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"Is it possible to travel from Luxembourg City to Lichtenstein by train? If so, what is the best train and time to leave?" (posted 02/12/2015)

So after Lichtenstein directly goes no train. However, you can go with Deutsche Bahn to Reutlingen and from there take the bus to Lichtenstein.
Answer provided by Ralf Hoffmann on 02/13/2015
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Dear Sirs, we would be very happy to help. We do not know whether there is any train station in Lichtenstein. About the site of Deutsche Bahn AG can ask for more information determined. Sincerely family Alves
Answer provided by Birgit & José Alves on 02/12/2015
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Here, like my answer: Lichtenstein is a small place, but has a railway station. The guest must in order to obtain the time information in the DB and indeed to station. Reutlingen. From there it is easy access by train or bus to Lichtenstein. (About 15 km from Reutlingen - Lichtenstein) We wish the guest from Luxembourg a nice stay in the Swabian Alb. Many greetings from Melchingen Wiesengrund Gisela Hirlinger
Answer provided by Gisela Hirlinger on 02/12/2015
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    Lichtenstein Castle

    Lichtenstein Castle is a fairy-tale styled castle located near Honau in the Swabian Alb, Baden-Württemberg, Germany. Its self-descriptive name in English means light (colored) stone.

    Historically there has been a castle on the site since around 1200. It was twice destroyed, once in the Reichskriegs war of 1311 and again by the city-state of Reutlingen in 1381. The castle was not reconstructed and subsequently fell to ruin.

    In 1802 the land came into the hands of King Frederick I of Württemberg, who built a hunting lodge there. By 1837 the land had passed to his nephew Duke Wilhelm of Urach, Count of Württemberg, who, inspired by Wilhelm Hauff's novel Lichtenstein, added the current castle in 1840–42. The romantic Neo-Gothic design of the castle was created by the architect Carl Alexander Heideloff. Today the castle is still owned by the Dukes of Urach, but is open to visitors. The castle contains a large collection of historic weapons and armour.

    Hours: Open April - October daily 9am - 5:30 pm. February, March and November open Saturdays and Sundays 10am - 4pm.

    Admission: 6 € Adults, 5 € Concessions, 3 € Children.

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Lichtenstein (Reutlingen) Overview

Lichtenstein is a municipality in the southwest German state of Baden-Württemberg with approximately 9,200 inhabitants. The town is located at Albtrauf, the northern edge of the Swabian Alps, about ten kilometers south of the county town. The community's name derives from its most famous landmark, the Albrand lying on a rock ledge on the Liechtenstein Palace on the western flank of the upper Echaztals.

Things to See in Lichtenstein (Reutlingen)

St. Blaise Church in Holzelfingen

Schloss Lichtenstein (Württemberg)

Burgruine Greifenstein

Redeemer in Unterhausen (former Oberhausen)

Wilhelm-Hauff-Museum in Honau

Mimus Mineralienmuseum in Unterhausen



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More about the History of Lichtenstein (Reutlingen)

It was formed on January 1, 1975 from the former independent municipalities of Honau (Traifelberg), Holzelfingen, and Unterhausen.

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Lichtenstein is a municipality in the Tübingen administrative region (Regierungsbezirk) in Baden-Württemberg, Germany. It lies at the foot of the Swabian Alb (plateau).

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