Only a few minutes' walk from the city centre, the Rhine promenade invites you to take a stroll along the water. Worms is finally on the Rhine! From afar you can see him standing proudly on his pedestal: Hagen von Tronje, who is said to have sunk the Nibelungen treasure here.
Here you can watch the large Rhine cranes ploughing through the water or feed the ever-hungry Rhine gulls. You are welcome to sniff: lavender, roses and many other plants bring a Mediterranean flair to the historic park from the 1920s!
The Rhine promenade also has a lot to offer in terms of gastronomy: in summer, the "Strandbar 443" attracts visitors to the Rhine beach with its many colourful deckchairs. Kolb's Biergarten is Worms' oldest inn with a shady beer garden. Hagenbräu brews various beer specialities on site and "Al Fiume" serves Italian specialities. Those with a sweet tooth will enjoy coffee and ice cream specialities at the "Pegelhäusje" in the historic Gelderhaus. The gastronomic offer on the Rhine is rounded off by the "Altes Ruderhaus" restaurant with its beer garden and large terrace directly on the river.
You will find free car and coach parking on the Festplatz in the immediate vicinity of the Rhine promenade.
The bus stop "Rheinpromenade" is only a few steps away from the Rhine promenade / jetty.
Timetables for line 410, which runs from the main railway station (platform C2) to the "Rheinpromenade" bus stop, can be found at Verkehrsverbund Rhein-Neckar.