Discover the best top things to do in Mosel Wine Region, Germany including Mosel Valley, Weingut Dr. Loosen, Weingut Richard Boecking, Winemaker J. Koll & Cie., Murphys, Hieronimi, Collis Turm, Basilica of Constantine, Porta Nigra, Hauptmarkt.
5.0 based on 619 reviews
The beautiful rolling hills situated along the Mosel River make for one of Europe's great wine valleys.
Mosel valley is a beautiful area that everyone must visit if in this part of Germany. Amazing small towns. Many great hotels, restaurants, shops.
5.0 based on 30 reviews
We were looking for something to do in the Mosel region when the weather was not too great, and the German Christmas markets hadn’t gotten going yet. We called Dr Loosen winery and were able to book a tasting that turned out to be private, very informative, and involving some very nice wines.
5.0 based on 61 reviews
We stopped by without a reservation and were lucky enough get have a tasting with a Peter. The tasting were quite tasty and Peter helped expand our wine knowledge of the area and send us home with some delicious tasting wines for reasonable prices. Highly recommended!
5.0 based on 16 reviews
Irish pub in the heart of the Mosel region,opened in 1995 and since 2007 managed by an Irishman. Open everyday from 18.00, Irish and German Beer, Irish and Scottish Whisk(e)y and a range of Gin,Cocktails and longdrinks.
5.0 based on 14 reviews
A small group of seniors from a river cruise were fortunate enough to be booked in here for a wine tasting. Our welcome was warm and the young man ? proprietor evidently loved his winery, and did his utmost to enlighten us with the mysteries of the art, and ensured we all had a really good time. The amounts of wine given were very adequate, and top-ups were available if requested. Five wines of different qualities were given and in truth, all were excellent. At the end of the tasting you were given a bottle of fairly basic wine to take away, but others were available to purchase and special offers were made. A truly excellent tasting by a very knowledgeable man, full of wit and humour.
5.0 based on 13 reviews
Hoch über den Weinbergen von Zell (Mosel) sieht man den 1906 aus rotem Backstein gemauerten Collis Turm. Der weithin sichtbare Turm hat eine Höhe von knapp acht Metern und auf dem Dach eine drei Meter lange Wetterfahne. Der Collisturm, mit seiner Aussichtsplattform, ist ein besonders beliebtes Ausflugsziel für Wanderer, die von hier einen herrlichen Blick auf Zell und das Moseltal.
4.5 based on 576 reviews
This huge cathedral has been preserved from the era of Constantine the Great.
Very interesting place, worths a visit for sure! It tells the story of Constantine the Great, later Saint Constantine, who was crowned Romans Emperor in this place and later on, he transferred the Roman Capital from Rome to Contsantinople (Byzantium). I was worried that opening hours are limited, and I suppose that many people may be dissappointed by the fact.
4.5 based on 2,692 reviews
This huge stone gate has stood as a symbol of the city since the second century.
Took a short ride from Luxembourg to visit Trier, a very fascinating and interesting place steeped in history. The Roman gate is like being in Rome . Take the small tourist "train " ride around the town
4.5 based on 1,054 reviews
This public square has served as Trier's main marketplace since medieval times.
The Main Market center of Trier is a busy and comfortable centre. It is the access to the • the Steipe, the city council's banqueting house, • the city church St. Gangolf (through the little baroque gate on the south side) • access to the Trier Dom, • access to the Jewish Quarter After the Viking destruction of 882, the archbishop moved the market from the river to the present site, the Market Cross still commemorates this event from 958. The Market Fountain from 1595 shows St. Peter, the patron saint of the Cathedral as well as the city, standing on top, surrounded by the four cardinal virtues of good city government, Justice, Strength, Temperance, and Wisdom (originals in the Municipal Museum), but also by monsters and frolicking monkeys. The fountain, just like the Cathedral and the parish and guild church St. Gangolf as well the Steipe, are all rooted in the 300-year struggle for supremacy in the city.
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