Wine-tour on the moselle Cyclepath: In close proximity to the river, surrounded by nature, urban, mysterious and spectacular; these are all attributes that describe the Mosel Cycle Path perfectly and which ensure you are never bored. Highlight after highlight can be found on a total of 195 kilometres and 4 stages between Trier and the mouth of the Mosel in Koblenz. The Mosel Cycle Path isn’t really about sporting ambition as the routes, which are mostly asphalted and run separately from the main roads, are relatively flat and without major gradients. Rather, it’s the experience and enjoyment aspects that characterise the Mosel Cycle Path!
All distances are approximate. Due to circumstances beyond control, weather conditions or provisions issued by local authorities, the itinerary may be subject to some changes before and/or during your holiday. For example, along the way you may find temporary deviations/detours caused by roadwork, In this case, please follow the directions posted on site.
Mosel cycle path from Trier to Koblenz:
Day 1: Arrival - Trier
Individual arrival to the oldest city of Germany. Allow the last 2000 years to pass by in a time lapse during a city round trip and discover world-known attractions. In the evening, you can enjoy the unique Riesling wine in one of the traditional wine taverns in Trier, as well as the atmosphere which is steeped in history.
Day 2: Trier - Piesport | Approx. 30 miles / 48 km
Today, the route leads you on the bank of the Moselle through tranquil wine villages. From Trittenheim, you can reach the other riverbank by crossing one of the oldest bridges and view the old, preserved ferry towers. You can enjoy a wonderful view over the Moselle valley from the vineyards above the village. After passing the oldest wine village in Germany, Neumagen-Dhron, you arrive at Piesport. In Piesportan impressively restored roman cellar, dating back to the 4th century, awaits you.
Day 3: Piesport - Traben Trarbach | Approx. 25 miles / 40 km
Today it is worthwhile to take a side-trip to the famous wine village Bernkastel-Kues and visit the beautifull market square, which is surrounded by half-timbered houses. Zeltingen displays a number of grand baroque buildings in Moselle tradition.
Day 4: Traben Trarbach - Cochem | Approx. 34 miles / 55 km
After you leave Traben-Trabah in the morning, you will arrive at the Moselle loop in Zell, called the „Zeller Hamm“. The Marienburg castle, around 900 years old, sits enthroned on the mountain ridge.Countless wine slopes are a cheer to the heart, inviting you to take part in a wine-tasting in one of the traditional taverns. Before you reach Cochem, you can enjoy a wonderful view on Europe’s steepest vineyard, the Calmont. You will arrive in Cochem, known for its imposing fortress complexes as well as for the Reichsburg castle, a landmark of german castle romance.
Day 5: Cochem - Koblenz | Approx. 30 miles / 49 km
After a couple of kiloemters you will reach Moselkern directly along the banks of the Moselle. From there it is worth taking a short detour to the nearby Eltz fairy tale castle. The village of Kobern-Gondorf invites you to linger and have a look at its historic half-timbered houses around the market square. Between the Moselle and parts of the vineyards, the route continues via Winningen to Koblenz. Here the Moselle flows into the Rhine at the Deutsches Eck. An intoxicating panoramic view awaits you on the cable car ride to Ehrenbreitstein Fortress (incl.). The numerous sights allow you to immerse yourself in the varied past of the city. End the day with an evening stroll. Overnight in Koblenz
Day 6: Koblenz - departure
Individual departure from Koblenz
Choose your preferred date: Daily departures from 01.04.22 - 31.10.2023
Our standard when choosing a hotel is high. Our partner-hotels should not only be functionally perfect, but above all offer a pleasant and regional atmosphere. Only now and then does the route force a compromise. We don't accept a cheaper hotel just to get what appears to be a cheap tour price. terranova always mentions the hotel names. You are welcome to check our rating in Michelin or on tripadvisor.
Hotelcategory A - Premium Hotels: On this trip you will stay with terranova in selected hotels and pensions of the 3 and 4 star categories.
The named or equivalent accommodations will be booked depending on availability. There is no entitlement to accommodation in the above-mentioned accommodations. Tourist tax, if due, must be paid on site on this trip.
Hotelcategory B - Standard: Different hotels or wineries in 3 star category.
Tourist taxes, if due, are to be paid on site on this trip.