Both my wife and myself had a great afternoon in Rudesheim, our first stop was
Hannelore Restaurant, in the famous Drosselgasse alleyway. The alleyway is the heart of Rudesheim's old town which is full of beautifully decorated restaurants the waitress who took our order had been working at Hannelore for over 36 years, as they had a one man band playing we decided we would have a waltz before lunch, dance music is play all day and sometimes all night during the summer, our Lunch was delicious .
The Drosselgasse alleyway was built around the 15 /16 century this was once used by boat owners to move items from the river to homes in the town, but is now Rüdesheim’s most famous attraction and is almost always crowded with tourists.
High up in the hills stands Germany’s famous landmark a Monuments called Germania, this
Symbolises the first reunification of Germany, a cable car is available between April and October; this travels high above the Vineyards, you disembark near the monument.
Sorry to say our afternoon in Rudesheim was not long enough. My suggestion for a day trip would be catch an early morning train to Bingen, use the ferry boat at Bingen to cross the river and use one the KD boat or the train back to your accommodation, but please checks timetables first. Rudesheim would be a great place to explore.
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