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Trier – Koblenz

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As the Moselle bike way leads through towns such as Neumagen-Drohn, Traben-Trarbach or Cochem, you will have the unique opportunity to take a look at the famous Neumagen’s wine ship, the skeletal ruin of the Grevenburg castle from the 14th century, or the fascinating Reichsburg Cochem, built around the year 1000 AD.

Let the Moselle River eternally enchant you!

This trip is not recommendable for travellers with mobility impairments.

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Day 1: Individual arrival in Trier
When you have settled in Trier, you can go ahead and explore the city. Longing for a little cultural-historical education, you can visit Trier’s Basilica of St. Constantin or the High Cathedral of Saint Peter in Trier. Both historical buildings are listed as UNESCO world heritage sights and are the pride of the city. Originally built as a part of the High Cathedral of Saint Peter in Trier, Porta Nigra, lying approximately 500 Metres north of the Cathedral, is the largest Roman city gate north of the Alps. As well as the Cathedral, Porta Nigra is also listed as a UNESCO world heritage site and is the symbol of the city Trier.

Day 2: Trier – Trittenheim (approx. 40 km)
As you bike along the Moselle bike way, you will pass many beautiful villages and towns along the way. An ideal time for a break offers itself as you enter Mehring. This small town has an unexpected treasure at its very heart – the remains of the roman Villa Rustica. In the pavilion, with its strong roman character, you can find out about the local archeological findings as well as taking a break to enjoy the nature around. When you have arrived in Trittenheim, we recommend you to take part in the local wine tasting. Along with a tour through the wine cellars, you will get the chance to taste 8 different sorts of wines and have a snack.

Day 3: Trittenheim – Zeltingen (approx. 36 km)
From Trittenheim it isn’t far to Neumagen-Drohn. In Neumagen you have the opportunity to stop and take a look at the famous Neumagen’s wine ship. This roman headstone is said to have been sculpted in the year 220 AD and served as a representation of the profession of the deceased. Returning to the Moselle bike way, the today’s cycling tour will lead you to the next town – Bernkastel-Kues. You might find that taking a break in this town will come in handy, as you may combine your resting time with a visit to the local Castle Landshut or explore the Moselle Wine Museum. Today’s cycling tour will end in Zeltingen, which is less than 7 km away from Bernkastel-Kues.

Day 4: Zeltingen – Zell (approx. 35 km)
The next leg of your bicycle vacations will lead you along the winding valley of the Moselle riverbed, through the green nature and wine growing area of Kröver Nacktarsch, to Traben-Trarbach. Surprisingly for its size, this town has much to offer. Especially amusing is the bicycle museum or the toy museum. You may also cross the river to the fortress Mont Royal, built by the French in 1680-97, or to the Grevenburg Ruin from the 14th century. Another popular attraction is the boat tour on the Moselle River. When you have sufficiently enjoyed this fascinating historical city, you will follow the Moselle bike way through Enkirch to your today’s destination Zell.

Day 5: Zell – Treis-Karden (approx. 47 km)
After you have left Zell, you will cycle through several little towns before you arrive in Beilstein. This small settlement, with a total population of a little less than 140, attracts many visitors thanks to the ruin of the Castle Metternich. With its history dating back to the year 1268, the origins of the castles name lie around the year 1637, when it became the possession of the Lord of Metternich. Getting back on the Moselle bike way, it is only 11 more Kilometers to the town of Cochem. Besides the 11th-century castle, Cochem also has a chairlift, a mustard mill, leisure center and a lovely promenade. When you leave the town and pass through Klotten and Pommern, your final destination for this cycling tour is only a stone’s throw away.

Day 6: Treis-Karden – Koblenz (approx. 42 km)
Your last cycling tour will first lead you to the town Moselkern. Here you will have the possibility to take the winding 4.5 Kilometer long footpath to the Eltz Castle. Even though the climb is said to be fairly challenging, as you have to climb over 100 stairs, the castle will repay your efforts: It is considered to be the most beautiful and astonishing one in the entire Moselle Land! After that, you will get to enjoy the last kilometers of your bicycle vacations along the Moselle bike way until you reach the beautiful city Koblenz.

Day 7: Individual departure or transfer service back to Trier
Before you leave for home, take time for a walk through Koblenz. This unique town, lying on the confluence of Rhine and Moselle, will stun you with its remarkable elegance and style.

Of course you can always extend your bicycle tour along the Moselle with extra nights in Koblenz or Trier. We are very pleased to arrange additional accommodation for you.

This trip is not recommendable for travellers with mobility impairments.

