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Mündung der Lahn in den Rhein

Bike Touring Highlight

Recommended by 276 out of 288 cyclists


  • Johanna

    After 245 kilometers, the Lahn flows into the Rhine. A great sight, especially in front of the magnificent backdrop of the wooded banks of the Rhine with Schloss Stolzenfels.

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  • Mike

    The Lahn estuary is very beautiful, Maximilians Brauwiesen is also nearby for a beer!

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  • Rafael

    Here, very romantic with the Stolzenfels in the background, the Lahn flows into the Rhine.

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    There is also a great view of the castle from this side.

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  • Jörg ✌️

    A beautiful well-kept meadow right at the mouth. Almost like made his bike off, sit down in the meadow and relax. My wife and I each plan a picnic here.

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  • Jawima

    I love to be on the water and the bike path from Bad Ems is easy and beautiful

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  • Nordhesse

    You can not just drive past this place on the Lahn estuary. A place where you have to stop and enjoy the moment. There is the tributary of the Lahn in the Rhine, two very different rivers, since the Rhine wide and powerful with large cargo ships and tourist pleasure boats. Then the Lahn gently and quietly flowing in front of him, more standing and use the many turns the canoes, small motor boats and rowers.
    Then the environment, this green meadow at the mouth, the many flowering rose bushes and in the height, over the rivers, the views of the defiant, gray castle Lahnstein and across the Rhine the fairy-tale castle Stolzenfels.
    You just have to let it work on you and should take this time for it.

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  • Elevation70 m