge of the Black Forest, it is a wonderful example of a traditional town in the Swabian region of Southern Germany.

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Closest Airports Stuttgart, Frankfurt,


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Calw can be reached indirectly from FRANKFURT main train station in around 2 hours and 20 minutes. From STUTTGART train station, the journey takes just over an hour with one change. For train journey information in English, check out the German national railway site at http://bahn.de/


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Useful Links[edit]

Useful information on the town in English can be found at the following web address: http://www.calw.de/servlet/PB/menu/1151451_l2/index.html

Check wikipedia for information on the Baden-Wurttemberg region of Germany: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Baden-Wurttemberg

Also: http://www.baden-wuerttemberg.de/en/A_warm_welcome_to_Baden-Wuerttemberg/88737.html


Get out[edit]

From Calw, explore other areas of Baden-Wurttemberg, or head south by train or car to Lindau on Lake Constance.



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