Deutsche Bahn  operates 2-hourly Intercity service from ((Zürich)) via Rottweil to ((Stuttgart)) and v.v. and hourly relation by regional train fromStuttgart,from Freiburg or ((Konstanz)). In 75 - 100 / 130 / 70 minutes you reach Rottweil from Stuttgart / Freiburg / Konstanz. A Baden-Württemberg-Ticket costs 21 € for one person, and 4 € more for any fellow traveller up to the group number of five (5). Notes to get from the Hauptbahnhof (Trainstation) to the inner city are in Getting Around below.
There are direct buses from Poland and from Italy via Switzerland. There is also a regional Busline between Balingen - Rottweil.
About an hours drive on the Autobahn from Stuttgart, two hours from Freiburg to get to Rottweil. It is the oldest city in this area of Germany
AUTOBAHN (HIGHWAY NETWORKS TO ROTTWEIL)
Access with the Autobahn:
You can also access Rottweil with the Highways:
The city is pretty small so you can practically walk anywhere you need to go. Rottweil has a good bus system so if you need it do use it.
If you are arriving at the Train station (Hauptbahnhof)
Taxi: There is a Taxistand at the Train station, however here are some numbers should there be no Taxis on the stand.
The heart of Rotweil is its walled old town set high above the valley. The walls are no longer complete, but you can certainly follow their course around three of the four sides of the town. On the fourth side, there was no real need for a wall, as the landscape drops down to a deep river valley.
Within the walls is a main street lined with traditional German town houses. An especially attractive one houses the tourist information. Opposite is the small town museum. At the top os the street is the town gate which still imposes its presence and limits entrance to the town.
The setting of the town can probably best be appreciated in the North East corner. This is where a small chapel and tower remain on the wall at the edge of the valley.
Garni - Hotel Sailer
The town website is only available in German and while this is the main source of content on this small humble settlement most of the information found on that site is translated here.