Nestled among the Mosel and vineyards you find Güls. Nature-lovers and hikers feel just as much at home here as do sophisticated connoisseurs
of culinary delights. Cosy wine taverns, high-quality restaurants, and romantic terraces tempt the visitor to taste some of the best Moselwines.
Well signposted hiking routes open up bordering vineyards. Meadows and forests invite you to refreshing excursions with magnificent views into the Rhine valley.
Caught in-between the picturesque landscapes of the Rhein and Mosel and surrounded by four low mountain ranges is the 2000 year old town of Koblenz. Its abundance
of cultural monuments and historical buildings, the cosy little lanes and alleyways, the relaxed and happy atmospheres of its squares and river promenades make Koblenz a sympathetic town where
you will feel right at home.
If you are looking for further information to organize your leisure time, please follow the links above.
Fortress walls and towers, castles, residences, monuments and parks paint a convinving picture of the town's eventful past. Emperors, dukes and kings have
resided in Koblenz. Visitors from all over the world discover the buildings and cultural heritage they left behind. You will get more information about the sightseeing of Koblenz on the official
website of Koblenz. Please klick on the link below.
Koblenz wins a place in hundreds of thousands of hearts every year in August, when it is time for the "Rhine in Flames". Culture and the best of
entertainment are in season all year round in Koblenz. Classical open-air concerts at Festung Ehrenbreitstein or Comedy Events at the Gaukler-und Kleinkunstfestival.
Those seeking tranquility will find it:
in the extensive forests around Koblenz or in the spaciousness of the vineyards.
From the vantage points of the hills, you can enjoy breathtaking views of the Rhine and mosel valley and the extensive wine landscape of the Mosel.