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Along the Mosel Cycle Path


​​​​​​​The Mosel Cycle Path runs 248 kilometres along the Mosel river, past world-famous vineyards, medieval wine villages and the impressive castles of the Mosel region. From Perl on the German French border to the Deutsches Eck in Koblenz, cyclists can expect to see one of the most stunning wine and river landscapes in Europe.

The Mosel Cycle Path: Scenic winding trails from start to finish - a cycling tour to be enjoyed

The Mosel Cycle Path is a cycle route with a safe infrastructure and excellent signposting. The entire stretch of the 248-kilometre-long route between Perl and Koblenz has been signposted since 2007 and in 2016, a region-wide quality management service provider has been responsible for its regular high-standard maintenance. Information about the Mosel Cycle Path is easily accessed and the “Audiopoints Along the Mosel Cycle Path” audio tour offers a high-quality digital service for cyclists wanting to experience the path in a lively and engaging way. The audio tour provides insight into scenic features and top attractions along the wayside in German, English and Dutch. An interactive tour planner and the latest tips, available accommodation and cycling offers are available at  

The Mosel Cycle Path - a scenic tour where river, vineyards and history intertwine

A cycle tour along the Mosel Cycle Path is always one of enjoyment and perfectly adapts to the individual wishes and needs of those cycling. No other German wine-growing region offers such a stunning natural contrast between breathtaking steep slopes and charming river valleys whilst also hosting an abundance of historic and cultural landmarks. However, riding along the Mosel Cycle Path doesn’t require mastering these slopes as most sections are surfaced with asphalt and separate from road traffic. The towns of the Mosel lie close together and offer a wealth of cycle-friendly accommodation, rental and recharging stations, storage facilities and stops for special bike buses. All this allows cyclists to plan their tour stages easily according to their fitness levels and their interests. The ten short stages offered by Mosellandtouristik are perfect for personalised travel planning. For anyone simply wanting to get on their bike and leave the planning to professionals, the exclusive cycling packages from Mosellandtouristik, such as the “From Perl to Koblenz: the big tour” package, are just the thing. On the week-long trip, cyclists discover the entire Mosel Cycle Path via five one-day tours. There is also plenty of time left over for sightseeing and enjoying culinary delights. The full tour costs from 499 Euros per person and includes seven overnight stays, dinner, a guided tour of Trier, a boat trip and a cable car ride with admission to the Ehrenbreitstein Fortress. More information: www,




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