LOCATION AND HOW TO GET HERE
The 4 star **** Best Western Hotel Lamm is located in a quiet residential area on the northern edge of the pedestrian area of Singen. Very close to the recreation area Hohentwiel and the Hegau region. While you get to sleep in very quiet surroundings, shops and restaurants, the train station and many Singen companies are within walking distance.
Your GPS will find its way to the Best Western Hotel Lamm with this address:
Best Western Hotel Lamm
Arriving by car
A81 from direction Stuttgart
Exit 41 "Singen/Mühlhausen-Ehingen" (after Kreuz Hegau). In Singen take a left at the first multi-lane intersection (traffic lights) onto Alemannenstraße.
B34 from direction Radolfzell/Constance
In Singen leave the roundabout (Esso station) towards the city center. Turn right after the first traffic lights onto the Ringstrasse. Turn left at the 2nd intersection onto Alemannenstraße.
B34 from direction Gottmadingen/Schaffhausen (CH)
Merge into the left lane at the 1st set of traffic lights in Singen, then immediately turn right into Alemannenstraße.
Go almost everywhere from the train station
The Deutsche Bahn and the Swiss SBB meet daily in Singen and provide national and international connections to the Singen train station (train station Singen/Hohentwiel). From the station it is either 5 minutes by taxi or a walk of 10 to 15 minutes, depending on whether you get distracted by the lovely shops on your way through the Singener pedestrian area.
Directions from the Singen train station to the Best Western Hotel Lamm
Exit the station through the main entrance. Go straight through the pedestrian zone. At the end, cross two one-way streets (traffic lights). Then, turn onto the 2nd street (Alemannenstraße) to the right. You will find us on the right side after about 400 meters.
Popular connections by train:
- Frankfurt - Heidelberg - Stuttgart – Singen
- Stuttgart - Horb - Rottweil – Singen
- Stralsund/Hamburg - Hannover - Frankfurt - Karlsruhe - Offenburg - Donaueschingen - Singen - Radolfzell - Constance (IC "Schwarzwald")
- Emden/Dortmund - Dusseldorf - Karlsruhe - Offenburg - Donaueschingen - Singen - Radolfzell - Constance (IC "Bodensee")
-Karlsruhe - Offenburg - Donaueschingen - Singen - Radolfzell - Constance - Kreuzlingen (CH) (Schwarzwaldbahn)
- Basel (Bad Bhf..) - Schaffhausen (CH) - Singen - Radolfzell - Überlingen a.Ş. - Friedrichshafen - Ulm
International train connections:
-Stuttgart - Singen - Zurich (CH)
You can reach Singen from many airports by train or by car
Particularly convenient train connections are available fromthe airports: Bodensee-Airport Friedrichshafen, Airport Zurich (CH) and the EuroAirport Basel Mulhouse Freiburg (CH/F/D):
Distance (road): approximately 70 km
By car: 1 hour 5 minutes
By train: approximately 56 minutes/1 hour 45 minutes
Zurich Airport (ZH)
Distance (road): 71 km
By car: approximately 1 hour
By train: 1 hour 22 minutes
EuroAirport Basel Mulhouse Freiburg
Distance (road): approximately 156 km
By car: approximately 1 hour 50 minutes
By train: approximately 2 hours
Distance (road): 150 km
By car: 1 hour 35 minutes
By train: approximately 2 hours 35 minutes/3 hours 10 minutes
Distance (road): approximately 293 km
By car: approximately 3 hours 10 minutes
By train: approximately 4 hours 30 minutes/5 hours 15 minutes
By helicopter or jet
The airport Donaueschingen, which is about 30 minutes away on the A81, offers business travelers and all visitors of Singen that are on a tight schedule ideal conditions with its instrument landing system and customs clearance: ranging from helicopters to jets, the right aircraft can be chartered there, also for urgent delivery- flights.
Distance (road): 47 km
By car: about 30 minutes
By bus to Singen
Numerous direct connections have added Singen in their network of long-distance buses. Check right away whether you might as well get here with the cheap and easy option remote bus:
There are, for example, connections from Berlin, Hamburg, Munich, Cologne, Frankfurt, Stuttgart, Dusseldorf, Essen, Hannover, Dresden, Bochum, Wuppertal, Mannheim and others. Singen is served by Flixbus and BerlinLinienBus. It is not always the fastest way, but very often the cheapest.