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Enjoy a cable car trip up to this huge fortress and enjoy views across the Rhine/Moselle and Deutches Eck.
Lots of things to see inside with audio tours available showing you the history of the fortress and more.
Well worth a visit.
Interesting visit, modernised building inside (none of the crumbling steps I associate with old castles) lots of display cases, photos and pictures, also uniforms. Descriptions are in German only.
Stopped for lunch at the onsite Cafe Hahn. A lovely sunny day and we were really...More
If you are feeling adventurous and want to try walking/hiking all the way up to the fortress from the city instead of taking the cable car, forget it! Walking there from the Ehrenbreitstein old town (where the Ehrenbreitstein train station is also located) is impossible...More
Part of a package holiday. The cable car and guide were included. If you are interested in fortifications it is a great place to spend a couple of hours. If you are not the views are good for half an hour.
Reached by cable car (see other review), funicular, or car, the former Prussian fortress designed as one of four protecting Koblenz and the confluence of Rhine and Moselle is worth seeing when there are other cultural events on. When nothing else is on, it's a...More
The fortress is open from 9am - 7pm. You can get a combined Cable Car and fortress ticket at the Deutsches Eck which costs 13.80 euros for an adult, 6.20 euros for a child and 12.50 euros for a concession.