Assmannshausen is a town in the Rheingau in Hesse, Germany, at the southern end of the Rhine Valley. The village is incorporated into the town of Rüdesheim.

Get in

By car

On the B42, 6 km north west of Rüdesheim

By train

Assmannshausen is served by the Rechte Rheinstrecke train line between Koblenz and Neuwied and Wiesbaden and Frankfurt. Trains are infrequent, with around one service per hour, but cheap towards Frankfurt/Wiesbaden/Mainz, as all towns lie in the RMV fare region.

By ferry

KD and BR boats cruising the Rhine also stop at Assmannshausen.

Ferry Rüdesheim – Bingen - You can also hop on a ferry across the river to Bingen and board there.

On foot

The Rheinsteig walking trail passes above and through Assmannshausen.

Get around

Assmannshausen is small enough to cover on foot.

Niederwalddenkmal: Allegory of Germania commemorates the Franco-Prussian War above Rüdesheim


On the island in the Rhine
On the other side of Assmannhausen






Assmannshausen: Alte Bauernschänke


Assmannshausen, is the only spot in the Rheingau that grows red wine, and its Assmannshäuser Spätburgunder, a Burgundy-type Pinot Noir, is very well regarded.


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