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Mosel River Valley vineyards by Bernkastel-Kues, Germany. Flickr:Megan Mallen

Mosel Bike Tour

8 days from €688

4.5 out of 5

Mosel Bike Tour

Easy–Moderate Bike Tour in Germany, France

This Mosel bike route leads along the border triangle of France, Luxembourg, and Germany. Your route through the Mosel River Valley will feature medieval castles, historic cities, vineyards, and…

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4.5 out of 5

 


Marilyn K.
14 hours ago

Verified Reviewer

Our trip along the Moselle River from Metz France, through Luxemburg, to Koblenz Germany was a fantastic adventure! The route was easy to follow, especially with the GPS coordinates we were provided along with the detailed description of the towns. Our group of four travelled along the river following the mostly paved trail through fields and forests, vineyards, and city trails. The September air was crisp and cool and the vines were rich with clusters of grapes. Traveling comfortably an average of 35 miles on well-maintained e-bikes, we arrived at our destinations with plenty of time for exploration and discovery. Each town had its own charming character. Trier, one of the oldest cities of Germany was an incredible architectural experience with Romanesque arches, palaces and cathedrals. We discovered outdoor markets and enjoyed local Luxemburg cuisine as we learned about the creation of the Schengen agreement which led to the EEU. Old Roman castles dotted the terraced mountains and Read More

Anni H.
12 months ago

Verified Reviewer

Cycling along the river, the journey

Kevin from Trailsnet
7 years ago

Verified Reviewer

This bike tour had it all: great scenery, wonderful food, delicious wine and the perfect itinerary. The rental bike was fantastic, the accommodations were comfortable, the luggage shuttle was reliable & the guidebook was helpful/informative.

I was surprised at how much there was to do and see along the way. Each town was interesting & historically fascinating. Touring this region by bicycle is the only way to go. It allows you to stop in each village/town along the way to sample the food & explore the sites. The guidebook that is provided with your tour is quite helpful; but I encourage you to stop in as many towns as possible, even if they aren't listed in the book. You'll be surprised at the hidden charms you will discover on some of the side roads.

The bicycle route (mostly bike paths) can be found on either side of the Mosel River. And, in most cases, you can't go wrong. Once again, the guidebook provides suggestions for which side to choose. Read More

Sharon Robers
7 years ago

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Mosel trip was excellent. Danube trip, the map and instructions were worse than useless because they were actually wrong in places.