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Lower Saxony
Population: 53,954
Licence plate: WF
Major roads: A39
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Wolfenbüttel is a nice small town in the south of Lower Saxony.

Hitchhiking out

To the North (Braunschweig, A2 (Wolfsburg, Magdeburg, Berlin, Hannover))

From the center you can walk in direction Braunschweig. You have to cross a big junction and if you like further two junction with traffic light. You can try to hitchhike all the way, but the way further, the better your chances get. Try to hitch at the busstop Mittelweg or ask the people at the filling station. A sign is very useful if you don't want to go into Braunschweig city (where it is difficult to get away).

To the South and West (Goslar, Harz, Göttingen, Kassel, Salzgitter)

Take the bus 793 or 797 and exit at Stadtwerke, or walk the Halchtersche Straße from the railstation (2 km).

From there you can take the country road via Schalden to Goslar if you want to see the Harz mountains.

If you want to go further southwest to the A7, you can use this spot too. It is important to find someone who is directly heading to the A7 and don't get dropped in Salzgitter (see the Salzgitter article for more details). Better use a sign (for example Kassel or for Göttingen or A7) and reject lifts to Salzgitter.

If you are able to speak german, see also the german article, which is more detailed.