Lahneck Castle

Lahnstein · Romantischer Rhein

The castle complex, built around 1244, lies above the mouth of the Lahn into the Rhine and conveys a classic Rhine Romanticism castle view through the combination of medieval architecture with neo-Gothic expansion in the 19th century. The interior with its chapel, knights' hall, valuable paintings and furniture is well worth seeing. The castle is privately owned.

Various legends surround the castle: for example, the last twelve Knights Templar are said to have fallen here after being outlawed in the 12th century after a heroic battle. The Scottish Miss Idilia Dubb, on the other hand, is said to have tragically died of starvation on the tower in 1851.

The castle is closed on Mondays, except Easter Monday and Whit Monday.

Prices: Adults €10, children up to 14 years €5.

The guided tours take place under 3G, a tour of the tower is currently not possible due to the narrowness and lack of space. Masks are compulsory 

Facilities of the accommodation industry are open:
- Hotels, hotels garnis, boarding houses, inns, guest houses and similar establishments (with obligation to test § 1 (9) CoBeLVO!)
- Vacation homes, vacation apartments, private lodgings and similar establishments (no obligation to test!)
- Youth hostels, family vacation homes, youth training centers, recreation, vacation and training homes, vacation centers and similar facilities (with testing obligation § 1 (9) CoBeLVO!)
- Campsites, mobile home parks, mobile home parks and similar facilities (no testing obligation!) For stays of several days, a new test must be carried out every 48 hours, calculated from the time of the last test. For fully vaccinated and recovered persons with the appropriate proof, the testing obligation does not apply.
Detailed information on the exemptions for vaccinated and recovered persons can be found here: https://www.bundesregierung.de/breg-de/themen/coronavirus/erleichterungen-geimpfte-1910886


The opening regulations affect counties and independent cities whose 7-day incidence values are stably below 100 and the regulations of the federal emergency brake do not apply ("If the seven-day incidence falls below the threshold value of 100 in a county or independent city on five consecutive working days, the emergency brake measures shall cease to apply on the day after next").
The provisions of the 22nd CoBeLVO are authoritative. You can find the latest version of these here:
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Lahneck Castle


Burg Lahneck
Burg Lahneck
56112 Lahnstein

Web: http://www.burg-lahneck.de
E-Mail: info@camping-burg-lahneck.de
Tel.: (0049) 2621 2765

Opening hours:

Tuesday 11:00 - 15:00
Wednesday 11:00 - 15:00
Thursday 11:00 - 15:00
Friday 11:00 - 15:00
Saturday 11:00 - 15:00
Sunday 11:00 - 15:00