realman228The styles of European towns are the same, but Rüdesheim is definitely worth a visit. Small and exquisite Rüdesheim is full of vineyards and many local German grandpas and grandmothers walk here and drink small wines. Remember to come A glass of Riesling is as intoxicating as the scenery! A short walk through the thrush alley is the place to buy a ticket for 18 euros. Take the cable car back and forth to save energy because there are still many places to go. You can also take a boat to see the castle and finally take the boat back to Ruedesheim Railway Station. Rudesheim in depth
fz570628In the afternoon, the cruise ship departed from Heidelberg and arrived at Ruedesheim. It was almost dusk. This afternoon's itinerary was to tour the Thrush Alley at night, and then take the city train back to the cruise ship. The small town of Rüdesheim on the Rhine River is known as the "Wine City" and a paradise on the Rhine. It is rich in grapes and produces 27 million bottles of wine annually. Who has tasted the coffee in this small town? It is really unique. The coffee has a very strong taste. It is more appropriate to call it "coffee wine" rather than coffee.
_ce***95The small town of Bacharach is located near Koblenz. The whole town is surrounded by almost playful city walls. The wooden houses in the old city also reflect the architectural characteristics of this area.
tailor2000The Castle of Stahleck is located in the small city of Bachara by the Rhine. It is a small town. After the KD cruise ship arrived at the station, it only stopped for a few minutes and several tourists came up. The more famous castle here is this castle. The mountains on the banks of the Rhine are very steep.
tailor2000Burg Reichenstein Castle is located in Bachara, a small town on the banks of the Rhine. It is a small place, but it is very distinctive. The castle is built on the hill of the Rhine. Although the mountain is not high, the castle is still quite large and standing. It looks very imposing on the mountain, and there are many vineyards around.
zha***ngNiederwald Monument: Also known as the "Imperial Monument", it is located on the hillside of the vineyard to the northwest of Rudesheim, commemorating the establishment of the German Empire in 1871. At the top of the monument is the goddess Germania, a symbol of the German Empire. She held a sword in her left hand, held the imperial crown high in her right, and wore a crown of oak leaves that symbolized victory and glory. Below the goddess is the German Eagle, and around it are the emblems of the 22 city-states of the German Empire at that time.