Emmerich Rhine Promenade

Emmerich’s flagship and popular excursion destination on the Lower Rhine is the Rhine promenade in Emmerich. From the Rhine promenade you have a wonderful view of the river, the city and the Rhine bridge. On top of that there are some bronze sculptures by the...

Emmerich Rhine Bridge

The Emmerich Rhine Bridge connects the two cities of Emmerich & Kleve. The suspension bridge is over 800 meters long and around 30 meters high. The bridge is Germany’s longest suspension bridge. It can be seen from afar and is a must for every visitor. It is...

Emmerich Barefoot Path

The Emmerich barefoot path in Elten is supported by the TV Sportsfreunde 1921 Elten e.V. association and offers 12 different surfaces, including sand, forest soil, gravel and clay soil. An experience not just for your feet. There is also a Kneipp water treading pool....

Museum of Coffee Technology

The Museum of Coffee Technology in Emmerich shows the beginnings and advances in coffee roasting in an exhibition. From 1864 onwards, coffee roasting devices were manufactured industrially for the first time, after various types of containers attached over an open...

Rhine Museum Emmerich

The Rhine Museum shows an impressive collection of the cultural and urban history of Emmerich, as well as of Rhine shipping. The maritime museum houses a collection of over 130 models, as well as radar systems and maps of the Rhine. A few temporary exhibitions round...

Borghees Castle Emmerich

The Borghees castle is a former knight’s seat that is now used as a cultural center. The castle was first mentioned around 830. It was rebuilt in the 18th century and damaged in a fire in 1975 and then restored. Since the building is located in a forest with old...