A small tourist town, hidden amongst vineyards on the banks of the Moselle River in Luxembourg; Remich is not only an important wine centre, but captivates visitors with its promenade of birch and cherry trees and picturesque lanes alluding to a great historic past.
Be sure to visit the Bacchus fountain, offering coolness on warm summer days, or wander to St. Nicolas Gate, built to honour the patron saint of fishermen and sailors; before stopping to sample the famous wine in one of the many taverns located in the myriad of tiny streets and squares of the town. Do take a tour of a wine cellar to discover how the delicious nectar is produced.
Remich has an old-fashioned appeal, lending itself perfectly to leisurely lunches on beautiful terraces, romantic strolls along the river or exploring small, local museums. It’s not difficult to see why it’s known as the ‘Pearl of the Moselle’.