Car Hire Rosrath
Rosrath is a city in the Rheinisch Bergischer Kreis, Cologne administrative region, North Rhine Westphalia state of Germany. Rosrath is located near Cologne and has an area of 39 square kilometers, used by a population of 27,000 residents. The city of Rosrath is documentary attested since the mid 14th century, but archaeological research in the area proved that Rosrath was settled from the Paleolithic era. Until 2001, Rosrath did not have a city status and since then it also gained the nickname of Bergisches Land or Gateway to the Berg Region. Rosrath is very quiet and is great as a holiday destination. It has a total of five sister cities, most of them in France: Chavenay, Crespieres, Feucherolles and Saint Nom La Breteche and just one in Belgium - Veurne. If you plan to visit it, take some time to check its wonderful attractions.
Top Attractions within Rosrath
Gateway to Eulenbroich Castle is the landmark of the city. Not the castle itself, just the gateway, although the whole area of the construction is beautiful and looks amazing. The gateway is such a famous symbol of Rosrath that it even appears on the Internet pages of the town, on official letters and postcards.
Klostermuhle is a German restaurant located near the castle of Rosrath, at 15 Zum Eulenbroicher Auel. It is small, but very fine and elegant. The prices are quite high, but the food is amazing and cannot suffer comparison to those in other traditional German eateries in Rosrath. Try the Steinplilzcremesuppe and the Garmassig Fish.
Landgasthof Heideblick is a restaurant located between Rosrath and Cologne, near a beautiful forest. It is rustically decorated and offers large portions of coffee and traditional cake or waffles. In the summer, the specialty of the house is the grill, while in the winter is the fondue.