Our cousin who lives in Bonn brought us here and it was really nice. The tram was really an experience. You can see the river Rhine below!
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You can stand on the terrace and admire the distant spires of Köln cathedral, but you cannot walk the historic mule track or get anywhere near the famous ruins because of risk of rockfall. The massive cafe has a very routine feel to it. In...More
Schloss Drachenburg and Drachenfels castle are well worth the visit. The ride up the mountain on the tram and castle admission take you back in time to what I can only imagine would have been an amazing period. The castle is furnished with beautiful period...More
This was an awesome visit! Rich with history and local legends, it was very cool to stand in the spot that Siegfried slain the dragon (according to local lore). There was also a cute biergarten that overlooked the river, which was beautiful. Getting to the...More
Even though it was hazy and I couldn't see all the way to Cologne, the views along the Rhine were still magnificent. The castle ruins are basic although the dragon theme helps make it interesting. Get the train to the very top, see the view,...More
One must go to the hill top if you are in Konigswinter . You can take a tram and for the return journey + the entry to the castle it would cost you EUR 15 which is pretty much justified when you go at the...More
I have been going up the Drachenfels since I was a small child, and I was a bit worried about the modern renovation. No need to....it turned out a treat. The new building embraces the view, rather than distract from it. You can walk up...More
This is an amazing place to go when you are in the region , the walk to this place is very beautiful , a lot of roadsignals so you never get lost . The period in spring is the most beautiful period to go.
We were in the area to look at Drachenburg castle and decided to walk further up the mountain to visit the Drachenfels remains. There are just a few stone walls still standing, but the view from the top of the mountain overlooking the Rhein is...More