3 Reasons Your Schloss Johannisburg Visit Is Never A Dull Moment

Some cities and country sides in Germany are full of lush greens, making it more appealing to its guests and visitors. One of the most frequented destinations hidden in the German state of Hesse is the town of Geisenheim, known as the “wine town”, “school town”, “cathedral town”, and “linden tree town”. And Schloss Johannisburg is just perfect for every traveler.

1. castle

Located in the middle of its valley is the Schloss Johannisburg. We didn’t know where we are heading after a short afternoon break at the Niedelward Monument until we entered this beautiful palace. Accordingly, it was one of Germany’s preserved historical sites which was set open to the public.

2. restaurant

The restaurant located inside the Schloss Johannisburg remained to be the top 1 choice of venue for tourists and residents alike spending a quality dinner overlooking the huge winery. The big wine barrel displayed and the old town architectural design is impressive. The food plus the fruity taste of non-alcoholic wine served made our night.

3. winery

From late afternoon until midnight, we spent a chilling and relaxing dinner with new-found friends from all over the world. It was fun how we witnessed the beautiful surrounding grape vines, from the setting of the sun until it’s down. They got crazy about the wines so we believed they enjoyed more than we do. Every traveler out there should never miss it!

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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.

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