The river Mosel flows 545 kilometers from its source in the Vosges to the estuary in Koblenz into the Rhine River. Accompany us on 243 kilometers of German river - beginning in Perl on the Upper Mosel to the confluence with the Rhine River on the Lower Mosel. Discover the typical small towns, cultural treasures, world-famous wines, German half-timbered romance, the beauty of the Middle Ages, steep-sided vineyards with names such as Himmelsleiter (Jacob's ladder) or Sonnenuhren (Sundials), and a climate similar to that of the Mediterranean.


koblenz-at-the-moselWhere there is a first drags on, when you come to the historic garrison city of Koblenz with 106.000 inhabitants, is the world-famous German Corner. From its location, the original Latin name...

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cochem-at-the-moselAt the output of a 20 km long Mosel arc the county town of Cochem is located. With about 5,500 inhabitants, it is the largest town on the Mosel terrace and attracts in the summer months, every day thousands of visitors. The renowned tourist resort, which was first...

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zell-at-the-moselGeographically cell located on a narrow Ufersaum, exactly in the middle between Koblenz and Trier - each about an hour away. Historically, the city of the three cell types...

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traben-trarbach-at-the-moselTraben-Trarbach is a twin town on the Moselle and is due to the head of a narrow Moselschleife and on the other hand at the foot of the mountain Mont Royal Moselschleife. And since there is...

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bernkastel-kues-at-the-moselThe twin town of Bernkastel-Kues is often called the heart of the Middle Mosel and is thus regarded as the most popular town and center of the Middle Mosel. The recognized health resort...

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trier-at-the-moselTrier is located in the heart of Europe - where Germany, Luxembourg and France meet. The university town, which may be called...

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