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Monday, August 3, 2020

Rhineland-Palatinate , Germany


Destinations in Rhineland-Palatinate (3)

  • The Loreley Valley, Germany

    The Rhine Valley from Kaub to Boppard is often called the Loreley Valley. Here the river is at its narrowest, flows fastest, and the valley is at its steepest, with the most dramatic scenery and several castles. The whole stretch of the Rhine...

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  • The Mosel Valley, Germany

    The 545-km (325-mile) Mosel River is one of the longest tributaries of the Rhine. It is a meandering river with a steep valley often more dramatic than the wider Rhine. Like the Rhine, its valleys are planted with vines and castles lurk at every...

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  • The Rhine Valley, Germany

    The Rhine River is arguably Europe’s most famous and most important waterway, from its source in Switzerland to its end in the Netherlands, with the stretch from Basel downriver completely navigable. However, the romantic Rhine of castles,...

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