Oppenheim (German: [ˈɔpn̩haɪm] ⓘ or [ˈɔpm̩haɪm]) is a town in the Mainz-Bingen district of Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany. The town is a well-known wine center, being the home of the German Winegrowing Museum, and is particularly known for the wines from the Oppenheimer Krötenbrunnen vineyards.
1 / 10 Tour guide Wilfried Hilpke at one of the tunnel entrances. Jennifer Nalewicki On the surface, Oppenheim looks like your typical German town resting along the banks of the Rhine River. But...
Oppenheim. Halfway between Mainz and Worms, the medieval town of Oppenheim invites you on a discovery tour. In and above all under the historical old town hides lively history. Landmarks of the wine city, such as Kellerlabyrinth, and St. Catherine's Church tell of a long history.
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There are great many things to do in Germany, and so are in Oppenheim. Nestled within the heart of Germany’s picturesque Rhine Valley lies a hidden gem of a town, Oppenheim. With vineyards stretching as far as the eye can see and a majestic castle towering above, Oppenheim is a fairy tale come to life.
Oppenheim is a city of 7,600 people at the Rhine in the state Rhineland-Palatinate in Germany. Oppenheim has about 6,860 residents. Mapcarta, the open map.