Do you fancy urban culture and enjoyment? Here you will find our very personal tips: picturesque old towns for strolling and shopping, cultural highlights and special hosts.
Our small towns:
SaarburgOff to Saarburg
Our “Little Venice”! Little Venice because the picturesque old town is not only traversed by a stream, it also features a thundering waterfall. Saarburg, one of the oldest hilltop castles in Germany, towers over everything. The perfect place to stop, stroll, enjoy culture and Saar wine!
Bernkastel-Kues & WittlichOff to Bernkastel-Kues & Wittlich
Bernkastel-Kues is famous for its renowned wineries, its half-timbered houses and its sights. The ideal place for a leisurely stroll and some fun. The ruins of Landshut Castle, once an important Roman fortress, tower over everything. Why not also take a trip to the old town of Wittlich. Two well-known artists show here important works of art.
Traben-TrarbachOff to Traben-Trarbach
Architectural art nouveau treasures are a special feature of this city. There is even a noble art nouveau hotel with first-class cuisine! There is also a oenophile "Unterwelt" and the impressive Buddha Museum. Goethe and Apollinaire were previously guests of the Baroque Villa Böcking. And there’s still more to see...
Cochem & Zell (Mosel)Off to Cochem & Zell
The two towns are known for delightful wine consumption. The magnificent Reichsburg castle watches over Cochem, and in the “Unterwelt” you can uncover a great state secret... There are completely new sensory experiences on offer in Zell: Can our eyes and ears trick our palates? Just give it a try: Light and musical wine tasting in Zell (Mosel).