Just to add my voice to the very many who have said that Rudesheim in general and Drosselgasse in particular are truly magical for Christmas. If you're a Brit, you're not going to pop in, but if you'r...
If you have never been to a German Christmas market before in Germany it is an amazing experience, gleuwein in mugs you pay for & redeem the deposit if you choose to return it (€3 not bad for a pretty...
Saint-Gilles and Rdesheim are 35 km apart and travel time is 0.5-1 hour. ## is a small town known as the pearl of the Rhine, which is visited by millions of tourists every year.
Arrival in Rdesheim, please be sure to go to ## (English name: Drosselgasse) to browse the quaint streets, or to appreciate the well-preserved wooden houses are extremely comfortable. selected.
After walking, walk into and walk for more than an hour. There are large houses in the alley. The reason why I chose this town is to feel the life of local houses.
The walls of the village in the south of Germany are almost all murals. Adding a snowy mood must be very good. Everything in the small town is small and exquisite, small wine lanes, small museums, small train stations, and little Germania statues - only the vineyards are large and large. A variety of buildings in warm tones are very comfortable. The open caf can be seen everywhere, on a sunny afternoon.
In addition to these, if you want to leave a gift for yourself in the town, I recommend buying a representative postcard from the German locals and writing it down in the blue mailbox. Desire, don't be afraid to deliver it, it won't take long to receive it.
Personally think, please don't hesitate to drive these hours, it is very recommended! #
Ruedesheim is the origin of German wines. More than 2,000 years ago, the Romans brought winemaking techniques here. Although Ruedesheim is a very small town, it is famous in the wine industry. The name of the "German Wine City" was added, making the town full of tourists who came here.
Every household here is a wine-making family, with a variety of cafes, restaurants and sparkling bars along the street. The most famous street is called Thrush Bird Lane, which has a history of 1,500 years. Don't worry about finding the wrong one, the one with the narrowest street but the crowd is crowded. It is full of rich German flavours and the wines are surprisingly cheap. In the hometown of Riesling, it is also a good choice to buy two bottles and go home slowly.
In Ruedesheim, almost 100% of the families are wineries. The main pillar behind all the business activities here is the winery. Whether it's a bar, a caf, a restaurant, or a souvenir shop, it has its own winery.
In addition to the thrush bird lane, you can also find an unmanned alley to explore, and away from the hustle and bustle of Ruedesheim is also very beautiful.