Burg Eltz Transportation

  • Shuttle to the Castle
    Shuttle to the Castle
    by MikeAtSea
  • Shuttle to the Castle
    Shuttle to the Castle
    by MikeAtSea
  • St. Antonius Chapel and the bus stop
    St. Antonius Chapel and the bus stop
    by hquittner

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    Train and walk

    by siver Updated Oct 18, 2007

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    if you do not have a car to drive to Burg Eltz, like me. You can take train to 'Moselkern' stop. it is a small and old train station, turn right outside of the train station, walk on the sidewalk to cross the town for about 20 min., then continue walk on a trial for about half hour. There are signs on the way to guide you to the burg. It is a long walk, but it is worth it.

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    Shuttle to the Castle

    by MikeAtSea Written Jul 6, 2009

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    The walk from the parking area all the way is quiet steep down and hence very steep when returning. But for those who are not that well on foot a shuttle drives one down and back up again. The cost for this service is around EUR 1.50.
    The mini bus leaves from the chapel at the top right to the gate outside the castle.

    Shuttle to the Castle Shuttle to the Castle
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    • Castles and Palaces
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    Taking the bus to the Burg

    by hquittner Written Jun 19, 2006

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    From the St. Antonius Chapel parking area you can either walk down to Burg Eltz 800m away or take the minibus. The bus comes about every 15 minutes on the raod near the end of the parking area and lets you out at the "moat area" ouside the castle. I have been told that the walk takes 15 minutes down and is not too strenuous and allows for views of the castle that you of course miss on a bus. The fee is 1.5 euro per person paid to the driver each way on the spot. The minivan holds 8 riders and you line up.( I wonder what happens if a tour bus with 40 people arrives?)

    St. Antonius Chapel and the bus stop The Burg out the bus window
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    • Seniors
    • Family Travel

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