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Welcome to the Ahr Valley!

Let yourself be inspired by the beautiful and unique landscape of the Ahr valley at the gates of Bonn and enjoy a landscape that has to offer both meadows and forests, as well as steep slopes, vineyards and floodplain. In the midst of this picturesque backdrop you will experience a holiday in one of the smallest side valleys of the Rhine, which will be unforgettable.

Enjoy the award-winning Ahr wines with local cuisine. Forget about your everyday life with one of our numerous wellness offers. Be challenged athletically by the Ahrtal and hike over the AhrSteig. Immerse yourself in the history of the Romans and viticulture or have fun at our events ...

Maybe you just stroll through our cities and towns and breathe pure joie de vivre. Experience your holiday just the way you want, in a place that welcomes you.

Learn more at: https://www.ahrtal.de

The Mittelahr - magnificent views in the wild and romantic Ahr valley

Dreamily, the Ahr winds its way through narrow bends through bizarre rock landscapes, lush vineyards nestle against barren rocks - next to the highlands of the Eifel. Who may live here is to be envied, who makes a holiday here even more. In the middle of this paradise not only hikers find fantastic conditions. Discover the diversity of the Mittelahr region. Whether in a small apartment in the countryside, a family-run guesthouse or in one of the hotels and inns in the picturesque wine villages - the area of the Mittelahr offers something for every taste. During the high season inviting wine and wine festivals, or in the quieter season in winter and spring, the landscape of the Mittelahr is characteristic of our holiday region.

More: https://www.ahrtal.de/das-ahrtal/orte-im-ahrtal/verbandsgemeinde-altenahr/

The Nürburgring

You have never been to the most legendary racetrack in the world? The "Green Hell", as the Nürburgring is also called, is not far from our place. With its 22.8 km is the Nordschleife, built 1925-1927, the part of the Nürburgring around which most myths turn. If there is no race, you can explore the Nordschleife with your own car or even better in the "Ringtaxi". In the latter, a slight nausea is not excluded, but guaranteed fun in any case.

Around the Grand Prix circuit there are numerous ingenious facilities that make the day at the Ring entertaining.

If races take place, our place is quickly sold out. Therefore reserve early enough!

Bad Neuenahr-Ahrweiler

In the middle of the Ahr valley, between forests and vineyards, lies the town of Bad Neuenahr-Ahrweiler. The cultural diversity can be seen particularly well in architectural buildings. Thus, in Ahrweiler, the influence and rule of the Romans is reflected. Buildings such as the city gates or the historic city walls bear witness to the long-gone era. The district of Bad Neuenahr, on the other hand, is a living testimony to the glamorous imperial era, whose influence is still recognizable today in the most diverse buildings and streets and has lost nothing of its elegance. Varied entertainment, state-of-the-art quality standards, historic buildings amidst the picturesque landscape of the Ahr Valley - this is Bad Neuenahr-Ahrweiler.

The spa Bad Neuenahr

Since the 1852 in the vineyards the thermal spring, named after the patron saint of the wine Apollinaris, was discovered, Bad Neuenahr developed to today to one of the most well-known spas in Germany, whose name stands for more than 150 years for quality and health. The beautiful parks invite you to linger and relax. Testimonies of the imperial period like the thermal bath house or the spa house let you dream of the bygone imperial era.

Additional Information:  Heilbad Gesellschaft.

Ahrweiler - influenced by the Middle Ages

The huge city gates and the historic city center form the impressive and historic atmosphere of Ahrweiler. Surrounded by a 13th-century city wall, the spirit of the Roman era is located above the district. In the small and cozy streets with beautiful half-timbered houses, visitors are guided through the historic part of the red wine metropolis Ahrweiler up to the marketplace.
If this backdrop is not enough, you can get a better impression of the Romans in the Ahr valley during a visit to the Roemervilla. The Roman Villa is the archeological site of a country house dating back to the 1st century.

Mayschoss - oldest wine cooperative in Germany

Below the castle ruin Saffenburg lies Mayschoß, one of the most famous wine villages of the Ahr valley. A special attraction is the world's oldest wine cooperative. In the historic barrel cellar with wine museum not only the Ahrwein becomes an experience. The ruin of Saffenburg offers magnificent views of the valley and the surrounding villages.

Further information:  http://www.mayschoss.de/

Not far away ...

Köln
Köln
Koblenz
Koblenz
Bonn
Bonn
Arp Museum Rolandseck
Arp Museum Rolandseck