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Heart of Europe Bike & Boat: Metz to Cochem

Ebikes Available on this TourCruise and pedal through Germany, Luxembourg and France on this beloved floating adventure. Your deluxe barge moors beneath hilltop castles and alongside half-timbered villages brimming with blossoms and cozy taverns.

  • 11 Days
  • Activity Level: Easy
  • Daily Mileage: 15 - 35 mi
  • Daily Biking: 2 - 4 hr
  • Small Groups: 24
  • Biking Activity
  • Perfect for those trying a bike vacation for the first time.
  • Airfare Packages Available

Ebikes Available on this Tour

E-Bikes Available

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Why You'll Love This Tour

Overview

Heart of Europe Bike & Boat: Metz to Cochem

The gentle Mosel River snakes through dramatic slate mountains and sloping vineyards glistening in golden droplets of Riesling. Bike along Roman routes on easy paths, through ancient Teutonic forests where legends of buried treasure, dragons and red-headed giants lurk in the mists. Picnic in Lorraine’s rich countryside, taste rare Luxembourg wines, ride around volcanic lakes, over valley viaducts and bikes-only train tunnels. We’ve got one word for this tour: Exciting!

Cultural Highlights

  • Cycle through charming villages, vineyards, and dramatic riverside scenes
  • Explore the ancient volcanic landscape and lakes of the Eifel Region
  • Taste the Mosel Valley’s famous wines like Riesling
  • Tour the former Roman Imperial City of Trier
  • Learn the ancient and alchemical art of bell forging at a bell foundry
  • Journey through the heart of Europe: Germany, Luxembourg and France in one trip
  • See original Roman artwork and ruins along the Mosel River
  • Relax onboard the barge deck with a glass of the finest Riesling or German beer
  • Tour the castle in Cochem with a local guide
  • Enjoy a walking tour of Metz, France with a local guide
  • Savor a VBT picnic at the spring-fed fountain in a medieval French village
  • Sample rare Luxembourg’s wines

What to Expect

This tour offers easy terrain on bike paths and roads through both urban and rural areas. Our VBT support shuttle is available every day at designated points for those who need assistance.

Average Daily Mileage: 15 – 35 miles
Average Cycling Time: 2 – 4 hours

Climate Information

Average High/Low Temperature (°F) – Luxembourg City
Jun 67º/51º  Jul 71º/55º Aug 71º/55º  Sep 64º/50º  Oct 54º/43º

Average Precipitation (in.) – Luxembourg City
Jun 2.6  Jul 2.7 Aug 2.7  Sep 2.5 Oct 2.7

What’s Included:

Ebikes Available on this Tour

E-Bikes Available on this tour.

Limited quantities — first come, first served. Learn more.

Bicycle Vacation only – without Air

  • 7 nights aboard a private deluxe canal barge
  • 16 meals – 7 breakfasts, 4 lunches, 5 dinners

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  • Roundtrip international airfare
  • Transfers
  • 7 nights aboard a private deluxe canal barge
    PLUS: 1 extra night in a Luxembourg City hotel, and 1 night in a Koblenz hotel
  • 18 meals – 9 breakfasts, 4 lunches, 5 dinners
  • Guided walking tour of Koblenz
  • Entrance into Cochem Castle
  • AND the option to add our Low-Cost Trip Extensions:
    Pre-trip: Munich – 3 nights from only $495-$695*
    Post-trip: Berlin – 3 nights from only $445-$695*

Both Vacation Options Include

  • 1 glass of wine with all dinners aboard the barge
  • FREE use of our custom VBT bicycle and helmet
  • Service of two bilingual VBT Trip Leaders
  • 6 days of cycling with FULL VAN SUPPORT during the cruise portion of your trip
  • Sightseeing and cultural activities
  • Earn 5% Frequent Traveler Credit on this tour to use on a future VBT vacation. See details.

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Day 1: Depart from home / Fly overnight to Luxembourg

Depart from home for Luxembourg City, Luxembourg. The particulars of your arrival overseas are detailed with your flight itinerary.

Day 2: Arrive in Luxembourg City and transfer to hotel

Upon arrival at the Luxembourg City airport, claim your luggage and clear customs. If your luggage is lost, fill out a PIR form before leaving the customs area – VBT representatives are not allowed into the customs area.

