All roads lead to Bingen

Find the cheapest route and arrive relaxed

Start your vacation in Bingen as relaxed as possible. Here you will find the easiest and fastest ways to get to the city on the Rhine. Your hosts from Bingen wish you a good trip!

Arrival by car

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Bingen Tourist Information
Rhine quay 21
55411 Bingen on the Rhine

Bingen center

Address: Rheinkai 21 - 55411 Bingen on the Rhine

From the north (from Koblenz):

In Koblenz, drive south on the B9. After about two kilometers, keep to the right and use the slip road onto the B327 in the direction of A61/Hermeskeil. After 14 kilometers, use the right lane to get onto the A61 via the Ludwigshafen/Mainz slip road. Follow this road for about 52 kilometers until you reach the exit Bingen-Mitte/B9 and then change to the B9, which will finally take you to Bingen.

From the south (coming from Stuttgart):

After leaving the center of Stuttgart on the B27, take the exit onto the B10. Follow this until you reach the Stuttgart-Zuffenhausen intersection. Here you take the A81 in the direction of Heilbronn. At the Weinsberg intersection, change to the A6 in the direction of Mannheim/Heilbronn/Neckarsulm. After about 60 kilometers, at the Hockenheim interchange, take the A61 toward Koblenz/Saarbrücken/Ludwigshafen/Speyer. Follow this road for 92 kilometers until you reach the Nahetal interchange. Follow the signs to the A60 and drive in the direction of Frankfurt/Mainz/Ingelheim/Bingen-Ost. Take the exit Bingen-Ost and drive on the L419 to the center of Bingen.

From the east (from the direction of Frankfurt a.M.):

Drive on the B43 past Frankfurt Airport and at the Mönchhof Triangle onto the A67. Follow this until you reach the Rüsselsheimer Dreieck and change there to the A60. After about 40 kilometers, take the Bingen-Ost exit onto the L419 until you reach the center of Bingen.

From the west (from the direction of Trier):

Follow the A602 to the Moseltal interchange. There you change to the A1 in the direction of Köln/Koblenz. Drive to the Wittlich junction and follow the signs to the B50 in the direction of Mainz/Flughafen Hahn. After about 29 kilometers, take the third exit at the traffic circle in the direction of B327/B50. Follow the road for 45 kilometers until you reach the Rheinböllen junction and then take the A61. This leads you to the exit Bingen-Mitte. Here you change to the B9, which finally leads you to Bingen.


Arrival by train

If you travel to Bingen by train, there are three train stations for your exit. Bingen's main train station is located in the district of Bingerbrück next to the park at the Mäuseturm. After your arrival you can sit down in the park and have a look at the Mäuseturm and the Rhein-Nahe-Eck.

In Bingen city, as the name suggests, you get off in Bingen city center. Here you are right in the middle of things and can run all the errands for your vacation in Bingen.

The last stop by train in Bingen is the station Bingen-Gaulsheim. From here you will be in the beautiful Rhine meadows of Bingen in no time. Here you can stretch your legs after your train ride and take a look at the surroundings.

Crossing by boat from Rüdesheim

You stay overnight in Rüdesheim and want to visit Bingen? No problem, because you can simply change the river side by boat. The ferries of the "Bingen-Rüdesheimer" shipping company bring you quickly and dryly across the Rhine. If you are traveling by car, simply use the car ferry of the "Bingen-Rüdesheimer" and let yourself and your vehicle be brought across.

Customer testimonials

What our guests say

Bingen is simply beautiful. We are there at least once a year at the motorhome site in Gaulsheim. We usually visit the wine festival in Bingen. Very nice restaurants there. Very good food everywhere we've been. Tourist info very nice. All in all top.

Doris Heinrich

Many thanks for the organization of the city tour. Also many thanks to Mr. Jungerts, who expanded our knowledge of Bingen with wit and expertise. Also the selected restaurants were great. He did a very good job. All around a successful event. For this again to you both many thanks. Many greetings from Wuppertal

Reinhard Engmann

So Bingen is worthwhile in general whether the Rhine in flames the Rhine the near or the vineyards and the good wine even carnival can be celebrated well there am Palatinate but the Rhine Hesse / Kurpfalz Rhineland area is also super greetings from the Palatinate Forest ✌✌👍🌲🌳

Joshua collector

The Rochusberg is a beautiful corner for walks with views of Rheinhessen, the Nahe Valley and the Rheingau plus the Rhine. A place of strength on a line with the Donnersberg. Hence the Rochus Chapel, which is definitely worth a visit with its stone carvings as well as the grove around it. In autumn all the colors of the vine leaves from green to yellow and ocher to red...

Christopher Kubaseck

Nice staff at the tourist information. There is a lot of free information material about Bingen and the surrounding area. Also a free toilet is available, including disabled toilet and baby changing facilities. Here is also the ticket office for events in the city.


Competent staff, had a lot of fun on the recommended tour.

Thomas Schwarzenburg

You had a lot of patience with me! Thank you very much for this detailed customer service and support! All the best to you, you helped me a lot and were always patient and friendly. Best regards and until the next booking!

Jasmin Ackermann

Great tourist information, nice staff, in a beautiful city.


One has from the castle Klopp in Bingen on the Rhine, a beautiful view over Bingen, the Rhine shipping and the many vineyards. Interesting is also the castle fountain, and if you are still fit enough, you can climb the 150 stairs up the tower, here you are compensated with a great panoramic view. Also in history, you can expand his horizons up here still something.

Paul Stöckl

The Rochusberg is very beautiful for hiking all around. Everywhere are benches to rest and picnic and enjoy the beautiful view in every direction. Partially at various vantage points are available barbecue areas that you can use after prior registration.

Silvia W.

Rochusberg is a beautiful place, for walking and recharging your batteries. There is ample parking at the Rochuskirche pilgrimage church. A beautiful circular path with references to Hildegard von Bingen lead through the vineyards. The view from the Rochuskirche into the Rhine valley is beautiful.

Manuela Seiter

The museum at the river is great built and very informative, we were there especially because of Hildegard von Bingen. Not to be missed!


The park at the Mäuseturm and the beautifully designed Kulturufer are essentially thanks to the successful State Garden Show of 2008. When the weather is nice, countless visitors flock to this place on weekends. It is simply a beautiful destination for young and old with a wonderful view over the Rhine.

Bettina Link

The Kulturufer, a former state garden show area from 2008, is still beautifully maintained and diversified 10 years later, invites you to relax and linger, gardens above, including harbor promenade, playground and catering also available, free parking.

C. Sch.

The Kulturufer is a beautiful, well-maintained facility that is definitely worth a visit. In addition to the ship berths, there is a well-balanced gastronomy. There are free (!), clean toilets, which other cities can take an example! This park is a success!