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'''Rheine''' is a city in the north of  [[Nordrhein-Westfalen]].
 
'''Rheine''' is a city in the north of  [[Nordrhein-Westfalen]].
  
 
It is located along the highway [[A30 (Germany)|A30]]. You can find three ramps here: ''Rheine-Nord, Rheine and Rheine-Kanalhafen.''
 
It is located along the highway [[A30 (Germany)|A30]]. You can find three ramps here: ''Rheine-Nord, Rheine and Rheine-Kanalhafen.''
  
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==Hitching Out==
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===East towards [[Hörstel]], [[Ibbenbüren]], [[A30 (Germany)|A30]] (Ramp ''Kanalhafen'')===
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* If you are in the city, there are no real good spots towards the [[A30 (Germany)|A30]] ramp ''Kanalhafen''. If you are at the central station you can walk along the ''Kardinal-van-Galen-Ring'' towards [[Ibbenbüren]], walk over the ''Ems'' river and go right into the ''Osnabrücker Strasse''. Here you have two choices: You can walk till the end of town where you'll find an ''Aral'' gas station, or try to hitchhike somewhere along the way at a bus stop. There's not much space for cars to stop because many are parking next to the road and the street is quite small. It is recommended to walk around 1 km along the ''Osnabrücker Strasse'' and try it then at the ''Persiluhr'' where some space to stop cars is situated, or some meters further at the crossing with the ''Friedrich-Ebert-Ring''. Whatever, just try to hitchhike, if you have no luck walk until the end of town, if there nobody stops it's just around 2-3 km to the ramp. A sign saying [[A30 (Germany)|A30]] might help you a lot!
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* You can also take a bus to the ramp, it's going twice a day towards [[Hörstel]]: Take line #192, it's starting at 6:36 a.m. and 1:16 p.m. at the central station in '''Rheine'''. Get out at ''Hafenstrasse / Kreuzung L501'', and walk along the ''L501'' for around 1 km over the bridge towards the ramp. Maybe the bus drives you to ''Rheine-Rodde / Am Backhaus'', that's directly at the ramp. Just ask the bus driver, because he'll definitely stop there on his way back! For further information, download the time table [http://wb.eurocit.com/content/wb/sendtimetable.php?id=34 here].
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[[Category:Nordrhein-Westfalen]]
 
[[Category:Nordrhein-Westfalen]]
 
[[Category:Germany]]
 
[[Category:Germany]]

Revision as of 11:51, 5 October 2007

<map lat='52.28034161996665' lng='7.439289093017578' zoom='12' view='0' float='right'/> Rheine is a city in the north of Nordrhein-Westfalen.

It is located along the highway A30. You can find three ramps here: Rheine-Nord, Rheine and Rheine-Kanalhafen.

Hitching Out

East towards Hörstel, Ibbenbüren, A30 (Ramp Kanalhafen)

  • If you are in the city, there are no real good spots towards the A30 ramp Kanalhafen. If you are at the central station you can walk along the Kardinal-van-Galen-Ring towards Ibbenbüren, walk over the Ems river and go right into the Osnabrücker Strasse. Here you have two choices: You can walk till the end of town where you'll find an Aral gas station, or try to hitchhike somewhere along the way at a bus stop. There's not much space for cars to stop because many are parking next to the road and the street is quite small. It is recommended to walk around 1 km along the Osnabrücker Strasse and try it then at the Persiluhr where some space to stop cars is situated, or some meters further at the crossing with the Friedrich-Ebert-Ring. Whatever, just try to hitchhike, if you have no luck walk until the end of town, if there nobody stops it's just around 2-3 km to the ramp. A sign saying A30 might help you a lot!
  • You can also take a bus to the ramp, it's going twice a day towards Hörstel: Take line #192, it's starting at 6:36 a.m. and 1:16 p.m. at the central station in Rheine. Get out at Hafenstrasse / Kreuzung L501, and walk along the L501 for around 1 km over the bridge towards the ramp. Maybe the bus drives you to Rheine-Rodde / Am Backhaus, that's directly at the ramp. Just ask the bus driver, because he'll definitely stop there on his way back! For further information, download the time table here.