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"I can't seem to find any means of transportation into salmunster from Frankfurt. do you have any ideas? I do not understand German, so English please. " (posted 06/19/2016)

Hi there is a train connection from Frankfurt to Bad probes Salmünster and back. Possibility tax or rental car. Greeting Holzmann
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Salmünster and Steinau lying on the railway line between Frankfurt and Fulda. From Frankfurt to Salmünster and Steinau the train 35-40 minutes. g greeting Klaus Piechotta
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By train you can from Frankfurt to Salmünster - Bad Soden drive. From there you must stop by public vehicles (buses) to move away.
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Bad Soden-Salmünster Overview

Bad Soden-Salmünster is a town in the Main-Kinzig district, in Hesse, Germany. It is situated on the river Kinzig, between Fulda (Fulda vacation rentals | Fulda travel guide) and Hanau (Hanau vacation rentals | Hanau travel guide).

The city lies along the highway A66, between Frankfurt (Frankfurt vacation rentals | Frankfurt travel guide) and Fulda. It is situated between lush green hills and beautiful forrests. The beautiful landscape invites every visitor to take a walk in the woods and discover this scenic region. Bad Soden-Salmünster is located on the northern edge of the Spessart and the southern part of the Vogelsberg. Bad Soden-Salmünster bordered on the north by the municipality Birstein (Birstein vacation rentals | Birstein travel guide), in the east to the City of Steinau on the street and the community free Gutsbezirk Spessart, the enclave is surrounded by Alsberg, in the south to the town of Bad Orb (Bad Orb vacation rentals | Bad Orb travel guide), as well as in the west to the city Wächtersbach (Wächtersbach vacation rentals | Wächtersbach travel guide) and community Brachttal. The district is separated from the rest of the city and is bordered to the west and north to the community free Gutsbezirk Spessart, in the east to the free area of community forestry Aura (Landkreis Main-Spessart), and on the south by municipality Jossgrund.

Besides a beautiful landscape, Bad Soden-Salmünster is also famous for its brine baths. The water is rich in minerals, thus serving as a cure for skin problems. There is also a public brine bath to be found (Spessart Therme), which offers recreation and a great atmosphere. When the Spessart Therme was modernized and renovated just a few years ago, a huge spa area in a mediterranean style was created. A broad range of wellness activities are offered.

Things to See in Bad Soden-Salmünster

The dam in Ahl is a sight in itself, but also the Church is one of the attractions of the city. Similarly, the Marian grotto, also Ahl, a famous meeting place for believers.

The Passion Salmünster

Immaculate Conception (Marie Grotto)

The Old Town Festival in Salmünster will be held on the first weekend in August. The fountain in Bad Soden festival is held annually in August. The castle festival in the district of Bad Soden was in the Summer Palace and is also in Bad Soden.

The Spessart Therme (public brine bath), which offers a huge spa area. http://www.badsoden-salmuenster.de/tourismus/show.asp?page=28

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More about the History of Bad Soden-Salmünster

The cityscape of Salmünster is dominated by two churches. In the old town stands the stately baroque Catholic Church, from 1650 to 2004 and the monastery church of the adjoining Franciscan monastery, whose building is now a modern education and Retreat House of the diocese of Fulda (Fulda vacation rentals | Fulda travel guide) is located. The Protestant Church is a plain building in the neo-Gothic style.

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Bad Soden-Salmünster is a town in the Main-Kinzig district, in Hesse, Germany. It is situated on the river Kinzig, between Fulda and Hanau.

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