Remich Things to Do
Cruise the Mosel
Boats cruise up and down the Mosel, of which there are many, from eat and drink to night time cruises. The time varies on the trip, they are normally about 30 minutes long.Related to:
- Sailing and Boating
St. Martin wine cellars (open from April to October) You can taste wine and sparkling wine. Wine tasting is included in the admission fee
From Easter to end of October you can take also a ride in the touristic train Jhangeli that runs through the region
Also there are minigolf terrain, walking tours, tennis courts, cycling tracks
Well if you ask me I didn’t try any of these, but I find it useful information for the enthusiast travelers.
Boat rides in Mosel
You can embark for a boat ride in Mosel river between Schengen and Wasselbillig or for shorter rides around (in such case the cost depends on the tour duration). Check www.navitours.lu for more information
We had stayed at this hotel many years ago, and promised ourselves a return visit. It had changed as...more
DE MONDORF 29, Remich, 5552, Luxembourg
Satisfaction: Very Good
Good for: Business
36, Route de l'Europe, Remich, L-5531, Luxembourg
Good for: Business
Moselbruck: Good Food
The Moselbruck is on the Dreilandereck camp site, but, independent.
The meals are good and well presented.
The ambiance was good, and the setting excellent.
Favorite Dish: I had a pork chop with salad and fries followed by ice cream. Plus a nice glass of local wine.
Lohengrin: Don't miss anything !!!!!
The Lohengrin restaurant in the the Hotel Saint Nicolas,has a warm welcoming feel about it,the silver service is excellent, the window side tables overlook the Mosel.
Favorite Dish: I started with an aperitif, Kir Royal,my starter was Creme de Jour ,then the main course of Salmon with fresh vegetables all perfectly cooked and well presented.I finished with Mille Feuille Fraise, coffee and a Cointreau,and I can't fault a thing.
3 Hotels in Remich
Remich Warnings and Dangers
Beware where you park your car
There is a huge parking place at the banks of river Mosel, which in our case was buried underneath tons of water from river Mosel as the river had flooded. So, in case of heavy rain it should be wise to move your car somewhere safer