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Preisinfo (nur fuer Gruppen und Weinreisen)

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  • 6 x overnight stay in the booked category with private facilities
  • 6 x continental breakfast
  • Luggage transfer from accommodation to accommodation during your cycle tours
  • 1 package with maps and information material per room (in English language)
  • 24-hours-service-hotline during your cycling holidays

Bookable value-added services for the bike tour Trier – Koblenz 

Please feel free to add the following value-added services to the basic travel package to personalize your cycling holidays from Trier to Koblenz: 

  • Additional nights in Trier and Koblenz
  • Rental bikes or electric bicycles for the duration of the tour (more about our rental bike service)
  • Transfer services from Koblenz to Trier

Prices of these value-added services are detailed under the tab "Quotes".

Further advice on the cycling tour from Trier to Koblenz

Please note that in certain cities along the Moselle Cycle Path between Trier and Koblenz a compulsory city, tourist or occupancy tax is required to be paid. Unless otherwise indicated, these taxes are not included in our prices and have to be paid directly to the hotel.

This trip is not recommendable for travellers with mobility impairments.

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7 days | approx. 200 km | from 465 €

Self-guided cycling holidays along the Moselle Cycle Path

Trier – Koblenz

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As the Moselle bike way leads through towns such as Neumagen-Drohn, Traben-Trarbach or Cochem, you will have the unique opportunity to take a look at the famous Neumagen’s wine ship, the skeletal ruin of the Grevenburg castle from the 14th century, or the fascinating Reichsburg Cochem, built around the year 1000 AD.

Let the Moselle River eternally enchant you!

This trip is not recommendable for travellers with mobility impairments.

[ettappen] =>

Day 1: Individual arrival in Trier
When you have settled in Trier, you can go ahead and explore the city. Longing for a little cultural-historical education, you can visit Trier’s Basilica of St. Constantin or the High Cathedral of Saint Peter in Trier. Both historical buildings are listed as UNESCO world heritage sights and are the pride of the city. Originally built as a part of the High Cathedral of Saint Peter in Trier, Porta Nigra, lying approximately 500 Metres north of the Cathedral, is the largest Roman city gate north of the Alps. As well as the Cathedral, Porta Nigra is also listed as a UNESCO world heritage site and is the symbol of the city Trier.

Day 2: Trier – Trittenheim (approx. 40 km)
As you bike along the Moselle bike way, you will pass many beautiful villages and towns along the way. An ideal time for a break offers itself as you enter Mehring. This small town has an unexpected treasure at its very heart – the remains of the roman Villa Rustica. In the pavilion, with its strong roman character, you can find out about the local archeological findings as well as taking a break to enjoy the nature around. When you have arrived in Trittenheim, we recommend you to take part in the local wine tasting. Along with a tour through the wine cellars, you will get the chance to taste 8 different sorts of wines and have a snack.

Day 3: Trittenheim – Zeltingen (approx. 36 km)
From Trittenheim it isn’t far to Neumagen-Drohn. In Neumagen you have the opportunity to stop and take a look at the famous Neumagen’s wine ship. This roman headstone is said to have been sculpted in the year 220 AD and served as a representation of the profession of the deceased. Returning to the Moselle bike way, the today’s cycling tour will lead you to the next town – Bernkastel-Kues. You might find that taking a break in this town will come in handy, as you may combine your resting time with a visit to the local Castle Landshut or explore the Moselle Wine Museum. Today’s cycling tour will end in Zeltingen, which is less than 7 km away from Bernkastel-Kues.

Day 4: Zeltingen – Zell (approx. 35 km)
The next leg of your bicycle vacations will lead you along the winding valley of the Moselle riverbed, through the green nature and wine growing area of Kröver Nacktarsch, to Traben-Trarbach. Surprisingly for its size, this town has much to offer. Especially amusing is the bicycle museum or the toy museum. You may also cross the river to the fortress Mont Royal, built by the French in 1680-97, or to the Grevenburg Ruin from the 14th century. Another popular attraction is the boat tour on the Moselle River. When you have sufficiently enjoyed this fascinating historical city, you will follow the Moselle bike way through Enkirch to your today’s destination Zell.

Day 5: Zell – Treis-Karden (approx. 47 km)
After you have left Zell, you will cycle through several little towns before you arrive in Beilstein. This small settlement, with a total population of a little less than 140, attracts many visitors thanks to the ruin of the Castle Metternich. With its history dating back to the year 1268, the origins of the castles name lie around the year 1637, when it became the possession of the Lord of Metternich. Getting back on the Moselle bike way, it is only 11 more Kilometers to the town of Cochem. Besides the 11th-century castle, Cochem also has a chairlift, a mustard mill, leisure center and a lovely promenade. When you leave the town and pass through Klotten and Pommern, your final destination for this cycling tour is only a stone’s throw away.

