The wine-growing town of Koblenz is located at the entrance to the famous Rhine Gorge, at the confluence of the Rhine and Moselle rivers and the meeting point of four mountain ranges. Koblenz has Roman origins, like many of the towns in this part of Germany, and the name today comes from the original ‘Confluentes’....
If anywhere embodies the archetypal German scene, it is the Rhine gorge, all chocolate-box riverside villages, half-timbered houses, vine-shaded pub gardens and window boxes cascading with brilliantly clashing geraniums. Not to mention the castles; fairy-tale structures of turrets and towers, some ruined, some still inhabited, each one gazing out over gravity-defying vineyards. The gorge isn’t...
Germany is as rich in rivers as it is in history. Waterways like the Rhine and Moselle open the door to a range of fascinating destinations right across the country. And we aren’t just talking about iconic cities like Berlin and Cologne. Nuremberg is a true hidden gem. Despite being the second largest city in...
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