Surrounded by sun-drenched vineyard terraces and steep slate slopes in the heart of the Middle Moselle – the core of the wine-growing region. Here, the Hotel Weisser Bär offers not only wine lovers a wonderful place to stay and enjoy. Each stay at the Hotel Weisser Bär offers you a wonderful experience, full of enjoyment and relaxation, but also activity and adventure. Just as you like it. This is also ensured by the excellent connection to the Benelux countries.

Discover upstream and downstream 365 km of the best hiking route on one of the most varied quality hiking trails, the Moselsteig (a long-distance hiking trail). Or explore the course of the Moselle. Follow its many loops on the 239 km predominantly paved bike route along the Moselle bicycle trail. Mountain bikers enjoy the challenging passages with guaranteed trail enjoyment. Others climb the “Klettersteig” (German for "climbing path"), which rewards you with a fantastic view over the entire Moselle valley. Or if you like tranquility, something that does not make you dizzy, take a boat trip on the river. Enjoy the view of the wonderful Moselle landscape, only waiting to be discovered by you. And throughout the year, world-famous cultural and wine events take place in the many towns and historic wine villages along the vibrant river.

We are happy to advise you on what ever you’re planing to do. Make your holiday dreams come true with us!

Day trips to nearby cities


At every turn, you are literally followed by the Romans in Germany’s oldest city. Everywhere you look, you will meet Roman history in Trier.


Nestled in the picturesque Moselle Valley, lies the romantic town of Bernkastel-Kues. Discover the historic old town of Bernkastel. Or wander across the bridge to Kues, the other part of town.


Less than an hour's drive away, you will find Luxembourg, the city with the same name as the country. It is the world's last sovereign Grand Duchy. Embark on a journey between casemates and UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

Fantastically beautiful Moselle landscapes

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This wine village on the Moselle proudly describes itself as the "oldest wine town in Germany" and is synonymous with special vineyards. The biggest attraction of the town is probably the historical replica of a Roman wine ship.


Nestled in the unique wine landscape is the twin town of Traben-Trarbach and is often referred to as the Pearl of the Moselle. High above the village towers the ruins of the Grevenburg and down by the river gleam the stately Art Nouveau villas.


Surrounded by vine-covered slopes is the important holiday and wine village of Kröv. This beautiful town is already known for its "Kröver Nacktarsch" vineyard beyond the borders.

Activities in the Moselle valley


Whether on the most beautiful hiking trails high above the vineyards or the banks of the river - the Moselle region offers diverse and attractive hiking trails for its visitors. Here, both young and old get their money's worth.


Along the Mosel, a several hundred kilometres long, well-developed cycle path network for long distance bike rides - usually along the river’s bank and no hills.

River cruises

A cruise on the Moselle is a very special experience. From April to October, you will pass world-famous vineyards and the many small Moselle villages on the right and left banks of the river.

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