It is to the very west of Germany and is waiting for you to discover it. The treasure trove of Rhineland‑Palatinate, this romantic region around the Rhine and the Moselle is the perfect German destination. It is home to charming villages and towns, excellent wine regions and fantastic opportunities for walking and cycling holidays.
Shaped by primordial nature and by the people that live there. As you cast your eyes over picturesque forests, steep vineyards and sun-drenched river valleys, you can feel the tingle of anticipation for the wonderful experiences that await you. On your voyage of discovery through the castles, palaces and other cultural attractions in the region, you can follow in the footsteps of famous figures and take inspiration from their fascinating stories. Let us discover Rhineland‑Palatinate together with new eyes and go on the hunt for the origins of the unique natural and cultural treasures awaiting you in the treasure trove of Rhineland‑Palatinate. Which trail will you follow first?
The Eifel, the Hunsrück, the Westerwald and the Pfälzerwald form the most beautiful low mountain range landscapes for your outdoor holiday. Surrounded by the idyllic river landscapes of the Moselle, Rhine, Nahe, Ahr and Lahn, you can perfectly combine hiking or cycling tours with a visit to a city. Six of Germany's 13 wine-growing regions are located in Rhineland-Palatinate: You can taste the most delicious wines from the winegrowers of the Ahr, Moselle, Nahe, Romantic Rhine, Palatinate and Rhinehesse. Rhineland-Palatinate is not only the most wine-rich state, but also the most forested in Germany. In eight nature parks and two national parks you can experience flora and fauna up close, especially the wild cats in the Hunsrück-Hochwald National Park are an exciting highlight.