realman228The styles of European towns are the same, but Rüdesheim is definitely worth a visit. Small and exquisite Rüdesheim is full of vineyards and many local German grandpas and grandmothers walk here and drink small wines. Remember to come A glass of Riesling is as intoxicating as the scenery! A short walk through the thrush alley is the place to buy a ticket for 18 euros. Take the cable car back and forth to save energy because there are still many places to go. You can also take a boat to see the castle and finally take the boat back to Ruedesheim Railway Station. Rudesheim in depth
fz570628In the afternoon, the cruise ship departed from Heidelberg and arrived at Ruedesheim. It was almost dusk. This afternoon's itinerary was to tour the Thrush Alley at night, and then take the city train back to the cruise ship. The small town of Rüdesheim on the Rhine River is known as the "Wine City" and a paradise on the Rhine. It is rich in grapes and produces 27 million bottles of wine annually. Who has tasted the coffee in this small town? It is really unique. The coffee has a very strong taste. It is more appropriate to call it "coffee wine" rather than coffee.
_FB***19A must-visit nice little square with photogenic architecture, souvenir shops and Christmas market in December. Great place for an Instagram photo if you could manage to wait till there are not so many tourists in the background.
CAOZXIt was the evening when it arrived, and the sunset shining on the church that was originally made of red bricks was very bright. I walked around the church and took some nice photos, but it was too late to be able to visit inside.