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We have been visiting the Römer Castel many times and it is extremely interesting as it give an insight in the history from ancient Roman time when the empire was large and stretched up to this part of Europe with the igns of Limes as...More
Hidden away these truely ancient ruins reflect the long history of Boppard and the surrounding area. Still very visible and easily accessible it's worth taking half an hour to explore what's left of the Roman settlement. It's free and open to visit at anytime. If...More
This bit of Roman walls is a 1 minute walk from the markt and worth exploring. The best thing is the single massive block in the one small enclosure. It’s being used as an ashtray by smokers, but it is really the metal joint system...More
A short walk from where our boat moored we visited these fascinating old ruins as we looked round the beautiful town of Boppard. They are worth looking at as part of a look round but not a "must visit" attraction on their own.
Well, as probably other people will say, this is not just worth to visit Boppard only for this but is an extra that is nice to see as you do not expect some roman walls in this town besides the Rhin river to be quite...More
It is amazing that these pieces of the wall have lasted so long. They point to the past of this friendly little town. At one stage the roman settlement housed 600 troops so must have provided a great deal of trade opportunities for the local...More
You just don't expect to find 10 foot thick roman stone walls and towers to be scattered throughout a small village, but there are many parts of these ruins around the city, but you must go seek them out.
Boppard has some of the best Roman ruins I have found - city walls, tunnels, arches. They are amazingly thick and it's easy to imagine the Roman presence in this little German town. All are open to explore.