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While the Upper Middle Rhine is famous for its history, castles and medieval towns and villages, it is the much lesser known Neckar valley that promises to be the surprise card on this particular tour.What you will discover along the Neckar are ornately decorated half-timbered houses, impressive churches, castles, palaces and many historic monuments.Für aktuelle Informationen könnt ihr auf der Facebookseite des Antifaschistischen Netzwerk Koblenz die anstehenden Veranstaltung einsehen oder den Menschen dort schreiben!Follow two river valleys, riding past the vineyards and half-timbered villages of the Moselle, and experiencing the French ambience and industrial history of the Saar.On the banks of the Saar River, the UNESCO-listed Völklinger ironworks is one of Germany’s most astounding industrial landmarks – you’ll have a chance to explore its dark corridors and climb to the viewing platform by the blast furnace.Following the wide loops of the Moselle from the Roman town of Trier, you’ll tour past sloping vineyards, stopping off to taste fruity wines in half-timbered villages.
On board the MS Patria, your floating hotel for the duration of this 8 day/7 night bike and barge tour, you are in for a very special treat as you explore the most beautiful sections of the Rhine and Neckar Rivers by bicycle.
For the duration of the tour you will live and travel on board the MS Patria, a firm favourite for cycle cruises in this area for many years.
The journey along the Rhine and Neckar Rivers takes you from Koblenz to Bad Wimpfen, with the return trip taking place the following week from Bad Wimpfen back to Koblenz.
The Lahn Valley Railway (German: Lahntalbahn) is a railway line between Niederlahnstein in the German state of Rhineland-Palatinate to Wetzlar in Hesse.
Its western terminus was originally in Oberlahnstein.
On various dates, the MS Patria also sails along the Moselle and Saar rivers from Koblenz to Saarburg and return a week later, with highlights including the ancient city of Trier, Cochem and Bernkastel.