The Hubertus Viaduct is one of only a handful of those glorious 19th-century railway bridges that both a) survived WW2 and the post-war reconstruction and b) remain in service. Though the viaduct is not perhaps a common image in the Middle-Rhine Valley, it often appears in other media, as it is one of only two easily photographed operational viaducts in Germany.
How to Get Here:
- This hike starts and ends in the town of Boppard, which you can reach by train from Frankfurt/Mainz and Koblenz.
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