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We get on the KD Line boat from Rudesheim and after cruising for about an hour and 40 minutes, we arrive St. Goar. We just started walking up toward the castle until we saw signs to follow. We go up the stairs until you ave...More
Having driven around and hiked around the area a couple of days, I can say that getting to Burg Rheinfels (2 minutes outside St. Goar) and walking around it are very easy. And the view from the top gives a spectacular view of the Rhine...More
A visit to the castleruins is very nice, great views of the river Rhine too. There is a hotel,restaurant with terrace too. Also from the terrace splendid views of the town and river below. They serve lovely food. Try the traditional "Flammkuchen" A very very...More
I've been to Burg Rheinfels about 5 times and each time was a new experience - there was always something I had missed before.
The Castle sits high atop the hill and it's a nice hike up, or drive if you're lazy like myself. The...More
Beautiful views over the Rhine and incredible history. Mostly ruined now but part of the castle has been transformed into a luxury hotel. Highly recommend exploring the mine tunnels with a torch: very exciting adventure.
An interesting place to visit. We climbed up by foot from the town center in about 15 minutes despite being middle aged and in hot weather. The castle itself is fairly large, and one should plan on spending about 90 minutes on site to see...More
This ruin is different from many in Germany. For a small entrance fee you can explore the castle on your own. Bring a flashlight and watch your head in the tunnels as you roam around a really big castle ruin. This is a favorite stop...More
I have visited several castles in Germany, each one is different in many ways. Burg Rheinfels high point is that you get to explore the huges castle ruins on your own, you don;t need a tour guide, you go at your own pace and stay...More
This was an awesome place to explore for both kids and adults. There are underground mining tunnels (that require a flashlight or cell phone light), and lots of different arches and stairways. A great view of the Rhine River as well. We spent three hours...More