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Geisenheim is a town in the Rheingau of Hesse, Germany. It includes the villages (Stadtteil) of Johannisberg and Marienthal.

Geisenheim Dom


The home of Spätlese ("late harvest") wine. The Geisenheim Grape Breeding Institute was founded here in 1872, the only institution in Germany where you can get a degree in Winemakeing.

Get in[edit]

By car[edit]

Is on the B42 between Oestrich-Winkel and Rüdesheim.

By train[edit]

Train station on the line: Frankfurt – Wiesbaden – Rüdesheim – Koblenz – Neuwied

On foot[edit]

Johannisberg and Marienthal are on the Rheinsteig.

Get around[edit]


Kloster Marienthal
Schloss Johannisberg







Go next[edit]

Routes through Geisenheim
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BonnRüdesheim  W Rheinsteig-01.jpg E  Oestrich-WinkelWiesbaden
BonnRüdesheim  w BSicon SBHF.svg E  Oestrich-WinkelWiesbaden

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