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Brücke im Schlossgarten
Schlossgarten im Winter
Burgruine im Winter

How to get to Andernach

By bicycle

Take the Rhein-Radweg (Rhine cycle trail), it proceeds along Konrad-Adenauer-Allee (Geyser Adventure Center, Tourist Information) in Andernach which is parallel to the river Rhine.

By train

Take a train to Andernach train station. It takes 10 minutes to walk to Konrad-Adenauer-Allee. Follow Bahnhofstrasse, at the corner of Wallstrasse turn right in to Untere Wallstrasse. Untere Wallstrasse ends in Läufstrasse. Follow Läufstrasse. At the end of Läufstrasse you will find Neugasse. Walk down Neugasse and you will reach Konrad –Adenauer-Allee.

By car

Sat nav data
50°26 28.428°North
7°24 8.892°East

Driving from Cologne to Andernach

Take the A61 in the direction of Koblenz then take the exit for Kruft/Neuwied/Weißenthurm/Andernach and travel on the B 256 in the direction of Andernach. This road ends up in the K 47. Follow Koblenzer Strasse in the direction of Stadtmitte (town center).

Driving from Frankfurt to Andernach

Take the A 3 to the three-leg interchange Dernbach. Change to the A 48 in the direction of Koblenz. At the interchange Koblenz Nord take the B 9 in the direction of Koblenz Nord/Bonn/Andernach/Mülheim-Kärlich. Take the exit Mayen/Andernach-Ost/Weißenthurm-Nord and change to the K 47 in the direction Stadtmitte (town center).

Driving from Mainz/Ludwigshafen to Andernach

Take the A 61 in the direction of Koblenz. At the Koblenz interchange take the A 48 in the direction of Frankfurt/Koblenz. At the junction Koblenz-Nord change to the B 9 in the direction of Bonn/Andernach. Take the exit Mayen/Andernach-Ost/Weißenthurm-Nord and change to the K 47 in the direction of Andernach. Drive along Koblenzer Strasse in the direction of Stadtmitte (town center).

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