Beilngries is a pretty town on the banks of the Altmühl and in the middle of the nature park named after the valley. The Main-Danube canal passes to the north of the centre and plenty of river cruise passengers visit the historic centre with its picturesque building.
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Beilngries is closer to Nuremberg airport but the difference in distance and convenience between it and Munich is minimal.
Distance to Nuremberg Airport: 83km
Distance to Munich Airport: 101km
Distance to Memmingen Airport: 210km
Most visitors arriving by air travel are likely to use Munich simply because of the range of flights available both nationally and internationally and because of the ease of motorway access. Allgäu Airport near Memmingen can offer low-cost alternatives but involves a longer cross-country trip.
Beilngries used to be served by the single-track railway which ran up and down the Altmühl valley and by a connection to Neumarkt in der Oberpfalz. Since the closure of both lines last century, public transport to the town has been by means of bus, generally either from rail connections at nearby Kinding or from the more distant Ingolstadt or Neumarkt.
Beilngries is only 11km from the nearest junction on the A9 motorway between Nuremberg and Ingolstadt.