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Rheingau E-Bike-Tour East

Monasteries, castles and wine-growing villages

Quick Details

Meeting point: 65396 Walluf, Freiherr von Kolborn Str, car park at the sports field, signposted in Walluf

Included in the tour fee: E-bike rental, coaching, delivery, pick-up and themed tour. For an extra charge of €18 you can book a snack and wine.

Physical fitness: Climbs are moderately demanding in the first third of the tour. Cycling fitness for duration and length is a prerequisite.

The minimum number of participants is 4.

Additional dates, group appointments or corporate events are available on request.

Please note that there is a handling fee for processing your booking and printing your ticket immediately as print@home.

People with their own e-bike
Vespers & wine

About the E-Bike-Tour East

Monasteries, castles and winegrowing villages

This circular tour takes us through the eastern Rheingau, along the former Rheingau Gebück border up into the vineyards. We enjoy the ride through old winegrowing villages to the top of the hill to one of the most beautiful panoramic views over the Rhine plain, the Rheingau and towards Rheinhessen. Let yourself be surprised!

Hidden vineyard paths take us to one of the oldest and prettiest wine-growing villages, characterised by music, noble families and craftsmen, and we experience one of the most important preserved medieval buildings in Hesse, today a well-known venue for the Rheingau Music Festival.

We cycle through the vineyards, uphill and downhill, on individually selected paths with far-reaching views of the impressive landscape of this wine-growing region. We immerse ourselves in the lively, culturally rich and interesting history of the Rheingau, its characterful villages and special features. You will also learn everything you need to know about the origins and development of one of the world’s greatest wines.

On the way, we enjoy a snack and wine at a lovely picnic spot. With a bit of luck, we will cycle to the ancestral seat of one of the oldest noble families. On the way back, we visit the castle of a winegrowing village that shipped Rheingau wine when the Suez Canal opened, cycle past Princess Island and her former residence before returning to tranquil Walluf.

Prefer to be travelling in the west of the Rheingau?

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