The tiny German town of Bakharach stands since the IX century in the Rhine Valley, by our standards it's just a village. French romantic Victor Hugo spoke of Bacharach as one of the "most charming cities in the world".
And today Bakharakh is fascinated by picturesque half-timbered houses from the fairy tale of the Brothers Grimm, delightful romantic alleys, noble wine, medieval city fortifications.
Bahar - one of the most romantic cities on the Rhine. As early as the 14th century, the city was the site of princely assemblies and meetings of German kings, and in the 19th century the highest European nobility met in Bacharach. Painted by poets, picturesque Bakharah serves as backstage when shooting numerous films and television films.
Above the city stands the proud castle of Stahlek, from which a unique view of the Rhine and mountains, twined by grapevines, opens.Photogallery Total | 6 photos