We got to Drosselgasse around 9 am, last weekend of August. We took the train from Frankfurt. We walked from the train station to Rhine Allee, across the Rhine River and we arrived there in a 5-7 minute walk. When we got to this street, it was desserted and our first impression was, it was very lovely.
It is was narrow and yet full of character. Both sides were lined with wine taverns, restaurants, hotels and other shops. There were vines hanging on the sides of the shops and above the street, it was very charming to look at.
I read how tacky this places was, but when we got there we were able to appreciate the place.
We had a lot of opportunity to take lots of photos coz nobody was there. So, be sure to come early to appreciate this place and you can have this place in peace and quiet.
Of course, we also visited the place in the afternoon and we ate at Breuer's Schloss, the food was very good , they had live band playing and there is also a carillon that played whimsical music on top of the tower.
At night, this place was so lively, taverns have live bands playing music, and people dancing. It's also nice to visit it at night and join the festive mood.
It's up to you what time you'd like to visit this place; in the morning for good photo opportunity or night time to enjoy the excitement. Just come and have fun!!
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