Koblenz is divided into two parts – old town and new town. In the ancient part you will find many historic buildings such as the Basilica of Saint Castor, the Church of Our Beloved Lady, and the Church of St. Florin. Ehrenbreitstein fortress is built high above the town. It is one of the largest castles in Europe. In the new part you can visit numerous shops.
Koblenz is also famous for wine trade. One of its main attractions is the 'Wine Village', located on the Rhine banks. It has been a well-known address for all connoisseurs of good wine for nearly 75 years.
Koblenz is a 'small city' with a lot to offer people interested in art and culture. You can visit the Middle Rhine Museum focusing on paintings from the 19th and early 20th centuries, and the Ludwig Museum that specializes in contemporary French art.
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