Adventurous city tours, puzzling scavenger hunts, Roman and medieval buildings. The towns on the Mosel offer inspiration for explorers of all ages. And excursions into the surrounding region are just as exciting.
SaarburgOff to Saarburg
Saarburg enchants its visitors with the waterfall in its centre, the picturesque maze of alleys and its fascinating castle complex. Kids especially enjoy the chairlift and summer toboggan run!
TrierOff to Trier
Ancient sites from Roman times are the main attractions of this 2,000-year-old Mosel metropolis. And of course Trier also has a lot to offer its younger fans of legionaries and gladiators. There's more that families learn to love about the city.
RuwerOff to Ruwer river
Far away from the cities: the nature experience around the Ruwer river! Cycling, exploring nature, water sports, picnicking ... The area around the small mountain river Ruwer, which flows into the Mosel not far from Trier, has a lot to offer for kids who are hungry for exercise.
Schweich & The Roman Wine RouteOff to The Roman Wine Route
Nature and adventure meet around the town of Schweich on the Roman Wine Route. Here you’ll find everything that’s fun to do on and around the water. You can also go down into the depths or do the opposite and climb to lofty heights. The area around Schweich inspired Celtic tribes and Romans in former times. In short: There’s always something happening here!
Bernkastel-KuesOff to Bernkastel-Kues
With Landshut Castle, the many half-timbered houses and the surrounding vineyards, Bernkastel-Kues is an absolute delight for the eyes – and will amaze even the youngest generation.
WittlichAuf nach Wittlich
Lively shopping town with a good atmosphere – the market square in the old town along with the banks of the Lieser and its playground give the place some flair and a family-friendly vibe. Wittlich, the ‘town of pig burners’, offers a wide range of sports and leisure activities for letting off some steam.
Traben-TrarbachOff to Traben-Trarbach
Traben-Trarbach is a must for wine connoisseurs and famous among architecture fans for its plethora of Art Nouveau buildings. For tours with children, the twin town has other highlights to offer, including the Mont Royal fortress and the high ropes course next to it.
Zell (Mosel)Off to Zell (Mosel)
Wine lovers are well-acquainted with Zell’s most famous site, the “Zeller Schwarze Katz”. But there are also ways for children to follow the animal’s scent and experience plenty of action in general – on the via ferrata, for example or the nearby castle Arras.
CochemOff to Cochem
The town of Cochem and the Imperial Castle take you on a mystical journey through time. But in addition to imaginative journeys through time, there is also tangible action in the here and now, such as at the Wild- & Freizeitpark Klotten (family and leisure park).
Terrassenmosel (Lower Mosel)Off to Terrassenmosel
Far away from the towns: The Terrassenmosel (Lower Mosel). Fairytale dream paths, spectacular castles and charming wine towns. Not far from the mouth of the Rhine, you will learn about viticulture in the noble steep slopes.
KoblenzOff to Koblenz
The city at the confluence of the Mosel and Rhine rivers delights visitors of all ages with action, culture and play. A special highlight: the chairlift across the Rhine from the shore to Ehrenbreitstein Fortress!