Remagen – The Town With The History-Making Bridge

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 … [Read more...]

Friedensmuseum – The Bridge at Remagen

Inside the towers of the Remagen Bridge is the Peace Museum: Our river cruise director announces that we are approaching the Bridge at Remagen and everyone scurries to the viewing deck armed with their cameras.  The Remagen Bridge gained fame as American troops were able to cross the last … [Read more...]

The Bridge at Remagen – Rhine River Cruise

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 … [Read more...]