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Braubach

Braubach, guarded by the imposing Marksburg Castle, offers its visitors peace and tranquility, but also entertainment, culture and a whole variety of places to visit in the surrounding area.

Numerous hiking paths, most notably the Rheinsteig, and landscaped park areas on the river bank invite you to explore them on foot. Spruce hotels and cosy taverns in richly decorated half-timbered houses welcome you with genuine hospitality.  

Ticket Office Braubach

Rheinuferstraße
56338 Braubach
Breite/Lat: 50.272244 Länge/Lon: 7.644098

Tel. 0 26 27 / 3 56
Fax 0 26 27 / 3 56
E-Mail: kd-braubach(at)k-d.com

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Useful Information

Information concerning the landing-stage

  • The KD landing-stage in Braubach is accessible to passengers with restricted mobility.
  • Passengers are requested to be at the landing-stage 15 minutes before the scheduled sailing time. 
  • Passengers who have not purchased their ticket at the KD ticket office in Braubach are requested to report at the ticket office.
  • Payment options: cash, credit card (Eurocard, Mastercard)

Getting to the landing-stage by public transport

By VIAS regional train to Braubach Station, approx. 10 min. walk.

Getting to the landing-stage by car

The KD landing-stage in the Rhine Park. Parking is possible beside the town wall on the B42 main road, or in the car park on the river bank, approx. 200m from the KD landing-stage. 

Information for coaches

There is a coach park approximately 150m from the KD landing-stage.

Cruises from/to Braubach

Suggested tours

Nostalgia route

Our highlight on the romantic Middle Rhine – on the trail of the UNESCO World Heritage Site. Pure nostalgia is offered between Koblenz and Rüdesheim. Experience the most famous sights on the river which embodies German Romanticism in authentic surroundings on board the paddle steamer GOETHE.

  • KD departure time from Braubach: 10:05
Nostalgia route

Loreley tour

St. Goarshausen is where you will find the magical Loreley, which attracts thousands of people from all over the world each year. Many romantic castles, the imperial palace near Kaub and the fortress of Schönburg by Oberwesel proudly watch over the valley of the Loreley and, cloaked in legend, are witnesses of an eventful history.

  • KD departure times from Brabach: 10:05 and 15:05
Loreley tour

Trip to castles

Nowhere else are there as many medieval castles as on this inimitable section of the Rhine, which was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in June 2002. To mention just three of them: Ehrenbreitstein Fortress at the Deutsches Eck in Koblenz, Stolzenfels Castle and the uniquely well-preserved Marksburg Castle in Braubach, to mention just three.

  • KD departure times from Braubach: 10:05 and 15:05
Trip to castles

Combined ticket cable car & fortress

A tour on and over the Rhine. Purchase our combined ticket and experience the beauty of the Rhine in and around Koblenz on the water and from lofty heights. This includes a boat trip through the UNESCO World Heritage Site Upper Middle Rhine Valley plus a spectacular cable car ride up to Ehrenbreitstein Fortress.

Combined ticket cable car & fortress

Combined ticket Romanticum

The romance of the Rhine on the water and in a museum. A boat trip through the UNESCO World Heritage Site Upper Middle Rhine Valley including entry to the new interactive museum in Koblenz.

Combined ticket Romanticum

Offers on site

Marksburg Castle

An impressive landmark and a jewel in the crown of the “UNESCO World Heritage Site Upper Middle Rhine Valley”, Marksburg Castle, which was built from the 13th to the 15th century, is perched majestically high above the river. It is the only hill castle on the Rhine which has never been destroyed. As the seat of the German Castles Association, it represents how knights lived in a castle in the late Middle Ages like hardly any other fortification. The guided tours through the complex which take place each day impress visitors from the first moment when they climb up the rocky knights’ staircase. You then see two batteries of cannon and a lovely medieval herb and medicinal plant garden. Then come a wine cellar, an authentic kitchen and great hall, cabinet rooms and chapel, and also exhibitions of instruments of torture and knights’ armour. The interesting guided tours not only explain many aspects of medieval castle life; they also show how the Middle Ages live on in many of the expressions still used in German today.

Tourist Information Braubach

Rathausstraße 8
56338 Braubach
Tel. 02627 / 976001
Fax 02627 / 976005
E-Mail info(at)braubach.de

Do you have any questions? We will be happy to help you!

Service Centre

Tel. +49 (0)221/2088-318
Fax +49 (0)221/2088-345

info(at)k-d.com

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