When visiting either Ruedesheim or Ruedesheim-Assmannshausen you should include a passage on the chairlift between Assmannshausen and the Niederwald. You can purchase a roundtrip or a one way passage - starting in the town or on the hill.
Not only the mighty Rhine dominates the landscape, but also the impressive Rheinstein Castle on the opposite side, the woodlands of the Taunus range, and the slopes of colorful vineyards. First mentioned in 1108, Assmannshausen has since then been primarily connected with wine growing. And over the last two centuries has developed as a holiday resort offering a whole variety of activities.
On the most romantic part of the Rhine river where the Rhine valley scenery is most impressive, lies the historical wine growing village of Assmannshausen, with its narrow streets and picturesque houses with pointed gables.
The house you see on the pictures was really special cause the windows, doors and persons you see on the side of this gable are painted!
Take a Walk thru the quiet hills & Vineyards and see the the Rhine and views over looking the town. Many paths to walk and most with great views of the Rhine and Assmannshausen.
Visit the WWI & WWII memorial to those gave there all for the fatherland. No mater who's side we fought on it was done blindly for our country. The names of the dead remind us of the insanity of war.
I loved this painted house which was so realistic you have to take a double look to make sure that what you are looking at is really a painting and not real people, windows and doors.
I loved visiting Assmannshausen, which to my view s on one of the most romantic parts of the Rhine river.
Does this lead to more? ........ I loved the red painted door with the flower boxes to compliment it.
You have to get some excercise in, but it is fun. Whilst strolling around this little town, you will see the most fantastic buildings.
Nature lovers feel just as much at home here as do gourmets in the quality restaurants and cosy wine taverns with romantic terraces.