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Römisches Verkehrsnetz an der Mosel (Quelle: Wein- und Ferienregion Bernkastel-Kues GmbH )

Ausoniusstraße | Neumagen-Dhron

Around 370 AD, Roman poet DECIMUS MAGNUS AUSONIUS portrays the beautiful Moselle landscape in his “Mosella” poem. He describes a journey on the...

Eisenerzgrube Nothweiler Dahner Felsenland _ 1 (Quelle: Tourist-Information Dahner Felsenland)

Eisenerzgrube Nothweiler | Nothweiler

Once one of the largest of its kind in Europe, Fischbach copper mine offers an insight into how ore was mined in the Middle Ages.

In mining...

Salzmarkt mit Gastronomie (Quelle: Gesundheit und Tourismus für Bad Kreuznach GmbH)

Salzmarkt | Bad Kreuznach

Old Town and Salt Market

 

At the heart of the New Town is the salt market (Salzmarkt). This area between the meat and tanning...

Konstantin-Basilika (Quelle: Trier Tourismus und Marketing GmbH)

Roman Imperial Throne Room (Konstantin-Basilika) (UNESCO World Heritage) | Trier, Stadt Trier

The so-called Basilika, Constantine's throne room, is the largest surviving single-room structure from Roman times. The Romans wanted the...

8949_Burg_Nanstein_Nachtansicht_2017_klein (Foto: VG Landstuhl, Fotograf Hafner, Quelle: Zentrum Pfälzerwald Touristik)

Burg Nanstein, Landstuhl | Landstuhl

Opening hours:

Apr – Sep: 9 am - 6 pm

Oct – Mar: 10 am – 4 pm

Closed in December and on Mondays (except...

Burgruine Schönecken (Foto: Manfred Schuler, Quelle: Tourist-Information Prümer Land)

Burgruine Schönecken | Schönecken

The castle represents the landmark of our place. A walk there is always worthwhile. From here you can enjoy an impressive view of Schönecken and...

Die Ebernburg (Quelle: Gesundheit und Tourismus für Bad Kreuznach GmbH)

Die Ebernburg | Bad Kreuznach

High above the village Ebernburg with its winding alleys lies the fortress of the same name. Ebernburg Castle played an important role in the...

St. Annakapelle (Foto: Touristik-Verband Wiedtal e.V., Quelle: Touristikverband Wiedtal e.V.)

Anna-Kapelle | Breitscheid/Wied

St. Annakapelle, 1767 Mention in the visitation report of the parish of Waldbreitbach. Originally consecrated to St. Hubertus. 1860 - 1869 New...

Burgruine Gutenberg (Quelle: Naheland-Touristik GmbH)

Burgruine Gutenburg | Gutenberg

The parish of Gutenberg was named after Gutenberg castle. The village situated at the bottom of Gutenberg castle was originally called...

Drachenfels (Foto: Friedrich Gier, Quelle: Romantischer Rhein Tourismus GmbH)

Ruine Drachenfels | Königswinter

The castle, built on a hill in the natural conservation area of today, once served as a border fortification and today forms a popular...

Blick in die Ausstellung (Foto: PuK - Museum für PuppentheaterKultur, Quelle: Gesundheit und Tourismus für Bad Kreuznach GmbH)

PuK - Museum für PuppentheaterKultur | Bad Kreuznach

The museum of Puppet Theatre

This unique exhibition brings the history of puppet theatre to life. Over 2500 beautifully crafted figures...

Idyllisch gelegene Burg Pyrmont - © Winfried Lenz (Quelle: Touristik-Büro Schieferland Kaisersesch)

Burg Pyrmont | Roes

OPENING HOURS: SUNDAYS 11:00 AM TILL 16:00 PM

www.burg-pyrmont.de

 

Pyrmont Castle (first mentioned in records in 1225)...

Römischer Steinbruch Kriemhildenstuhl mit Bank (Quelle: Tourist Information und Thermalbad Bad Dürkheim)

Kriemhildenstuhl | Bad Dürkheim

Roman Stone Quarry of “Kriemhildenstuhl”: The most unusual sight to see in this, the best-conserved Roman quarry north of the Alps, is the...

Ansicht die Nürburgring (Foto: Meik Halbach, Quelle: Tourist-Information Hocheifel-Nürburgring)

Nürburg Castle | Nürburg

Nürburg castle is famous not only for the nearby legendary racetrack.

Stadtmauer (Foto: Tourist-Info Otterbach-Otterberg, Quelle: Fremdenverkehrszweckverband Pfälzer Bergland)

Teil der Stadtmauer | Otterberg

Sixty per cent of the city wall of Otterberg is still preserved. This Wall was conceived as a perimeter wall an never intended to defend the city....

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Romantic Germany The wine festival season is in full swing along the rivers Mosel and Rhine. Streets and squares are decorated and there is music everywhere. You can literaly smell the wine from all the booths and parades are marching through the villages. And each year, several wine-princesses are beeing crowned. Where to find the next festival? Right here: https://www.romantic-germany.info/things-to-do/leisure-tips/wine-festivals/ 📷 Dominik Ketz 13. 07. 2018, 12:17

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