Things to see and do - Koblenz
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Koblenz Travel guide
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Koblenz initially flourished because of its advantageous position at the confluence of the Rhine and Moselle. After the French Revolution, it took in a number of refugees. In 1794, Republican troops occupied the left bank of the Rhine, and in 1798 the city became the préfecture of the Rhine-and-Moselle département. Today, the city offers numerous leisure activities: river excursions, its animated summer festival, the taverns in its «Wine Village» and walks in the pretty old town.
Tourist attractions Koblenz : Things to see and do
A drive up the Rhine Valley from Koblenz will take you past a series of fortified towns built in the shadow of imposing fortresses. Schloß Stolzenfels may be 19C, but the town of Boppard is in fact typically medieval. You will then go past St Goar an..
From the top of the pediment (107 steps) of Wilhelm I's statue, there is a view over the city and the right bank of the Rhine, dominated by the fortress of Ehrenbreitstein.
The original 10C fortress, which belonged to the archbishops of Trier, was destroyed by the French in 1799. The Prussians, who had ruled the Rhineland since 1815, built this powerful fortified stronghold between 1816 and 1832.
Clemensstraße 1 D - 56068 Koblenz
Prix Prices from : 71 €
This listed 3-star hotel is located directly next to Koblenz’s Stadttheater theatre, just a 5-minute walk from the Rhine and Moselle rivers and the Deutsches Eck park, where both rivers meet. Dating from 1786, the family-run Hotel Trierer Hof offers..
Konrad- Adenauer Ufer D - 56068 Koblenz
Prix Prices from : 72 €
This hotel is located in the town of Koblenz along a picturesque stretch of the Rhine, a few minutes’ walk from the Deutsches Eck with the impressive Kaiser Wilhelm I memorial. The 3-star Hotel Haus Morjan offers non-smoking rooms featuring a TV, mi..
Von-Werth-Straße 9 D - 56068 Koblenz
Prix Prices from : 49 €
Hotel Jan van Werth is located in Koblenz. It offers free Wi-Fi access is available. The hotel is 400 metres from Löhr-Center, 500 metres from Forum Confluentes and 500 metres from the Electoral Palace, Koblenz. Other facilities offered at the prop..
Kastorstr. 3 D - 56068 Koblenz
The well known Koblenz duo of Rudolf (Rudi) Staiger and Melanie Scharpmann has moved from their Historischer Weinkeller to the banks of the River Moselle. Set over two floors in a modernised and extended inn dating back to 1490, the dishes on offer i..
Wolfskaulstr. 94 D - 56072 Koblenz-Güls
This restaurant is a favourite choice for business meals and private occasions alike. The high-backed upholstered chairs in apple green and the modern decorative touches set the tone.
Münstr. 3 D - 56068 Koblenz
The setting and the cuisine here share a characteristic bistro feel and the service is friendly and informal. All in all a pleasant, casual restaurant to eat fresh cuisine with a Mediterranean touch. In the evenings you will also find a set menu chal..
Mayener Str. 126 D - 56070 Koblenz
Sample Mike Schiller's punchy, flavourful classic cuisine with a gentle Mediterranean influence selected from the small à la carte options or the four-course Confluentia Global set menu. Eat in the winter garden or on the lovely terrace sheltered fro..
Danziger Freiheit 3 D - 56068 Koblenz
Not far from the Deutsches Eck, a spit of land formed at the confluence of the Rhine and Moselle rivers, the historic Blumenhof lies behind ancient walls. Here too you will find the entrance to this modern, minimalist-style restaurant with its lovely..
Firmungstr. 32b D - 56068 Koblenz
With its high ceiling, large windows, tasteful decor and impressive bar, both the setting and the interior here are reminiscent of an upmarket brasserie. The food is modern, sophisticated and without frills but full of finesse and wonderful contrasts..