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Loved wandering around the ruins of this castle. Not crowded in the late afternoon. We missed the English speaking tour, so we used the one from Rick Steves' book and it was great.
Quite a climb from the town of you are on foot but...More
I walked up the hill from Hotel Rheinfels down by the river and just passed through the castle and ruins quickly. I was taking the KD boat to Bacharach, so I was short on time. The views here are worth the hike up. I think...More
The castle is a short uphill walk from the town, or there is a shuttle bus from the tourist office.
We were given an English language's guide sheet when we entered.It's quite an absorbing experience, I recommend it.
One odd thing to British eyes was...More
Rheinfels Castle dominates the St. Goar skyline. It is a short but steep hike or an easy drive from town center. From it other ridge walks are accessible.
The Castle is a large ruin, now improved by an upscale “romantic” hotel built alongside. Entrance is...More
one thing I loved about these ruins is that they had labels for what things were. and the humongous cave that held the wines was really cool. I don't know if I would've gone out of my way to see the ruins, if we weren't...More
We completely enjoyed our time in these ruins. The view from the top it was amazing and the open spaces were fun to explore. We managed to get a feel for most everything we wanted to see within about 30 minutes, so I’m not sure...More
Although this was one of the castles recommended, it was hard to fully appreciate as they did not have any tours in English. Given they were doing some repairs, you could only access the tunnels with the tours. Still a nice visit with many ruins...More
Travelled from Rudesheim by ferry to Bingen, got train to St Goat. Walked to castle. Think it was 5€ and under 6 were free. Take a picnic, lots of places to have a rest. Great museum with battles laid out in miniature, collection of old...More
Response from BandeppaB | Reviewed this property |
If you have only 1 hour 25 mins then I strongly recommend to take car or taxi to reach up so that you can atleast spend 30-40 mins at the castle. Coming down is easy and faster will take 15 mins so you can chose to walk down... More
If you have only 1 hour 25 mins then I strongly recommend to take car or taxi to reach up so that you can atleast spend 30-40 mins at the castle. Coming down is easy and faster will take 15 mins so you can chose to walk down .
You can find taxi or cars to reach up there.