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All reviews youth hostel great view beautiful castle rhine river steep hike worth the climb one night cold beer small room kids running real castle private bathroom nice hike easy walk in town steps hill
We saw Burg Stahleck during our river cruising trip by late Oct. It was located near to the pier at Bacharach and looked pretty from the riverside. Later learnt that it was opened with cafe there for light refreshments but you need to climb up...More
This is a nice walk up, but a walk nonetheless. Not stroller friendly, don't even try it. It's 100 stairs just up to the ruins then stairs, stones, etc after that. The building was open and we were able to use the facilities and get...More
If you're staying or stopping in Bacharach, you must take the hike to the castle. The view of the city, with the river in the background, is something out of a storybook.
Tip: For a beautiful walk, continue on up the road, past the castle...More
Stay the night in a real castle! So awesome! They have snacks and drinks and wine. Super clean and we had our own private bathroom. The public bathroom and showers was very clean. Lots of kids running around, but it didn't bother us. Fun game...More
Beautiful panoramic view from the hostel. It’s a easy walk up to the castle, took us about 10mins walk from the centre.
We’ve stayed there for 2 nights. The hostel was clean but there were not enough bathroom. We had to walk up either 2...More
There isn’t a lot to see at the top. But the view and castle itself are worth the hike. Interesting to seethey cut the stone fron the mountain to be the paths and walkways. Never seen that before. I guess you can stay at this...More
The charm of this castle is to stop at the remains of the cathedral pillars that are the only thing remaining of what must have been a majestic place to worship.
The pillars are just interesting to view from all angles.
The castle is a...More