The Vineyards on the Moselle

Day 1 Arrival

By train to Metz - the city of culture. Check in your **** hotel and receive your bikemaps and tourdescriptions. Metz is the Capital of Lotharingen and for sure worthwile visiting with its beautiful gotic Stephanscathedral and Arsenal. If your travel by private car you can park at the edge of the city.

Day 2 Perl (65 km)

Along the Cycle Route  to Thionville and through the narrow valley  till the German border at Schengen and than cycle to Perl. If you would rather, take the train from Metz to Thionville (takes about 25 min., ticket cost approx. € 12,- on site, this journey takes only 28 km by bike).  

Day 3 Trier (51 km)

Through Grevenmacher (with butterfly garden) and Oberbillig to reach our destination for the day. Triers is with 2000 years of age one of the oldest roman cities with many leftovers from that period like the Porta Nigra and the Aula Palatina.

Day 4 Trittenheim (45 km)

Following the bighty Moselle, sometimes at the left  shore and than again at the right shore to the village of Trittenheim. You will enjoy the view at historical villages, vineyards , hills with vines and old castles.

Day 5 Traben Trarbach (53 km)

The beautiful form of the Moselle bights determines the shape of the landscape we see today. Passing Bernkastel-Kues, one of those pittoresque wine-villages  with the old marketsquare and the wine-museum  to the wine-growing town of Traben Trarbach.

Day 6 Traben – Cochem  (59 km)

Cycling past Calmont (location of the steepest vineyard in Europe) and the famous wine-village Zell  and throuh Beilstein, knows as the Rothenburg an der Mosel onwards to Cochem.

Day 7 Koblenz (51 km)

Passing by numerous castles of Pyrmont, Eltz, Bischofstein and Thurant to reach the final destination of your journey in Koblenz. Of course in Koblenz you will visit the famous spot “Deutsche Eck” where the Mosel kisses the Rhine.

Day 8 Journey home

By train from Koblenz.

Tip: Start this tour from Koblenz with a transfer to Metz and cycle back Koblenz.

You will stray in good middleclass hotels at or near the cycling route. All the rooms have shower and toilet. Your luggage will be daily transported from hotel to hotel and will be  waiting for you upon arrival.

Travel dates 2019

  prices p.p.
25-05  € 599
07-07  € 639
Start at friday or saturday weekly from 25/5 till 15/9  



Double room with shower/toilet
Daily bed/breakfast
Cycling routes and descriptions
Luggage transport (incl. insurance with liability up till € 700)
Returntransfer Koblenz-Metz by train (excl. bike)
24/7 phone hotline 



Single room € 145
Half-board ( 7 x 3 cours dinner) € 155
Rental bike   € 55
Rental E-bike € 150


Not included

Returntransfer Koblenz – Metz by coach (only on Friday and Saturday)
Reservationcosts € 20 (per booking)
€ 2,50 Calamiteitenfonds per booking



8 DAYS Cycling along the Vineyards on the Moselle Cycle Route from the French border to Trier.

The scenery along the Moselle river is characterised by sunny vineyards, steep hillsides, picturesque wine villages and romantic towns. The Moselle cycle route follows the course of the river, offering not only beautiful panoramas but is also almost climb-free. The international Moselle Cycle Route starts in France reaching Germany in Perl. Near Trier, where the Saar flows into the Moselle, it meets the Saar Cycle Route. Trier is Germany's oldest town and a great place to explore Roman history. The route then follows the course of the Moselle downriver towards Koblenz, through remarkable vineyard scenery with many cultural treasures to explore.

  • I enjoyed to Danube tour very much- the weather was beautiful- the company was enjoyable. JC. Zeyl, Canada
  • Bob and I think about our adventure frequently including all the great locations we rode thru on our bicycles. L. Carter, USA
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