The Drosselgasse is a picturesque two meter wide and about 144 m long cobblestone street in Rüdesheim am Rhein , Upper Middle Rhine Valley, Rhine Valley, Hesse, Germany.
The numerous wine houses, some of which are half-timbered, characterize the image of the world-famous Drosselgasse alongside gift and souvenir shops. It is one of six connecting streets between Rüdesheimer Oberstraße and the Rhine promenade.
The 144 m long cobblestone street in Rüdesheim am Rhein, is visited by about three million people every year.
Access : Coordinates: / Drosselgasse 65385 Rüdesheim am Rhein.
- The Drosselgasse was first mentioned in the 15th century as a quarters for Rhine boatmen.
- From the early afternoon until after midnight live bands play popular music, brass and dance music,also worth to walk down and take photos.
- The Drosselgasse is one of the most famous lanes in the world. Located in the centre of Rüdesheims old quarter.
Go next : Rüdesheimer noble courts / Glockenspiele / Klunkhardshof / Eagle Tower.