Experiences to savour

Mosel - A holiday region for lovers of good food and wine!

The Mosel region is an all-round dream come true for those who enjoy the finer things in life: its impressive wine and river landscape is a feast for the eyes. Fruity Riesling wines from top locations and exquisite food, made by creative hands, delight the palate. Enjoy encounters with renowned winemakers and master chefs and tasting excellent wines in stylish vinotheks.

With their historic squares, cultural treasures, architectural highlights and picturesque alleys, our small towns invite you amble through them and enjoy a spot of shopping. Our exclusive high-comfort hotels and wineries with stylishly furnished rooms and suites, nestled amidst lustrous vineyards, are the perfect base for a luxurious break. Time to treat yourself at last; time to indulge.


Did you know...?


amazing winegrowers face the steep slopes every day to harvest the best grapes for their premium quality wines.

60 M.

vines are cultivated in the Mosel wine-growing region – resulting in 8,743 hectares of vineyard coverage.

3,500 ha

of vineyards on steep slopes make the Mosel area the largest steep-slope viticultural region in the world.

68 Degrees

- the Calmont is the steepest sloped vineyard in the world and therefore requires harvesting by hand.

Discover the secrets behind our wine!

What distinguishes the “wine-growing region of extremes”? Who are the amazing winegrowers, who face our steep slopes and produce distinctive, world-class wines here? Take a look behind the scenes and discover the secrets of Riesling, Elbling and Co.

Do you know the right answer?

Test your knowledge of wine!

Wine is royal

Insider tips: The best excursion tips recommended by our wine ambassadors

The election of the Mosel wine queen goes back to a long tradition. A new wine queen has been crowned every year since 1949. Together with her princesses she represents the wine-growing region Mosel. They are modern ambassadors of the Mosel region who represent their homeland with great commitment. As true Mosel girls, they know the best places to visit at the Mosel - real insider excursion tips!

Drei Weinhoheiten sitzen mit Weingläsern in der Hand auf kleinen Höckern in der Vinothek

The stylish life of wine!

Via mosel`- Experience wine architecture without borders!

Collage with the via` mosel logo and on two wineries.

Are you interested in wine & architecture, culture and the terroir of the European Moselle? Via mosel` introduces you to the most beautiful wineries and wine villages between Toul and Koblenz.

About 60 wineries and 20 wine villages with character, known for their remarkable historical or contemporary architecture, invite you to cross borders and discover new architectural and viticultural treasures.

Plan your wine and architecture tour, exploring the iconic wine villages and estates of the Moselle region in France, Luxemburg and Germany.

Go on a culinary voyage of discovery... and find dishes to delight your senses!

Creative. Diverse. Regional.

If you want to really savour fine food on your break from everyday life then a gourmet holiday in the Mosel region is just the thing for you. Hardly any other German holiday region has the density of award-winning premium restaurants that Mosel does. Michelin stars, Gault Millau chef hats, Schlemmeratlas spoons... all of these are well represented in the region. However, some creative Mosel restaurants go quietly about impressing their guests, choosing not to seek the fame awarded by trade magazines, and thrive from word of mouth recommendations.

The perfect accommodation for your Mosel holiday!

Unwind and let yourself be looked after to the highest possible standard! The 4 and 5-star hotels and wineries along the Mosel offer comfort on all levels to suit your individual needs. Exclusive accommodation goes hand in hand here with stylish ambience and outstanding cuisine.


Just one click to your Mosel experience!


Fascinating city experiences in the Mosel region

Do you fancy urban culture and savour? Here you will find our our very personal tips: picturesque old towns for strolling and shopping, cultural highlights and special hosts.

To give you a good overview, we have lined up all city experiences on this line. Pick one and check out our tips.

    Ansicht auf den Wasserfall in Saarburg bei herbstlicher Atmosphäre.


    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!

    Off to Saarburg
    Ansicht auf ein Paar, welches beim Flanieren über den Hauptmarkt in Trier gerade ein Selfie macht.


    The UNESCO World Heritage city was once the seat of Roman emperors and is now a lively university city with many bright and creative minds. All the cultural treasures are within walking distance in the beautiful old town. On the way, you'll have plenty of opportunities to stroll, shop and stop for a bite to eat – not forgetting the nightlife!

    Off to Trier
    Ansicht auf die Burg Landshut in winterlicher Atmosphäre.

    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.

    Off to Bernkastel-Kues & Wittlich
    Ansicht auf eine Frau mit Hut vor der Villa Huesgen in Traben-Trarbach © Reiseblog petitchapeau.de


    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...

    Off to Traben-Trarbach
    Ansicht auf Cochem mit Blick auf die Reichsburg vom gegenüberliegenden Flussufer

    Cochem & Zell (Mosel)

    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).

    Off to Cochem & Zell
    Ansicht auf ein Paar bei einem Selfie vor dem Kaiserdenkmal am Deutschen Eck in Koblenz


    Welcome to the Deutschen Eck! This headland is where the Mosel converges with the Rhine, and where the UNESCO World Heritage Centre of the Upper Middle Rhine Valley begins. The cosy old town and extensive river promenade are located alongside one another. Ideal conditions for strolling, shopping and enjoying yourself! Tip: take the cable car up to the Ehrenbreitstein Fortress Cultural Centre...

    Off to Koblenz

Wine festivals & wine events – typically Mosel!

The very special atmosphere of the Mythos Mosel event captivated us right on our very first visit. […] It was an exciting journey to embark on. […] That's why we will definitely come back to Mosel.

Carina from the Foodistas

There’s always something to celebrate along the Mosel! Wine and street festivals, wine cellar open days and wine events – just some of the best ways to taste and enjoy Mosel wines.

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