A visit to Rüdesheim’s Christmas Market of Nations or Rüdesheimer Weihnachtsmarkt will let you enjoy the Christmas traditions of 12 nations in this one Christmas market.
Assmannshausen – A Small Village on the Rhine Famous for its Red Wine Festival: The vineyards of the Rhine Valley, we all know, are famous for their white wines (in particular the Rieslings) and their many wine festivals. There are however some towns and villages in the Upper Middle Rhine where red is their favourite […]
Siegfried’s has the largest collection of mechanical music boxes: Rüdesheim is a popular stop on any Rhine River cruise and one of the sightseeing attractions in this riverside town is Siegfried’s Mechanical Music Cabinet Museum. This is the first museum collection of automated musical instruments in Germany and holds an impressive collection. Siegfried’s Mechanical Music […]
Asbach Uralt is a German Brandy Produced in Rüdesheim since 1892: There’s plenty of wines and beers to taste in Rüdesheim, but one liquor that must be tried when in this village is Asbach, the famous German brandy specialty from Rüdesheim am Rhein. Asbach brandy has been in production for over 100 years in Rüdesheim […]
A Night of Fireworks and Rheingau wines: Rüdesheim is one of the Rhineland’s best known wine villages and has many attractions. This charming village is on the route of many Rhine river cruises and as passengers disgorge from their river boats, they are brought to Drosselgasse where they can stroll along the cobbled-stone streets and […]
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 […]
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 […]