City Breaks

The romantic cities of Trier, Koblenz, Mainz, Worms, Speyer, Neustadt/Weinstraße and Idar-Oberstein – all boasting a wealth of history, all situated along or close enough to the Rhine and Moselle rivers and all of them marked by legendary castles and palaces, mighty cathedrals and churches, crooked old streets and modern shopping arcades, alluring culinary specialities and world famous wines. Sparkling moments are guaranteed ... !


Trier Romance & History

Take a short relaxing break on the Moselle river and experience the romance and fascinating history of Germany‘s oldest town. Stay in a well-appointed double room in a 4-star hotel in Trier where hospitality comes as second nature.

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Idar-Oberstein Romance & Gemstones

The cradle of worldwide gemstone manufacturing waiting to be experienced. Prospecting, grinding, forging, marvelling and enjoying. Welcome to a magic world.

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Neustadt - Half-timber at its finest

The historical old part of Neustadt an der Weinstraße has more half-timbered houses than anywhere else in the Palatinate and is located at the entrance to the UNESCO Pfälzerwald Nature Park biosphere reserve.

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Mainz - On the trail of Gutenberg

Come to Mainz, learn the fascinating history surrounding the ‘Man of the Millennium,’ and discover more about this city on the Rhine.

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Worms Romance & Treasures

In Worms you stay in a deluxe suite at the four-star Prinz Carl Hotel, where a candlelight dinner awaits you on the evening of your arrival. Discover the city's cultural highlights the following day.

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Flirting in the Palatinate

Surprise your loved one with a romantic stay here in a 3-star hotel in Speyer, the Cathedral and Emperor city.

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