I come out as a Koblenz fan. Whether in the summer at the Deutsches Ecke a walk or a visit to a beer garden, whether a beer exchange or other cultural events, whether a starting point for hikes, whether looking for historical traces, Koblenz has so much to offer!
February 23, 2020
You should explore Koblenz on foot, along the banks and over the bridges of the Moselle and Rhine, through the old town and with the cable car up to Ehrenbreitstein.
In addition, take advantage of the possibilities of visiting beer gardens, wine bars or the nice and good restaurants (do not have to be directly on the banks of the Rhine) and simply let this city affect you.
December 17, 2020
Koblenz (until 1926 Coblenz; dialect: Kowelenz) is a city in northern Rhineland-Palatinate.
With around 114,000 inhabitants, it is the third largest city in this federal state after Mainz and Ludwigshafen am Rhein and forms one of its five regional centers (the others are Trier and Kaiserslautern).
Koblenz ranks 68th among the largest cities in Germany.
Koblenz is the seat of the Koblenz campus of the Koblenz-Landau University, the RheinMoselCampus of the Koblenz University of Applied Sciences, the administration of the Mayen-Koblenz district, the North Structure and Approval Directorate (Koblenz district government until 1999), the Federal Archives, the State Main Archives, and the Rhineland-Palatinate Constitutional Court as well as the Federal Office for Equipment, Information Technology and Use of the Bundeswehr.(Source: Wikipedia)
March 12, 2021
Koblenz is not only one of the oldest cities in Germany, but also one of the most diverse: churches, castles, palaces and historic townhouses tell stories from bygone times, winding streets and squares invite you to stroll and linger.Numerous museums offer a spectrum that ranges from French art of the 20th century to archaeological finds from various epochs to an interactive journey into the world of Rhine romanticism.Germany's first tricable gondola promises a breathtaking ride across the Rhine up to the Ehrenbreitstein Fortress, the second largest preserved fortress in Europe, and at the same time offers an incomparable view of the UNESCO World Heritage "Upper Middle Rhine Valley".
March 18, 2021
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