Bike & luggage transport along the Moselle Cycle Path
The Moselle Cycle Route is a popular long-distance cycle route that runs along the Moselle River in Germany. The route starts in Perl, France, and ends in Koblenz, passing through the wine-growing areas and picturesque landscapes of the Moselle valley. The trail is around 550 kilometres long in total and offers cyclists the opportunity to explore the beauty along the Moselle, including river valleys, vineyards, historic towns and villages.
There are several options for bicycle transport and luggage transport along the Moselle Cycle Path
- Bike transport service: Some companies offer a bike transport service along the Moselle Cycle Path, where you can have your bike and luggage transported from one station to the next.
- Taxi driving service: There are also taxi driving services specifically for cyclists along the Moselle Cycle Path, where you can have your bike and luggage transported.
- Luggage transport service: There are also luggage transport services where your luggage is transported from one location to the next while you continue on your bike.
- Coach: Some coach companies also offer bicycle transport and luggage transport along the Moselle Cycle Path.
With the help of the VeloVans.com network, it is possible to find appropriate transport service providers who transport the bicycle, bicycle accessories as well as bicycle luggage from one place to another.
Moselle Cycle Route Highlights
There are numerous highlights to discover along the Moselle Cycle Path:
- Traben-Trarbach: This historic town is known for its art nouveau architecture and is a popular place for cyclists to take a break.
- Cochem: Cochem is a picturesque town on the banks of the Moselle, known for its medieval townscape and Reichsburg Castle.
- Bernkastel-Kues: This town is another popular destination along the Moselle Cycle Route and offers a rich history and a well-preserved old town.
- Roman city of Trier: Trier is an ancient city on the banks of the Moselle and is known for its historic buildings, including the amphitheatre and the Porta Nigra.
- Moselle wine region: The Moselle wine region is one of the most important wine-growing areas in Germany and offers cyclists the opportunity to visit the vineyards and wineries along the way.
These are just a few of the many highlights along the Moselle Cycle Path. It is recommended that you also visit smaller towns and landscapes along the way to enjoy the full experience.
Our Mosel Cycle Path Network Partners
Below are some of our partners who are part of our network for luggage and bicycle transport along the Moselle Cycle Path.