There are a couple of places in Bad Salzig that sell stamps. I bought mine here at the post office. They are 45c for cards sent within Europe and the UK and if you ask for *Briefmarken mit schoenes Bildern* or *Sondermarken* you get ones with nice picures on.This is getting a bit desperate for *Things to do*!! As you can tell, there ISN'T too much...more
This isn't really a things to do tip but if you are wandering and feeling peckish then it's definitely worth poppin in here!They do fabulous rolls for a couple of euro - and they will fill them with whatever you fancy there and then! They also do various cakes and pastries and little marzipan pigs! Yummy! It opens around 8ish and they sell out...more
There's not a great deal to do in Bad Salzig. The Eiscafe opens around 11ish and is a pleasant way to while away half an hour chatting with friends and colleagues!There's a good choice of icecream and it's delicious! The tea is ok too in that *hot water -and a-weak-German-tea-bag-kind-of-way*more
Theodor-Hoffmann-Platz 15, Bad Salzig, 56154, de
Good for: Families
Binger Strasse 16, Bad Salzig, Rhineland-Palatinate, 56154, Germany
Good for: Solo
Rheinbabenallee 9,, Bad Salzig, Rhineland-Palatinate, 56154, Germany
Lovely Bier garden in Bad Salzig. Friendly locals and nice publican. On a warm evening when you have had a long day exploring this beautiful part of Germany, what could be better than a glass of chilled Rhein wine, with good company? Oh some might say a BIG glass of Bitburger Bier might be better but I shall stick to the wine thanks!A glass of...more
14 Reviews and Opinions
There are hundreds of trains going through Bad Salzig daily and especially at night or so it seems.
So our boss and tour organiser gives us a couple of hours off. *Go and have a look at Boppard* she says *Take the train*. Not needing to be told twice we set off.
The station is quaint and very small and un-manned. It was raining and there were no other passengers waiting. We JUST missed a train.... but that's ok... there's hundreds...... usually. We eventually worked out the ticket machine and paid our 1.35 Euro for the one stop to Boppard (it only takes a minute or two to travel the short distance to the next town).
We waited and waited and even asked a passerby (locals use the underpass to get across the railway line). *Yes* she said... this is where you get the train to Boppard. We waited some more. Then after checking the timetable... found that the next train to Boppard was another 45 mins!!!! Our boss was expecting us back for lunch..... We never did get there by train :((
How do we get a ticket refund in in un-manned station???
I was amazed that these cigarette machines were everywhere in this tiny town. EVERY street had one and the main street had at least two. Depending on what machine you went to, a packet of ciggies cost 3.50-4 Euro. These machines on the street are a thing of the past in the UK because they would just be vandalised.I still can't believe such a tiny...more
Our hotelier charges 1euro for a glass of tap water. I have no idea if this normal practise in German restaurants/hotels but it surprised some in our group.Have something else instead - like tea. At least you know they have had to heat the water up first!more
Our lovely hotel was situated VERY close to the railway line which runs along the banks of the Rhein. The lines also run parallel on the opposite bank and the sound carries quite clearly. This was quite a problem at night because the trains seem to be even more frequent in the early hours. They are mostly freight trains and they are often 20-30...more
Luggage and bags:
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: Yes. Several pairs of shoes are an absolute necessity!
Toiletries and Medical Supplies: Yes.
Photo Equipment: Yes!!!!
Camping/Beach/Outdoor Gear: Yes. Though a tent is a little unnecessary when staying in a hotel.
Miscellaneous: OOOOOHHHHH YESSSS!