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The beautiful River Mosel is, at 545 kilometers, one of the longest of the Rhine's tributaries, and forms the natural frontier between Germany and Luxembourg. The most beautiful stretch of the Mosel Valley is between Trier and the junction with the Rhine at Koblenz. After passing through the wide Trier basin, it makes its way in innumerable bends through the Rhenish Uplands to enter the Rhine Valley at Koblenz. The ever-changing landscape, particularly between Bernkastel-Kues and Cochem, is marked by a succession of old castles on the slopes of the valley and in side valleys and by a string of lovely little towns and villages.
If you have time, it is recommended to visit Burg Elz, which is accessible e.g. from Hatzenport by taking road L113 or from Moselkern via road K33. See home page of Burg Elz (www.burg-eltz.de/en.html)
This route ends in Zell but the next part will continue the route from Zell to Trier.
You can ride this in either direction. Enjoy the sceneries and stop as many times as possible.
|Published :||12/07/2015 (d/m/y) 18:32|
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