We recently returned from a fabulous week away in Germany's beautiful Mosel Valley.
The Mosel is a wine region located near Germany's western boarder and is famous for its steep slopes overlooking the rivers, which the vineyards are planted on. The area is filled with cobbled towns, storybook castles, picturesque medieval streets tucked between steep vineyards and gorgeous scenery.
We stayed in a cute little German style cottage and spent our days sight seeing and taking in all the beauty surrounding us. It was so nice to have some much needed relaxing quality family time and the Mosel was the most perfect place for it.
|The Mosel is most famous for it's delicious Riesling wines!|
|Just like a fairytale!|
|Stopping to take in all that beauty.|
|Bremmer Calmont the steepest recorded vineyard in the world.|
|Strolling through the streets of Cochem. I adore this charming, romantic little city!|
|Strolling through the adorable city of Zell.|
|Enjoying the stunning view.|