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Activities

Explore the region around Reichenstein Castle.

Our region

We are delighted that you have chosen us as your vacation destination. To help you get to know the Middle Rhine region better, we have put together some travel tips for you. After all, there is so much to discover. You can get to Bacharach on the B9. A small, romantic town with a historic market square. We recommended lunch at the Posthof. And a visit to the Ratzenberger and Bastian wineries is also worthwhile.

Then it’s on to Oberwesel – the city of towers and wine. Here you can visit the High Gothic Church of Our Lady with its golden altar, walk along the city wall or enjoy a glass of wine. Our tip: the Lanius-Knab winery or the tasty German cuisine at the “Zum Lamm” wine tavern at the Dietrich-Becker winery. And in the historic Iris Marx wine tavern, you may find yourself sitting in the kitchen, in bed or in the cupboard. Why? Find out!

From here, take the Rheingoldstraße to Urbar, past the Günderodehaus – where the movie Heimat 3 was filmed with a wonderful view over the valley of the Middle Rhine. Once in Urbar, enjoy Maria Ruh, opposite the world-famous Loreley, with a cup of coffee from the company’s own roastery.

Now continue through Biebernheim to St. Goar, past Rheinfels Castle. The extraordinary ruin with its underground corridors boasts Europe’s largest vaulted cellar. From St. Goar, take the B9 towards Oberwesel back to Dellhofen, past Schönburg Castle and onto Hunsrückhöhenstraße to Perscheid/Rheinböllen.

Once in Rheinböllen, visit the Hochwildschutzpark – ideal for a short daytrip with your family. Take the highway towards Stromberg/Bingen and from Bingen back to the castle. Let our chef Till Gerwinat and his team spoil you with the culinary delights of Reichenstein Castle. Enjoy the region’s finest wines and indulge in the romance of the Middle Rhine region.

Activities

Katz Castle

Katz Castle

 

56346 St. Goarshausen 

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Built in the second half of the 14th century by Count Wilhelm II of Katzenelnbogen, Katz Castle served as a defensive and military base for strengthening Rheinfels Castle. Together they formed a fortification bulwark with a barrier to raise the Rhine toll.
Wellness – Massage Studio Orchidee

Wellness – Massage Studio Orchidee

 

Wellness – Massagestudio Orchidee
Grabenstraße 8 
55413 Weiler 

06721 992815
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Let us treat you to a massage – wellness, Lomi Lomi, Hot Stone, Ayurveda, herbal, coconut temple or Tibetan honey. An infrared cabin, steam sauna and peeling and face masks are also offered.
Rhine footpath: Oberlahnstein – Koblenz

Rhine footpath: Oberlahnstein – Koblenz

 

13.4 km – 404 m climb – 3.45 hours

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The highlight of the stage is the Ruppert Gorge. At its highest point, the Lichterkopf, is a wide panoramic view in good weather. Through the Bienhorn Valley, reach the Rhine. Past the banks is Koblenz, with the fortress of Ehrenbreitstein and the Deutsches Eck.
Rhine footpath: Braubach – Oberlahnstein

Rhine footpath: Braubach – Oberlahnstein

 

8.3 km – 355 m climb – 2.45 hours

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The short stage with a beautiful view of Marksburg Castle leads away from the Rhine to the Lahn. Along the Lahn, continue on the path to Oberlahnstein to enjoy the view of Lahneck Castle and stop at the famous “Wirtshaus an der Lahn.”
Rhine footpath: Osterspai – Braubach

Rhine footpath: Osterspai – Braubach

 

11.4 km – 415 m climb – 3.5 hours

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On this fairly short stage, the largest Rhine loop between Osterspai and Braubach is circumnavigated. You hike past the Marksburg, the only hilltop castle to have never been destroyed, down to the half-timbered town of Braubach.
Rhine footpath: Kestert – Osterspai

Rhine footpath: Kestert – Osterspai

 

16.7 km – 468 m climb – 5.25 hours

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A steep ascent past Liebenstein Castle and Sterrenberg Castle takes you to Osterspai. On this hike, admire two spectacular narrow curves of the Rhine and enjoy picturesque views of Kamp-Bornhofen and Boppard from the Rheinhöhe.
Rhine footpath: Kaub – St.Goarshausen

Rhine footpath: Kaub – St.Goarshausen

 

