This section is dedicated to take away all your "I wish someone had told me that before I went!" experiences. This way, you can spend less time settling in, and more time making new friends in your chosen hostel. We share our insider knowledge of tips, tricks and important things to look out for in Bingen.
Bingen is a small city in Klickitat County, Washington, with a relatively low population of just over seven hundred people. Initially founded by P. J. Suksdorf in 1892 and named after Bingen am Rhein in Germany, it was incorporated into Washington State in April of 1924.
While it's a relatively small city with a total area of less than one square mile, Bingen is not exactly everybody’s idea of a fun-filled tourist destination, this small city does have its merits if you decide to give it a short visit. While Bingen is not known for any wonderful architectural marvels or buildings dedicated to art and culture, it is a well-known place to find and enjoy excellent grub.
Due to its multicultural demographics, Bingen boasts a wide array of wonderful restaurants that offer a broad and excellent selection of gustatory treats. If anything, the food is what makes visiting Bingen worthwhile; its varied eateries each cater to a specific flavor palate and distinct culinary style which showcases the broad, multicultural bend of the city.
Bingen is not all about scintillating your oral senses, however, as it also boasts its only known attraction -- the Dog Mountain Trail, a breathtaking panoramic view of verdant mountainsides and tall trees set amidst an excellent trail that promises hours of wonderful strolling or trekking.
Your options for hostels in Bingen are limited, but as the town is so small, your Bingen hostel will give you great access to much of the city. Bingen is not generally well known for any huge festivals or societal gatherings, and so it provides a more sedate pace for vacationers that require no advanced planning or reservations.
Written by local enthusiast for Bingen hostelsAngelica Burrage