Wonderful Hiking Bus

Prachtige wandelbus
Prachtige wandelbus / Bild Anna-Lena Thamm

From the Wartburg to the Canopy Walkway

The “Wonderful Hiking Bus“ (Line 27A) connects the two UNESCO World Heritage sites Wartburg and Hainich. Nature fans and persons interested in culture can commute between Eisenach, the Hainich National Park and Bad Langensalza by bus and thus easily reach the Wartburg, the Wildcat Village Hütscheroda and the Canopy Walkway. 

Current timetable

Linie 27A - Wonderful Hiking Bus >>

The Line 726 connects with the Line 27A. It is operated from Mondays to Fridays from Behringen via Craula, the Thiemsburg stop at the Canopy Walkway to Bad Langensalza and back.

Linie 726 >>

Our special tickets

With the World Heritage and Environment Ticket, friends of nature and culture get their money’s worth from April to October while protecting the environment at the same time.

Contact:

Line 27a
Verkehrsgesellschaft Wartburgkreis mbH 
An der Allee 2 
99848 Wutha-Farnroda 
 
phone (03 69 21) 91 30 
fax (03 69 21) 9 13 40 
 
info@vgwak.de 
http://www.vgwak.de
 
Line 726
Reise Schieck Busbetriebshof 
Im Straßfeld 3 
99820 Hörselberg-Hainich, OT Behringen 
 
phone (03 62 54) 8 10 00 
fax (03 62 54) 8 10 02 
 
bus@reise-schieck.de 
https://www.reise-schieck.de

Environment Ticket

Umweltticket - Wunderbarer WanderbusThe Environment Ticket preserves nature and helps to save money: the bus trip (there and back) from Eisenach or Bad Langensalza to the Thiemsburg Castle as well as admission to the Canopy Walkway with the National Park Centre are included in the price.

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World Heritage Ticket

WelterbeticketWith the World Heritage Ticket, friends of culture and nature get their money’s worth: Wartburg, Wildcat Village Hütscheroda and the Canopy Walkway with National Park Centre and Root Cave may be visited within two days. Admissions as well as bus trips from one destination to the other and back are included in the price.

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Wartburg

WartburgUNESCO World Heritage Wartburg: Have you ever heard about Saint Elisabeth, Martin Luther or the Minnesinger Walter von der Vogelweide?

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