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Lahnstein is a town on the right-hand side of the Middle Rhine Valley where the river Lahn flows into the Rhine.


The main parts of the town are on the Rhine, Oberlahnstein being south of the river Lahn and Niederlahnstein north of the river. There are also a number of small communities along and above the river Lahn belonging to the town. These include Friedland, Freidrichssegen and Lahnstein auf der Höhe.

Get in[edit]

By car[edit]

Exit the B42 south of Koblenz.

By cruise boat[edit]

KD[dead link] (Köln Düsseldorfer Deutsche Rheinschiffahrt AG) boats cruise the Rhine stopping at Oberlahnstein.

By train[edit]

There are two equally important train stations in Lahnstein and one more minor one. SE10: Frankfurt - Koblenz serves both major stations

Get around[edit]

Map of Lahnstein


  • 1 Lahneck Castle (Burg Lahneck).
  • 2 Hexenturm, Salhofplatz, +49 2621 914171. Town and part of the town wall
  • 3 Altes Rathaus (old town hall), Hochstraße 34, +49 2621 914296. 15th century timbered building






There are a couple of camp-sites situated in the Lahn valley between Friedland and Freidrichssegen.


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