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Take the A 5. At the Bad Homburger Kreuz (intersection Bad Homburg) drive onto the A 661, direction Bad Homburg, which will turn into the B 455. Drive in the direction of Königstein as far as to the Königstein roundabout. Take the first exit in the roundabout, B 8 in the direction of Limburg. After you have left Königstein
Take the A 5 as far as the exit Frankfurt-West [exit Messe (Fair)], then take the A 648 out of town, in direction A 66 (Wiesbaden). Then you have to change onto the A 66 to Wiesbaden. After a few kilometres on the A 66 there will be the exit to the B 8 at the Main-Taunus-Zentrum
(Main-Taunus-Centre), direction Königstein. Drive on the two-laned B 8 till the end, then drive right on the B 8/B 519 in the direction of Königstein. At the Königstein roundabout you have to take the second exit, B 8 in the direction of Limburg. After you have left Königstein
Take the A 3 as far as to the Offenbacher Kreuz (intersection Offenbach), then drive onto the A 661 in the direction of Bad Homburg which will be B 455 later on. Drive as far as to the Königstein roundabout. Take the first exit in the roundabout, B 8 in the direction of Limburg. After you have left Königstein
After you have left Königstein, stay on the B 8 and pass through Glashütten, 2 km (1.2 miles)
behind the exit place name sign Glashütten at a big crossing – on a field – turn right to Schmitten/Oberems. Oberems follows, at the incline on the left you can already see the Collegium Glashütten. Pass through Oberems, at the exit of the village turn left in the direction of Niederems. After approximately 200 metres (220 yards) you get to our entrance. You’ve done it!
Take the A 3 direction Cologne. (e.g. over the B 455 or the A 66) as far as to the exit Idstein. From here see the description Cologne.
Take the A 3 as far as to the exit Idstein. Before the entry to Idstein turn right in the direction of Usingen/ Waldems and change onto the B 275. Follow the B 275 as far as the centre of Waldems-Esch. Then turn right on the B 8, direction Königstein/Frankfurt. Only a few kilometres later, you will come to a junction, turn left there to Schmitten/Oberems. Oberems follows, at the incline on your left you can already see the Collegium Glashütten. Drive through the village, at the exit of the village turn left into the direction of Niederems. After approximately 200 metres (220 yards) you get to our entrance. You’ve made it!