Ei Gude, eh? Rheinhessen simply makes you happy! Here you can walk mindfully through a stone labyrinth, enjoy delicious scones in a cosy tea room or test your skills at SwinGolf.
Get to know the "land of a thousand hills" in a whole new way. Even though the Celts, Romans and Charlemagne have already left their mark on this soil: As a political entity, Rheinhessen is a relatively young region. Only established in 1816, Germany's largest wine-growing region is thus particularly rich in contrasts.
Culture, pleasure and wanderlust - the RheinTerrassenWeg from Worms to Mainz offers a triumvirate of good reasons to experience the Rhine-Hessian landscape.
iscover Rheinhessen anew! No matter whether you prefer hiking in the land of 1,000 hills or visiting famous cultural monuments, whether you want to go on a cycling tour along the Rhine or take a look at the Alsheimer Hohlwege, whether you feel like a stroll through the Post Museum or checking out the last mills in Westhofen - in six chapters, Stefanie Jung makes 55 suggestions for every taste.
Where the hills are called "Hiwwel Hiking at a high quality level - this is now also available in Rheinhessen. In addition to the three trails Rheinterrassenweg, Kleiner Mainzer Höhenweg and Zellertalweg, ten premium-level circular trails open up the land of 1,000 hills. Their Rhine-Hessian name was also the inspiration for the "Hiwweltouren". The circular tours, between 8 and 16 kilometers in length, lead to many discoveries in Germany's largest wine-growing region. Who would have thought that in the middle of the Rhine-Hessian...
From cathedral to cathedral through the sea of vines Forests, meadows and wine: Rheinhessen attracts visitors with both attractive scenery and a wide variety of delights. Three new exciting hiking trails connect the highlights between Mainz and Worms. Cross-country hiking becomes a pleasure: Because most of the starting points and destinations are well connected by train or bus. The longest trail, the Rheinterrassenweg, leads in six stages (with good rail connections) from the Nibelungen city of Worms right through the wine country of...
Soon it will be called quite pleasurable: excursions with pleasure! In mixed doubles, trekking or eBike tours will take you along selected paths through the vineyards between the Rhine, Nahe & Palatinate.
Nature & culture, wine & hospitality, wellness & health: this is what connects Hunsrück, Nahe and Rheinhessen. 15 varied bike tours lead to the highlights of Hunsrück, along the Nahe and Glan rivers and into sunny Rheinhessen. All tours are designed as round trips - partly in connection with bus and train -, a lot of information about places of interest and tested refreshment stops ensure a perfect day out. There is something for everyone, whether alone, in pairs or with the whole family. For e-bikers, river valleys and...
In 1521, Martin Luther was summoned to Worms to recant his theses to the emperor. He resisted and was brought to safety in Wartburg Castle while fleeing.