Gasthaus, Weingut Stahl

Am Talblick 6, Oberwesel, 55430, de
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Car Rentals

by RWills81

Is there a place in Oberwesel to rent a car so I may drive through the wine country?

Re: Car Rentals

by svetlanamer

Oberwesel is too small for car rentals. Most visitors rent their car at Frankfort airport, where there is great selection at bargain prices. Car rental is also available in nearby Weisbaden, Mainz, and Frankfort.

Re: Car Rentals

by RWills81

Is it easy to find your way from the Frankfurt Airport to Oberwesel, I would really like to drive the country side, but I never have been to Germany nevermind Europe and I find it a little scary to get lost. planning to stay at the castle for 3 nights then take the train to Amsterdam.

Re: Car Rentals

by alfromcolorado

If you have never been to Germany, let alone Europe, I would suggest a GPS when you rent a car. Also study up on your European traffic regulations and signs. They are a little different.

The GPS will save you time and frustration.

I agree with renting a car in Frankfurt since it is probably easier to get a train to Amsterdam from there too, vs in a small town.

If you do decide to rent a car in Frankfurt check out They gaurantee the cheapest price in Europe, pay in advance and get a voucher and you can include GPS and insurance in the price.

If you decide to take the train to Oberwesel there is a rental place at:

Blücherstraße 82, 55422 Bacharach, Germany‎ - 06743 1653‎

Which is not too far from Oberwesel.

I did a search on Google, car rental oberwesel Germany to get that information.

Re: Car Rentals

by Beausoleil

If you have a good map, the roads are very well marked in Germany. Alternatively, you could rent a car with a GPS system.

Travel Tips for Oberwesel

Rheinland-Pfalz & SaarlandCard

by globetrott

Rheinland-Pfalz & SaarlandCard is a good way to save some money : between April 1st and November 1st you simply buy that ticket and dont have to pay the entrancefee to 144 attractions of the area, including castles, cruises, museums etc.
When you buy a 3- or 6-day-ticket you also get a free Marco-Polo-booklet „Rheinland-Pfalz & Saarland“, the ordinary price for it would be 7,95 Euro (unfortunately it is in german only!)
Free entrance to the Holiday-Park in Hassloch, Burg Eltz, a guided tour of the Nürburgring, the roman buildings of Trier, Stolzenfels castle and a lot more.
24 hour-ticket is 14 euros / 10 euros for children (6-14)
6 day-ticket is 55 euros / 27 for children
3 day-ticket is 39 euros / 25 for children

the devil lost a horseshoe in Oberwesel

by globetrott

When you are standing on the market-square of Oberwesel take a look at the horse-shoe there between the cobbled stones !
According to an old ledgend the devil had lost a horse-shoe in Oberwesel. One of the vinters of Oberwesel had to fullfill a bad treaty with the devil and in order to get rid of that treaty he tried to kill the devil by rolling one of his giant wine-vats over the devil, who could escape in the last minute, but lost his horse-shoe...


by globetrott

St.-Martins-Kirche is a bit outside of the town-centre and it dates back to the year 1350. This church was never really finished because of lack of money and its churchtower was also a part of the medieval townwall.
There are some interesting frescos dating back to the 15th and 16th century in that church, but unfortunately this church was under restoration while I was in Oberwesel last time !

16 medieval towers dating back to 1220AD

by globetrott

In Oberwesel you will still see almost the complete medieval townwalls, dating back to the year 1220 and there is a total of 16 of the formerly 21 towers, that are still there to be seen , some of them are privately owned nowadays, but on most of them you may even step up and enjoy the perfect panorama-view of the Rhine-valley. You may still also walk at many places of the city of Oberwesel on top of these medieval walls.


by klasher

We spent one night at the castle and explored Oberwesel on foot. This is a very small town and eating options are pretty limited. We were there off-season, so maybe there is more open during high season.


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