If you wanted the quick Westerwald experience, there is a definite answer to the question of "What should I see first?". With these three destinations, you will have experienced a bit of everything that the Westerwald has to offer.
The Mosan valleyis a rugged region that runs the length of the Meuse/Maas River. With a rich and ancient history, it is known for its dense forests, remote castles and resplendent palaces.
The Maas Valley is full of resplendent and forgotten palaces. Relics from the Age of Absolutism, they offer well preserved windows into the past. So which ones are worth visiting? This guide will summarize the best palaces to visit in Maas Valley.
The Westerwald is a heavily forested highland region that hugs the right bank of the Rhine Valley as it cuts through a series of small mountain ranges. To a large extent unsuitable for agriculture, the region did not develop instep with nearby regions, leaving a heritage of medieval towns, castles, and monasteries.
Like Alsace, the Maas Valley is a borderland region that sits in the center of European history. The region has its own cultural traditions and a long history of independence. This guide will take you through some of the most beautiful and historically significant destinations in Northern Europe.