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The Moselle Cycle Path

From £745.00
7 Days & 6 Nights
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The Moselle Cycle Path

  • Relaxed hassle-free cycling through Germany's most famous wine growing vineyards
  • Wine tasting at one of the many small cellars en route
  • Explore the Roman City of Trier
  • Wander the half-timbered streets of historic towns along the way
  • Tuck into delicious regional specialties each night
Enjoy a relaxed cycling holiday through Germany’s most famous wine growing area on the Moselle Cycle Path. Journey along the Moselle River accompanied by with fabulous food, wine, castles and charming villages of medieval half-timbered houses. The Roman city of Trier, founded in 16BC, is arguably Germany’s oldest city and overflows with classical and historical sights, including the Imperial Thermal Baths. As you pedal north from Trier you are immersed in a landscape of forests, vineyard-covered hills and villages of medieval half-timbered houses. The Moselle Cycle Path takes you through the towns of Bernkastel Kues, Traben Tarbach, Cochem, Neumagen Dhron (the oldest German wine town) and Enkirch, a jewel of the regional medieval ‘Fachwerk’ (Tudor style) architecture. Perfectly suited to those that enjoy cycling on dedicated cycle paths with very few hills, riding the Moselle reveals a treasure trove of Germany's ancient history.

Itinerary

Day 1 Arrive in Trier Day 2 Cycle Trier to Trittenheim 26.5 miles / 42 km Day 3 Cycle Trittenheim to Zeltingen 22 miles / 35 km Day 4 Cycle Zeltingen to Zell 22.5 miles / 36 km Day 5 Cycle Zell to Treis-Karden 29.5 miles / 47 km Day 6 Cycle Treis Karden to Koblenz 26 miles / 42 km Day 7 Onward Travel
THIS TRIP'S CARBON SCORE

This trip has a carbon score of 8kg per person per night, meaning it’s one of our best trips! For comparison, a carbon count of 8kg is equivalent to 12 pints of local beer at the bar. Here at Macs, we pride ourselves on being a responsible travel company and continue to adopt, develop and innovate ways to positively impact the environment. Find out more information on how we've carbon counted our trips.

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