Coach travel throughout
6 nights dinner, bed & breakfast
1-hour free bar on 3 nights
Welcome Schnapps wine tasting
2 nights entertainment
Free time in Kamp-Bornhofen
Excursions to Koblenz, Bonn, Cochem, Rudesheim, Wiesbaden & Bernskastel-Kues
*Optional extra: Visit to Koblenz, Cable car ride, admission into Ehrenbreistein Foretress & Braubach Cruise
*£25 per person, please enquire at the time of booking. Minimum numbers required.
DURING YOUR STAY
Day 1 – On arrival to the Hotel Wagner, our hosts will welcome us with a Schnapps wine.
Day 2 – Enjoy free time to explore Kamp-Bornhofen, this friendly village offers traditional timber-framed buildings home to charming cafés, restaurants and shops. This afternoon you can choose to join us for an optional excursion over to Koblenz, one of the most beautiful and oldest towns in Germany. On arrival you will be provided with attraction tickets to the mighty Fortress of Ehrenbreitstein*. Your journey will begin via a fun cable car trip – the longest in Germany – across the Rhine. Today, there will also be a cruise over to the city of Braubach.
Day 3 – After our early dinner, we’ll travel to Koblenz for the Rhine in Flames* event.
Day 4 – This afternoon we visit Cochem, perhaps visit the Reichsburg Cochem, the Imperial Castle, which you can see towering above the scenic town.
Day 5 – Shortly after breakfast we take you to Rudesheim for free time. Rudesheim is a picturesque winemaking town (most famous for its production of Asbach Brandy that has been in production since 1892). Complete with narrow cobblestone alleys and timber-framed taverns, Drosselgasse is Rudesheim’s main street and a stroll along here almost feels like you’ve stepped back in time. This afternoon we visit Wiesbaden, lined with magnificent neoclassical buildings. Wiesbaden is one of Europe’s oldest spa towns, with hot springs still flowing today.
Day 6 – This morning we visit Bernskastel-Kues, this enchanting town boasts numerous sights from the castle ruins of Landshut that stand high above the city, to the Spitzhauschen Moselle’s oldest wine bar, dating back from 1416 or the historic marketplace. After a morning of exploration perhaps enjoy a cool glass of Bernkasteler Doctor, the most famous wine of the city.
Day 7 – We retrace our footsteps back home.
Due to the nature of this excursion we’d recommend bringing blankets and folding chairs,
so you can relax whilst watching the firework displays.