22.4 km – 828 m climb – 6.0 hours

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The trail climbs steeply up to the plateau at Dörscheid. At many vantage points, admire Oberwesel with the Schönburg and the Spitznack with a view of the Loreley. Through the vineyards, reach the Loreley Cliffs. Not for those afraid of heights.
Rhine footpath: Lorch – Kaub

Rhine footpath: Lorch – Kaub

 

13.4 km – 485 m climb – 3.45 hours

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From Lorch, pass the ruin of Nollig, then steeply uphill through woods and vineyards with wonderful views of Bacharach, Stahleck Castle and the Pfalzgrafenstein customs station. Passing Gutenfels Castle, descend steeply to Kaub.
Rhine footpath: Rüdesheim – Lorch

Rhine footpath: Rüdesheim – Lorch

 

19.6 km – 433 m climb – 5.25 hours

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From the Drosselgasse in Rüdesheim, take the chairlift up to the Niederwald monument. There you hike past the Niederwald hunting lodge down to the Rhine to Assmannshausen. From there, follow rocky paths along the slope through narrow side valleys to Lorch.
Museum am Strom

Museum am Strom

 

Museum am Strom
Museumstraße 3
55411 Bingen am Rhein

06721 184353
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In the Hildegard exhibition, a vivid picture of the abbess is drawn: the destroyed Hildegard monasteries take shape in detailed models, while impressive works of art and graphic reproductions make life and work three-dimensional. Image rights: City of Bingen
The Hildegard Trail in Bingen

The Hildegard Trail in Bingen

 

Tourist-Information Bingen
Rheinkai 21
55411 Bingen am Rhein

06721 184205
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The places where Hildegard von Bingen lived are no longer easily identifiable in today’s cityscape. But numerous paths still lead to meetings with probably the most important woman of the Middle Ages. Picture rights: Naheland-Touristik GmbH/Timo Volz
Night of Seduction, Bingen

Night of Seduction, Bingen

 

 

Visit website

The “Night of Seduction” is the wine night on Rochusberg. Spend a few romantic hours amidst the vineyards of Rochusberg with Bingen wine and small culinary delicacies, candlelight and live music, all with a magnificent view of the Rhine.
Bingen Wine Festival

Bingen Wine Festival

 

 

Visit website

Fireworks from Klopp Castle and at the Brückenfest an der Nahe, concerts, procession of vintners, stages, exhibitions, an amusement park – the Wine Festival is everywhere you look. The town’s booths will offer a rich selection of food and wine. Picture rights: City of Bingen
Bingen swings

Bingen swings  

 

 

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Every year on the last weekend of June, the city of Bingen presents a mixture of traditional and modern jazz, blues and fusion, international stars and regional talents. For three days a year, Bingen becomes a jazz stronghold on the Rhine. Picture rights: Stefan Esser
The Soonwaldsteig – a path of silence

The Soonwaldsteig – a path of silence

 

Naheland-Touristik GmbH

06752 137610
Visit website
E-Mail: info@soonwaldsteig.de

The 40 km long Soonwaldsteig offers a special hiking experience with its eventful route. Old walls hidden deep in the forest, castles and palaces on the mountain tops tell of Celts, Romans and the Middle Ages. Picture rights: Naturpark Soonwald-Nahe
Climbing Cliffs in NSG Morgenbachtal

Climbing Cliffs in NSG Morgenbachtal

 

 

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The Morgenbachtal is a climbing area for both beginners and advanced climbers. There are over 100 routes and variants with a difficulty level from 2 to 8, including many medium sections from 4 to 7. Picture rights: www.heimatwandern.de
Fixed-rope Routes in Boppard, Oberwesel, Morgenbachtal

Fixed-rope Routes in Boppard, Oberwesel, Morgenbachtal

 

 

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Directly through rock formations, the Alpine Association has set up climbing paths with step irons, ropes and ladders. They lead hikers into the lush vegetation – some of which is protected – and into the side valleys to cool, clear streams.
Pulsbach Gorge

Pulsbach Gorge

 

2 hours

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A small, idyllic Rhine footpath between St. Goarshausen and Kestert. The gorge allows an ascent over narrow paths and footbridges along the Pulsbach to the Rheinsteig or further to Prath. The hike requires sturdy shoes. Copyright: GPS Hiking Atlas
Three Castle Outlook

Three Castle Outlook

 

1 - 1.5 hours

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The “Three Castle Outlook” is a vantage point above St. Goarshausen where it is possible to see Katz Castle, Rheinfels Castle and Maus Castle. From this vantage point, you also have a good view of the Loreley Cliffs, St. Goarshausen and St. Goar. Clear hiking recommendation.
Sculpture park