Day 6: Treis-Karden – Koblenz (approx. 42 km)
Your last cycling tour will first lead you to the town Moselkern. Here you will have the possibility to take the winding 4.5 Kilometer long footpath to the Eltz Castle. Even though the climb is said to be fairly challenging, as you have to climb over 100 stairs, the castle will repay your efforts: It is considered to be the most beautiful and astonishing one in the entire Moselle Land! After that, you will get to enjoy the last kilometers of your bicycle vacations along the Moselle bike way until you reach the beautiful city Koblenz.

Day 7: Individual departure or transfer service back to Trier
Before you leave for home, take time for a walk through Koblenz. This unique town, lying on the confluence of Rhine and Moselle, will stun you with its remarkable elegance and style.

Of course you can always extend your bicycle tour along the Moselle with extra nights in Koblenz or Trier. We are very pleased to arrange additional accommodation for you.

This trip is not recommendable for travellers with mobility impairments.

[preisinfo] =>

Preisinfo (nur fuer Gruppen und Weinreisen)

[services] =>
  • 6 x overnight stay in the booked category with private facilities
  • 6 x continental breakfast
  • Luggage transfer from accommodation to accommodation during your cycle tours
  • 1 package with maps and information material per room (in English language)
  • 24-hours-service-hotline during your cycling holidays

Bookable value-added services for the bike tour Trier – Koblenz 

Please feel free to add the following value-added services to the basic travel package to personalize your cycling holidays from Trier to Koblenz: 

  • Additional nights in Trier and Koblenz
  • Rental bikes or electric bicycles for the duration of the tour (more about our rental bike service)
  • Transfer services from Koblenz to Trier

Prices of these value-added services are detailed under the tab "Quotes".

Further advice on the cycling tour from Trier to Koblenz

Please note that in certain cities along the Moselle Cycle Path between Trier and Koblenz a compulsory city, tourist or occupancy tax is required to be paid. Unless otherwise indicated, these taxes are not included in our prices and have to be paid directly to the hotel.

This trip is not recommendable for travellers with mobility impairments.

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7 days | approx. 200 km | from 465 €

Metz (FR) – Koblenz

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The Moselle Valley is one of the most beautiful river valleys in Germany. Famous for its mild climate and its excellent wines, the valley is an ideal region for eventful bike tours. Along the way you will encounter historic villages, impressive castles and fortresses that transport visitors back to past times.

Start your cycle holidays from Metz, whose historic fortification invites visitors to take a stroll enjoying wonderful views. Your bike tour will follow the river to the tri-border region of Germany, France and Belgium. In Perl the cycle path becomes even more excellent and well-signposted. Passing beautiful wine-growing villages with timber-framed houses, you will soon reach the Roman town Trier. Continuing the tour, historic cities like Traben-Trarbach, Bernkastel-Kues and Cochem will greet you on your way to Koblenz.

This trip is not recommendable for travellers with mobility impairments.

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Day 1: Individual arrival in Metz
The French city Metz, capital of the Lorraine region, is definitely worth seeing! In addition to unique buildings, the Old town features various attractions for example the restored old fortifications. We also recommend taking a restful break in one of the cities numerous and large parks.

Day 2: Metz – Perl (approx. 27 - 63 km)
Before you pass the border to Germany in the late afternoon, you can catch a glimpse at the French way of life. Don’t miss out on a taste of French cuisine and a big 'cafe au lait'. These delectations won´t be weighing on your conscience for long as the road between Metz and Thionville will be a lot busier. If you rather want to take it easy we suggest a train ride (direct connection, complimentary bicycles). From Thionville, the Moselle cycle path becomes more reliable and well-signposted. Enjoy your ride in the proximity of the shoreline while passing the Franco-German border.
After arriving in Perl, you can extend today´s journey with a trip to Schengen by ferry. From here you can take a ride to the Roman Villa Borg (5 km east of Perl) and visit the area of scientific excavation sites, which cover an area of more than 7.5 hectares.

Day 3: Perl – Trier (approx. 52 km)
You will keep following the Moselle valley with a beautiful view of vast vineyards to the right and left side of the river. The Mediterranean charm, the picturesque corners and old lanes of Remich will amaze you, being witnesses of a great historic past. Soon you will reach your final destination of today’s bike tour: Trier. Discover the Porta Nigra, the amphitheater, the Imperial Baths or the magnificent cathedral during a leisurely walking tour.  

