We would like to make your stay with us and in Cochem on the Moselle as pleasant and safe as possible. Our usual good hotel service will probably be possible again from 2 June 2021. Of course, we will still observe the applicable legal requirements. But from June onwards, the restrictions will probably be much more pleasant for everyone in order to enable you to enjoy a wonderful holiday on the Moselle.
Therefore, we have decided to reopen our house from 2 June 2021.
We are very much looking forward to welcoming you! Make your reservation already today
Should there still be official travel bans, we offer a free cancellation. Stay optimistic, as we do, and above all, stay healthy.
Family Johann & the whole team
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12 reasons for holidays at the Mosel in Germany
such as Koblenz on the Rhine and Moselle, Cochem, Zell on the Moselle, Traben-Trarbach, Bernkastel-Kues, the oldest city in Germany Trier, the city of Luxembourg are all easily reached by car or train from Cochem
Romantic wine villages
such as Winningen, Alken, Beilstein, Ernst, Ediger-Eller, Enkirch, Kröv, Wehlen, Graach and many more are all easily accessible from Cochem
on the Moselle trail with its side-steps in Cochem. 365 kilometres of quality hiking trail through the MOSEL wine culture country. Hiking > Through the Wilde Endert< on the most beautiful hiking trail 2019 in Germany. Or hiking on the Moselle adventure route with its theme trails. The Moselle trail "Cochemer Ritterrunde" (Cochem knights' round)
this Mosel sidewalk high above the city of Cochem has everything you could wish for on a trip along the Mosel: Defiant castles, Moselle slopes covered with vines, striking cliffs, magnificent river panoramas, wonderful forest passages and at the end a picturesque old town awaits you, where you can enjoy the famous Moselle Riesling. A perfect round for all those who are looking for something special, who want to dive into a unique cultural landscape whose character can best be discovered by hiking. Only 20 km from Cochem in Mörsdorf you will find one of the most beautiful and largest hanging rope bridges in Germany. >Die Geierlay< A special experience during a Hunsrückhike
Cycling, Bicycle Hiking, Mountainbiking
More than 1000 kilometres of beautiful Moselle cycle paths in the Moselle valley will delight you. Especially the 248-kilometre-long premium Moselle cycle route from Perl/Trier to the German Corner in Koblenz. The Moselle cycle path is known to be one of the most popular cycle routes in Germany. Situated between the Eifel and Hunsrück, the holiday destination of Cochem has everything to make cyclists' hearts beat faster. The most beautiful cycle paths, romantic river sections and cosy inns and ostrich taverns. A wide network of cycle paths is waiting for you to discover by bike!
A total of 6 of the 13 German wine-growing regions are located in Rhineland-Palatinate. Ahr, Pfalz, Mittelrhein, Nahe, Rheinhessen and of course Mosel-Saar-Ruwer have their vineyards in Rhineland-Palatinate. The federal state is therefore responsible for about 65% of the wines produced in Germany. You can discover wine either on the Mosel Heights Trail or through the vineyards in the holiday region of Cochem, or with a thrill on the Calmont Climb, the steepest vineyard in Europe in the Cochemer Krampen. Of course, a wine tasting at one of the numerous wine growers, wine taverns and wineries is not to be missed
Active nature experience with canoe trips from for example Ernst to Treis-Karden or the canoe day trip from Ediger-Eller to Ernst. 15-17 river kilometres on one of the most beautiful sections let you experience the Moselle valley in a completely different way. Covered wagon rides, Segway tours, walks with the winegrower and picnics are offered in Cochem
Famous wine festivals, street wine festivals, Weinlagenfestivals and Federweißenfestivals are part of the entertaining and sociable standard programme in the holiday region of Cochem. Cochem as the metropolis of the red vineyard peach offers a harvest festival of this rare fruit in cooperation with the association "Roter Mosel Weinbergpfirsich e.V." or a >Plums Festival< in the district of Sehl
The Cochem Christmas Tent and the famous Castle Christmas, but also a number of other Christmas markets such as the Christmas Market in Traben-Trarbach or the Christmas Market in Bernkastel-Kues are attractions in the cold season
The >Mosel Music Festival< has meanwhile achieved a high level of recognition. This summer music festival offers over 70 concerts at 40 venues along the Moselle every year from July to December with first-class artists at unusual historical concert locations. In Cochem's historic Capuchin monastery, numerous events with artists and cabaret are offered. Museums and world-famous castles such as Burg Eltz or Reichsburg Cochem can be visited and offer a special cultural experience along with numerous other castles and castle ruins on the Moselle. Did you know that Cochem has a second less known castle ruin, the hidden family seat Winneburg of the famous family of the Counts of Metternich is also worth a visit
UNESCO World Heritage Sites
The UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Trier, with a total of 37 sites throughout Germany and, in addition to world wonders such as the Cheops Pyramids and the Great Wall of China, exert a very special attraction on visitors from all over the world. Trier, like the World Heritage Site Middle Rhine Valley, is easily accessible from Cochem as a day trip
Boat trips on the Moselle
Sluice trips, round trips, day trips and evening trips with dance and music are offered in Cochem by the Kolb company and by Köln-Düsseldorfer KD
The cultural landscape Moselle has a long tradition. Even the ancient Romans took advantage of the special climatic and geological conditions of the river landscape and cultivated their wine. The Moselle wine region is the oldest wine-growing area in Germany. Finds that prove that wine was first cultivated go back to the time of the Celts, who settled in the region around 500 BC. However, it was then the Romans who cultivated wine growing along the Moselle. After the Romans, it was the monks in the Middle Ages who further developed the cultivation of wine. On the Moselle you will find many early testimonies of history from the beginnings of human settlement through the Celts and Romans to the high Middle Ages. Especially the Romans have shaped the cultural landscape on the Moselle. But also the Celts have left their traces in many places. Especially the Igeler Säule, the Porta Nigra, the Kaiserthermen and the amphitheatre in Trier, the Roman graves in Nehren or the archaeology park Martberg in Pomerania are worth mentioning. Between the villages of Pommern and Karden, approx. 180 m high above the Moselle, lies the Martberg. In ancient times, this was a religious and political centre for many centuries. The Celtic tribe of the Treverians built a fortified settlement on the Martberg around 100 BC, a so-called oppidum
You can see vacation on the Moselle is really variety and enjoyment. Reason enough to book your next holiday with us at the Hotel am Panoramabogen in Cochem. Come and get to know us and the holiday destination Cochem. No matter whether you are planning a weekend, a short holiday or your annual vacation, we have the right offer for you. Our family-run inn and country hotel is there for you and offers you a stay that you will remember with pleasure. A friendly and uncomplicated atmosphere awaits you here in Cochem on the Moselle
The Johann family and the staff team
You will find even more tips and suggestions for your stay on our page What to do in Cochem