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Tour de Worms

From the Rhine to the wine. A pleasurable round with easy ascents, wonderful views, hospitable villages and a finale in Worms, steeped in history.

GESCHLOSSEN -Fleckenmauer - mittelalterliche Ortsbefestigung, Flörsheim-Dalsheim

stain wall-c-vg-Monsheim-Carsten-costard © Carsten Costard

  The stain wall is the only preserved medieval local fixation and doesn't has its name because it's dirty or because its structure has a special and diverse pattern…

Jüdischer Friedhof "Heiliger Sand" Worms

worms Jewish-cemetery-c-Uwe-feuerbach_uwe4870 © Uwe Feuerbach

  Its the oldest jewish cemetery with approximately 2.500 graves. The oldest gravestone is from 1058/059 and documents the first huge blooming of the jewish community…

National-Socialist Documentation Centre

Außenansicht ehemaliges KZ Osthofen

Permanent exhibition entitled 'Rhineland-Palatinate: the Nazi period in our region.' The exhibition focuses on two former concentration camps at Osthofen (near Worms) and…

Reformationsdenkmal „Lutherdenkmal“

Worms Lutherdenkmal-c-Uwe-feuerbach_uwe4809 © Uwe Feuerbach

The largest Reformation monument complex in the world was designed by the Dresden artist Ernst Rietschel, executed by his students Adolf von Donndorf, Gustav Kietz and…

Schloss Herrnsheim

Schloss Herrsheim Ansicht Eingangsseite

  Located in the eponymous district called Herrnsheimer Castle stands on the remains of a 1460 created castle. From 1711 a baroque castle was built there, which was…

St. Martin's Cathedral

Dom St. Peter Worms, Westseite

  The double choir, romanic pillar basilica with transept was set up in 1125/1130 and 1181 on the fundament of the already built cathedral. The ' argument of the…

Once in a square, connect the Rhine and Nibelungen city of Worms with the secluded Zellertal and the lower Rhine terrace. The tour starts at the Rhine promenade in Worms. From here it goes across the city on a relaxed valley out into the Zellertal until the Hiwwel route in the Wonnegau after Flörsheim-Dalsheim rises. The Mühlen-Radweg will lead you enjoyably to the vineyards of Westhofen and Osthofen in the Rhine valley and via the Rheinterrassen route back to the cathedral city.

Degree of difficulty

2 of 5

Recommended equipment

Helmet, backpack food, sunscreen and enough water.

Route guidance

Whether directly at the beginning of the cycle tour or at the end as the crowning glory, Worms has much to offer: the Nibelungenbrücke and -museum, the Hagenden monument, the Worms Cathedral and more. Through the lovely city center the Hiwwel-Route leads along the Pfrimm to the nearby Monsheim with its renaissance castle and the castle mill. Then it goes north through the Wonnegau, here it is hilly again. Worth seeing is the "stain wall" in Flörsheim-Dalsheim, a medieval fortification. Relaxing are the departures towards Westhofen. Here springs the Seebach, which sets the direction for the following mill cycle path. Passing the striking vineyard "Leckzapfen" in Osthofen, the route returns to Worms and, passing by the remarkable Herrsheimer Castle, leads back to the Nibelungen town.

The route leads on four different bike paths, pay attention to changes of markings at transitions.

Elevation

Approach

By car:
From Rhein-Main
A5 / A67 exit 9-Lorsch, B47 direction Bürstadt / Worms, follow B47 until Rheinstraße in Worms, turn right onto Rheinstraße

From Rhein-Neckar
L523, continue on B9 direction Worms, exit B9 / B47 direction Mainz, right in Vangionenstraße via Floßhafenstraße to follow Rheinstraße

By public transport:
Central Station Worms

Parking

Parking corner Floßhafenstraße / Rheinstraße (Google Parking Worms)
Address: Rheinstrasse 64, D-67547 Worms

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Contact details:

Rheinhessen-Touristik GmbH
Kreuzhof 1 55268 Nieder-Olm
Tel .: (06136) 92398-0
Fax: (06136) 92398-79
E-Mail: info@rheinhessen.info
Internet: www.rheinhessen.de/impressum

Suggestions, abnormalities or defects?
Contact us by mail: radwege@lbm.rlp.de
www.radwanderland.de (responsible for infrastructure and road description)

Contact details:

Rheinhessen-Touristik GmbH
Kreuzhof 1 55268 Nieder-Olm
Tel .: (06136) 92398-0
Fax: (06136) 92398-79
E-Mail: info@rheinhessen.info
Internet: www.rheinhessen.de/impressum

Suggestions, abnormalities or defects?
Contact us by mail: radwege@lbm.rlp.de
www.radwanderland.de (responsible for infrastructure and road description)

Hiwwelige bike ride in Wonnegau

Bike report for the Tour de Worms

The travel journalist Heidrun Braun is traveling in Rheinhessen. Your tips for the Tour de Worms can be found in our blog.

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