Mosel villages

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.

Insider tips by Mosel villages & regions

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Mosel cosiness

If you come to the historic garrison town of Koblenz with 106.000 inhabitants, it attracts you first to the world-famous German Eck. From its location derives the original Latin name „Confluentes“...

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Magic of the past

The history of the winegrowing village dates back to Roman times, which lies gently in a bend in the river Moselle in the immediate vicinity of the city of Koblenz. The magic of the past is in the walls of the old half-timbered houses...

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Historic wine village

At 3 km length, the twin city extends on the left bank of the Lower Moselle. Not only do they contain four castles, but they are also known for their historic buildings and rich cultural and recreational offerings...

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Located at the foot of the Sternburg

Immediately on the banks of the Moselle, the idyllic wine village presents itself with the former Sternburg, which has been a ruin since a fire. The state-recognized resort also includes the district Kattenes...

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Lovable and unique

Between the steep vineyards of Terrassenmosel the typical wine village Hatzenport extends directly to the Mosel. Surrounded by striking rock formations and the island Hatzenporter Werth...

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Tourist center

At the exit of a 20 km long arch is the district town Cochem. With about 5.500 inhabitants, it is the largest city on the Lower Mosel and attracts thousands of visitors every day during the summer months ...

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The insider tip among Mosel connoisseurs

At the foot of the steepest vineyard region, the Calmont region, is probably one of the most beautiful and charming places in the middle of the magical river landscape of the Lower Mosel. For more than 1350 years...

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At the foot of the steepest vineyard in Europe

In the heart of the Calmont region, on one of the most beautiful and famous Mosel bends, lies the wine village Bremm. Here are ideal conditions for a fantastic Riesling wine...

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A piece of Moselle with feel-good character

Geographically, Zell is located on a narrow bank, right in the middle between Koblenz and Trier - each about an hour's drive away. Historically, the city of Zell has grown from the three towns of Zell, Kaimt and Merl ...

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The Art Nouveau Mecca on the Mosel

Traben-Trarbach is a twin town on the Mosel and is situated at the head of a narrow Mosel bend and on the opposite bank on the bend at the foot of the hill Mont Royal Mosel. There is hardly any...

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A city to fall in love with!

The 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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Nut trees and top wines

Already the Romans knew about the special climatic conditions of this region at the Mosel and grew their wine, which testifies to one of the oldest presses ...

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The view of the Mosel Loreley

Even the Romans appreciated the excellent location of the sun-drenched slope on the Eifel bank of the river. Like the ranks of an amphitheater, the vineyards ...

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The oldest wine town in Germany

Neumagen-Dhron is the oldest wine town in Germany and is still the site of many reliefs and inscriptions from Roman times and the Roman wine ship. A replica of the famous Roman wine ship ...

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Right on the Roman Wine Route

As a state-recognized resort Leiwen is one of the largest wine-growing communities not only on the Roman Wine Route, but also on the most beautiful Mosel loop between Trier and Bernkastel-Kues...

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The oldest city in Germany

Trier is located in the heart of Europe - where Germany, Luxembourg and France meet. The university town, which with its population of approximately 105.000 may be called a large city, is home to cultural heritage...

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