Koblenz

Two thousand years of German history

The city on the "Deutsches Eck" (German corner), where the Rhine meets the Mosel, celebrated its 2000th birthday in 1992, and is therefore one of the oldest cities in Germany. Koblenz still profits from its location today - the proximity to the urban centres Rhine-Main and Rhine-Ruhr make the city one of the area's most attractive business locations.

Romance on the Rhine, kilometres of riverside walks and copious historical buildings from various ages of urban history leave visitors in awe.

Wyndham Garden Lahnstein Koblenz
Wyndham Garden Lahnstein Koblenz
Leisure, incentive & conference hotel in the middle of a quiet park landscape in the UNESCO World Heritage „Mittelrheintal"
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Rhine romance and wine enjoyment

German Corner and the Kaiser Wilhelm memorial are highlights for visitors, as are the Electoral Palace and the romantic Stolzenfels Palace on the left bank of the Rhine. The city gained yet another attraction in the course of the national garden

show in 2011: A cableway connects the valley station on the Konrad Adenauer bank with the summit station at the Ehrenbreitstein Fortress. Koblenz, a city rich in wine tradition, draws in visitors with a remarkable wine list, menu, and great ambience.