Holidays on the Moselle river and in the border triangle
The Moselle river meanders gently through the valley, across country borders, uniting France, Luxembourg and Germany. Discover the cultural diversity of this cross-border region and spend your time just the way you like it: hiking on the Moselsteig, cycling, visiting historically important locations such as Schengen or Trier, or taking a city trip to Metz or Luxembourg.
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Tips & Recommendations
Would you like to just relax and enjoy an unforgettable time? We are happy to help you find the offer that suits you best. Please feel free to contact us and we will provide you with all the information about events and excursions before your holiday even begins – all according to your individual wishes.
Mondorf Domaine Thermal
The thermal baths in Bad Mondorf offer the most extensive wellness, recreation and health facilities in the greater region. Since 1847, the beneficial effects of the thermal water at a temperature of 36°C have been recognised. It helps to relax muscles, stimulate blood circulation and reduce joint pain or inflammation. Simply dive in and relax.
As the oldest city in Germany, Trier represents the centre of antiquity and has many impressive stories to tell. Explore and admire the city’s Roman monuments such as the Porta Nigra, the Cathedral, the Amphitheatre, the Barbara Baths, the Imperial Baths, the Constantine Basilica and the Roman Bridge, which have been declared UNESCO World Heritage Sites – along with many more attractions.
You will never forget the stunning view of the Saarschleife. It is the landmark of the Saarland and a small wonder of nature. This tree-top trail is 800 metres long and winds its way through beech, oak and Douglas fir trees. The trail continues high above the treetops to the 42-metre-high observation tower, which offers a magnificent view of the valley. The area around the Saarschleife offers many different excursion options.
Visit the world’s only fully preserved ironworks site from the golden age of industrialisation. It is the first industrial monument of this era to be recognised as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and represents an exciting, fascinating place where the past meets the present and the future in a truly exceptional way.
Metz is considered a creative and sustainable European destination. Get inspired and carried away by the dynamism of this innovative city, by its contemporary architecture as well as the magnificent cultural heritage of Gallo-Roman ruins, medieval alleyways and French squares from the 18th century.
The 1000-year-old town of Saarburg is a real gem and is also known as the Little Venice on the Saar. The ruins of Saarburg Castle offer a wonderful panoramic view of the Saar and the town with its half-timbered and baroque buildings. The market square is surrounded by cosy cafés and restaurants offering the perfect spot to spend some quality time. In the middle of the old town, there is a beautiful waterfall that plunges almost 20 metres into the depths.
The Moselsteig was opened in 2014 offering a beautiful trail along the German course of the Moselle river between Perl and Koblenz. It is 365 km long and divided into 24 stages. Our hometown, Palzem, is the first stop along the route when you start from Perl. The second stage is particularly varied, with spectacular vantage points that invite you to stop and take a break. Take in the view during a nice picnic – with a snack and a delightful glass of wine.
Mudam Art Museum
The contemporary art museum in Luxembourg is a place where you can enjoy pure aesthetics. The building itself was designed by world-renowned architect and Pritzer Prize winner Ieoh Ming Pei. Find out more about the exhibitions, collections and events at the museum and plan your visit.
The Amnéville Zoo in France is one of the most beautiful zoos in Europe. It is involved in more than fifteen programmes aimed at providing the animals with a natural habitat. In addition, the park actively promotes the education of visitors on species conservation and it is also known for its legendary shows.