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Where the Rhine and Moselle meander gently through the slate mountains lies the westernmost state in Germany: Rhineland-Palatinate. To the right and left of the banks of the Rhine, idyllic cultural landscapes with vineyards and a historic world of castles have been created in the region's millennia-old history. The Roman Porta Nigra in Trier, the Deutsches Eck in Koblenz, the Maar landscape in the Volcanic Eifel and the numerous impressive churches like the cathedrals of Speyer, Mainz and Worms are all well worth a visit.
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Destinations in Rhineland-Palatinate


Attractions in Rhineland-Palatinate

From the Rhine to the Moselle - the ten regions of Rhineland-Palatinate

From the Eifel to Rhinehesse and from the Palatinate to the Westerwald, there is unbelievably much to discover in the ten regions of Rhineland-Palatinate: Whether you go on a wine journey between Moselle and Rhine, follow the traces of the Romans into historical cities or simply take time for yourself during a spa day.

Exciting outdoor activities in Rhineland-Palatinate

The "Hiking Wonderland" Rhineland-Palatinate offers a variety of predicate, round and long-distance hiking trails. Also included are some of the most famous “Top Trails of Germany,” like the Eifelsteig or the Rheinsteig. Along the rivers Ahr, Lahn or Nahe, a well-developed network of cycle paths awaits guests. Those who are not afraid of high altitudes can climb the heights in the Hunsrück, the Westerwald or the Eifel by mountain bike.

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