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Remagen

Remagen - the town of "art, culture and joie de vivre" is the gateway to the tourism region "Romantic Rhine"

With its more than 2,000 years of history the town of Remagen has much to offer visitors of all ages: the neo-Gothic Apollinaris Church, the Peace Museum "Remagen Bridge", the new Rhine promenade, the Roland Arch and the Arp Museum in Rolandseck Railway Station as well as the Wildlife Park and Ostrich Farm. 

Ticket Office Remagen

Rheinpromenade
53424 Remagen
Breite/Lat: 50.579855 Länge/Lon: 7.231287

Tel. 0 26 42 / 2 33 80
Fax 0 26 42 / 2 33 80
E-Mail: info(at)k-d.com

Map

Useful Information

Information concerning the landing-stage

  • The KD landing-stage in Remagen 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 Remagen are requested to report at the ticket office.
  • Payment options: cash.

Getting to the landing-stage by public transport

By regional train (MRB) or inter city to Remagen Station, approx 5 min. walk.

Getting to the landing-stage by car

Turn off the main road B9 at the railway station and P+R car park, approx 5 min. walk to the landing stage.

Information for coaches

There is a bus stop 200m from the landing-stage. There is parking for 2 coaches on the Rhine promenade (access from Diechweg only) or alternatively on the hard shoulder of the B9 near the railway station. 

Cruises from/to Remagen

Suggested tours

Siebengebirge tour

One of the most popular excursion destinations from Wesseling is the Siebengebirge mountain range. We take you right to the heart of this unique idyllic landscape featuring castles and ruins spread around the seven mountains.

 

Siebengebirge tour

Offers on site

Peace Museum Bridge at Remagen


Since 1980, the towers of the bridge, which was built from 1916-1918, have housed the Peace Museum “Bridge at Remagen” which presents the history of the earlier Ludendorff Bridge and of Remagen prisoner of war camp. It became world famous on 7 March 1945 when American troops unexpectedly succeeded in crossing the Rhine there. This meant that the end of the Second World War was at hand.

Arp Museum Bahnhof Rolandseck

The neo-classical Rolandseck Railway Station from the year 1856 was the terminus of a private railway from Cologne. Its superb ballroom was a meeting place for society in the middle of the last century and the setting for cultural history on the Rhine. Today Rolandseck Railway Station is connected to the new museum building, designed by Richard Meier and located on the hills overlooking the Rhine, by a tunnel beneath the railway tracks. The museum displays works by Hans Arp and Sophie Taeuber-Arp, international contemporary art and regular visiting exhibitions.

Roland’s Arch

Roland’s Arch is the last window arch in the ruins of a medieval castle. After it collapsed in 1839, the romantic poet Ferdinand Freiligrath regarded it as his duty to preserve its heritage and called for donations to reconstruct the arch. The view extends to the Siebengebirge with Drachenfels mountain and to Nonnenwerth island with St. Clemens monastery.

Tourist Information Remagen

Bachstraße 5
53424 Remagen
Tel. 02642 / 20187
Fax 02642 / 20127
E-Mail: tourist(at)remagen.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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