The wonderful River Mosel is, at 545 kilometers, one of the longest of one’s Rhine’s tributaries, and forms the natural frontier between Germany Luxembourg. The section of one’s river between Perl and Trier is belleved to be the Upper Mosel (Obermosel), the section from Trier to Bullay the Middle Mosel (Mittelmosel), and the section from Bullay to Koblenz just like the Lower Mosel (Untermosel). Among the most beautiful stretch of the Mosel Valley is between Trier and the junction with the Rhine at Koblenz. After passing through the wide Trier basin, it really makes its way in innumerable bends through the Rhenish Uplands to enter the Rhine Valley at Koblenz. The ever-changing landscape, particularly between Bernkastel-Kues and Cochem, is characterized by a succession of old castles located on the slopes of the valley also in side valleys and also a string of lovely little towns and villages.
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