Walk through Germany’s oldest wine region, the Moselle Valley, from the Roman city of Trier to Bernkastel-Kues; a pretty Baroque town and an important centre of Moselle wine production. Fall into the relaxing rhythm of following moderate walking trails each day, working up an appetite for an al-fresco picnic, perched high above the river, before continuing on to your next overnight stop.
Spend the evenings immersing yourself in the region’s wine culture and cuisine, refuelling on meaty regional dishes, marinated in local white wine. As well as being certified one of Germany’s ‘Quality Walking Trails’, the Moselsteig is also a Leading Quality Trail of the European Ramblers Association, so you can expect well signposted, well-maintained trails with beautiful views along the way. Combine all this with traditional towns and renowned vineyards for an unforgettable walking experience.