Reginald Wright spent five years of his childhood in Koblenz. 25 years later he revisits the Deutsches Eck, the Ehrenbreitstein fortress and the old town.
Where is most of Germany's wine produced? Who began cultivating the vineyards? What extinct volcanoes make the Eifel a natural attraction? Test your knowledge of Rhineland-Palatinate.
The Rhine is particularly beautiful between Koblenz and Rüdesheim. Check-in host Lukas Stege visits the river castles and Lorelei rock, and meets the regional Wine Queen.
The English painter Joseph Mallord William Turner is considered one of the fathers of Rhine romanticism. 200 years after his first trip to the river, tourists can stand on the spots where he captured his views.
Castles are very popular in Germany — but their exact number remains a mystery, as each federal state keeps its own statistics. But a club in Germany wants to put an end to this confusion with a scientific database.
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