The Möschbach creek rises in the Annatal valley and flows into the Rhine. On his way, he passes the district of Rommersdorf, Bad Honnef, and has given his name to the Möschbachstraße, a particularly beautiful street with historic timber-framed houses.
From the platform and the medieval castle ruin on top of Mount Drachenfels, you have a great view over the Rhine Valley and Nonnenwerth Island.. Related
Mount Ölberg (468 m) is the highest of the Seven Mountains. When you come by car over the A3 Autobahn (motorway, interstate) or over the Kennedy bridge in Bonn, you see it already from far. Climbing up to the top may get you huffing and puffing, but it is well […]
If you come to rekindle with nature and enjoy great views, you will love Mount Lohrberg. Agreed, his “neighbors”, Mount Löwenburg and Mount Ölberg, are better known, but the Lohrberg has his own charm. Starting from Margarethenhöhe, where there is a bus stop and a big parking lot, you can […]