Rudesheim Panorama

Rudesheim City Breaks

Rüdesheim not only features the Drosselgasse - a narrow cobbled alley full of inns buzzing with the sound of revelry - but also a more sedate side, as a browse in the Museum of Musical Instruments will illustrate.

The remains of the 1,000-year-old Bromersburg castle bear witness to Rüdesheim's colourful history. Located on the banks of the Rhine, the town invites you to explore the Rhineland on your own or take one of the many day excursions available.

Don't miss out on a trip to the Asbach wine distillery, the birthplace of German brandy.

For a different view of Germany, take a look through our Freiburg city breaks and hotels in the Chiemgau region

Additional Information
Useful Information
  • Flight time from London: 1 hour 25 min
  • Frankfurt Airport: 51km from the city centre; transfer time about 39 min
  • Nearest railway station: Rüdesheim (Rhein) station
  • Currency: Euro
Attractions

Niederwalddenkmal

Looking over the Rhine River, this Niederwalddenkmal monument commemorates the Unification of Germany and is located in the Niederwald landscape park. 


Ehrenfels Castle

One of the many castles and ruins which can bee seen along this stretch of the Rhine River, the Ehrenfels Castle date all the way back to 1220 and are idyllically situated in the midst of the surrounding vineyards.


Drosselgasse

Running through the heart of Rudesheim, this picturesque lane is full of beautifully decorated restaurants, taverns, music venues and river homes. 


Brömserburg

Brömserburg is the oldest castle in the Rhine Gorge, and a World Heritage Site. Originally built in the 10th century as a Roman fortification, the castle is now a wine museum and houses a collection of wine presses and paraphernalia. 

A Culinary Tour Of Lake Constance
Kevin Johnson visited the towns & cities surrounding Lake Constance on a culinary tour that offered much more. Here’s a look at his trip in his own words.