Walk through the lovely small streets and over the main square in Bernkastel.
All buildings are lighted, and even though cou cannot see all the great and colorfull details of the facades, you will enjoy a great athmosphere anyway.
Dress Code: No special dresses required for a walk or when you like to take a glass of wine in one of the many great wine-bars
For hardcore-VT-ers Bernkastel-Kues had an internet-cafe just a few steps behind the hotel 3 Koenige in Kues.
It is inside the Golden Nugget gambling hall.
I came there at 10.00p.m. and it was closed already ( maybe due to the fact that it was the thursday before easter and that it was closed the next day anyway)
Dress Code: Who cares for a dresscode in a gambling-hall...
Walk over the bridge to Kues and take a look back on Bernkastel :
All mayor buildings will be lighted and the town looks really romantic with the castle Landshut on top.
Every now and then a ship will pass by smoothly and almost without noise.
Dress Code: No special dress-code on the bridge to Kues !!!
The atmosphere is pretty cozy, cavelike. There is a place in the back where the young kids go play table games like foosball and stuff. That's where you can smoke. The bar is nice and Peter the bartender who has been there awhile is very very nice. He told us stories about the American G.I.'s that brought their music to the bar in the 70's, very cool.
They had a nice refreshing Kolsch on tap and a Frankenheim alt beer that were very good. Prices are good too!!
Dress Code: It's a local bar, very casual.
This is a cosy little bar right on the beautiful Markt Platz. Although small there was a friendly atmosphere and a good mix of locals and tourists