Boppard is in the Middle Rhine Valley.
A know settlement from Celtic times and was an important strategic site for the Romans. Is now a major tourist town in the Rhine valley.
By carLess than 10 km from the A60 along a twisting steep road or along the B9 following the left bank of the Rhine.
By trainBoppard station is on the West Rhine Railway (Linke Rheinstrecke) line between Mainz and Cologne.
By boatThe Köln-Düsseldorfer Rheinschiffahrt, known as KD, runs scheduled services up and down the river between Cologne and Mainz.
Cruise companies such as Viking stop in the town.
The old town and market place
The town wallIncludes defences dating back to Roman times
Basilika St. SeverusCatholic Parish Church with parts dating back to the 12th and 13th century
phone: +49 6742 10369City museum
phone: +49 6742 2510address: Mühltal 12Easier way up the hill to the Vierseenblick, a view of the river that due to the hill the meandering Rhine appear to look like 4 small lakes.
- Walk part of the Rheinburgenweg.
Some bottle of the local wines.
There is a large choice of restaurants in the old town and along the promenade.
phone: +49 6742 4848address: Karmeliterstraße 1Good food and service with tables on the promenade as well inside.
phone: +49 6742 82353address: Burgplatz 3
phone: +49 6742 896754address: Mühltal 6Classic German as well as vegetarian dishes
Imbiss am Mühlbachphone: +49 6742 5585address: Koblenzer Str. 235Classic German Imbiss, with good schnitzel, frikadela and fries. Seeing and parking outside, friendly service.
There are apply opportunities to sample a glass of local wine.
There is a large choice of hotels and holiday rentals in the area.
phone: +49 6742 3173address: Seminarstraße 9
phone: +49 6742 1020address: Rheinallee 41