Moselle Cycle Path

Type: Cycle Route

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The Moselle Cycle Route is one of the most well-known cycling routes in Germany, following the Moselle River from the French border to its confluence with the Rhine River in Koblenz. Covering a distance of around 240 kilometers, cyclists can enjoy the picturesque Moselle landscape and visit historic towns such as Trier, Bernkastel-Kues, and Cochem. The route is relatively flat, making it suitable for less experienced cyclists. Along the way, there are plenty of opportunities to stop for local specialties and excellent wines from the region. The Moselle Cycle Route is a must-visit for nature and culture enthusiasts alike.