Please note: Make certain that your VBT luggage tags are affixed to your bag so your VBT representative can identify you.

After exiting customs, enter the arrival hall and look for your VBT representative, who will be holding a VBT sign. You will transfer via taxi or minibus (approximately 20 minutes) to your hotel in Luxembourg City. If you arrive early, your hotel room may not be available until 3:00 pm. You may store your luggage at the front desk. The rest of the day is free for you to discover this fascinating city, capital of one of Europe’s smallest countries. Explore cobblestone-arched narrow streets and small elegant palaces such as the Palais Grand-Ducal and the Chambre des Deputes. The beautiful Chemin de la Corniche is said to be Europe’s most beautiful terrace, with a pleasant promenade that passes restored ancient homes. You’ll also bask in the beauty of the city’s two major squares: the regal Place de la Constitution and the cozy Place du Marche, still used for weekly flower and vegetable markets.

Tonight, dine on your own. The city boasts more Michelin stars per square mile than any other and has a lively atmosphere in its many cafés, pubs and pizzerias. The biggest ethnic community here is from Portugal, which adds a Latin flair to the city’s menus.

Hotel: Hotel Le Royal

Day 3: Transfer to Metz, France / Embark barge / VBT Bicycle Vacation begins

VBT Bicycle Vacation only guests: You are responsible for making your own way to Metz, France to meet your barge. Please arrive between 1:30 and 2:00 p.m. Please note that you cannot embark before this time as the barge is being prepared for you. If you are late, you must contact the barge as soon as possible to make alternate arrangements because we sail shortly after this time.

The barge will be moored in the canal between the Pont du Canal and the locks of Metz, near the rue de Paris and the rue George Aimé. Contact telephone number is ++49 151 57 81 33 06 or ++31 620 245 095.

VBT Air Package and Pre-Trip Extension guests: Please be ready and waiting in the hotel lobby at 9:00 a.m. for our transfer by coach (approximately 1 hour) to the French city of Metz, nestled at the confluence of the Moselle and Seille rivers. There will be a short 15-minute stop at the Luxembourg American Cemetery en route so you can honor those who fell here during World War II. Upon arrival in Metz, meet your local city guide and take a pleasant walk into the charming city center, a quaint tapestry of bridges and romantic corners. Pass the elegant 18th-century city theater and the Palais de la Prefecture in the Place de la Comedie. Admire the imposing Cathedral of St. Etienne, one of the most beautiful Gothic cathedrals of France, built around 1250. Admire the fine stained-glass windows, including a modern one by Marc Chagall.

Then, walk to the Saturday morning local market and to the lively Place St. Louis and Place Saint-Jacques, where there’ll be time to shop or explore. After lunch on your own, rejoin your local city guide and walk to your barge’s mooring point.

At 2:00 p.m., we board your barge. After meeting the crew and your VBT Trip Leaders, settle in before participating in a bike safety session whilst cruising to Richemont. Here, you will disembark for a bike-fitting and a short warm-up ride. Later, return to the barge at its new mooring point and have time to change before gathering for a welcome drink and dinner on board. Tonight, the barge moors in the quiet countryside, just outside Thionville city.

Please note regarding Wi-Fi onboard the barge:  Due to the nature of the barge movements, internet access is not always available. Therefore, if stable internet access is critical to you, VBT recommends that you purchase your own bundle before traveling overseas.

Please note regarding RideWithGPS: Due to the limited Wi-Fi onboard, VBT also recommend that you download your VBT Maps & Routes Notes prior to leaving home if you wish to use Ride with GPS on your smartphones. This free service allows you to download VBT daily route notes in advance, prior to your departure from your home computer. During your vacation, you will be able to follow these route notes on your smartphone with turn-by-turn voice navigation as you ride. This option is in addition to VBT’s traditional printed maps and route notes available on tour.

Hotel: Barge Iris
Alternative: Barge Quo Vadis
Meals: B, D
Daily Options: 5 or 8 miles (8 or 12 km)

Day 4: Bike to Rodemack / Picnic lunch / Remich, Luxembourg

After breakfast on board, cycle along the Moselle River on a quiet bike path. Then turn inland and cycle along a pleasant rolling route through small villages to Rodemack, known as Little Carcassonne Lorraine and ranked one of the most beautiful villages in France. Here in this charming village, you’ll admire marvels of construction that span the ages, including fortifications erected over many centuries. Impressive ramparts and walls encircle the village, and there’s a labyrinth of back streets and cobbled alleys to explore, as well as an impressive fortress.

