Traben-Trarbach on the Middle Moselle is a town in the Bernkastel-Wittlich district in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany. It is the seat of the like-named Verbandsgemeinde and a state-recognized climatic spa (Luftkurort).
Restaurants in Traben-Trarbach
4 based on 58 reviews
What better way to start exploring the Mosel than going up to the castle café for lunch and wine. The views of Traben Trarbach and the surrounding area are impressive. The ruins also give you something to climb around on while you wait for your lunch.
4.5 based on 85 reviews
Certainly the most enchanting Museum I've ever been to, located in the beautiful Moselle valley town of Traben-Trarbach. 4000 Buddhas from various cultures & countries, displayed superbly in a grand, castle-like setting beside the river, we indulged ourselves for four hours until closing time. Just go and see for yourself, it's a treat for lovers of the Buddha in all forms and sizes, and for those who long for some stillness and perhaps inspiration to live a more peaceful life! There is also a wonderful roof garden. We certainly had four very peaceful and reflective /introspective hours!
5 based on 28 reviews
If you are able to do a tour and/or tasting here, you'll be glad you did. (Note: opening times are varied and it is best to call ahead if possible).
The building itself is historic, with the oldest portion dating back to medieval times (including an old knight's hall and a chapel). There is tasting area on the ground level, as well as a small, chic tasting room on the second level.
The best part, however, is the wine. We tried several, some of which are imported to the U.S. (And some of which have been selected by Wine & Spirits as top wines from this region). They have a variety of styles of wine, from dry to fruity, white and rose. These are steep slope wines, and some alteraben (old vine) wines, and you can't find better in the region.
4 based on 59 reviews
The gatehouse on the bridge is the iconic Traben-Trarbach photo. Is it worth traveling here just to see it? Probably not. But if you are in Traben, take short stroll to it, have a look, and take a photo. The constant flow of people and vehicles take away from any ambience
4.5 based on 7 reviews
To start out, we walked along the sidewalk near the river. Came to this Weingut and rang the doorbell. It was answered swiftly. I wish I could recall the gal who waited on us, because she was so nice. Really tried talking English with us.
This establishment is renovating, so they will soon have some very cool tasting rooms overlooking the Mosel River.
But for now, we went into a room with many barrels of wine sitting around. Sat around a small round table and she explained the differences of many wines. We bought several bottles and the Wine tasting was FREE. Very good wine and very good service. And this Weingut is Bio to boot.
4 based on 17 reviews
Several floors of interesting displays and artifacts of this area. Everything from prehistoric to modern times is covered here. There is a 2.50€ entrance fee. An explanatory guidebook is offered in English. The guidebook is organized by room number, however, the actual rooms don't have any number so it was difficult to figure out where we were and what we were looking at. We left early because of this frustration.
4 based on 4 reviews
Well worth the time before or after lunch at the brewery restaurant to take in this magnificent collection, including some wonderful small Iconostases. Silver work also very nice
5 based on 1 reviews
Wil je in een vriendelijke/ongedwongen sfeer kwalitatieve moezelwijnen/sekt proeven/uitproberen dan mag een bezoekje aan Weingut Kaess zeker niet ontbreken op je "to do" lijstje. Heike is de perfecte gastvrouw die je wegwijs maakt in de uitstekende wijnen van het familiebedrijf. Mits reservatie organiseert ze een wandeling naar hun wijnbergen, een heuse aanrader ! Dit is al jaren ons favoriete adresje in Traben Trarbach !
4 based on 4 reviews
We were disappointed to see the fahrrad or bike museum is no longer open. We are not sure what the sign on the door said. Perhaps it will reopen.
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