Rhine canyon Koblenz - Bingen 2007
The Rhine canyon between Koblenz and Bingen is one of extraordinary beauty. Through milions of years the Rhine river carved a deep canyon into the Eiffel plain, creating a deep canyon. 2000 years of history is visible there in a beautiful vcultural landscape with castles, fortresses and churches in old scenec villages and cities. In 2002 the Unesco added this part of the Rhine to the World heritage list. Here are some pictures.
|Day||activiteit / activity||Stay|
|1||17-04-2007||Utrecht - Aachen - Koln - Koblenz||Hotel|
|2||18-04-2007||Koblenz - Boppard||Hotel|
|3||19-04-2007||Boppard, Rhine Cruise - Boppard||Hotel|
|4||20-04-2007||Boppard - Bingen - Frankfurt - Utrecht||Hotel|
The fortress of Ehrenbreitstein at Koblenz
st Michiels chrurch at Koblenz
The city of Koblenz is situated at the borders of the Rhine and Muzel
"Deutsches Eck" with the statue of the Emperar Wilhelm
Stolzenfels castle near Koblenz
Marksburg castle near Braubach
The Rhine at sunset
Katz (Cat) Castle
The Lorely Statue
The Most narrow part of the Rhine with the Lorely rock on the right.
The Pfaldz, Built on an island in the river.
The Rheinstein castle
The "Mause turm" (Mouce tower) was used as toll gate and lighthouse in the past. It is situated on an island just outside Bingen.