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Private Tour: Customizable Rhine Valley Day Trip from Frankfurt
"After pickup from your Frankfurt hotel by luxury vehicle your private guide will whisk you away to the Rhine Valley in the beautiful German countryside. This private day trip focuses on the Upper Middle Rhine Valley from Rudesheim to Sankt Goarshausen — designated as a UNESCO World Heritage site for its dreamy scenery and remarkable history. Admire views of romantic villages pretty vineyards and medieval castles that frame the river and enjoy commentary from your guide about the sights you see. Since this is a private tour the exact itinerary is up to you so you can pick from a variety of sights and activities. Perhaps head to the Niederwald Monument or Lorelei Rock (Loreley Rock)
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Wiesbaden and Mainz Day Trip from Frankfurt
"Hop aboard your luxury coach in central Frankfurt and travel southwest to Wiesbaden your first destination of the day. The capital of the German state of Hessen Wiesbaden is known for being a historical spa town with a collection of hot springs scattered around its center.Take a stroll around the sophisticated little town with your guide admiring the elegant Belle Epoque villas and historical Gründerzeit houses that line Wiesbaden’s leafy promenades. Stop outside Kurhaus – the Art Deco spa building that houses Wiesbaden Casino – and hear tales about the famous folk who have paid visits t an 800-foot (244-meter) hill lined with lush forests and parkland. Ride up the hill on the Neroberg Mountain Train – Germany’s oldest water-powered railway – while soaking up spectacular views of Wiesbaden. Stop for lunch (own expense) and then pay a visit to the Russian Orthodox St Elizabeth Church with your guide. Hear of the Duke Adolf of Nassau who commissioned the church to be built as a memorial to his wife
From EUR148.00
 
Wiesbaden and Mainz Day Trip from Frankfurt
"Hop aboard your luxury coach in central Frankfurt and travel southwest to Wiesbaden your first destination of the day. The capital of the German state of Hessen Wiesbaden is known for being a historical spa town with a collection of hot springs scattered around its center.Take a stroll around the sophisticated little town with your guide admiring the elegant Belle Epoque villas and historical Gründerzeit houses that line Wiesbaden’s leafy promenades. Stop outside Kurhaus – the Art Deco spa building that houses Wiesbaden Casino – and hear tales about the famous folk who have paid visits t an 800-foot (244-meter) hill lined with lush forests and parkland. Ride up the hill on the Neroberg Mountain Train – Germany’s oldest water-powered railway – while soaking up spectacular views of Wiesbaden. Stop for lunch (own expense) and then pay a visit to the Russian Orthodox St Elizabeth Church with your guide. Hear of the Duke Adolf of Nassau who commissioned the church to be built as a memorial to his wife
From EUR148.00

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By train to Bingen from Koblenz

We came to Bingen by train from Koblenz, catching the slow but scenic Mittelrheinbahn from Koblenz’s Hauptbahnhof. If doing the same it’s important to note that there are two stations in Koblenz and...
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By train from lots of places........

Germany has a pretty good railway network and pretty good services at reasonable prices.Bingen am Rhein has two railway stations. The main station is Bingen (Rhein) Hauptbahnhof but if you want to...
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Rhein River Boat

The trip up the river Rhein by boat is an unmissible experience, and one that draws in tourists from miles around. It seems particularly popular with German, British and Japanese tourists, and the...
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Train: efficient, quick and cheap

Thank you again to our VT member @abalada for having told me about the Rheinland-Pfalz Ticket, one of the German Ländertickets (regional tickets), which is a fantastic option to explore the whole...
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Rhein ferry across to Rüdesheim, Eltville

I am sure that this ferry is the busiest on Rhein River, at least when it comes to passengers and cars. It connects both river sides between Bingen and Rüdesheim. The ferry runs every 20 minutes on...
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KD Line - very efficient and pleasant staff

Bingen is a perfect base to explore the Rhein Valley and ist castles. Two lines operate out of Bingen, but KD Line is the best option for those who want to travel further north than St. Goar (and...
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Alternative boat to KD

