Located near, the charming town of Sankt Goarshausen, the natural rock of Lorelei, forms one of the best known features of the Upper Middle Rhine Valley. Towering about 120 meters (433 feet) higher than the water surface, the cliff is said to be named after a mythical sorceress called Lurley, who jumped off the cliff into the disturbed waters of River Rhine. Lorelei is blessed with breathtaking beauty, making it quite a popular tourist attraction.
Sotto la chiesa di S. Severo (XII sec.) si visitano i ruderi delle terme militari di età romana.
Stretching to an area of 75,000 square meters (807293 square feet), the Kurpark in Wiesbaden is a spectacular public park that has been praised by many as the most scenic park in the city. Established in 1852, the park boasts of a lake in the middle of the park where visitors can enjoy boating. Also found here is a fountain that is 6 meters (19 feet) high.
Tier- und Pflanzenpark Fasanerie was once a royal hunting area. Opened in 1955, its rolling hills, meadows, forest zone, lake and rivers is a haven for exotic and rare plants as well as for 50 European species. There is also a petting zoo for children. You can avail of their nature tours which are fun and informative at the same time. While touring, you get to encounter bears, lynxes, herons, wolves and many more. Later, head towards the former hunting lodge, which, now functions as a restaurant.
At the confluence of Mosel and Rhine, Deutsches Eck is a headland that has been an integral part of German history during war times. Characterized by an equestrian statue that soars over the city, it is a monument honoring the first German Emperor William I. The original statue was inaugurated in 1897 and a refurbished statue was installed in 1993. A tribute to German unity, the headland is a popular tourist attraction today. Boat rides through the inland waterway of Mosel and Rhine are an ideal way to view the Deutsches Eck.
Rising 100 meters (330 foot) above the scenic Moselle River, Reichsburg Cochem is a towering medieval period castle perched atop a hill. Originally, its purpose was to collect a toll from each passing shop, now it's serves as a popular tourist destination in the area. Its unique combination of neo-gothic architecture with remnants of Romanesque design stands testament to the many hands it changed over the centuries. Reichsburg Cochem also provides interesting tours for the whole family. Check out the tour timings on the website.
Nestled along the snaking Rhine river, Sankt Goar combines gorgeous natural vistas with some historic brilliance. Burg Rheinfels, which is situated on a small hill, is a must visit for it is one of the most important castle ruins in the country, its ramparts and towers still standing strong. The black spire of the Collegiate Church matches with the shingled roof of the houses, an odd but pleasing contrast with the steely waters of the Rhine.
Bordered by the River Rhine on the west, Sankt Goarshausen is about 95 kilometers (59 miles) away from the city of Frankfurt. Located in the west of Germany, this quaint little town is popular for its vineyards that lies on its hilly slopes. Some of the attractions that are worth visiting are Lorelei rock and the medieval castles Burg Katz and Burg Maus.
This Catholic parish church in Sankt Goarshausen was built in the 20th Century on the picturesque bank of the River Rhine. Since 2002, the site has been part of the famous UNESCO World Heritage Site of Upper Middle Rhine Valley. The unique structure of the building makes it a spectacular architectural marvel. Designed by famous German architects Hans and Christoph Rummel, the church features a baroque hall with tall pillars, a semicircular choir, stained glass windows, and a beautifully painted ceiling. The building looks splendid against the serene landscape of the town and makes for a popular tourist attraction.
This old evangelical church located on the banks of the River Rhine is a splendid sight in St. Goarshausen. Built in the 1860s and designed by Eduard Zais, the church has been part of the spectacular landscape of UNESCO World Heritage Upper Middle Rhine Valley since 2002. Standing tall amid tiny houses and rustic buildings in the quaint riverside atmosphere, the church forms an important religious landmark of the town. The interiors are decorated with beautiful stained glass windows and coffered ceilings, which enhance the building's beauty. With its old charm and serene location, the church offers a space for peaceful contemplation to its visitors.
Located on the western bank of the river Rhine, Rheinfels Castle is a castle ruin offering spectacular views of the river and its surrounding areas in Sankt Goar, Germany. This massive castle was once known to be the largest fortress in the Middle Rhine Valley. Today, it is the largest castle overlooking the river Rhine. Majorly occupied by castle ruins, few outer buildings of this complex are now restored as a luxury hotel, wellness center, and a restaurant. Visitors can also see some better-preserved structures in the museum at this historic place.