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Cruising the Moselle River

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The Moselle River, which is a tributary of the Rhine flows through France, Luxembourg, and Germany. River cruising in the region is a popular option for those looking for more remote places to visit.
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Koblenz, Germany
Charles de Gaulle once famously remarked on the difficulties of governing France, with its 246 different kinds of cheese. That’s nothing compared to Germany, with an estimated 600 types of bread and 1,200 types of pastries and rolls. German...
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Luxembourg City, Luxembourg
1. The “Luxembourg Question.” Throughout European history this question came up whenever any upheavals were present. What do we do with Luxembourg? This tiny country has been passed through the hands (also fought for) of France, Germany, Spain, ...
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75006 Paris, France
Located in the 6th arrondissement, the Jardin du Luxembourg is the second largest park in Paris. It is teeming with blooming flower gardens, flowing fountains, historical buildings, a few smoking teenagers and yes, enormous sculptures of horses.
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29 Waistrooss, 5450 Stadbriedemes, Luxembourg
This vineyard rest directly behind Hotel l'Ecluse in the Mosel Valley region of Luxembourg. Known for their Crémants, the Luxembourg equivalent of Champagne, this region not only allows for Eco-friendly hotels but delicious drinks as well.
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18 Place d'Armes, 1136 Luxembourg
In one word – breathtaking. This is Luxemburg City's main plaza and municipal building. The square is surrounded by numerous cafés and restaurants, all with pavement terraces in the summer months. It has become the city's main center, with music...
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54290 Trier, Germany
The very idea of a spa getaway was born in Germany. Spa towns like Baden-Baden, Wiesbaden, and other 19th-century wellness retreats became the models for resorts across Europe and the United States. Some of those original grand old hotels are...
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Porta-Nigra-Platz, 54290 Trier, Germany
Considered the largest Roman city gate north of the Alps, the Porta Nigra has been designated a World Heritage Site.
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Koblenz, Germany
Koblenz was a Roman town. This statuary column in Josef-Gorres Platz recounts that history, with the base depicting the first settlers who rowed up the Rhine (or the Mosel, the intersect here). There are lots of restaurants nearby and it's just a...