Roseninsel – scenic gem on the Nahe river
Its closeness to the Nahe river is what makes the Roseninsel so delightful. A small island in the Nahe river provided the location for a major rose exhibition held back in 1905.
Today, it is a perfect example of how landscape architecture and flood protection can be harmoniously combined: terraces encourage visitors to linger and enjoy the surroundings, there is a pergola-embankment to stroll along, and the parkland itself is a series of gentle undulations – all this encourages rest and relaxation while at the same time providing protection against the winter flooding of the Nahe river. Roseninsel island is also home to a number of works of art and impressive sculptures.