Where to park if you want to visit Uracher Wasserfall in southern Germany? It is definitely an attraction in southern Germany, the Bad Urach Waterfalls. Situated on the edge of the Swabian Alb, the waterfall is located two kilometers southwest of Bad Urach in the Maisental. If you want to visit this naturephenomen, there are several options for you to travel to Bad Urach. Besides driving by car, you can also use public transport to arrive to Urach Waterfall. Find below your options, as well as where to park your car in Bad Urach for an adventure in nature. Also, you won’t only find one waterfall, but also another one nearby. Pack your hiking boots and enjoy your day trip to Bad Urach!
How to travel to Bad Urach / Uracher Waterfall by public transport
Arriving to Bad Urach is, depending on the season, fairly easy by public transportation. Find below a few examples and connections from bigger cities nearby. When searching for possibile connections yourself, make sure to look for “Bad Urach Wasserfall” station.
Direct Train RB63 Stuttgart area to Bad Urach via Bad Urach Wasserfall: this train runs from Herrenberg via Tübingen, Reutlingen and Metzingen all the way to Bad Urach, stopping at the waterfall station more on the route on moovitapp.com on the website of the transport operator en.vvs.de
Besides this train, there are also a few regional buses stopping at Bad Urach Wasserfall, make sure to look those bus services up on reiseauskunft.bahn.de for available journeys on your preferred date(s).
Where to park your car nearby Bad Urach waterfall / Uracher Wasserfall
As trains and buses mainly drive towards Bad Urach from the directions of Stuttgart, Tübingen and metzingen, arriving to Uracher Wasserfall by car might be a preferred option. The main and best option for hikes or walkes to the waterfall and its surrounding area is the official outdoor parking on grass/gravel ground, Wanderparkplatz Uracher Wasserfälle. It’s located at Vorderes Maisental 6, 72574 Bad Urach and can be found on google maps here. If you park heare, you can easily buy your parking ticket at the macchine on site.
Check out my Bad Urach Travel Blogpost Archive for more articles on the waterfall(s) and hiking route examples.