Sculpture park

 

Oberwesel

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The sculpture park on the Rheinhöhe between St. Goar and Oberwesel offers many sculptures in a meadow landscape. This hike also offers beautiful views of the Loreley from the left bank of the Rhine.
Eagle and Falcon Farm at Maus Castle

Eagle and Falcon Farm at Maus Castle

 

Maus Castle
St. Goarshausen

Visit website

Maus Castle houses an eagle and falcon farm. Here you can learn everything about these birds of prey. A special attraction is the one-hour flight demonstration over the magnificent Loreley Valley. Refreshments are available in the castle tavern.
Loreley Cliffs near St. Goarshausen

Loreley Cliffs near St. Goarshausen

 

Loreley Cliffs
56346 St. Goarshausen

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The Loreley Cliffs offer a breathtaking view of the Rhine Valley towards Koblenz. The plateau is also home to the Loreley Visitor Center, the Loreley Mountain Hotel, the Loreley Open Air Theatre and the Loreley Campsite.
Rhine in flames – Night of Loreley

Rhine in flames – Night of Loreley

 

Rhine between Spay and Koblenz

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The fireworks experience in the Middle Rhine Valley against a fantastic medieval backdrop, with a fleet of lights on the water, “burning castles,” Bengali city lighting and lights reflected in the waters of the Rhine. A spectacle for young and old.
Fixed-rope Route in Oelsberg

Fixed-rope Route in Oelsberg

 

1,3 km 

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The fixed-rope route in Oelsberg was opened in Oberwesel in 2006. It is 1.3 km long and a challenge for both climbers and beginners.
Fixed-rope Route in Boppard

Fixed-rope Route in Boppard

 

Fixed-rope Route in Boppard
56154 Boppard
1.5 hours

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This fixed-rope route is a demanding tour, so it is essential to have rope route equipment and sturdy shoes. As it runs parallel to the RheinBurgenWeg on the left bank of the Rhine, difficult passages can be avoided at any time.
Fixed-rope Route in Rabenack

Fixed-rope Route in Rabenack

 

Touristikgemeinschaft Loreley-Burgenstraße
Bahnhofstraße 8 
56436 St. Goarshausen

06771 9190
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E-Mail: info@loreley-touristik.de

The alpine trail is considered the new challenge on the Rhine Climb route St. Goarshausen – Kestert. It is suitable for all hikers looking for a physical challenge. You shouldn’t have vertigo and should be sure-footed. Picture rights: www.blum-wolfgang.de
Frick KG  Sports Park

Frick KG Sports Park 

 

Frick KG Sports Park
Am Hallenbad 6
55457 Bingen

06727 8330
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Whether badminton, tennis or squash, the Badmintonhalle offers a parquet sprung floor that is easy on the joints. Relaxing Thai massages are also offered. After sports, you can eat in the German-Turkish restaurant.
Adlerwarte Niederwald

Adlerwarte Niederwald

 

Adlerwarte Niederwald
Niederwald Monument
65385 Rüdesheim am Rhein 

06722 47339
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Since 1968, injured birds of prey and owls have been nursed back to health in the park and released back into the wild. Especially recommendable: the afternoon flight training. Various vantage points on the Rhine Valley can be enjoyed on the hiking trails.
Stromberg Museum of Local History

Stromberg Museum of Local History

 

Stromberg Museum of Local History
Gerbereistraße 20  
55442 Stromberg 

06724 6447
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In the former forester’s lodge, visitors are guided through the history of the town, past relics from Roman times, medieval exhibits, maps, documents and lovingly reconstructed rooms such as an old school classroom and a detailed watchmaker’s workshop.
Bingen Soccer Arena

Bingen Soccer Arena  

 

Bingen Soccer Arena
Hitchinstraße 24
55411 Bingen

06721 400422
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The modern street soccer facility has several soccer courts. All pitches are covered with high-quality artificial turf. The quality of the ground covering not only reduces the risk of injury, but also creates optimum playing comfort through natural playing characteristics.
Rüdesheim Toy Museum

Rüdesheim Toy Museum

 

Rüdesheim Toy Museum
Peterstraße 20  
65365 Rüdesheim am Rhein 

06722 4024777
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A visit to the Toy Museum is worthwhile for young and old. You can see railways, cars and model airplanes as well as antique tin toys, dolls, shops and even merry-go-rounds. The highlight of the collection is a large model railway in the Rhine Valley in the style of the 30s-50s.
Rheinstein Castle

