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Bingen am Rhein
is a city rich in history and culture. There are many sights to visit to learn more about the past and present of the city. Here are some of the best attractions in Bingen am Rhein
The Binger Mäuseturm is a landmark of the city and a must-see for every visitor. The tower was built in the 10th century and served as a customs station and prison. Today, you can visit the tower and enjoy a breathtaking view of the Rhine from above.
The Basilica of St. Martin is a former collegiate church from the 15th century with a Romanesque crypt. The church is an impressive example of Gothic architecture and houses many works of art from different eras.
The Parish Church of St. Gordianus and Epimachus in Dietersheim is another church that should be visited. It dates back to the 12th century and has been rebuilt several times over the centuries. The church houses many works of art, including a beautiful organ.
The Klopp Castle was built between 1240 and 1277 and served as a residence for the Counts of Sponheim. Today, you can visit the castle and learn more about its history.
The Rochus Chapel is a small chapel from the 17th century located on a hill above the city. From there, you have a magnificent view of Bingen am Rhein
The Drusus Bridge with Romanesque bridge chapel is a historic bridge over the Rhine that was built in the 11th century. The bridge chapel is an impressive example of Romanesque architecture.
The Old Rhine Crane was built after the great fire of 1689 and served as a transshipment point for goods transported on the Rhine. Today, you can visit the Rhine Crane and learn more about its history.
The Haferkasten is a historic building from the late 17th century that now houses the Stefan George Museum. The museum is dedicated to the life and work of the poet Stefan George.
The Puricelli Palace is an Empire building from 1780 that was built by Franziska Puricelli. The building now houses the city archive of Bingen am Rhein
The Old Cemetery dates back to the 19th century and houses a Napoleon monument as well as graves of famous personalities from Bingen am Rhein
The Jewish Cemetery was established in the 16th century and is a protected cultural monument. It reminds us of the Jewish community that once lived in Bingen am Rhein
The Historical Museum on the River is dedicated to the famous Hildegard von Bingen, a Benedictine nun of the Middle Ages who was known as a healer, composer, and writer.
The Villa Sachsen is a state-owned winery and cultural center of Soka Gakkai International - Germany. Here you can taste wines or participate in cultural events.
In the Binger Wald, you can find a Roman villa rustica that provides insight into life during Roman times.
The European Reserve Rheinauen offers numerous opportunities for hiking, cycling, or bird watching.
The technical cultural monument Reiterstellwerk Bingerbrück reminds us of the time of the railway in Bingen am Rhein
In addition, there is a local route of industrial culture in Bingen am Rhein
with many industrial monuments along the Rhine to discover.
When it comes to accommodations, there is only one hotel
to mention: Hotel Rose
in Rüdesheim, located just five minutes' walk from the city center. The traditional hotel
offers its guests a breakfast buffet and free Wi-Fi in all areas and is only ten minutes' walk from the Rhine.
Overall, Bingen am Rhein
offers its visitors a wealth of sights and activities to experience an unforgettable stay!
*This text has been compiled and rewritten from various sources. Unfortunately, errors and mistakes cannot be completely ruled out. Please understand if there is an error or if a sight is a bit further away. For your travel planning, please also consider other sources. Of course, we will correct any errors immediately. Feel free to send us an email with your correction suggestions. We would be very grateful for that.