Cafe Koeppel Konditorei

Kapuzinerstr. 12, Bingen am Rhein, Rhineland-Palatinate, 55411, Germany
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price of the ferry to rudesheim

by pjwat1

Could anyone tell me how I can find the 2009 prices of the ferry from Bingen to Rudesheim for a car and 2 people.

Re: price of the ferry to rudesheim

by leics

On the Rhein-Nahe tourist information site:

http://www.rhein-nahe-touristik.de/english/code/aktivvg/pg2.html

Re: price of the ferry to rudesheim

by puerto_lover

I think that the answer lies somewhere in these pages but can't be too sure ! http://www.bingen-ruedesheimer.de/index.php

Have you discovered the online tourism brochure for Ruedesheimer. One of the best brochures that is available for reading on your PC that I have seen for a long time - 90 pages worth- awesome !
http://www.ruedesheim.de/cms/download/ar_en/ruedesheim2009en/index.html

Re: price of the ferry to rudesheim

by RhineRoll

http://www.bingen-ruedesheimer.de/rheinfaehren.php

single ticket:

Car: 3,50 EUR
2 Persons à 1,00 EUR each = 2 EUR

yields 5,50 EUR single journey

rather expensive, but so reflecting the touristy area and the lack of competition by nearby bridges

Travel Tips for Bingen am Rhein

A Hildegard von Bingen fan must-see

by Holytetra

As I was tracing (St.) Hildegard von Bingen's footsteps in Bingen am Rhein, I was informed that I should go to St Rochuskapelle. It's quite far from the main part of the city, and you can see the chapel in the middle of the woods if you are coming across the river. It took me about 40 mins to walk to the chapel. There is a bus going that direction although I'm not familiar with the schedule. If you are a Hildegard fan, this is quite an amazing little chapel you should visit. Inside it, there are little boards depicting Hildegard's life. Outside, at the back of the chapel, there is a little theatre-like place and you can look up to the amazing stone works on the walls. You can get the city map from this website: http://www.bingen.de/tourist/englisch/index.php

Cancer be damned!

by sarahjayn

Everyone in Germany smokes. Like, seriously, I did not meet one human being that didn't. I think perhaps even the dogs smoke. Also, there's not the stigma attached to smoking there that there is in the states. So, before you get in a throw-down with someone whose smoke whafted in your direction, you might wanna just move.

Rüdesheim

by antistar

Across the river, and only a short ten minute ferry ride away, is the pretty tourist village of Rüdesheim. This village is far more attractive than Bingen, and offers the same level of service. The only problem is that the trains to the village are not as regular as Bingen. You can pick up the same K-D ships in Rüdesheim as you can in Bingen, so if you have time take one of the ferries across the river and spend your time there instead. I doubt you will regret it.

Reichenstein Castle – more robber knights

by Trekki

Almost above Klemens Chapel sits Reichenstein Castle, once home to the most furious robber knights in Rhein Valley. As already described, these robber knights have been murdered by King Rudolf of Habsburg and the chapel was erected near the burial ground. After the knights have been extinguished, the castle went into the hands of Mainz’ archbishops and more and more felt into decay. In 19th century, when the romantic epoch started and Rhein Valley became famous for poets and painters, a rich family bought it and started restauration. But it was sold several times after this and finally bought by another rich family (Kirsch-Pucelli) who finished restauration and filled the castle with artwork and furnishings. It was sold to a caterer and transformed into a hotel and museum end of last century. Although I have read that the hotel is now no longer active (October 2010). Maybe this has to do with a former lousy service, as I could read in several reviews on the German version of Tripadvisor. The museum is open though. But it is difficult to find opening hours on their website. It only mentions that single and group tours are possible and it mentions a price of 4 Euro. But the price list is of 2007. Strange.....

Burg Reichenstein on Google Maps

© Ingrid D., December 2010.

Reminding me of Hildegard von Bingen

by Goldenboy

"Hildegard of Bingen"

I was in the chapel of Hildegard von Bingen. Its a tranquil open air worship place. Id love to stay here all noon to relax actually, but this is not the place for that. About Hildegard, let me quote it for you. Hildegard of Bingen (1098-1179) was a remarkable woman, a "first" in many fields. At a time when few women wrote, Hildegard, known as "Sybil of the Rhine", produced major works of theology and visionary writings. When few women were accorded respect, she was consulted by and advised bishops, popes, and kings. She used the curative powers of natural objects for healing, and wrote treatises about natural history and medicinal uses of plants, animals, trees and stones. She is the first composer whose biography is known. She founded a vibrant convent, where her musical plays were performed. Although not yet canonized, Hildegard has been beatified, and is frequently referred to as St. Hildegard. Revival of interest in this extraordinary woman of the middle ages was initiated by musicologists and historians of science and religion. Less fortunately, Hildegard's visions and music had been hijacked by the New Age movement, whose music bears some resemblance to Hildegard's ethereal airs. Her story is important to all students of medieval history and culture and an inspirational account of an irresisible spirit and vibrant intellect overcoming social, physical, cultural, gender barriers to achieve timeless transcendence.

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