Love This Town!

There may not be a lovelier scene in Germany than the town of Cochem, couched in the high, vine-clad slopes of the Moselle Valley.

The town of half-timbered houses, scurrying streets and medieval gates is on a loop in the river, under the steady watch of the Romantic Reichsburg castle.

The Moselle cuts through two hiking paradises, the Eifel and Hunsrück ranges, while there’s a trail along the valley threading through vineyards and past Medieval castles to Koblenz or Trier.

Or you can take it easy, sipping local Riesling on the town’s half-timbered squares and kicking back on a cruise on the Moselle.


Kiss you,



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  • Reply Volker December 13, 2018 at 12:28 pm

    Thanks for the beautiful pictures from Cochem. My grandfather was born near Cochem, I visited Cochem twice. I’m so in love with this town and the people there. Did you stay there for a longer time? Greets from South Germany, Lorn.

    • Reply raluca December 16, 2018 at 4:10 pm

      It’s a great place!
      People are wonderful, but wine is incredible….hahahaha

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