Koblenz Event Tickets
Details of Koblenz and the Ticket Luck value
Koblenz is one of the oldest German cities, which stretches across both sides of the long Rhine including its confluence with the Moselle right upon the location of the German Corner and the monument of Emperor William. The city goes back to 8 BC, when it was part of the military posts established under Drusus, so that the town celebrated its grand two-thousandth anniversary in 1992. The city with its many treasured historic sites including palaces, castles, defensive works and monuments alongside its modern development, presents a true juxtaposition of the ancient with the new so that its visitors are standing in two different eras all at once. It also offers several beautiful villages that were incorporated into the city's jurisdiction back in the nineteenth century. Koblenz tickets are a wonderful option for tourists to get around the city's many sites and events since these tickets allow such access.
Koblenz received its earliest development around 1000 BC when its first fortifications were established opposite to Moselle, on Festung Ehrenbreitstein hill. By 55 BC, Roman troops led by Julius Caesar approached the Rhine and erected a built between Andernach and Koblenz, and by 9 BC, the military posts developed by Drusus included the Castellum apud Confluents. Another major bridge was built by the Roman around 49 BC, the structural remains of which still stand there. During this time castles and temples were constructed some of which still remain. Other important structures include the city's walls that were rebuilt by Archbishop Arnold II, as well as the fortress of Ehrenbreitstein which dominates Koblenz till today.
Many celebrated sights of Koblenz include the central station of Koblenz Hauptbahnhof built outside the older walls. The city's fascinating historic buildings include the StolzenfelsCastle, Basilica of St. Castor, Lahneck Castle, the church of Leibfrauenkirche,and the Bronze Age earthworks of Goloring situated close to town. Other buildings include Elector's palace with one front opening towards the Rhine and the other to the Neustadt. The structure was constructed between 1778 and 1786, and has several colossal statues such as that of William I of Germany.
The wonderful must-see sights of Koblenz not only include buildings but also natural structures such as the bordering Rhine Gorge which in 2002, was declared to be a World Heritage Site due to its unique mix of cultural, geological, industrial and historical features. The rocks in this region were laid across in the Devonian period, and went through significant folding in the following Carboniferous period, while the gorge carved out more recently due to uplift that left the river flowing between steep walls up to two-hundred meters high with the most well-known one being the Loreley. This gorge is an important theme of folklore, with its legendary castles projected as the setting for Gotterdammerug, the opera. Moreover, the yearly RhineinFlames festivals feature incredible fireworks in August. Koblenz tickets are up for grabs so give yourself a treat, plan your holidays and book them.