In Saarburg you will fnd the Castle Saarburg
It isnt very big (its more of a ruin) but it is a nice walk and you've got a really nice view on Saarburg and the river Saar
One of the joys of travelling along the Moselle is to park the car for the night at a small inn where you can then happily indulge in a bottle of the region's famed white wine, with its light, semi-sweet taste. The small town of Piesport, about 30 km from Trier, has carved out a niche for itself in the international wine trade. Its Piesporter Michelsberg is one of the topselling wines in the United Kingdom. Old Cliffie tracked down a bottle on the top floor of the Hotel Crillon in Lima many years ago and sipped contentedly as the setting sun cast its rays on the Andean foothills.
Make a winetasting at one of the winemakers along the Mosel. They have whitewine and red- ore rosewine. It was so funny, because I did this winetasting thing with my whole class and after some little glasses of wine everyone was a bit drunk. Me too. After the winetasting we had to walk back to our hostel, that was a torture and it takes a bit long to arrive.
Look down while you walk the streets. These man hole covers are artistic however in such demand they are disappearing form the streets!
A small winding street with a handful of small bars with a sense of history, lost but not completely forgotten.
Near Trier there is a place called Saarburg, it's a very nice little town with in the centre a waterfall of 20 m.
Again the Oberburg and Niederburg, in the foreground the Niederburg build in 1201. The Oberburg is even older: build in 937 (but there is less visible of the last castle
Karl Marx House - at 10 Bruckenstrasse. Surrounded by topless bars and cabarets! The home of the communist founder has many memorobilia exhibited here.
Do you wanna visit the town where I was born? Take the motorway and go to Wittlich, direction Koblenz! A cute little town! Here the town hall, more pics and stories in the travelogue!