Rhens, a town in the romantic Upper Middle Rhine Valley, with a special history. The Rhine landscape between Bingen and Koblenz has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2002. In the middle of this region, just before Koblenz lies Rhens.
The city was the central conference center of four Rhineland electors in the 14th century. And the great French writer Victor Hugo also dedicates a good five pages to this historic conference venue, including:
"The Rhine is the river that all the world speaks about and nobody explores, that everyone visits and nobody knows, which one perceives in passing and which one quickly forgets, which streaks every look and which is intellectually penetrated by nobody. "
Experience the magic of the past in the old town of Rhens with its half-timbered buildings and the Old Town Hall, surrounded by an almost completely preserved city wall, 2 gate access to the Rhine and the 2 kilometers of the Rhine, which next to the city wall a natural border and at the same time for centuries the open to signify cultural connection to the modern world.
A place created for a meeting of different cultures and artistic ideas and for a dialogue about peace in the center of Europe.