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The Moselle (also spelt Mosel) river winds its way through the beautifuul wine regions of France, Germany and Luxembourg. There are many castles and palaces along the river for you to explore, as well as picturesque towns and villages including Trier, Bernkastel-Kues and Koblenz.
The terraced vineyards of the Riesling grape are the main attraction here and you can be sure to get the chance to taste the local vintage during your journey. Walking and cycling are great activities in this region as they allow you to really take in the delightful scenery and local culture.
Moselle River Factfile
- The Moselle is a river that rises in the Vosges mountains and flows through north-eastern France, Luxembourg, and western Germany
- It is 545 kilometres (339 mi) long, with a basin size of 28,286 km2 (10,921 sq mi)
- The Moselle River’s chief tributaries are the Madon, Orne, and Sauer (French: Sûre) on the west and the Meurthe, Seille, and Saar (French: Sarre) on the east
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