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Koblenz & Moselle Castles

Saturday 31 March | 08h00 to Sunday 01 April | 22h00

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Coach pick-up point:
Place Schuman
trip by 4* coach, 1 night in a good 3* hotel based on 2 persons sharing, guided tours at castles, scenic bus tour, river cruise, entrance fees, entrance fees
Members please log in before registering, Non-members are welcome to join us, You can book as long as the [Book now] button is still active, even the evening before departure., For more (last-minute) information don't hesitate to mail us at info@expatclub.org or call 0495-345144.

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We will publish more about this 2-day Easter trip to the historic city of Koblenz, where the Rhein and Moselle rivers meet, as well as final stretch of the beautiful Moselle river, where we will visit lovely villages with half-timbered houses and the famous Burg Eltz castle.

The regular price will be €299, based on 2 persons sharing a room in a nice 3* hotel. Of course we’ll give you a nice early-bird discount if you book early. Pre-registration is easy, just leave your name and email in the fields below, or click on the RSVP button if you are logged in as a member (non-members are welcome to join!). Pre-registering is for free and without obligations.

Koblenz, a major city where the Rhein river meets with the Moselle River

The Deutsches Eck, with a monumental equestrian statue of William I, first German Emperor, with the Koblenz cable car crossing the Rhein River.

The impressive Electoral Palace in Koblenz | by Holger Weinandt (own work), via Wikimedia Commons

Schloss Koblenz with its gardens along the Rhein, part of the 3,5km long Rheinanlagen Park

Beautiful houses along the Rhein river

With 7.600 passengers per hour, the Koblenz cable car holds the record of the world’s highest capacity

Crossing the Rhein by cable car offers some magnificent views

The Ehrenbreitstein Fortress on the right river bank, we’ll go there by cable car | © Holger Weinandt (own work), via Wikimedia Commons

Viewing the city and Rhein river banks from the water is a must

Eltz Castle in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany. It was built in the 12th century and has never been destroyed. It’s a stunning medieval castle.



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Your comments


  1. Fátima Antunes

    Yes 🤗🤗🤗🤗

    1. Edgar Post author

      It’s coming together Fátima! Great suggestion. It was on our long list for a long time already, but it’s just a bit too far for one day, although we will plan a trip later on this year also to Bernkastel-Kues and Cochem (lovely towns too).

  2. Isabelle Korfan-Loy


    Interested in this trip unless I have a family reunion at Easter…

  3. Irina

    Hi Edgar,
    So this trip is not confirmed yet?

    1. Edgar Post author

      We are still working on it Irina. However, at the moment we don’t see so many pre-registrations, so hopefully we can realise this trip soon!