After a picnic lunch at the fountain, you have free time to explore on your own.

You may ride or cruise this afternoon. Dinner tonight is on the barge. Afterward, the captain speaks about navigation and our planned route. The barge moors in Remich, Luxembourg.

Hotel: Barge Iris
Alternative: Barge Quo Vadis
Meals: B, L, D
Daily Options: 21, 25 or 33 miles (34, 41 or 53 km)

Day 5: Cycle Remich / Nennig / Wasserbillig / Saarburg

Pedal this morning to Nennig and its local museum, where you can admire Europe’s largest Roman mosaic; remarkably, 90% of it is original and perfectly restored. Continue riding along the Mosel on an easy bike path. The river forms a natural border between Germany and Luxembourg. Our route, on the German side, has the best views of vineyards sloping down hillsides. This is the Route du Vin, or wine road, famous here for its outstanding Riesling and Cremant wines.

Stop for lunch onboard the barge in Nittel for a cruising lunch to Wasserbillig, Luxembourg. You may cruise or continue cycling from this point. If you choose our longer option, you will ride past Konz, a small city at the confluence of the Mosel and Saar rivers, then continue into the Saarland along the more intimate Saar River. Wooded mountains, wide meadows and farmsteads and villages mark your progress as you ride. Later this afternoon, arrive in Saarburg, a medieval riverside jewel at the foot of a castle. The town center boasts a roaring 65-foot-high waterfall. Spend the rest of the day exploring this lovely town or continue cycling a loop south of Saarburg along the Saar River.

The barge moors in Saarburg this evening with dinner included onboard.

Hotel: Barge Iris
Alternative: Barge Quo Vadis
Meals: B, L, D
Daily Options: 13, 25 or 35 miles (21, 41 or 56 km)

Day 6: Bike and cruise from Saarburg to Trier

This morning, walk to the nearby former bell foundry and museum, Mabilon, which produced bells until 2002. After your tour, start pedaling again along the Saar River to the confluence of the Mosel River to meet the barge in Trier for lunch. After lunch you are free to explore this wonderful town.

The people of Trier might tell you that it is possible to see “2,000 years of history in 2,000 paces” in their city. The Romans established their local capital here. In the Middle Ages, Frankish kings and the archbishops of Trier reigned. Here you can learn about the Porta Nigra (“Black Gate”), the city’s landmark and the largest city gate of the ancient world; the amphitheater; the medieval Market Square, Germany’s oldest Cathedral next to the  Church of Our Lady, and Constantine’s Throne Hall; the rococo Electoral Palace; the ruins of the Imperial Baths and its extensive subterranean passages. It is an astounding repository of history and leaves little doubt why the whole of Trier’s monuments have been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Tonight, your barge moors here; find dinner in one of the local restaurants.

Hotel: Barge Iris
Alternative: Barge Quo Vadis
Meals: B, L
Daily Options: 18 miles (28 km)

Day 7: Piesport / Trittenheim / Bernkastel-Kues

This morning you will cruise out of Trier during breakfast. Arriving in Schweich, you have the option to continue cruising to Neumagen or start your day cycling towards Bernkastel-Kues. Your route winds along scenic hairpin turns along the Mosel, passing the wine-making villages of Trittenheim and Piesport. See a reconstructed Roman winepress in Piesport, along with other examples of a rich Roman past. Stop for lunch on your own in Neumagen, where there are more signs of ancient Rome. From here, shuttle to Bernkastel-Kues, or continue biking among vineyards and orchards, watching for swans and other birds.

Meet the barge in Bernkastel-Kues, then rest or explore before dinner on board. Bernkastel and Kues, united in 1905, were once two small cities divided by the Mosel. The pride of today’s dual city is the market square, with its picturesque timber-framed houses and decorative sculpted fountains, some dating to the 17th century.

