Adria Stuben Hotel/Restaurant Koblenz

Hauptstrasse 120, Urbar b Koblenz am Rhein, Rhineland-Palatinate, 56182, Germany
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train from koblenz to mainz

by lohara005

hi, I am planning on traveling from Koblenz to Mainz. We are flying into Frankfurt-Hahn. We were thinking of getting a bus to koblenz and stayinh 1 nite, then getting train from koblenz to mainz. can you get on and off the train - with just one ticket or would you need to buy separate tickets as we would like to see some of the towns/villages along the way.

Where would be the best places to visit. We only have 4 days. How long do you think this trip would take. we were also thinking of maybe just going straight to frankfurt. Any ideas/ help woul dbe great.

Lesley.

Re: train from koblenz to mainz

by globetrott

you buy 1 ticket and have to tell the conductor, at what stations you will get out. he will mark the ticket accordingly.
there are NO bridges on the Rhine between Koblenz and Mainz and so you have to choose carefully, on which side you take the train.
Take a look at this page that includes also the infos which side of the river the villages are :
http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/1ffe4/e/

Re: train from koblenz to mainz

by MacedonianUK

Also chek this:
www.keoblenz-touristik.de
Is he offitial site of the tourist organisation of the city.
Has lots of good advice.
Instead train you might like to take boat from Koblenz to Mainz,down the Rhine.
Chek here:
http://www.kdrhine.com/
This is just alternative, but might be interesting...
Happy Travels
MacedonianUK

Re: train from koblenz to mainz

by abalada

Best deal for this route is a Rhineland-Palatinate Ticket (Rheinland-Pfalz Ticket). EUR 28,00 for 2-5 persons. This ticket covers all regional trains in the state Rhineland-Palatinate. And also the buses in Koblenz and the trams and buses in Mainz. The ticket is valid
Mo-Fr: from 9am till 3am next day
Sa,Su: from midnight till 3am next day
http://www.mainz.de/WGAPublisher/online/html/default/hpkr-5nkgnz.en.html
This ticket covers the route on both side of the river. Also the part R├╝desheim - Wiesbaden which is in the state Hesse. The ticket is however not good to Frankfurt Airport or Frankfurt. While there are no bridges between Koblenz and Mainz/Wiesbaden, there are half a dozen or more ferries you can use (albeit not covered by this ticket).

DB timetable
http://reiseauskunft.bahn.de/bin/query.exe/en
From: Koblenz
To: Mainz
and select as means of transport "only local transport" if you like to use the Rhineland-Palatinate Ticket.

> We only have 4 days.
What's your final destination? Frankfurt Airport?

Instead of using a shuttle bus to Koblenz you could use the a shuttle bus to Trier, the oldest city in Germany. And from there along the Moselle and Middle Rhine Valley to Mainz. All inside Rhineland-Palatinate.
http://www.hahn-airport.de/default.aspx?menu=by_bus&cc=en
http://www.flyhahn.com/
http://www.trier.de
http://www.burg-eltz.de
http://www.mosellandtouristik.de/en/default.aspx
http://www.welterbe-mittelrheintal.de
http://www.mainz.de/WGAPublisher/online/html/default/hpkr-5nkgnz.en.html

Re: train from koblenz to mainz

by abalada

instead of the first link to Mainz I wanted to post this link
http://www.der-takt.de/tarif/rheinland-pfalz-ticket/
a page with a map showing the area/railroads covered by the Rhineland-Palatinate Ticket.

Travel Tips for Koblenz

Bread and Cakes

by Mariajoy

Waaaayyyyyy off the beaten path in a tiny *Gasse* on the Ehrenbreitstein side of Koblenz, in the Obertal area, we came across a gorgeous little local bakery selling all kinds of cakes and bread at much lower prices than in other more touristy places! Exploring at leisure!

Bowling in Koblenz

by Mariajoy

After a hot and humid day we had the stormiest of nights and we chose this night to venture out to the Rheinwied Bowling-Center in Koblenz. (Thankfully I had been fore-warned about the arrival of the storm by a local weather-watching VTer!)

Once inside the bowling alley, the crack of the ball on skittles quickly drowned out the Donner und Blitzen raging outside!

This is a very nice bowling alley (although my experience of these places is limited!) The staff are helpful and friendly, and organisers of large groups get their first drink free! Vielen Dank! ( but after the first one expect to pay 2.5 Euro for a coke!! )

When we were there, local bowling teams were also playing. It's interesting to watch the professionals! How DO they manage to get a strike every time???

They are open Mon-Fri 15.00-01am
Saturdays 14.00-03am
Sundays 12pm-midnight.

Billiards and darts are also available here. Nothing - just learn your European shoe size so you can hire them there.

Just to help you..... here's a link to a shoe-size conversion table website!

Shoe size conversion table

Burg Rheineck - 25km from Koblenz

by globetrott

In St. Goar - about 25 km south of Koblenz - you may take a steep street in order to get to Burg Rheineck, a castle that dates back to the year 1245 and nowadays it is partly a castle-ruin and museum, that you may visit, and a smaller part of the old castle was transfered into a modern 4star-hotel - see my hoteltips !
Take a look inside the castle or go at least to the great terrace in front of the museum - it is free of charge and open day and night for a great view of the river Rhine / Rhein.
You may drive up to the castle by your own car, BUT be aware of the fact that the road is quite steep and also a bit narrow at some places. The tourist-tram will take you there as well.

Havanna

by aminata about Havanna

Cuban restaurant and bar, cocktails. The food is not real Cuban, it is a mixture between Mexican, good pizzas and wonderful big salads.

Also the interieur is a Cuban/Mexican mix.

I love it! Wonderful cocktails, salad and meals. I like it.
You can see the menue in the internet on

Information needed

by solopes

You must read in advance to appreciate this place: Lorelei is a common high mount in Rhine's banks, that doesn't mean much to those who didn't know the stories and the legends that it suggested.

It's funny to be in a place that we had in mind from several readings, and that, suddenly becomes real, in its simplicity.

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Address: Hauptstrasse 120, Urbar b Koblenz am Rhein, Rhineland-Palatinate, 56182, Germany