The street is known as Party Street for good reason. There are many restaurants many with live singers where locals and tourists alike have fun. Dancing is optional. Give it a try.
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I had to chuckle when Trip Advisor asked if the Drosselgasse is a "hidden gem." Arguably the best known street in Germany, the Drosselgasse is a narrow long corridor of restaurants, bars, shopping and wall to wall tourists. That said, the street is "postcard Germany"...More
Something you need to do in Rudesheim. Noisy bars and restaurants where you can spend good time when you're with a group.
A street full of bars. There is a range of beers available. Some bars have entertainment others you just sit and drink. A jolly place designed to take money off of tourists.
The first time we came to Rudesheim we were told that the Drosselgasse was the "red light area" of Rudesheim, almost as bad as Soho. What a load of rubbish. The street which is two meters wide and 144 meters long is lined with Cafes...More
Rudescheim is a popular stop for the river boats on the Rhine. It has a classic coffee and schnaps drink. The village is small and easily walked. It is clearly tourist oriented. Nonetheless, it is a cute village.
On a day trip to Rudesheim from Mainz, we popped into the information center and they mentioned this world famous street that I never heard of before - Drosselgasse. Well, the kids and the adults loved it. Every door had special details to notice. The...More
We stopped by Drosselgasse on our way to the Rhine from the Frankfurt Airport and found it to be typically touristy but overall a fun place for a short visit, a meal and/or wine tasting. One encounters the typical array of souvenir shops as well...More
Enjoyed walking in this area and seeing all of the great restaurants and shopping in the area. There's a lovely glockenspeil clock that has the dancers that come out when the clock strikes the hour.