After dinner, stroll to the fascinating cellar of Josef Zimmermann via an elegant district of fine Jugendstill villas, many of which display WEINGUT, or winery signs. The simple, fourth-generation Zimmermann operation contains a century-old cellar, wine barrels and a candle-lit tasting room upstairs where you can sample four different wines.

Hotel: Barge Iris
Alternative: Barge Quo Vadis
Meals: B, D
Daily Options: 18 or 34 miles (28 or 55 km)

Day 8: Daun / The Eifel Region / Bernkastel-Kues

This morning, ride the shuttle (approximately 45 minutes) through the Eifel Valley to the city of Daun. Climb on our bicycles there and take an exhilarating ride, climbing a slight incline at first and then coasting downhill along a former railway track that is now a cycling path. This exciting reel includes stretches through tunnels, over bridges and past small lakes formed from volcano craters, known as maars. By ride’s end, you will have passed castles, vineyards green forests and plenty of quiet villages.

Along the way, stop in Gillenfeld and enjoy a simple lunch hosted by Sigrid and Leo Lenerz. Their café is idyllically located in an old barn and they specialize in regional products from local producers. Later, ride back to Bernkastel, where you can try one of the local restaurants for dinner on your own.

Hotel: Barge Iris
Alternative: Barge Quo Vadis
Meals: B, L
Daily Options: 19, 26 or 40 miles (31, 43, 64 km)

Day 9: Traben-Trarbach / Zell / Bullay / Cochem

Today, cruise out of Bernkastel and follow the Mosel downstream. After breakfast, arrive in Traben-Trarbach, an architectural jewel of Jugendstil surrounded by woodland and extensive vineyards. Traben-Trarbach was once the world’s second-largest wine-trading center. At the height of their prosperity at the turn of the 20th century, the city’s wine merchants built a number of fine Art Nouveau buildings, many of which are carefully preserved and continue to operate as wineries. There’ll be time to admire a wide range of Belle Époque splendor and you’ll quickly see why the city is a favorite destination for lovers of baroque and classical architecture.

After, follow the river’s bike path to Zell. Beautifully situated on the Mosel, where the river meanders in many bends through the hills, Zell is one of the largest wine-producing communities on the waterway. One of the best wines made here, Zeller Schwarze Katze (Black Cat), is produced with grapes from 16 different locations. Be sure to notice the sculpture on the market-square fountain depicting a snarling cat on top of a wine barrel. Continue to Bullay, another big name in wine. You can linger here a while and pause to enjoy lunch along the route. You’ll find many picnic areas along the path. Rejoin the barge in Beilstein and cruise to Cochem later this afternoon, giving you ample time to relax and freshen up for a festive farewell dinner on board.

Hotel: Barge Iris
Alternative: Barge Quo Vadis
Meals: B, D
Daily Options: 16 or 30 miles (26 km or 48 km)

Day 10: Cochem / Koblenz / VBT Bicycle Vacation ends

VBT Bicycle Vacation only guests: After breakfast, your tour ends. It is important that you leave the barge no later than 9:00 am so our crew can prepare for their next guests.

VBT Air Package and Post-Trip Extension guests: After breakfast, say farewell to the crew and one VBT Trip Leader, then walk into Cochem with the other. This characteristic Moselle town is beloved for its steep vineyards, wooded hills, medieval buildings and a picturesque center with beautiful timber-framed houses. Hike or shuttle to Reichsburg Castle with a local guide, where you’ll enjoy a tour and spectacular views of the Moselle Valley and its vineyards. The fairy-tale castle includes seven rooms of fine furniture and objects from different periods and styles.

After your visit, you may shop and eat lunch on your own before saying goodbye to your VBT Trip Leader. Then shuttle to Koblenz and settle in to your centrally located hotel. At 4:00 pm, meet your local guide in the hotel lobby for a 1.5-hour walking tour around the historic Old Town. You will walk for 15 minutes to the starting point of the tour, so we recommend you leave the hotel with everything you’ll need to have dinner on your own in the Old Town at the tour’s end.

Hotel: Hotel Brenner
Meals: B

Day 11: Depart for home

After breakfast*, meet in the hotel lobby to transfer to the Frankfurt airport for your flight back home.** Please be sure that you are waiting at the designated transfer time and location.

*Please note: For guests with early-morning departures, breakfast at the hotel may not be available. Please check with the front desk to verify the times that breakfast is served.

