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Discover the Moselle valley

If you want to experience Germany's most beautiful corners, then of course you have to explore the Moselle Valley. The Moselle valley is particularly famous for the production of Rieslings. The vineyards provide the ideal growing environment for this coveted grape. However, there are not only countless cozy wine villages on the Moselle, but also fantastic views, premium hiking trails, fairytale castles and much more. Discover the most beautiful corners of the Moselle!

Sights along the Moselle
Koblenz

Deutsches Eck with Emperor's Monument

The Deutsches Eck (German Corner) rises strikingly into the waters and forms the confluence of the Moselle and Rhine. The statue of Kaiser Wilhelm rises imposingly here. At 37 metres high, it was one of the most imposing bronze statues in Germany....
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Deutsches Eck Sonnenutergang

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Winningen
Terrassenmosel
The steep slopes are an unmistakable feature of the Lower Moselle near Winningen. Here you will find steep, terraced vineyards. The fine wines should not only be sampled at the wine festival, for example in the beautiful village of Winningen. The Moselsteig Trail - an absolute highlight of the Moselle hiking trails - awaits active hikers.
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Blick auf die Mosel mit Wald am hinter den Weinfeldern am linken Ufer und einem steilen Hang mit Weinbergen am rechten Ufer ©
Bremm
The Moselle loop
A particularly scenic part of the Moselle can be found around the picturesque Weindorf Bremm. In the middle of Europe's steepest vineyard, the Calmont, there is an adventurous via ferrata. The fantastic view of the Moselle loop is guaranteed here!
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Moselschleife beim Sonnenuntergang in Bremm ©Herrmann Forster - stock.adobe.com
Welcome on board!
Cruise on the Moselle
Experience the Moselle valley in a different, perhaps its most beautiful way and be inspired by the steep vineyard terraces and idyllic wine-growing villages.
Find the perfect boat trip
Passagierschiff Goethe angelegt am Rheinufer mit Festung Ehrenbreitstein im Hintergrund ©Koblenz-Touristik GmbH, Dominik Ketz
Castles Along the Moselle

There are around 1,100 castles in Rhineland-Palatinate alone, some of which are located on the Moselle. Many of these castles are very well preserved and can even be visited. Below you will find a selection of the beautiful castles on the Moselle that are easy to reach from Koblenz.

Alken
Thurant Castle
One of the oldest castles in the Moselle region can be found in Alken. Partly built on Roman foundations, Thurant Castle can be seen from afar. From the top, you can enjoy a fantastic view of the Moselle valley and its vineyards. On a tour, you can not only experience the double castle, but also learn about the ancient craft of winemaking.
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Freundesgruppe auf Mountainbikes auf einem Radweg neben der Mosel mit Burg Thurant im Hintergrund ©Philip Bruederle
Wierschem
Eltz Castle
If this sight looks somehow familiar, you are not mistaken. The pearl of the Moselle idyll, Eltz Castle, adorned the reverse of the 500 mark bill between 1961 and 1995. A stamp of Eltz Castle was also issued at the end of the 1970s. This is hardly surprising, as Eltz Castle is so magically situated in the countryside that you can't help but be amazed.
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Die Burg Eltz von vorne umgeben vom grünen Wald ©Rheinland-Pfaltz Tourismus GmbH, Dominik Ketz
Cochem
Cochem Imperial Castle
The Reichsburg in Cochem is a real gem, situated high on the rock above Cochem and lovingly restored in the 19th century. Here you can experience all sorts of things from the age of chivalry. Knights' banquets, medieval customs and a very special atmosphere at Christmas time make a visit worthwhile.
Find out more about the Reichsburg Cochem
Reichsburg Cochem umgeben von herbstfarbenen Bäumen. Die Mosel fließt im Vordergrund ©
Via Train through the Moselle Valley

Trains run between Koblenz and Trier several times a day. even if you travel from Luxembourg on the RE 11, you don't have to change trains once. You have certainly never experienced a more beautiful train journey than on the RB 81. If you miss your stop at the picturesque Moselle valley, simply get off at the next wine village, try a sip of Riesling and then take a relaxing ride back.

Discover Germany's most beautiful corners by bus & train
Germany's most beautiful corners are closer than you think! Discover the city on the Rhine, Moselle and Lahn in comfort by public transport. It has never been easier to explore the most beautiful places in the region. Because with the Deutschlandticket you can get everywhere. Let yourself be surprised by the diversity of the region and the endless opportunities to recharge your batteries.
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Frau steht vor Schloss Stolzenfels und blickt auf einer Broschüre ©Ryne & Denise Cook
Holiday on the Moselle
Cycling on the Moselle
If you want to be physically active and still plan time for enjoyment, you've come to the right place. There are many cycle paths along the Moselle that offer something for every taste in terms of difficulty, ascent or length. And taste is the key word: if you cycle through the landscape of slate cliffs, vineyards and half-timbered houses, you will inevitably stop at some point to sample the culinary diversity for yourself.
Find out more about cycling on the Moselle
Man sieht einen Mountainbike-Fahrer von hinten, der in die Ferne auf die Mosel und die Weinberge blickt ©Koblenz-Touristik GmbH, Philip Bruederle
300 kilometers of pure Moselle
Moselle cycle path
Koblenz is the start and finish of the approx. 300 km long Moselle cycle path. From/to Metz, you cycle along the riverside paths through the magnificent Riesling wine country. The Moselle cycle path follows the course of the river in all its loops through a wide variety of landscapes and mostly runs close to the banks.
Find out more about the Moselle cycle path
Passagierschiffe angelegt am Moselufer in Cochem mit Reichsburg im Hintergrund ©Tourist-Information Ferienland Cochem
Hiking on the Moselle
Löfer Rabenlay Trail
Who says you have to go to the mountains to go hiking? There are trails between the Moselle and Rhine that will make any hiker's heart beat faster. One tip, for example, is the Löfer Rabenlaypfad dream trail. This varied route not only offers shady forest sections and steep climbs, but also fantastic views of the Moselle valley and some of its castles. The famous Moselsteig Trail is also a real recommendation. There is something for everyone here, so be sure to pack your hiking boots.
Find out more about the Löfer Rabenlay Trail
Paar wandert an der Mosel entlang ©
Hiking on the Moselle
Moselsteig Trail
24 charming stages through picturesque villages, along the banks of the Moselle, through forests and over vineyards connect Koblenz with the border town of Perl, 365 kilometers to the south. The Moselsteig Trail is therefore not only one of the most beautiful, but also one of the longest long-distance hiking trails in the whole of Germany.
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Paar in Wanderkleidung geht über einen schmalen Pfad, rundherum Gräser und grüne Büsche, im Hintergrund die Mosel, eine kleine Ortschaft und grüne Wiesen ©Rheinland-Pfalz Tourismus GmbH, Dominik Ketz
Hiking on the Moselle
Dream trails
There are also several of the coveted dream trails in the region along the Moselle. These invite you to enjoy a relaxing and adventurous hike. Vineyards, castles, forests and meadows await you on the dream trails and dream paths on the Moselle.
Find out more about the dream trails
Mann und Frau in Wanderausrüstung auf einem schmalen Wanderweg ©Rheinland-Pfalz Tourismus GmbH, Dominik Ketz
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