I turned up at Bingen hoping to catch the 9:30am KD line ferry from Bingen to St Goar - unfortunately it was all booked out and the next one wasn't until 10:30am! I walked along the pier and found...
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Daycruises on the river Rhine / Rhein

When you are on vacation in Bingen, a daycruise on the river Rhine is a MUST ! Plenty of ships of all sizes offer such tours, mostly they will first go to Ruedesheim and then downstream to the...
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Rheinfaehre Oestrich-Winkel

About 4 km south of Bingen - at Ingelheim - you may cross the river Rhine / Rhein in order to get to Oestich-Winkel by quite a large car-ferry, that might make sense, when you want to escape the...
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The ferry from Bingen to Ruedesheim

There is a ferry for cars and pedestrians from Bingen to Ruedesheim, as the next bridge over the Rhine is in Mainz ( 50km upstream) or in Koblenz ( more than 100 km downstream)This ferry runs almost...
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Man, was I always this out of shape?

Okay, so Bingen is a pretty small town. It doesn't have the public bus availablity that other larger German towns do. You can walk anywhere, though, but bring comfortable shoes because Bingen is kind...
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Train

Bingen is the main hub for trains from Mainz, and for those passing through on their way to Koblenz and beyond. There are slow regional trains that take about 30 minutes, and faster IC/ICE trains that...
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Bus timetable online available

There is a good website on the bus connections to and from Bingen.http://www.rnn-info.de For train connections choose www.bahn.deTip:There are 2 cities named Bingen in Germany, choose the Bingen am...
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Rhein cruise - tremendous castles and views

From Bingen you can have the best cruise on the famous historical heritage on the river Rhein.The "Bingen-Rüdesheimer-Fahrgastschiffahrt" is very comfortable. You will go by modern boats up to...
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Top Hotels in Bingen am Rhein

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Niederwaldstrasse 23, Assmannshausen, Rüdesheim am Rhein, Hesse, 65385, Germany
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Am Rupertsberg 10, Bingen am Rhein, Rhineland-Palatinate, 55411, Germany
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Am Rhein Nahe Eck, Bingen am Rhein, Rhineland-Palatinate, 55411, Germany
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Rheinkai 1-2, Bingen am Rhein, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany
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Kapuzinerstr. 12, Bingen am Rhein, Rhineland-Palatinate, 55411, Germany
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Mainzer Str. 228, Bingen am Rhein, Rhineland-Palatinate, 55411, Germany
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Top Things to Do in Bingen am Rhein

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Rhine River Cruise - Sights

Now we have to look in the centre of the River, as this is where Pfalzgrafenstein Castle is! I have seen it so many times on TV and Travel show's, and now I am seeing it for myself, and yes, it...
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Ehrenfels Castle - Burg Ehrenfels

On the far side of the Rhine from Bingen are the ruins of Burg Ehrenfels. This UNESCO protected castle has been occupied by different warring sides for centuries, as the great powers struggled for...
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Bingen Town Centre

What is now called Rathausstrasse was, until the 1800s, called Judenstrasse, the home of most of Bingen's Jewish community. There was a Jewish community in the town from at least the 1100s, a...
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Hildegard von Bingen Museum - Museum am Strom

Near the Museum am Strom, devoted to the life and works of Hildegard of Bingen, is a small garden known as the Hildegarten. This is designed to complement the exhibits in the museum by presenting...
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Rheinstein Castle - Burg Rheinstein

The legends which interweave with the most beautiful Rheinstein Castle are a bit confusing – similar to the famous saying “ask 5 people and you get 7 opinions”. But on the other hand, legends have...
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Klopp Castle - Burg Klopp

I love a Boat trip if it look's like a good one, and this one does! We quickly pull out from Port in Bingen, and straight away, we are viewing Bingen in a different way. No traffic to dodge, or...
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balhannah

"BINGEN AM RHEIN"
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Trekki

"Bingen: hub to the Rhein Valley and more :)"
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globetrott

"Bingen - the gate to the Rhine-valley"
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antistar

"I Feel Like a Tin of Peas"
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toonsarah

"Beside the Rhine"
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