Koblenz, the Middle Rhine Valley and the Moselle

Koblenz, the city on the Rhine and Moselle, is only 20 minutes away by car or train. Known for the Deutsches Eck, it offers numerous sights and a wide range of shopping opportunities for young and old. The historic old town invites you to stroll around, while a ride on the Ehrenbreitstein Fortress cable car is a must.

Koblenz is also the start of the uniquely beautiful UNESCO World Heritage Upper Middle Rhine Valley. This is one of the most romantic regions in Germany. Between the Deutsches Eck (German Corner) in Koblenz and the Mäuseturm (Mouse Tower) in Bingen, 29 castles, palaces or castle ruins tell of an important history and are among the most popular excursion destinations in Germany. The legend of the Loreley is widely known. The Middle Rhine Valley is particularly beautiful to discover by boat.

On the Moselle, beautiful vineyards invite you to go hiking. In the picturesque villages, a visit to the winegrower is simply a must.


Limburg and the Cathedral

About 35 minutes by car from Bad Ems, you can get to know Limburg and its historical treasures.

Here you will find a beautiful, romantic, approx. 1,100-year-old old town with many small, owner-managed shops that invite you to take a stroll. A special landmark of the city is the famous St. George's Cathedral on a steep rock above the Lahn. The seven towers of the cathedral tower above the roofs of the old town.

During a boat trip on the Lahn, you can see the wild and romantic landscape of the Lahn valley as well as Oranienstein Castle and the St. Lubentius Basilica near Dietkirchen.