If you want to walk on the paths of pilgrims, you come on the Jakobspilgerweg stage from Mainz to Bingen through the middle of the red wine town of Ingelheim am Rhein. Almost a short journey through time, because the path leads past all the historical buildings in the city. You pass the Carolingian aqueduct, the imperial palace of Charlemagne, the Heidesheimer Tor, the hall church, the museum, the old town hall Nieder-Ingelheim, the Remigius church, where the pilgrim's temple can be purchased, the path of sighs and the picturesque castle church with the Battlements in Ober-Ingelheim. Then the silence of nature in the romantic Selztal beckons before Gau-Algesheim tempts you to stop again with historical flair. Note on the sanctuary tour: A memorial stele on the L419 cycle path between Gau-Algesheim and Sporkenheim reminds of the supply point for Hungarian pilgrims. For centuries there was a pilgrimage station here on the way to Aachen, where - to this day - the four shrines are shown every 7 years in June.
Getting thereFollow the inner-city signs to the train station.
ParkingParking spaces are available at both train stations.