Koblenz Transportation

  • Looking back from our car
    Looking back from our car
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  • Cable car
    Cable car
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  • View towards the Hauptbahnhof from Stadtmitte
    View towards the Hauptbahnhof from...
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  • 1. Trains

    German trains are clean, safe and efficient and a lot of them are very fast indeed. German railway stations are easy to negotiate, with everything well-signed, electronic signs on platforms and...

  • 2. Boat Trips

    I'm surprised there isn't a separate Koblenz group for boat trips, but until there is I'll put the info here: If you like boats then you'll be spoiled for choice in Koblenz. * Explore daytrip...

  • 3. Bus

    Koblenz has an excellent bus system with quite reasonable prices compared to other towns. The network is rather large, buses go as far as Sayn Castle (and the butterfly house), Stolzenfels Castle, Lay...

  • 4. Ferry across Rhine River

    The majority of sights to see in Koblenz are located in or around the old town or east of it: from Moselle River bank in the north to Rhine River bank in the east, Friedrich-Ebert-Ring in the south...

  • 5. Frankfurt-Hahn to Koblenz

    Despite the fact that there is a perfectly good airport located between Koblenz and Cologne, which has a direct rail link to the city most visitors will come to Koblenz via the airport at Frankfurt...

  • 6. Getting There...

    Koblenz is easily accessible by all kinds of transport. You can get there by car on Autobahns A3, A61, A48. The airports Frankfurt, Cologne and Hahn airports are all less then 100km away from...

  • 7. Cable way

    For something slightly different, why not ride the cable car to Ehrenbreitstein fortress on the opposite side of the Rhine? OK you can get here by bus if you prefer (and it’s cheaper), but this is so...

  • 8. Walking in the old town

    The Altstadt is largely closed to vehicles, apart from necessary deliveries (from what I observed), making it a pleasure to explore on foot. Furthermore there...

  • 9. Pontoon bridge

    From 1819 to 1945 there was a pontoon bridge across the Rhine River, where the ferry boat now runs. It consisted of 36 floating pontoons, two or three of which...

  • 10. Mini tourist train

    Using the mini train cost us 4 euro per person. The little train departs from the docking area of the boats and goes around the old town with commentry in...

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