There are lots of sights all around Andernach The well preserved city walls, the Jews' baths from the 13th century, the impressive cathedral, the 56 m round tower and much more.
Other excursions in our area:
- Andernach geyser: The Andernach geyser is the highest cold-water geyser in the world.
- Volcano park: The volcano park in the Mayen-Koblenz District presents its visitors with the still volcanism of the Eifel as well as the life of man with and off the volcanoes.
- Vulkan-Express: narrow gauge railway with steam
- Nürburgring: race track in Nürburg
- Deutsches Eck: The Deutsches Eck is a headland at the mouth of the river Mosel into the river Rhine in Koblenz. It has been part of the UNESCO awarded world heritage Upper Middle Rhine Valley since 2002.
- Eltz castle: One of the most beautiful and best preserved castles in Germany.
- Stolzenfels palace: Today, Stolzenfels palace, which is visible from afar by its ochre coloured paint and battlements, is regarded as a complete example of Rhine romantic of the past.
- Maria Laach Benedictine Abbey: The Maria Laach Abbey is in the youngest landscape of Europe, the volcano Eifel. Around 10,000 BC the Laach lake and the surrounding hills were created by volcanoes.
- Ehrenbreitstein fortress: The Ehrenbreitstein fortress is a fortification from the 16th century that was originally Kurtriet and later Prussian looking onto the Mosel mouth near Koblenz.