Rhine River

Rhine River Attractions

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Loreley Rock

In the romantic Rhine Valley near the town of St. Goarshausen, a siren named Loreley was said to bewitch sailors from upon her granite rock, causing them to ...  Read more

Rheinfels Castle

The busy riverside promenade of St. Goar is lorded over by the sprawling ruins of Burg Rheinfels, once the mightiest fortress on the Rhine and a must-see. ...  Read more

Stolzenfels Castle (Schloss Stolzenfels)

With its crenellated turrets, ornate gables and fortifications, Schloss Stolzenfels exudes the sentimental beauty for which the Romantic Rhine is famed. ...  Read more

Bingen am Rhine

Bingen am Rhine is at the southern gateway to the beautiful UNESCO World Heritage stretch of the upper Rhine River. Bingen has the long and fascinating ...  Read more

Bonn

When this friendly, relaxed city on the Rhine became West Germany's ‘temporary’ capital in 1949 it surprised many, including its own residents. When in 1991 a ...  Read more

Burg Eltz

One of the lace of fantastical castles perched along waterways near the Rhine, Burg Eltz is Gothic in style, and its many towers and turrets have dominated ...  Read more

Deutsches Eck (German Corner)

The triangular spur of land created where the might of the Rhine and Moselle converge is one of the most poignant memorials to German unity in the country. In ...  Read more

Drosselgasse

The winemaking town of Rüdesheim am Rhein sits on the eastern banks of the Rhine and is the region’s second-largest visitor attraction after Cologne ...  Read more

Ehrenbreitstein Fortress (Festung Ehrenbreitstein)

Sitting opposite Koblenz on the banks of the Rhine, there has been a castle of some sort at Ehrenbreitstein since the early Middle Ages. Its current form ...  Read more

Koblenz

Koblenz is very happily situated at the meeting point of the Rhine and Moselle Rivers, surrounded by four low hills. The town is 2,000 years old, founded by ...  Read more

Mainz

Once a year, on the Monday preceding Ash Wednesday, the streets of Mainz erupt into a riotous celebration of spring, accompanied by a vibrant procession of ...  Read more

Marksburg Castle

As the only German castle to have survived the turbulence of the last 800 years without being destroyed, Marksburg sits on the banks of the Rhine near its ...  Read more

Reichsburg Castle

Standing proud atop its craggy perch 300 feet ((91.5 meters) above the River Moselle, Cochem Castle seems to grow organically out of the rock, and it has been ...  Read more

St Goar

St. Goar is a small town on the Rhine River in the area known as the Rhine Gorge due to the mountains which rise on either side. The most famous landmark is ...  Read more

Wiesbaden

The pretty spa town of Wiesbaden might be proud of its reputation as one of Europe’s most prestigious wellness centers but its self-effacing elegance keeps its ...  Read more

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