In contrast to world-famous destinations such as Heidelberg or Neuschwanstein Castle, the romantic Middle Rhine Valley is still an insider tip among the holiday regions in Germany.
The “Upper Middle Rhine Valley” region has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2002 and attracts thousands of tourists every year.
The old town of Rüdesheim with its cosy squares, old half-timbered houses and many restaurants and wine bar.
Under the magnificent Stahleck Castle are the picturesque old town with many winding alleys, cobbled streets and old houses.
Oberwesel is also called the “city of towers and wine”. A particularly well-preserved city wall with many high towers winds around the city.
The Loreley rock is the narrowest point in the Middle Rhine Valley and has always been a dangerous place for boaters.
Rheinfels Castle is the largest ruin on the Middle Rhine. Large parts of the imposing fortress can still be viewed today.