Rheinstein Castle

 

Rheinstein Castle
Trechtingshausen
55413 Trechtingshausen

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Rheinstein Castle sits five kilometers behind Bingen, opposite Assmannshausen. Not only did its imposing location on steep rock make the castle a symbol of romantic reconstruction in the 19th century, but its eventful history has also experienced many highlights.
Flummyland

Flummyland

 

Flummyland
Esperantostraße 28
55411 Bingen

06721 1867940
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Young buccaneers can look forward to a ship-shaped playground and climbing landscape at Flummyland – with “ocean wave,” trampoline facility, go-kart track, “Flummyland Express,” children’s disco and baby and toddler area.
RheinBurgenWeg

RheinBurgenWeg

 

220 km
Bingen – Koblenz – Rüdesheim 

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The RheinBurgenWeg opens up the Upper Middle Rhine Valley UNESCO World Heritage Site, on the left bank of the Rhine from Bingen to Koblenz and on the right from Rüdesheim to Koblenz. The hiking trail offers challenging hiking fun through an impressive natural landscape.
Windesheim Pool

Windesheim Pool

 

Windesheim Pool
Waldstraße 42 
55452 Windesheim

06707 960128
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Relax at swimming pools with swimming and non-swimming areas, paddling pools, sunbathing lawns, beach chairs and a kiosk.
Pfalzgrafenstein Castle

Pfalzgrafenstein Castle

 

Pfalzgrafenstein Castle
Falkenau Island

0172 123789123
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The ferry takes you to Falkenau Island and the 14th century Zollburg Castle. The furnished commander’s apartment offers an authentic look into the life of the guards. The main tower is worth a visit for its magnificent view of Kaub and the Middle Rhine Valley.
Rhine footpath: St.Goarshausen – Kestert

Rhine footpath: St.Goarshausen – Kestert

 

12.2 km – 549 m climb – 4.25 hours  

View stage description

From the Hasenbach Valley in St. Goarshausen, hike steeply uphill with a wonderful view of St. Goar and Rheinfels Castle until you reach Maus Castle along the way. This castle houses an eagle and falcon farm. Worth seeing! Afterwards, pass the Pulsbachklamm on your way up to Kestert.
Katz Castle

Katz Castle

Built in the second half of the 14th century by Count Wilhelm II of Katzenelnbogen, Katz Castle served as a defensive and military base for strengthening Rheinfels Castle. Together they formed a fortification bulwark with a barrier to raise the Rhine toll.

Wellness – Massage Studio Orchidee

Wellness – Massage Studio Orchidee

Let us treat you to a massage – wellness, Lomi Lomi, Hot Stone, Ayurveda, herbal, coconut temple or Tibetan honey. An infrared cabin, steam sauna and peeling and face masks are also offered.

Rhine footpath: Oberlahnstein – Koblenz

Rhine footpath: Oberlahnstein – Koblenz

The highlight of the stage is the Ruppert Gorge. At its highest point, the Lichterkopf, is a wide panoramic view in good weather. Through the Bienhorn Valley, reach the Rhine. Past the banks is Koblenz, with the fortress of Ehrenbreitstein and the Deutsches Eck.

Rhine footpath: Braubach – Oberlahnstein

Rhine footpath: Braubach – Oberlahnstein

The short stage with a beautiful view of Marksburg Castle leads away from the Rhine to the Lahn. Along the Lahn, continue on the path to Oberlahnstein to enjoy the view of Lahneck Castle and stop at the famous “Wirtshaus an der Lahn.”

Rhine footpath: Osterspai – Braubach

Rhine footpath: Osterspai – Braubach

On this fairly short stage, the largest Rhine loop between Osterspai and Braubach is circumnavigated. You hike past the Marksburg, the only hilltop castle to have never been destroyed, down to the half-timbered town of Braubach.

Rhine footpath: Kestert – Osterspai

Rhine footpath: Kestert – Osterspai

A steep ascent past Liebenstein Castle and Sterrenberg Castle takes you to Osterspai. On this hike, admire two spectacular narrow curves of the Rhine and enjoy picturesque views of Kamp-Bornhofen and Boppard from the Rheinhöhe.

Rhine footpath: Kaub – St.Goarshausen

Rhine footpath: Kaub – St.Goarshausen

The trail climbs steeply up to the plateau at Dörscheid. At many vantage points, admire Oberwesel with the Schönburg and the Spitznack with a view of the Loreley. Through the vineyards, reach the Loreley Cliffs. Not for those afraid of heights.

