Landgasthof Zum Weissen Schwanen

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Brunnenstrasse 4, Braubach, Koblenz, Rhineland-Palatinate, 56338, Germany
Landgasthof Zum Weissen Schwanen
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boat between koblenz-mainz

by lclaudio

hello. i`d like to know if there is a boat leaving mainz to koblenz or vice-versa, with no stop, or even, leaving koblenz till bingen with no stop. i`ll be by car, so, i have in mind leave the car in koblenz and take the boat, but i`m worried about how to return, once i just want a one-way trip. so if i get the boat from koblenz to bingen, for exemple, do i have any bus or train or whathever to get back faster? and what about the fares? thaks a lot.

Re: boat between koblenz-mainz

by abalada

Most scenic is the part between Bingen and Koblenz. This is also the part with the most frequent boat service. In high season more or less an hourly service.
Downstream is on the Rhine much faster than upstream.
> with no stop
The boats stop quite frequently. The boat service is some kind of leftover when these boats were the main means of public transport (pre-railway times).
Here it comes to a good second reason to start (upstream) by train to Bingen. With a valid train ticket you'll get a 20% discount on the KD boat fares.

Thus train to Bingen from Koblenz and than back by boat is the best idea.

DB timetable
From: Koblenz
To: Bingen

KD boats

Middle Rhine Valley

Re: boat between koblenz-mainz

by lclaudio

thankyou very long do you think i`ll take since leaving koblenz by train untill i get back by boat?.

ps..sorry my english...not the best(I AM BRASILIAN)...THANK YOU AGAIN

Re: boat between koblenz-mainz

by abalada

Koblenz - Bingen by train is 45-53 min by regional trains (EUR 10,90).

Bingen - Koblenz by boat needs 3:40 (EUR 26,40 - 20%)

Thus you should plan 5-6 hours for this. More time won't harm as both the trains and the boats allow stopovers.

You can buy these tickets on spot. It's neither necessary nor possible to reserve.

Re: boat between koblenz-mainz

by lclaudio


Travel Tips for Koblenz

Rhein Valley Vineyards

by Mariajoy

On our Rhein cruise we passed mile after mile of row upon row of the most perfectly kept vineyards I have ever seen (well... it is Germany... and I haven't actually seen a vineyard before but they looked perfect to me!)

I am no wine connoisseur but I have always known that German wine is my favourite, and to see where it is grown was a real buzz. I just wonder how the grapegrowers manage to work on such steep slopes??

Beethoven's old mums house.

by sourbugger

When it comes to the greatest German of all time, it is a fair bet that Beethoven would be in with a good shout. His mum's house is now a tourist attraction in the town of Koblenz, and holds what is said to be the largest private collection of items to do with the man himself.

As it only opens between April and October I didn't get to see inside, but here is the adress for you :

Wambachstraße 204
D-56077 Koblenz
Tel. +49 0261/9730669

This place isn't really a...

by Mr_Edd_20

This place isn't really a restaraunt, it is a bar/club. After seeing the German Eck, me and Seth were hungry, and seeking shelter from the hail. We went in there, and the bar wasn't really open, but the bar owner let us in and served us some sandwhiches and beer, while we watched the Olympic Games. It's a good memory. schinken mit tomaten and fromage.

Stolzenfels Castle

by Redlats

We took this picture of the Stolzenfels Castle. You can see it up the hill behind the Koblenz train station. It was recommended that we go see it, as it was rebuilt in mid 1800's after being destroyed by the French in 1689. This castle complete with furnishings, etc. is quite different than the ruins we saw later in the day at Rheinfels.

However, when we drove to Stolzenfels, five km's south of Koblenz, we found out the castle was closed to tourists every Monday (and this is just after the tourist info in Koblenz told us to go there -- lousy help for tourists). To reach the castle, you have to climb the hill about 10 minutes up from the water's (the Rhine's) edge.

Interesting fountain

by Redlats

Koblenz has a number of fountains. This one was interesting due to the intricate carving.

Also the pigeons have figured out where to go to get a drink (look at the centre of the fountain -- not the one on ledge in front of the fountain; he's waiting in line).


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