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|Authorised motorhome service point and night stop|
|Nördlinghen, Bayern, Germany, 86270|
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|Open from Jan to Dec|
|12 electric points, long leads may be required. Train line adjacent, although runs infrequently.|
2Kw electricity: €2 (accepts €2 coin only)
Toilet closes 19:30-0700
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Was an easy to find location and plenty of space in bays as long as everyone parks sensibly.View all reviews by braii205
We managed to park close to the electric point , but make sure you have a long lead incase.
We were happy that there was a decent public toilet, however this then closed at 19:30pm until 7am which was disappointing as it would work much better if it was a pay option 24/7.
The next bad thing was the electric allowance ran out much sooner than it should have. This happened 3 times during our stay, so it ended up being 6 euros. So take plenty of change in case, they accept only 2 euro coins and it is supposed to be for 2Kw but ours tripped after just 2 hours of very little power needs.
Overall ok spot with spacious parking, facilities let it down big time compared to what it boasts online.
Great motorhome parking within minutes of the beautiful medieval town which has a 1.7km walk around the top of old city walls. Lots of bars, cafes and shops in the centre as well as historical buildings to visit. There a few shops and McDonalds right next to the parking. We stayed one night whilst travelling the Romantic Road and really enjoyed the stay which was good value at 3 euros per night.View all reviews by samwillis17
Sectioned area of car park on the outskirts of Nördlingen.View all reviews by admin
Space for around 40 vans depending upon how people park. There is a strip of inline parking with grass adjacent. Nördlinghen is apparently the only medieval town in Germany where the city wall is intact and you can walk all the way around