Dancing in Cochem along the River Moselle

Cochem, Moselle River, Germany
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Cochem Moselle River Germany Deutschland Nowhere & Everywhere Lis Dingjan Free Range Pixels Travel Photography Sustainability Environmentalism Instagram
Cochem Moselle River Germany Deutschland Nowhere & Everywhere Lis Dingjan Free Range Pixels Travel Photography Sustainability Environmentalism Instagram

If you drive down the Moselle during Summer you’re bound to dance your way into a festival (consisting mostly of wine and music of course). Stop the car, find a bed at a local guest house or pitch your camper at one of the grassy grounds. Then stay in each town a few extra days.

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Cochem Moselle River Germany Deutschland Nowhere & Everywhere Lis Dingjan Free Range Pixels Travel Photography Sustainability Environmentalism Instagram
Cochem Moselle River Germany Deutschland Nowhere & Everywhere Lis Dingjan Free Range Pixels Travel Photography Sustainability Environmentalism Instagram
Cochem Moselle River Germany Deutschland Nowhere & Everywhere Lis Dingjan Free Range Pixels Travel Photography Sustainability Environmentalism Instagram
Cochem Moselle River Germany Deutschland Nowhere & Everywhere Lis Dingjan Free Range Pixels Travel Photography Sustainability Environmentalism Instagram
Cochem Moselle River Germany Deutschland Nowhere & Everywhere Lis Dingjan Free Range Pixels Travel Photography Sustainability Environmentalism Instagram

Our pick is most definitely the Moselle over the Rhine. You’re likely to go days without hearing any English – it’s the villages where you’ll find the holiday goers of Germany and France drive their way through.

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Cochem Moselle River Germany Deutschland Nowhere & Everywhere Lis Dingjan Free Range Pixels Travel Photography Sustainability Environmentalism Instagram
Cochem Moselle River Germany Deutschland Nowhere & Everywhere Lis Dingjan Free Range Pixels Travel Photography Sustainability Environmentalism Instagram
Cochem Moselle River Germany Deutschland Nowhere & Everywhere Lis Dingjan Free Range Pixels Travel Photography Sustainability Environmentalism Instagram
Cochem Moselle River Germany Deutschland Nowhere & Everywhere Lis Dingjan Free Range Pixels Travel Photography Sustainability Environmentalism Instagram
Cochem Moselle River Germany Deutschland Nowhere & Everywhere Lis Dingjan Free Range Pixels Travel Photography Sustainability Environmentalism Instagram
Cochem Moselle River Germany Deutschland Nowhere & Everywhere Lis Dingjan Free Range Pixels Travel Photography Sustainability Environmentalism Instagram
Cochem Moselle River Germany Deutschland Nowhere & Everywhere Lis Dingjan Free Range Pixels Travel Photography Sustainability Environmentalism Instagram
Cochem Moselle River Germany Deutschland Nowhere & Everywhere Lis Dingjan Free Range Pixels Travel Photography Sustainability Environmentalism Instagram
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  1. Lis Dingjan

    Yes! It can get pretty crowded but we did the German language tour so were part of a smaller group to see the inside and it was totally worth it (note for anyone else reading this – do it!). What a fascinating story and incredibly well preserved interior and displays.

  2. Sammy

    Looks gorgeous! Will have to visit next time I head to that region. P.S. Have you been to Burg Eltz castle?

    • Lis Dingjan

      Yes! It can get pretty crowded but we did the German language tour so were part of a smaller group to see the inside and it was totally worth it (note for anyone else reading this – do it!). What a fascinating story and incredibly well preserved interior and displays.