**VBT recommends that you check your transfer time in your “Transfer Reminder.” The transfer is prearranged by VBT and is prepaid. VBT transfer times and departure points are finalized in advance and cannot be modified for individual guests. If you extend your stay beyond the scheduled program dates, return transportation to the airport will be at your own expense.

Meals: B

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Hotel Brenner

Located in the Koblenz city center, this family-run property welcomes you with warm hospitality. Rooms are comfortably sized and offer free wireless Internet. Most overlook a small, well-maintained garden where you may eat breakfast. Hotel Brenner is stylishly decorated with hand-painted flowers on the ceilings and walls, as well as antique furnishings. A/C is not available.
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Barge Iris

A luxurious and spacious, two-deck, 24-passenger barge with a homelike atmosphere, the Iris was put into service in April 2005. Its 12 comfortable cabins have private bathrooms with showers, and the barge has climate control throughout. Common areas include a dining area, a lounge with a bar and a sun deck at the bow. The barge moors each night. Drinks of all types are available for purchase at the bar on board the Iris. It is not customary for guests to bring their own wine and liquor on board; your understanding is appreciated. Onboard meal menus are set, though the chef is happy to accommodate vegetarians and those on restricted diets for health reasons. Please note regarding Wi-Fi on board the barge: Each device (smartphone, laptop, etc.) receives 100 MB per day free, to be used on that day. Additional amounts can be purchased via credit card or Paypal. If travelers plan to utilize data in a normal fashion (i.e., email and basic web browsing) and avoid streaming videos and loading hi-res images, the 100 MB allotments should suffice. Please be advised that the Wi-Fi connection varies and is not guaranteed. If Internet access is critical during your travel, we recommend purchasing your own bundle before traveling overseas. Please note: We have adopted a no-smoking policy in the van during transfers, on the barge and at meals.

Hotel Laimer Hof

Munich’s Hotel Laimer Hof, a neo-Renaissance villa from the late 19th century, is located in a quiet residential area just a few minutes’ walk from the Nymphenburg Palace and gardens. The lovely building exudes a warm, homey feel and is protected by the city of Munich as a beloved historic monument. It is owned and managed by Alexandra and Sebastian Rosch, who also live on the property. Wireless Internet access is available throughout the hotel. A/C is not available.
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Hotel Le Royal

This luxury property, one of the Leading Hotels of the World, is centrally located in Luxembourg City. It boasts a beautiful garden and is only a few steps from the Old Town and shops. All rooms are spacious, elegant and fully air conditioned. The hotel is part of Luxembourg’s “Hot City,” a citywide network of free wireless Internet.
Free WiFi Included

Park Plaza Wallstreet Berlin Mitte Hotel

This 4-star hotel in central Berlin is 350 feet from Spittelmarkt Underground Station. Park Plaza offers modern rooms with free Wi-Fi as well as a fitness center. The design of the Park Plaza Wallstreet Berlin Mitte has been inspired by the New York Stock Exchange. The spacious rooms feature a flat-screen TV, laptop safe and award-winning, dollar-bill carpets. The 23 Wallstreet restaurant features a glass conservatory and offers a daily breakfast buffet along with a selection of Berlin and international specialties. Guests can also relax with a drink in the fluorescent bar or cozy lobby lounge with leather seating. The Park Plaza Wallstreet Berlin Mitte is steps from the River Spree, and directly between Alexanderplatz and Potsdamer Platz. UNESCO Museum Island, Berlin Cathedral, Checkpoint Charlie and the famous Friedrichstraße shopping mile are all within a 20-minute walk of the hotel. A/C is available.
Free WiFi Included

Barge Quo Vadis

The ship is comfortably furnished, cozy and you will feel well on board. Barge Quo Vadis was put into service in April 2006 and has 12 comfortable outside cabins with shower/WC, two single beds, hairdryer, safe and air condition (windows cannot be opened). Furthermore, the ship offers a tasteful open salon with corner seats, a restaurant, a small bar and a sundeck with sun sails. Please note regarding WiFi on board the barge: Please be advised that the WiFi connection varies and is not guaranteed. If Internet access is critical during your travel, we recommend purchasing your own bundle before traveling overseas.
Free WiFi Included
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