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    General Information Moselle & Rhine


    "It have to be always time for half a pint", is the motto of the Moselans, which enjoys the light wine with leisure. Contemplative wine-growing villages, romantic half-timber houses and extended vineyard terraces characterzie the valley of the Moselle. The Calmont is the steepest vineyard in Europe. A range of castles and monasteries accompany the river on his journey. The Romans left many traces. Monumental construction like Amphitheater, palaces, bridges and aqueducts bear witness to this time. Later the Trier archbishops adopt the reign in the country. A nice starting point for the tour is Metz in East of France; many vacationer choose Trier, the oldest city in Germany. The endpoint of the cycle tour is mosty Koblenz, where the Moselle finally flows into the Rhine.


    • VIP transfer by bus every Saturday & addtional Fridays in July/August from the hotel in Koblenz/Chochem to Trier and Metz. 
    • 3 starting points at choice: Metz, Perl and Trier
    • privat car park at the place or arrival
    • combined with Rhine Cycle Route in the UNESCO world heritage region around Mainz
    • daily backtransfer of your bike for € 22,- without/ € 67,- with transport insurance

    Flat and vehicle-free starts the international cycle track and ends in Koblenz. Consistent tagged runs the route through 3 states. The start of the tour in Trier is a shorter alternative. If you continue your cycling tour to Mainz, you will find the most beautiful section of the Rhine cycle route with the legendary Loreley Rock.


    • Metz (120.700 inhabitants)
    • Perl-Nennig (1.352 inhabitants)
    • Trier (106.500 inhabitants)


    • Metz, the ancient capital of the diocese with the same name, is a cultural metropolis of rare beauty: Cathedral, " Centre Pompidou", old town
    • Trier, once was the 3rd capital of the Roman Empire and it is an interesting cultural town (Porta Nigra)
    • Cochem, Reichsburg
    • Koblenz, where Mosel & Rhine are flowing together

    DATES 2017

    Arrival at the beginning in

    • Metz: every Friday, Saturday and Sunday from the 12th  May till the 30th September
    • Trier: daily from the 14th April till the 8th October (exept TT28 - Friday & Saturday from the 19th May till the 16th September

    Saisons you will see at the respective tour


    >> Moselle from Metz to Koblenz

    your contact person

    Simone Mehri
    T:+43 (0)732 2080-15