Land programme 2020

In addition to the view of several fireworks displays and the passing convoy of ships, visitors to the participating towns and cities can expect a varied musical entertainment programme with guided tours of the city, summer night festivals and excellent cuisine from local kitchens and cellars.


Spay, Brey, Rhens

For those guests who prefer to keep firm ground under their feet yet still want to experience the impressive atmosphere of the Bengal flares, illuminated ships and fireworks displays, we have a wide range of options waiting just for you in the wine villages of Spay, Brey and Rhens. Varied programme items ensure that spirits will already be high in the afternoon. Excellent food and drinks are available everywhere.


The Rhine promenade, which consists mainly of half-timbered houses, is beautiful and offers a magnificent view of the Marksburg castle on the opposite side. The historic centre of the town also invites you to enjoy an extensive tour. At the end of the village, towards Boppard, you will find the historically important Peterskapelle chapel and its splendid grounds.


A piece of a World Heritage Site on the Middle Rhine. In Brey, an important ground monument from the Roman period has been preserved to this day: a Roman aqueduct. In the centre of the village, there are many lovingly renovated half-timbered houses to admire. If you’d like to try some wine, look no further than Breyer Hämmchen.



An enchanting, historic old town with half-timbered buildings (such as the old town hall) that’s surrounded by an almost completely preserved city wall. A striking part of the city wall is the Scharfe Turm tower on the banks of the Rhine. It once served as a watchtower and toll tower; later it was used as a prison and torture chamber. The legendary Königsstuhl (King’s Chair) is a symbol of German history.





Tourist-Information Erlebnis Rheinbogen

Am Viehtor 2

56321 Rhens

Telefon: +49 (0)2607 - 49510,


Romantic half-timbered houses and flourishing grounds along the Rhine which are set at the foot of the Marksburg castle (the only undestroyed mountain castle on the Middle Rhine) form a unique scenery for the firework spectacle.

You have a view of the fireworks in Spay, Rhens and Braubach. Sufficient parking for buses and cars. There are also caravan parking spaces directly on the Rhine riverbank.


Tourist-Information Braubach

Rathausstraße 8

56338 Braubach

Telefon: +49 (0) 2627 - 976001,


The town on the Rhine and the Lahn with the longest illuminated stretch of the Rhine (6 km) not only offers numerous sights, but also a lot of history. And plenty of celebration, too! From the grounds of the Johanneskloster monastery, you not only have a unique view of three fireworks displays, but you can also experience the second-largest fireworks of the evening from very close range! Let yourself be enchanted as the most beautiful stretch of the Rhine celebrates and the city shines in an inimitable light!


Tourist-Information Lahnstein

Kirchstraße 1

56112 Lahnstein

Telefon: +49 (0)2621 - 914171,


In the district of Stolzenfels, you’ll find the fairy tale Stolzenfels Castle. Since the middle of the 19th century, the castle which was drafted by architect Karl Friedrich Schinkel has been an indispensable part of Rhine romanticism.


Where the Rhine and Moselle flow together is one of the most beautiful cities in Germany: Koblenz.
The Deutsches Eck, the cable car over the Rhine and the Ehrenbreitstein fortress are well-known throughout the region and are a meeting place for guests from all over the world.

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Tourist-Information in the Forum Confluentes

Zentralplatz 1

56068 Koblenz

Telefon: +49 (0)261 - 19433,