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North Rhine-Westphalia
Population: 38,375
Licence plate: WAF
Major roads: A2 (25km away)
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Warendorf is a town in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany.

The town is best known today for its well-preserved medieval town center, for horse-riding, and the opportunities it provides for cycling. Bicycles are such a common means of transport in the area that many cycle paths have been built, even alongside main roads outside the town.

Hitchhiking out

West towards Münster

If you find yourself the way to the train station, walk down some 50m towards the bus station. Behind it, you already can see the main street crossing Warendorf, called the B64. Walk left (or: westwards) for some 2 km, until you see some big traffic lights and a popular American restaurant to your left. Behind the second traffic light, there's plenty of space for stopping cars. Get a position here and wait for cars going directly towards Münster, or if you want to stop there, then Telgte, the village before.

Hitchhiking spot towards Münster, just behind the traffic lights