How I Spent A Meaningful Afternoon At Rudesheim, Germany

It was one cold summer afternoon in June of 2016 when I got a chance to see what is there in a small German town called Rudesheim. I never heard of it before and it was my first time to stepped in the place. As I continue to remember the picturesque views, I realized that it is rich in culture and history.

Above anything else, I was grateful that God brought me here. There is a lot to thank Him for and this is one of the priceless memories I could never let go of. I am certain to go back here but I will be tagging along my whole family so I can enjoy a more relaxing break.

So, friends, I am sharing with you these 3 scenic spots where once I spent a meaningful time with friends and colleagues. Great value was added on to this visit through the informative tour that was arranged for all of us. So I strongly suggest you listen to your guides when they speak, you will surely learn a lot. Bear in mind that whilst it is jaw dropping to see such a wonderland, it is more mind blowing to learn those little secrets behind that made up its history. Oh Germany, how I’d love to go back!


Drosselgasse is a 2 meter wide cobbled street where tiny wine houses were built around the area. Whilst passing through its tiny and narrow alley, I was brought to a time that I never knew existed. Those lovely architectural concepts, including those small houses which were designed to look like castles, were just too beautiful to stare at. Of course, I didn’t miss to strike a pose with these beautiful ladies and gents.


We stopped by for a little story telling from our tour guide. I wasn’t listening much, to be honest, as I was busy taking photos when she began talking about the tales of two lovers. Seilbahn Rudesheim is where an open air cable-car can bring you from Ruedesheim to the Niederwald Monument, passing through the German’s well-known romantic valley.


The 38-meter-high monument is a reminder of the French-German War of 1870 and the re-establishment of the German Empire. I never dreamed of reaching this far and visiting a famous history such as the Niedelward Monument which is the biggest in Europe.

According to our guide, there was a letter written by the king before his last breath and after he died it was written in a stone that people can read. And this remains true until this day. From atop the monument, one can also see the river Rhein. This is the middle part which is a connecting from Switzerland down to France, making it the longest river.


Author: francis and anna

Francis and Anna are couples who found love in Jesus. You can find them travelling through to life's beautiful mysteries, choosing to live in victory, writing about their close encounters, talking about God.

18 thoughts on “How I Spent A Meaningful Afternoon At Rudesheim, Germany”

  1. I spent a day and a night in Rudesheim and it was fantastic. I’d love to go back there one day. did you see the town and the river at night? that was wonderful too. nice post. loved the pics.

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