Rhine Valley is blessed with several strikingly beautiful villages
14th-century Bacharach is perhaps the most charming village in the region.
This settlement is known for its photogenic old town filled with half-timbered houses, medieval towers, and a 12th-century church.
The old town of Cochem hasn’t changed much since the Middle Ages.
The town’s focal point is the magnificent Reichsburg overlooking the Moselle River.
Koblenz is the gateway to the vineyards and castles of Rhine Valley.
The 2027-year-old town is situated at the confluence of the Moselle and the Rhine rivers.
Main sights include the German Triangle and an imposing fortress.
Rhineland-Palatine The Land of Root and Wine