Its 24/7 picturesque location lends itself to the ideal spot from where to explore the Moselle Valley, the castles on the River Rhine, and all the surrounding dreamy villages and vineyards.
Koblenz is easy to reach by train from Frankfurt (M) Airport Long-Distance, taking around 1 hour 8 minutes. Other popular trips to/from Koblenz are:
The building is home to the city public library, the Mittelrhein Museum, and the tourist information with the interactive experience exhibition “Romanticum”.
The original statue (erected in 1897) of the Kaiser was destroyed by US troops in World War II in 1945. The statue was replaced in 1993 as a reformed Germany strived towards being a model nation, staying out of foreign wars.
It’s quite amazing standing next to these massive life-size machines. The collection includes planes, armored vehicles, helicopters, and a wide variety of weapons.
Have your translation application on your phone ready to translate most of the artefact labelling which is in German. There are no cafes inside the museum, so quench your thirst before you go.
You get your rainy days throughout the year, and not in specific seasons only. That said, the most rain usually falls in June, while the least rain generally falls in February. Considering our changing climate, we have a summary of weather patterns to help you plan your trip to Koblenz. For detailed information about the climate, visit the weatherspark.com website.