Gentle vineyards, lush orchards, the Palatinate Forest with quiet valleys and murmuring streams and a Mediterranean climate - this is the first and oldest wine tourism route in Germany.
Luxembourg is a Grand Duchy. It is not a republic. And it is centrally located in the heart of Europe between Germany, Belgium and France. No wonder, then, that the European idea is deeply rooted here.
The Moselle flows through France, Luxembourg and Germany, winding its way from place to place through picturesque medieval villages and dizzying slopes full of vines.