It is considered the most beautiful suspension rope bridge in Germany - and rightly so. The Geierlay Bridge offers breathtaking views over the tree tops and is a real challenge for people with a fear of heights. A visit is definitely worthwhile and will make your visit an unforgettable experience.
The most famous of all Rhine legends has its origin at the only 130-metre wide narrow part of the Rhine near St. Goarshausen. Steep cliffs leave no room for the current here and many ship accidents nourished the fairy tale of the fair blonde who, high up on the rock, confused the boatmen's senses. Many myths entwine themselves around this place. In the 19th century Clemens Brentano transferred the name of the rock, which pushes far into the river bed, to the enchanting blonde woman. Pure Rhine romanticism.
A very special highlight along the Romantic Rhine from May to September is the annual, Rhine in Flames‘ fireworks spectacle held in five different locations with aerial fireworks, riverside promenades illuminated with flares and festively illuminated ship fleets.