Traben-Trarbach in the Moselle valley

The woods and vineyards snuggle up to the double city on the left and right banks of the Moselle as if they were a mighty amphitheatre bordered by grape vines. The unforgettable Moselle vineyard landscape is unique, and the breath-taking, steep slate vineyards boost the pulse rate of every wine connoisseur.


If you would like to learn more about the typical Mosel wines, then we recommend that you take a trip along the “Traben-Trarbach Riesling Route.”

An abundance of buildings with architectural treasures of the Jugendstil and “Belle Epoque” styles will make your vacation in Traben-Trarbach a cultural highlight. At the turn of the 20th century, Traben-Trarbach was the second largest wine trading city in Europe after Bordeaux. The enormous prosperity and wealth generated by wine trading formed the basis for widespread new building construction in the patrician style. No less than the Berlin star architect Prof. Bruno Möhring designed many unique Art-Deco buildings which are still in excellent condition today.

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Romantic Moselle Valley

Romantic Moselle Valley

Hillside vineyards, cosy wine village and numerous slopes - discover the Moselle Valley.

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