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Drosselgasse, Ruedesheim am Rhein

Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
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3.8/5 based on 550+ reviews on the web
Drosselgasse--a small historic alleyway that is primarily a draw for tourists coming to Ruedesheim am Rhein--is lined with souvenir shops and numerous wine taverns. The bartenders sing, and you can join the tradition of inventing your own drinking songs. In the 15th century, Rhine river boatmen populated the street, which is about 144 m (472 ft) long. In the 20th century, Nazi officers made excursions here. If you're craving conversation with other English speakers, you might want to stop here. Put Drosselgasse into our Ruedesheim am Rhein trip generator and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
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  • Evening stroll in the streets, "drosselgasse"... We were surprised because from 22 h it empties out despite the fact that we were a 25 August 2016. The average age is substantial and the shops offer products tailored to customer
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  • Many shops, bars and restaurants but always a neat walk. It is crowded so a meander is better than trying to use the street to get somewhere but definitely worth it if in town. 
  • A must-see if you can- so charming and lively Looks like a Disney set- but it is real! Try to stop here 
  • Very crowded and super touristy. Not much to see
  • Nice Street, with a great selection of restaurants. Expected a premium on food prices but did not appear to be the case.
  • Rustic and very touristy, but that's why thousands of visitors come to Rüdesheim. Price in the restaurants is ok.
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  • Good mood
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  • Very nice here
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