Take a trip to one of the most picturesque valleys – the Moselle Valley! You’rein for unforgettable feelings, breathtaking views, ancient towns and medieval castles!
The most interesting landmark of Koblenz is the German Triangle.
The second attraction is Balduinbrüke (Balduinbrüke) – a bridge over the Moselle, built in the XIV century.
The third one is the Castle of Koblenz of the 18th century.
The number four is the comic fountain “Spitting Boy”.
The fifth point of interest is the famous wine village of Koblenz
After Koblenz, we will pay a visit toCochem.
The small town of Cochem, standing on the picturesque shore of the Moselle, is popular among tourists primarily because of the imperial castle Reichsburg (Reichsburg), the history of which lasts for a whole millennium.
The city fortunately stands on the famous German Wine Road (Deutsche Weinstraße), which also makes Cochem attractive for travelers.
The next point of our trip will be the city of Bernkastel-Kues – a charming German town, “the pearl of the Moselle River”, a real paradise for all those who love medieval architecture.
It is considered that the best vineyards of the Moselle arelocated here.
The next place we set off to, the city of Trier, is claimed to be the most ancient city in Germany.
It is believed that the city was founded in 16 BC by emperor Augustus. The monumental structures from that time that have survived up to this day – the main tourist attractions of Trier – are nowadays under the protection of UNESCO.
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