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In the heart of the Rhine Valley is the town of Andernach, whose proud history stretches back two millennia. Located near the vineyards of Moselle-Nahe, it benefits from a unique terroir, renowned for producing Rieslings with wonderfully refined aromas and a surprising minerality. You can discover these exceptional nuances with oenological tastings held in most winemakers' cellars. You can also hike in the vineyards, enjoying breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains and picturesque villages that dot the valley. Between August and October, you can also attend festivals that showcase the region's heritage and wine-making traditions.
Discover Koblenz, a German city whose name directly refers to its geographic position at the confluence of the Rhine and Moselle rivers. Head first to the Deutsches Eck, an emblematic promontory where the two waterways meet, marking a beautiful gateway to the terraced vineyards and castles of the Rhine Gorge. Ride the cable car to explore the colossal preserved fortress of Ehrenbreitstein that overlooks the city. Further upstream, enjoy the stunning scenery of the Upper Middle Rhine Valley, a UNESCO World Heritage Site – perhaps from an unusual angle, during a relaxing boat trip.