Rhine footpath: Lorch – Kaub

Rhine footpath: Lorch – Kaub

From Lorch, pass the ruin of Nollig, then steeply uphill through woods and vineyards with wonderful views of Bacharach, Stahleck Castle and the Pfalzgrafenstein customs station. Passing Gutenfels Castle, descend steeply to Kaub.

Rhine footpath: Rüdesheim – Lorch

Rhine footpath: Rüdesheim – Lorch

From the Drosselgasse in Rüdesheim, take the chairlift up to the Niederwald monument. There you hike past the Niederwald hunting lodge down to the Rhine to Assmannshausen. From there, follow rocky paths along the slope through narrow side valleys to Lorch.

Museum am Strom

Museum am Strom

In the Hildegard exhibition, a vivid picture of the abbess is drawn: the destroyed Hildegard monasteries take shape in detailed models, while impressive works of art and graphic reproductions make life and work three-dimensional. Image rights: City of Bingen

The Hildegard Trail in Bingen

The Hildegard Trail in Bingen

The places where Hildegard von Bingen lived are no longer easily identifiable in today’s cityscape. But numerous paths still lead to meetings with probably the most important woman of the Middle Ages. Picture rights: Naheland-Touristik GmbH/Timo Volz

Night of Seduction, Bingen

Night of Seduction, Bingen

The “Night of Seduction” is the wine night on Rochusberg. Spend a few romantic hours amidst the vineyards of Rochusberg with Bingen wine and small culinary delicacies, candlelight and live music, all with a magnificent view of the Rhine.

Bingen Wine Festival

Bingen Wine Festival

Fireworks from Klopp Castle and at the Brückenfest an der Nahe, concerts, procession of vintners, stages, exhibitions, an amusement park – the Wine Festival is everywhere you look. The town’s booths will offer a rich selection of food and wine. Picture rights: City of Bingen

Bingen swings

Bingen swings

Every year on the last weekend of June, the city of Bingen presents a mixture of traditional and modern jazz, blues and fusion, international stars and regional talents. For three days a year, Bingen becomes a jazz stronghold on the Rhine. Picture rights: Stefan Esser

The Soonwaldsteig – a path of silence

The Soonwaldsteig – a path of silence

The 40 km long Soonwaldsteig offers a special hiking experience with its eventful route. Old walls hidden deep in the forest, castles and palaces on the mountain tops tell of Celts, Romans and the Middle Ages. Picture rights: Naturpark Soonwald-Nahe

Climbing Cliffs in NSG Morgenbachtal

Climbing Cliffs in NSG Morgenbachtal

The Morgenbachtal is a climbing area for both beginners and advanced climbers. There are over 100 routes and variants with a difficulty level from 2 to 8, including many medium sections from 4 to 7. Picture rights: www.heimatwandern.de

Fixed-rope Routes in Boppard, Oberwesel, Morgenbachtal

Fixed-rope Routes in Boppard, Oberwesel, Morgenbachtal

Directly through rock formations, the Alpine Association has set up climbing paths with step irons, ropes and ladders. They lead hikers into the lush vegetation – some of which is protected – and into the side valleys to cool, clear streams.

Pulsbach Gorge

Pulsbach Gorge

A small, idyllic Rhine footpath between St. Goarshausen and Kestert. The gorge allows an ascent over narrow paths and footbridges along the Pulsbach to the Rheinsteig or further to Prath. The hike requires sturdy shoes. Copyright: GPS Hiking Atlas

Three Castle Outlook

Three Castle Outlook

The “Three Castle Outlook” is a vantage point above St. Goarshausen where it is possible to see Katz Castle, Rheinfels Castle and Maus Castle. From this vantage point, you also have a good view of the Loreley Cliffs, St. Goarshausen and St. Goar. Clear hiking recommendation.

Sculpture park

Sculpture park

The sculpture park on the Rheinhöhe between St. Goar and Oberwesel offers many sculptures in a meadow landscape. This hike also offers beautiful views of the Loreley from the left bank of the Rhine.

Eagle and Falcon Farm at Maus Castle

Eagle and Falcon Farm at Maus Castle

Maus Castle houses an eagle and falcon farm. Here you can learn everything about these birds of prey. A special attraction is the one-hour flight demonstration over the magnificent Loreley Valley. Refreshments are available in the castle tavern.

