100 metres above the river, the symbol of Cochem looms imposingly over the town. The Cochem Castle was commissioned by Duke Ezzo in the year 1000. Then, in 1151, it was conquered by the Staufer family and renamed the “Reichsburg.” After its destruction in the 17th century, it was rebuilt some 200 years later in 1868.
40 minute tours take place daily from mid March to November in short, regular intervals between 9:00 am and 5:00 pm.
Learn more about the history of the Moselle river and Cochem during a tour with the Mosel Wine Express. The tour leads past the famous Reichsburg castle in Cochem as well as many historical buildings and other attractions big and small.
The journey takes approx. 25 minutes. Daily tours during the main season from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm.
Take a tour of an entirely different sort with Mosella. This diverting and contemplative tour leads to various places left out of “normal” town tours. And yet you’ll soon discover why Cochem an der Mosel is such an extraordinary town.
Every Friday from May to October, starting at 8:00 pm. Meeting point is the Carlfritz-Nicolay-Platz square near the Moselbrücke bridge. Prior registration required!
This professionally guided tour leads visitors through the over 200-year history of Cochlem’s famed mustard mill.You’ll discover how creative mixes and recipes handed down over generations have today become special gourmet mustards.Taste the difference for yourself!
Open daily, Monday to Sunday, 10:00 am to 6:00 pm.
Learn all there is to know about the past and future of our romantic town of Cochem, told with humour, a smile & a wink, and a flair for the dramatic.
This town tour can be enjoyed every Saturday and Monday throughout the year. Meeting point is the tourist information office in Cochem at 11:00 am.
Accompany the night watchmen of Cochem as they make their rounds with halberd axe, horn and lantern through the medieval town centre. During the tour, you’ll discover plenty of fascinating information about the famed town on the Moselle river. To cap off the proceedings, each guest will receive a small souvenir of the tour.
Every Saturday year round. Meeting point is the tourist information office in Cochem at 8:30 pm. The tour lasts approx. 2 hours.