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Bad Segeberg is a city in Germany.
North/Northwest towards Neumünster, Kiel, Plön,
When you leave the city walking on Bramstedter Landstraße towards the north west, you can find the bus stop "Am Wasserwerk", which has a little shoulder for cars and busses to stop. A sign might be necessary here.
West towards Bad Bramstedt, Itzehoe,
You can walk along the B206 / Bramstedter Landstraße on the left side westwards until you find a bus stop with a shoulder for cars to stop.
South towards Hamburg, Norderstedt,
There is a parking at the end of the Hamburger Str. towards the south. Most people driving this direction will be leaving towards Hamburg, either going via theor through Norderstedt.
East towards Lübeck
East of the train station there is a little used entrance to the parking lot of the train service, where you can try to stop cars.
When catching a ride on the A21, you can ask your driver to drop you off at the exit 21 "Bad Segeberg-Nord". You'll need to jump out quickly, but they can continue straight back onto the highway.