Thanks to the Romans, the German history of wine starts as early as 100 AD. Visitors can explore the famous wine regions including some of the country’s beautiful historic cities along the river valleys of Moselle, Rhine and Main. The 14 cities of the “Historic Highlights of Germany” network include some of the country’s major destinations for wine lovers such as Trier, Koblenz, Mainz and Würzburg. Here, vineyards, wine festivals and historic buildings wait to be discovered.
Trier – World Heritage & World-class Wine
Built by the Romans as “Augusta Treverorum”, Germany’s oldest city lies on the shores of the river Moselle and is a perfect starting point for a trip through the surrounding wine region. The town is not only a UNESCO World Heritage site but also offers special culinary delights. Visitors can sample original Roman dishes, and the region’s world-class wine is complemented by distinguished sparkling wine selections.
City break package “The Romans and wine“
Two nights including breakfast, guided tour, wine tasting and a dinner including wine from EUR 154 per person in a double room (3*** hotel).