Amazing photo shot place, you can visit the ruins, small town Sankt Goar and Rhein river is under your feet, worth to visit
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The Castle is well worth a visit. Just make shore you have good footwear on as it is uneven inside.You can get good views from here over the river.
Drove down from Boppard for the day. Walked up from the parking area near the marina (north end of town). Walk is not great, poorly maintained. Steep but really manageable. The castle was pretty impressive. Huge and you really get the sense of the total...More
The castle is interesting and well preserved. The hotel is nice. I recommend getting a room on the back side instead of a river view. Although the river view room is beautiful a train runs on that side of the hotel. In the summer you...More
So, yes, this castle, once the most powerful on the Rhine River, is mostly in ruins, and even the ruins are but a small portion of the extent of the castle in Medieval times, but it still fun to roam through the place, and if...More
My son and I did a quick walk-through of Rheinfels during our few days on the Rhine this summer. We had a great time exploring the many stair cases, ramparts, towers, and ruins. Kind of wished their were more signs in English to get a...More
We went here because of a Rick Steve's Germany guidebook review which said the dark tunnels under this castle could be explored via a self guided tour. This is no longer the case--the tunnels are closed permanently. About half the remaining castle is by guided...More
Ruins of a castle on a mountain by the river. Very beautiful sight from every angle. There is a small museum inside and a good restaurant, which is part of the hotel just beside the ruins.
Pleasant surprise. We were not expecting much, but it was a very interesting stop. It would not have been as enjoyable without a guide that came with admission...7 euros I believe. Bring good walking shoes. Great views along with the long history of the castle....More
We took in the castle this afternoon and it was beautiful and old. During a tour it was explained that this castle held off Napoleon and many other would-be conquerors . It is too bad that much of the original castle was destroyed by the...More