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Bacharach – Our travel guide & the best photo spots (Germany)

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On our river cruise with A-ROSA on the Rhine and Main we saw the beautiful town of Bacharach from the river in the UNESCO World Heritage “Oberes Mittelrheintal”, which we really wanted to take a closer look at. That’s why we used a nice sunny day in November to go on a discovery tour here. Bacharach is a small, cosy town with about 2,000 inhabitants which lies in the Upper Middle Rhine Valley on the left bank of the Rhine …

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Koblenz – Sights of the city on The Rhine & Moselle (Germany)

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After passing through the Upper Middle Rhine Valley with our river cruise ship, we docked early in the morning in Koblenz the next day. For one day we had time to explore the city with all its sights. Koblenz is a large city in Rhineland-Palatinate with about 114,000 inhabitants, which looks back on more than 2,000 years of history. The most famous landmark and THE landmark of the city is the Deutsches Eck, which marks the confluence of the Rhine …

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River cruise through the World Heritage Upper Middle Rhine Valley (Germany)

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From our last stop in the medieval town of Miltenberg we continued along the Main on our river cruise. We passed the big cities of Frankfurt, Mainz and Wiesbaden and drove from the Main to the Rhine. Here was a beautiful panoramic ride through the Upper Middle Rhine Valley where we could observe beautiful villages, imposing castles and the impressive autumn colouring. Our journey took us from Miltenberg overnight past Aschaffenburg until we reached Frankfurt at 8 o’clock in the …

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Bad Kreuznach – Attractions & Outdoor Inhalatorium Salinental (Germany)

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On our way to the Moselle we made a stopover for several hours in the spa town of Bad Kreuznach. We parked our car at the guest’s house, where the tourist information office is located. From here we were able to explore the main sights of Bad Kreuznach on foot. The history of Bad Kreuznach began 300 years before Christ with the establishment of a Celtic village on the banks of the Nahe. Today Bad Kreuznach is a town with …

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Beilstein & The Castle Metternich – The Sleeping Beauty of the Moselle (Germany)

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On our way from Traben-Trarbach to Cochem we made a stopover in the picturesque Moselle village of Beilstein. Why Beilstein is described by many guests as the most beautiful Moselle village is quickly clear during a walk through the cobbled streets 🙂 The small village of Beilstein is located directly on the right bank of the Moselle and bears the nickname “Dornröschen der Mosel”due to its very well preserved historical townscape. Due to great poverty, there were hardly any structural …

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Alpaca hike on the Moselle with Abayomi-Lieser (Germany)

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Woolly fur, big brown cuddly eyes and a friendly look: It doesn’t take a minute to close alpacas in your heart ❤ Hiking with alpacas is a very special adventure that can be experienced here in the Moselle region. To get to the alpaca farm in Lieser, you have to pass through the wine village Lieser on the Moselle (location in Google Maps). The village has about 1,300 inhabitants and is located in the middle of the largest contiguous wine-growing …

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Moselle – The sights of the small town Traben-Trarbach (Germany)

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This year we want to explore Germany in particular. After we had already visited the beautiful Eltz Castle, the suspension rope bridge Geierlay and the city of Trier in 2018, we have now spent 4 days short holiday on the Middle Moselle. Our first stop here was the small town of Traben-Trarbach, from where we could explore the surrounding area very well.

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Eltz Castle – The beautiful fairytale castle (Germany)

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In Germany alone there are more than 25,000 castles & castles. But no one knows that at the moment, because the federal states only keep their own statistics. However, this will soon change with a scientific database from the European Burgen Institute (EBI). But one thing is certain: with its unique architecture, its many towers and gables and its picturesque location, Eltz Castle is the epitome of a German knight’s castle for many visitors and is rightly considered one of …

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Hotel Heinz – A weekend at a wellness hotel (Germany)

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After our last holidays to the Maldives and Greece, it was time to explore our own homeland. There are still so many beautiful places in Germany that we don’t know yet. And so we decided to go this weekend to the beautiful Westerwald to the wellness hotel Heinz, more precisely to Höhr-Grenzhausen, a small town near Koblenz – right in the middle between Frankfurt and Cologne.

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