The pier of MS “Princess Marie-Astrid” is in Grevenmacher. On board of this beautiful pleasure ship, you discover the Moselle valley from a different and fascinating perspective. The ship was built in 2010 for 500 passengers split over two levels. With its luxurious and elegant interior, the ship will remind you of the famous passenger ships from the past. On board everything is made for your comfort.
While you enjoy a gastronomic meal, vineyards, villages, hills and forests slide by. From the big panoramic windows you enjoy perfect views.
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The path of myths and legends next to the Moselle river
Well-known figures and places coming from old Grevenmacher myths and legends are represented on this path situated close to the new stairway on the promenade.
In 1964 the Moselle was canalized over a length of 270 km between Metz (France) and Koblenz (D). One of the barrages of this international navigation road is in Grevenmacher. Maps and information can be consulted next to the sluice.
Information on opening- and visiting hours of the two Grevenmacher wine cellars, Bernard-Massard and Domaines Vinsmoselle, can be found on the links below :
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Regional tourist office
“Miselerland” invites you to enjoy your stay. The Moselle represents a romantic frontier between the Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg and Germany.
On the links below you will find more tourist information on the Luxembourgish Moselle region.