Day 1. Arrival in Trier
Take a look around the city known for its well-preserved Roman buildings, including Porta Nigra, the city's beautiful city port, the Imperial Thermal Baths (Kaiserthermen) and the Basilica of Constantine the Great.
Day 2. To Trittenheim, 42 km
Along vineyards and through idyllic landscapes to Trittenheim, where you have the opportunity to have a tour of a vineyard and hear the story about the year's course on a vineyard, about wine growing and grape varieties (in German). The visit ends with a wine tasting incl. bread. Possible all days at 17.00 - must be booked and paid from home in advance.
Day 3. To Zelttingen, 35 km
First a short bike ride to Neumagen-Dhron, Germany's oldest wine village. After a little sightseeing, you continue on to Bernkastel-Kues. You can also take a small detour inland to Kylltal and the castle ruin Burg Ramstein before reaching the town of Zeltingen.
Day 4. To Zell, 36 km
Another day through outstanding landscapes, with castles and vineyards along the many bends of the river. First on the route is Traben-Trabach, where we propose a boat trip on the Mosel. You'll have plenty of time for this with the day's short stage. From here, you'll continue on to the village of Enkirch with its beautiful, old half-timbered houses, before reaching Zell.
Day 5. To Treis-Karden, 47 km
Today's stage goes through Beillstein, also called "Rothenburg an der Mosel", and on to Cochem with the beautiful Old Town and one of Germany's oldest castles from the 1100 hundreds. From Cochem you'll follow the river to Treis-Karden.
Day 6. To Koblenz, 42 km
In the morning there’s time for a visit to the castle Eltz, before you cycle the last beautiful kilometres through the lovely Mosel Valley to Koblenz. Take a sightseeing trip to "Deutsche Eck", and enjoy the atmosphere in Koblenz where the Mosel flows into the Rhine.
Day 7. Departure Day
Return to Trier or departure from Koblenz.