Koblenz, a city in Germany, lies at the junction of two rivers – Rhine and Moselle. Its rich history dates back to Roman times, when the famous Deutsches Eck (German Corner), old castles and surrounding scenery made Koblenz a destination worth visiting.

Koblenz is an attractive city that is often used as a convenient base for exploring the region, giving easy access, either by car, train, boat or even bicycle, to both river banks of the Upper Middle Rhine Valley and also to the German Moselle Valley. From the green hills and valleys to the small, charming towns and castles on every hill, the city itself has major tourist attractions including Fortress Ehrenbreitstein, the Deutsches Eck and Castle Stolzenfels.