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Moselle River Region eBike Rental from Kesten
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Moselle River Region eBike Rental from Kesten

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Explore the highlights along the Moselle River with full-day eBike rental. Choose a standard eBike for a leisurely tour, a sports eBike for something more lively, or a Bull for tackling rougher terrain. Whatever you pick, traverse the area with ease thanks to the electric motor. You decide on the route and itinerary. Pedal past 18th century architecture, visit a castle, stop by a quiet wine village, and more.
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Alfred V wrote a review Sep 13
Amsterdam, The Netherlands2,748 contributions335 helpful votes
This area is romantic, scenic, historic, relaxed and has a few of the cutest towns and splendid panoramas. Highlights for us were Traben-Trarbach, Bernkastel, Burg Eltz and Cochem.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Christian M wrote a review Aug 2020
Copenhagen, Denmark1,793 contributions508 helpful votes
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Mosel is a river and a district in Germany - and a must-see if you love high quality white wines. Moseltal or Mosel Valley is a beautiful area with fine old cities. You should at least visit Bernkastel-Kues, Cochem, Zell and Traben-Trarbach. There are many ways to do Mosel Valley: By car, by bike (also electrified), by foot (many, many fine trekking paths) and by boat (eat, drink, sleep on board). Most important is tasting the fine wines of Mosel. Most famous grape is Riesling, but also try Weisser Burgunder and Grauer Burgunder. If you fancy the elegant sweet dessert wine, try auslese and beerenauslese. In every little city you’ll find signs on houses saying: Weingut (vineyard). Here you can often try wine for free. ‘Probe’ or ‘probieren’ means try. ‘Verkauf’ means for sale. Of course the nice people of Mosel hope that you buy a bottle or two when you have tried their wines for free - but you don’t have to buy. Foodies will love Mosel Valley, too. Best restaurant in the area is Restaurant Schantz (2 Michelin stars). Book at least one month in advance to be sure. Prices are reasonable considering that the chef is a genious. Best wines - in Restaurant Schantz and in the Mosel Valley as such - comes from Weingut Peter Lauer. World class!
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Hilary R wrote a review Aug 2020
Hitchin, United Kingdom89 contributions18 helpful votes
Enjoy the views of this beautiful river, flanked by rolling hills covered in vineyards. The road follows the river for miles and there are plenty of places to stop and just watch the world pass by.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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mogensen2018 wrote a review Jul 2020
Copenhagen Region, Denmark678 contributions22 helpful votes
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I visited the Moselle and Bernkastel – Kues almost 40 years ago. Not much has changed - it's still a great experience to drive along the river while the vineyards fill the mountainside - sometimes on both sides of the river. Next time I will do it by bike.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Wiseolly wrote a review Jan 2020
Wallasey242 contributions117 helpful votes
Mosel valley for Christmas was a new experience and we certainly enjoyed the experience from architecture to vinyards to towns and the city of Trier. If you go by coach, train, boat or car then you will find lots of excuses to stop and even more excuse to move on to discover somewhere interesting and another gem. Delightful area with a daily surprise. Well worth the trip.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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