Remagen – The Town With The History-Making Bridge

Ludendorff Bridge - Remagen

Remagen on The Rhine : Remagen is a town made famous by its bridge – which since World War II has been commonly referred to as The Bridge at Remagen.  The bridge was originally built during World War I and was named the Ludendorffbrücke after General Ludendorff. Remagen is in the district of Ahrweiler in […]

Germany’s Romantic Road – A Road Well Travelled

The Residenz in Würzburg - Bavaria

Romantische Strasse – One of Germany’s oldest Scenic Routes: Along a 350 km stretch of road from Würzburg in northern Bavaria to Füssen in the Allgäu Alps is Germany’s most famous and well travelled Romantic Road or Romantische Strasse. The Romantic Road is one of Germany’s oldest scenic routes and it takes travellers through rich […]

Tour Routes in Germany

Ludwig's Castle of Neuschwanstein in winter

Suggested Tour Routes to make the best of your holiday in Germany Touring Germany is a pleasure, whether you drive yourself, take a coach or relax on a boat; that’s because there’s a lot to see and the roads are excellent, so travel is easy. Whether you’re looking for romantic castles, picturesque villages with twisting […]

The Bridge at Remagen – Rhine River Cruise

Bridge at Remagen

The Bridge at Remagen – Rhine River Cruise: See our Remagen Photos HERE RIVER CRUISE GUIDE Bank (Rhine) Left KM 633-632 Altitude 71m/230ft Population 6,500   Few places can stir the memories as the Bridge at Remagen, Germany, midway between Coblenz and Cologne. In fact, the history making events surrounding the bridge have inspired poems, […]

Regensburg, Germany – Danube River Cruise

Cathedral of St Peter, Regensburg

Regensburg, Germany – Danube River Cruise: See our Regensburg Photos HERE RIVER CRUISE GUIDE Bank (Danube) Right KM 2379 Altitude 336m/1,102ft Population 150,000   Regensburg is also called Ratisbon, and is situated at the confluence of the river Regen into the Danube. The present-day old city was a Celtic settlement (Radasbona), which later became the […]

Rüdesheim, Germany

Siegfrieds Mechanisches Musikkabinett

Rüdesheim, Germany – home of Siegfried’s Musikkabinett See our Rüdesheim Photos HERE RIVER CRUISE GUIDE Bank (Rhine) Right KM 527-526 Altitude m/ft Population 10,000   Rüdesheim has been famous for its Drosselgasse since the end of the 19th C. The Castle Broemserburg houses the famous Wine Museum. The Museum of Medieval Torture attracts surprising number […]

Nuremberg, Germany – Danube River Cruise

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Nuremberg, Germany – Danube River Cruise See our Nuremberg Photos HERE RIVER CRUISE GUIDE Bank (Pegnitz Canal) Left/Right KM n/a Altitude 280-400m/918-1,312ft Population 490,000   This former Free Imperial City is the second largest town in Bavaria, and principal town of the region of Franconia. In German tradition, Nuremberg is often referred to as the […]

Miltenberg, Germany – Rhine River Cruise

Miltenberg Germany

Miltenberg, Germany – Rhine River Cruise: See our Miltenberg Photos HERE RIVER CRUISE GUIDE Bank Left/Right KM 123-126 Altitude 258m/849ft Population 9,800 Miltenberg is bounded by (from the north and clockwise) the city of Aschaffenburg, the districts of Aschaffenburg and Main-Spessart, and the states of Baden-Württemberg (districts of Main-Tauber and Neckar-Odenwald) and Hesse (district of […]

Coblenz (Koblenz) – Rhine River Cruise

Coblenz overlooked by Fortress Ehrenbreitstein

Coblenz (Koblenz) – Rhine River Cruise: See our Coblenz Photos HERE RIVER CRUISE GUIDE Bank (Moselle/Rhine) Left/Right KM 2-0/589-592 Altitude m/ft Population <108,000   The prosperity of Coblenz (from the Latin confluentia) derives from its position at the confluence of the Rhein and the Moselle. The skyline of Coblenz has been dominated by the Fortress […]