The Pfalz and Rhine Terrace Sights

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  • Fountain

This square, lined by a number of beautiful baroque aristocratic houses, is the site of a memorial to the 18th-century German writer...

Schloss Deidesheim

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Vines, flowers, and fig trees cloak the houses behind St. Ulrich on Heumarktstrasse and its extension, Deichelgasse (nicknamed Feigengasse...

Schloss Kropsburg

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Now romantic ruins, this castle was originally constructed in the early 13th century and used by the bishops of Speyer; during the 15th...

Schloss Villa Ludwigshöhe

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Bavaria's King Ludwig I's Italian-style villa sits on the slopes overlooking Edenkoben and Rhodt unter Rietburg. The house is now used...

St. Stephanskirche

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It's just a short walk up Gaustrasse from Schillerplatz to the church, which affords a hilltop view of the city. Nearly 200,000 people...


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This first synagogue in Worms was built in 1034, rebuilt in 1175, and expanded in 1213 with a synagogue for women. Destroyed in 1938,...

Technik Museum

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Built on the site of a former aircraft works just outside the city center (about a 10-minute walk from the Kaiserdom), the Technik Museum...


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The Winzergenossenschaft can be the starting point of an easy hike or drive to the vineyard heights and the vantage point at the Wartturm...


  • Market/Bazaar

If you're in Bad Dürkheim on a Wednesday or Saturday morning, head to the farmers' market for flowers, bread, wine, meats, cheeses,...

Wormser Dom St. Peter

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In contrast to Speyer's Romanesque cathedral, the Worms Cathedral of St. Peter is much more Gothic. In part this is simply a matter of...


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