Exploring the Lower Rhine area can be disheartening due to the difficulty of finding any prewar heritage that survived WWII. This guide will seek to highlight the architectural heritage that remains.
Discover one the premier destinations in Germany: a rugged valley full of mysterious ruins, timeless villages and inspiring castles. Instead of remaining at a distance on a cruise, dive into the region in depth and uncover its past.
A land of ruined castles, dark forests and hidden glades, the Mosel Valley is a mysterious corner of Germany. Go beyond the river valley itself, and the forests of the Hunsrück and Eifel conceal a wealth of beauty and mystery waiting to be uncovered.
Characterized by its rough landscape and way of life, the Saarland is full of things to explore. To the north there are the dense forests of Saar, and to the South the concrete Jungles of Völklingen. In Saarbrücken and elsewhere are the old-world cityscapes of these forgotten borderlands.
The Electoral Palatinate is a forgotten land within the borders of modern-day Germany. Centered on the city of Heidelberg the region offers its sweeping vistas of the Rhine valley, ancient churches and the small towns snugged away in the forest and valleys of the Rhenish highlands.