Treis-Karden is a wine-growing region and holiday destination near Cochem in south-west Germany. It is made up of 17 villages that extend either side of the enchanting Moselle river to the foreland of the Hunsrück and Eifel hills. You'll find our hotel and restaurant with its sunny terrace and spacious parking directly along the Moselle.
Historically speaking this is a wealthy region: remnants of the Roman (Trier!) and Celtic past are waiting to be discovered. In Karden the collegiate church of St. Kastor teaches us all about the former local Christian missionary from whom the church takes its name. The Museum of Religious History displays important discoveries and artefacts from Celtic, Roman and Franconian times, while the village's history as a collegiate parish is preserved in the beautiful old canons' houses.
The oldest City in Germany: Trier
The best way to discover Treis-Karden is by sightseeing by car, motorcycle, bike or boat. For those who love the outdoors, there are marked trails, cycle paths and plenty of water-based activities. Every season this region has plenty to offer: from the bright yellow rape fields and rosy vineyard peaches to the golden autumn of the grape harvest.
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Friendly hotels nearby:
Motorhotel Grafschaft at Veldenz (surroundings of Bernkastel)
Motorhotel Am Vulkanberg at Manderscheid (Vulcan Eifel)