Day 4: Trier – Piesport (approx. 48 km)
Today´s route along the Moselle cycle path will put the focus on both Roman past and contemporary viniculture. The city of Mehring will give you the opportunity to visit the open-air museum of ‘Villa Rustica’, a manor of the Roman Empire with reconstructed walls and foundations. Later in the day, you will pass Trittenheim, where an educational trail informs about the man-year of the wine-grower, the local variety of grapes and the process of wine-growing. Just before reaching today’s destination, you will pass Neumagen-Dhron, Germany’s oldest wine-growing village.  Treat yourself to a special break and savour some of that wine!

Day 5: Piesport – Traben-Trarbach (approx. 40 km)
The two famous Moselle towns Bernkastel-Kues and Traben-Trarbach as well as the wine-growing resort "Kröver Nacktarsch" are highlights of the today’s bike tour! Be amazed by the picturesque marketplace of Bernkastel-Kues, framed by colorful and various half-timbered houses. In Traben-Trarbach an abundance of buildings with architectural treasures of the Jugendstil and “Belle Epoque” styles will make your evening stroll a very romantic experience.  

Day 6: Traben-Trarbach – Cochem (approx. 55 km)
First intermediate target of the day is Enkirch, a quaint village famous for its half-timbered buildings nestling between steep vineyards and the scenic river. Next you will reach Zell where you can indulge in stunning views of pure nature at its most narrow bend of the Mosel at the Moselle promenade. Take a short break in the small town of Beilstein, proud of its surname “Rothenburg an der Mosel”, before you continue your bike tour to Cochem.

Day 7: Cochem – Koblenz (approx. 49 km)
Passing the neat wine-growing villages like Koben Gondorf ,Winningen or the Deutsche Eck, you will have the chance to visit the Burg Eltz. Nestled in the hills above the Moselle River, this medieval castle grants the experience of the Middle Ages and nature in its purest form!
Sooner than expected you will reach the destination of your cycle holiday: the 2000-year-old town of Koblenz. Surrounded by four low mountain ranges its abundance of cultural monuments and historic buildings, its cozy lanes and narrow alleys and the relaxed atmosphere of its squares make Koblenz a very welcoming town.

Day 8: Individual departure
We would be pleased to organize additional nights in Koblenz, Metz or Trier after your bike tours. Just ask us, we would be happy to make the arrangements!

This trip is not recommendable for travellers with mobility impairments.

[preisinfo] =>

Preisinfo (nur fuer Gruppen und Weinreisen)

[services] =>
  • 7 x overnight stay in the booked category with private facilities
  • 7 x continental breakfast
  • Luggage transfer from accommodation to accommodation during your cycle tours
  • 1 package with maps and information material per room (in English language)
  • 24-hours-service-hotline during your cycling holidays

Bookable value-added services for the bike tour Metz – Koblenz

Please feel free to add the following value-added services to the basic travel package to personalize your cycling holidays from Metz to Koblenz: 

     
  • Additional nights in Koblenz, Metz or Trier
  • Rental bikes or electric bicycles for the duration of the tour (more about our rental bike service)
  • Transfer service from Koblenz to Metz

Prices of these value-added services are detailed under the tab "Quotes".

Further advice on the cycling tour from Metz to Koblenz

Please note that in certain cities along the Moselle Cycle Path between Metz and Koblenz a compulsory city, tourist or occupancy tax is required to be paid. Unless otherwise indicated, these taxes are not included in our prices and have to be paid directly to the hotel.

This trip is not recommendable for travellers with mobility impairments.

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aktiv@augustustours.de

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8 days | approx. 310 km | from 535 €

Further information about our cycling holidays along the Moselle Cycle Route

Welcome to the wine region of the Moselle valley!

Logo of the Moselle River Cycle RouteSpend your bicycle vacation in the most famous wine growing region of Germany: Admire the Roman city of Trier and other famous towns. In the evening you find pleasure in regional delicacies. And don't fail to taste the art of the local winegrowers!

Narrow bends, steep slopes, sun spoiled: the Moselle valley, where spring starts earlier than elsewhere in Germany, not only offer great routes for cycling but also cosy wine villages, castles and framework romance, homely taverns and the Moselle wine light and to taste with leisure!

We would be happy to organize your cycling holidays along the Moselle River

Since 2002 we have been offering cycling holidays as self-guided tours in English language and thereby have gained a lot of experience with foreign travellers. If you are interested in booking a cycle tour along the Moselle Cycle Path we would be glad to become your travel partner! All you need to worry about are arrival, departure and the desire for cycling – the entire rest you can leave up to us!

We will organise the reservation of your hotels, the transport of your luggage, the provision of rental bikes and if necessary further services. If you want to know more about our cycling holidays in general or get more details information about our bicycle trips along the Moselle River, please feel free to contact us!

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