Western Germany is the home of the low mountain ranges of the Hunsruck, Westerwald and Eifel regions; the Mosel wine country; and the scenic beauty of Sauerland. Its vines, dells and plateaus beckon the nature enthusiast but also the traveler seeking peace and a relaxed setting.
The Mosel Valley is Germany's wine country. Follow its 'Wine Road' over its 125-mile course, and you'll find endless wine bars and cellars allowing you to sample the region's bounty. It's a great road to enjoy by cycle or on foot, taking your time as you soak in the scenery and leave yourself plenty of time for stops.
The Sauerland is a cradle of nature in Germany. The rich greens of summer in the valley as well as the gold and purple hues of the fall make it a treasure trove of beauty throughout the year. Cozy towns and villas dot the area, which is known for its dipstone caves as well as skiing and bobsledding. And though hills, valleys and meadows take are the hallmarks of Sauerland brilliance, the area also offers fascinating old churches, museums and festivals. The area is a bonanza for the traveler seeking breathtaking landscapes and exhilarating activities.
The central highlands of the Eifel region were shaped by volcanic patterns in the Cenozoic Period, and left in their wake a series of craters in which formed lakes. The extinct volcanoes of the region are also a highlight as are the Celtic and Roman reminders left in the form of monasteries, villas and ruins.
Whether it's camping in Hunsruck, enjoying a cottage in Westwald or a villa in Sauerland, we feature your perfect style of lodging when the day's wanderings throughout Western Germany come to an end.
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