Loreley Cliffs near St. Goarshausen

Loreley Cliffs near St. Goarshausen

The Loreley Cliffs offer a breathtaking view of the Rhine Valley towards Koblenz. The plateau is also home to the Loreley Visitor Center, the Loreley Mountain Hotel, the Loreley Open Air Theatre and the Loreley Campsite.

Rhine in flames – Night of Loreley

Rhine in flames – Night of Loreley

The fireworks experience in the Middle Rhine Valley against a fantastic medieval backdrop, with a fleet of lights on the water, “burning castles,” Bengali city lighting and lights reflected in the waters of the Rhine. A spectacle for young and old.

Fixed-rope Route in Oelsberg

Fixed-rope Route in Oelsberg

The fixed-rope route in Oelsberg was opened in Oberwesel in 2006. It is 1.3 km long and a challenge for both climbers and beginners.

Fixed-rope Route in Boppard

Fixed-rope Route in Boppard

This fixed-rope route is a demanding tour, so it is essential to have rope route equipment and sturdy shoes. As it runs parallel to the RheinBurgenWeg on the left bank of the Rhine, difficult passages can be avoided at any time.

Fixed-rope Route in Rabenack

Fixed-rope Route in Rabenack

The alpine trail is considered the new challenge on the Rhine Climb route St. Goarshausen – Kestert. It is suitable for all hikers looking for a physical challenge. You shouldn’t have vertigo and should be sure-footed. Picture rights: www.blum-wolfgang.de

Frick KG  Sports Park

Frick KG Sports Park

Whether badminton, tennis or squash, the Badmintonhalle offers a parquet sprung floor that is easy on the joints. Relaxing Thai massages are also offered. After sports, you can eat in the German-Turkish restaurant.

Adlerwarte Niederwald

Adlerwarte Niederwald

Since 1968, injured birds of prey and owls have been nursed back to health in the park and released back into the wild. Especially recommendable: the afternoon flight training. Various vantage points on the Rhine Valley can be enjoyed on the hiking trails.

Stromberg Museum of Local History

Stromberg Museum of Local History

In the former forester’s lodge, visitors are guided through the history of the town, past relics from Roman times, medieval exhibits, maps, documents and lovingly reconstructed rooms such as an old school classroom and a detailed watchmaker’s workshop.

Bingen Soccer Arena

Bingen Soccer Arena

The modern street soccer facility has several soccer courts. All pitches are covered with high-quality artificial turf. The quality of the ground covering not only reduces the risk of injury, but also creates optimum playing comfort through natural playing characteristics.

Rüdesheim Toy Museum

Rüdesheim Toy Museum

A visit to the Toy Museum is worthwhile for young and old. You can see railways, cars and model airplanes as well as antique tin toys, dolls, shops and even merry-go-rounds. The highlight of the collection is a large model railway in the Rhine Valley in the style of the 30s-50s.

Rheinstein Castle

Rheinstein Castle

Rheinstein Castle sits five kilometers behind Bingen, opposite Assmannshausen. Not only did its imposing location on steep rock make the castle a symbol of romantic reconstruction in the 19th century, but its eventful history has also experienced many highlights.

Flummyland

Flummyland

Young buccaneers can look forward to a ship-shaped playground and climbing landscape at Flummyland – with “ocean wave,” trampoline facility, go-kart track, “Flummyland Express,” children’s disco and baby and toddler area.

RheinBurgenWeg

RheinBurgenWeg

The RheinBurgenWeg opens up the Upper Middle Rhine Valley UNESCO World Heritage Site, on the left bank of the Rhine from Bingen to Koblenz and on the right from Rüdesheim to Koblenz. The hiking trail offers challenging hiking fun through an impressive natural landscape.

Windesheim Pool

Windesheim Pool

Relax at swimming pools with swimming and non-swimming areas, paddling pools, sunbathing lawns, beach chairs and a kiosk.

Pfalzgrafenstein Castle

Pfalzgrafenstein Castle

The ferry takes you to Falkenau Island and the 14th century Zollburg Castle. The furnished commander’s apartment offers an authentic look into the life of the guards. The main tower is worth a visit for its magnificent view of Kaub and the Middle Rhine Valley.

Rhine footpath: St.Goarshausen – Kestert

Rhine footpath: St.Goarshausen – Kestert

From the Hasenbach Valley in St. Goarshausen, hike steeply uphill with a wonderful view of St. Goar and Rheinfels Castle until you reach Maus Castle along the way. This castle houses an eagle and falcon farm. Worth seeing! Afterwards, pass the Pulsbachklamm on your way up to Kestert.