Tourism in the Moselle Valley
The Moselle Valley, “Miselerland” Luxembourgish wine region, can be visited on foot, by car for those in a hurry, by boat, by bike or from one cellar to another …
Only 20 km away from the Luxembourg capital, you will be seduced by this region which offers many activities:
- sports activities with the Iron Man 70.3 Luxembourg Région Moselle, the Schleck Gran Fondo to follow the footsteps of the Luxembourgish cycling champion Frank Schleck or the Remich “Route du Vin” half-marathon,
- cultural activities: discover the wine world, follow the footsteps of the Romans in Dalheim, visit the Butterfly Garden in Grevenmacher, visit the cities of Wasserbillig at the German border and Schengen with its European museum, historic setting of the famous Schengen agreements in June 1985 sealing the removal of borders and the free movement of goods and people within the Schengen Area for the countries European signing the agreement,
- relaxing activities with a day or a week-end at the Thermal Domain of Mondorf-les-Bains,.. and so many other activities!
Boat trip on the Moselle and nautical activities
The river Moselle is the natural border between Luxembourg and Germany. You can practice there water activities such as water skiing or boating. You can also pass your boat license.
Take a cruise on the Moselle river on a boat! Vineyards, villages, hills and forests accompany you at the whim of the waves, passing the locks between Remich and Stadtbredimus, cruise-lunch, etc. You can either take a boat directly at the pier in Remich, or book a cruise on the boat M.S “Princess Marie-Astrid”. You can also rent the boat to organise your event!
Wine and crémant cellars visits
Wine lovers, take time to stop in villages by following the Wine Route “Weinstross” and visit cellars of crémant or Luxembourgish wines and the Wine Museum in Ehnen with its typical winemaker’s house.
In addition to famous cellars of crémant, you will discover small producers of Wines of Moselle. Do not miss the Rieslings of Wormeldange … Guided tours can be organised with producers of the Moselle region by reservation.