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14 travelers at this place:

  • Day20


    July 16, 2016 in Germany

    A 'chocolate box' town, Bacharach runs along the Rhein and its narrow cobbled streets, numerous wells and colourful timber framed buildings really did take our breath away. The hillsides rise sharply at the back of the town, but neat rows of vines cling to every patch of suitable land, occasionally interrupted by a protruding 'schloss'. These are best described as somewhere between a manor house and a castle, a hillside feature that appears quite common in this region.Read more

  • Day134

    Zwischenstopp in Deutschland

    January 14, 2017 in Germany

    Irgendwie war es zum Zeitpunkt der Buchung egal wie ich fliege, es war immer teuer. Also habe ich mich entschieden, nochmal zuhause vorbei zuschauen. Das liegt nicht daran, dass ich so sehr auf kurze Tage oder nass kaltes Wetter stehe. In den letzten drei Monaten habe ich einiges gelernt zum richtigen Packen und habe auch einige mitbringsel angesammelt, die es abzuliefern galt. Daneben wollte meine Kamera ersetzt werden.
    Das Ganze schließt dann auch sauber den ersten Teil meiner Reise mit Ozeanien und Süd-Ost-Asien ab. Weiter geht es nach Südamerika.
    Nur Zuhause zu sitzen wäre sicherlich ziemlich langweilige geworden, also ging es auch noch mit Silvi nach Bacharach.
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  • Day75


    August 19, 2017 in Germany

    After leaving beautiful Goslar at 9.45am we arrived here at 3.15pm, a good drive but a fair bit longer than the GPS prediction of 3.5 hours. Bacharach is a small town of about 2,000 and is on the 'romantic' Rhine . Our first stop after checking in at our hotel (Hotel am Markt), was to try a local reisling at Posthof Bacharach, built in 1726 it has a delightful courtyard overlooked by some old church ruins. After a short rest, we wandered along the shores of the river to the local campground - envying the many motorhomes parked there - and walked more of the town, before returning to Posthof Bacharach for a light meal (where they. somewhat remarkably, charge 1.80 EUR for a glass off tap water!!! It's enough to make you want to drink m ore of the local Riesling!). We ate a Flammkuchen for the first time (an extra thin pizza-like dish); not bad, not amazing either...we then asked the owner about e charge for tap water, and got a lecture for 10 minutes on the the time and motion costs of oproviding water in a glass. Mmmm....Read more

  • Day76


    August 20, 2017 in Germany

    After breakfast, we tried to work out whether we could book a 'special' tour to an old customs station on the Rhine, but the manager at our hotel seemed to have no knowledge of it. Not to be discouraged, we went down to the various piers in front of the village, asking about the tour. Everyone professed ignorance but offered alternatives in their cruises...Ofcourse! Still it sounded like a good alternative, so we cruised fir about 49 minutes downstream to St Goar, and clambered up the hillside to see the soectacukar ruins of Burg Rheinfels. St Goat is very close to the turn in the river with the famous Lorelei rocks. We returned mid afternoon, again by cruise...but it took about twice as long, battling against the string current. Still full of energy, we clambered up the hill near our village, along a 'donkey' see Burg Stahleck, now a youth hostel...with fantastic view of the river below. We dinnered at Stivers restaurant, primarily because of the vegetarian and seafood options available. It was a nice place, overloooking the Rhine....and adjacent to the railway track! We had a good meal, but poor service...with Annette being given a meal she had not ordered. After the error being raised, we were ignored, only belatedly to have the error blamed on the chef! What a strange beautiful as it undoubtedly is...Read more

  • Day6

    Walked around the town of Bacharach this morning after breakfast, including a small vineyard. Thomas gave us a history of his family and the town. A lot of interesting info about their perspective on WWI and WW2. The Germans are very somber about their history, and they each take responsibility for making sure history doesn't repeat itself.Read more

  • Day3

    Pause in Bacharach

    May 7, 2016 in Germany

    Nach einem kleinen Imbiss in Bingen gings dann bald wieder auf den Rückweg. Bald erreichten wir das hübsche Bacharach, wo es Kaffee und Kuchen gab. Wirklich lecker in einem sehr netten Lokal.

    Hier wären wir gerne länger geblieben, aber auch dieser Tag ging langsam auf den Abend zu.. Ist schon sehr hübsch, dieses Bacharach!Read more

You might also know this place by the following names:

Bacharach, باخاراخ, باخ‌آراخ, בכרך, バッハラッハ, Бахарах, 巴哈拉

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