Welcome to Traben-Trarbach! A meeting point with flair and charm
The charming wine town Traben-Trarbach consists of two parts – one on each side of the Moselle River – and is embedded in the heavenly landscape of vineyards and the river. With plenty of fascinating landscapes, unmistakable riverside esplanades and an extensive selection of hosts, this town is full of atmosphere and charm.
The woods and vineyards snuggle up to the double city on the left and right banks of the Mosel as if they were a mighty amphitheater bordered by grape vines.
An abundance of buildings with architectural treasures of the Jugendstil and “Belle Epoque” styles will make your vacation in Traben-Trarbach a very romantic experience.
Around the year 1900, open-minded wine traders had built a great variety of art nouveau buildings in fascinating perfection. Thus historical buildings from the Art Nouveau and Baroque period alternate with classical and typical Moselle style architecture. But Traben-Trarbach doesn't just offer fascinating Jugendstil buildings and structures.
The townscape is completed by historical monuments such as the bridge gate and the ruins of the castle Grevenburg as well as the former mighty fortress of Mont Royal. Those who want to experience still more history and culture should visit the Museum Row in the district of Trarbach consisting of the Museum of the Middle Moselle, the House of Icons, the Bicycle Museum, the Buddha Museum and the City Tower with its carillon. Just take a walk through our city with its many cozy alleyways, and you will encounter vestiges of history on each corner and will be able to learn many interesting facts about the history and past, as well as about the cultural and municipal present-day attractions of Traben-Trarbach.