Unparalleled buildings, historic sites and spectacular landscapes: There are many places of interest in the Nahe region. Our list gives you an idea of what you should definitely see in the Nahe region. Significant castles and palaces in the Nahe region - all of which are also great places to visit - can be found here.
The Church in the Rock in Idar-Oberstein is the town's landmark. The history of the church goes back centuries and, according to legend, is based on the murder of a brother.
The Bridge Houses of Bad Kreuznach make the Old Nahe Bridge in the Saline City a very special eye-catcher. Their history dates back to the 15th century.
At 202 metres, the Rotenfels is the highest steep face between the Alps and Scandinavia. No other elevation characterises the region like the Rotenfels.
The Monastery Church in Sponheim is located directly on the Hildegard von Bingen Pilgrimage Trail. The church towers high above the wine village and is always worth a visit.
The Bingen Mouse Tower is located in the middle of a small island in the Rhine near Bingen, where the Nahe flows into the Rhine. It owes its name to the legend on which the tower is based. The park at the Mouse Tower is a wonderful place for a family outing.
The Rock Hermitage in Bretzenheim is a monument from pre-Christian times carved by hand into the sandstone and the only rock monastery north of the Alps. It is located right along the Vitaltour Eremitenpfad (Hermit's Path). At present, it cannot be visited from the inside due to the danger of collapse.
The medieval town of Herrstein transports every visitor back in time about 300 to 500 years. One half-timbered house after the other, no two are alike. Around every corner, there is something new to discover. The clock tower, the castle, the church, the town wall with moat, the bell tower, the Schinderhannes tower, the battlements and much more are all part of your discovery voyage.
Romantic alleyways, magnificent manor courtyards, half-timbered houses, the late Gothic City Hall, the market hall, the well-preserved city wall with its mighty city gate and the city's landmark – the impressive Castle Church: Welcome to Meisenheim. Be enchanted by the historical flair and immerse yourself in the eventful history of the town.