Day 1: Individual arrival to Trier
Trier is regarded as the oldest city of Germany. Numerous Roman monuments are present. Your rental bikes are already stored in the hotel.
Day 2: Trier – Mülheim (34 miles/55 km)
Before you start along the Moselle you should schedule some time to visit the well-known amphitheater as well as the Porta Nigra. An educational trail along your route reports on domestic grape variety. Close to Piesport you will pass Neumagen-Dhron which is Germany's oldest wine village. Taste a glass of wine in Piesport - for sure this could be a nice finish of this beautiful cycle day!
Overnight in Mülheim
Day 3: Mülheim – Traben-Trarbach (19 miles/30 km)
Soon you will reach Bernkastel-Kues where many alleys and colorful half-timbered houses will impress. In any case you should taste the well-known "Bernkastler Doctor" (locally produced wine). Further along the way you will pass the wine growing district named "Kröver Nacktarsch." A boat ride might offer beautiful views of the surrounding vineyards (cost not included in tour price). You have reached your day's destination with Traben-Trarbach. The city offers many architectural masterpieces of art nouveau and Belle Epoch.
Overnight in Traben-Trarbach
Day 4: Traben-Trarbach – Cochem (34 miles/55 km)
Today more vineyards will escort your way. Enkirch is a trinket of half-timbered houses and ideally suitable for a break. Always following the river Moselle you will pass another famous wine growing district which is called "Zeller Schwarze Katz." Cycling over Beilstein, widely known as "Rothenburg on the Moselle River," you will soon roll into Cochem. The charming center and the castle from the 11th century are just some highlights. Take enough time for a visit.
Overnight in Cochem
Day 5: Cochem – Koblenz (34 miles/50 km)
After a short distance you should make a side trip to the medieval castle "Burg Eltz," which counts among the most beautiful and best preserved castles of Germany. Located in the heart of nature it offers magnificent views. Back to the Mosel bike path you pass numerous charming wine villages before you reach your final destination: Koblenz. The center is situated at the confluence of the Moselle River and the Rhine River and is extremely well-suited for a stroll.
Overnight in Koblenz
Day 6: Koblenz – St. Goar (boat) – Koblenz (25 miles/40 km)
After breakfast you start with a boat ride along the river Rhine as far as St. Goar (ticket included in tour cost). You should take some time and visit the mystic "Loreley." Passing Boppard and Lahnstein the Rhine bike path escorts you back to Koblenz.
Overnight in Koblenz
Day 7: Individual departure, transfer back to Trier or extension
In Koblenz there is much to discover. If you are interested, we would be pleased to book some extra nights for you. Our transfer from Koblenz to Trier is very comfortable (not included in tour cost; possible daily with departure at 9:00am directly from the hotel, reservation required at time of booking).