This 2,000-year-old city, where the Teutonic Order founded one of its first commanderies in the 13th century, lies on the convergence of the Moselle and Rhine Rivers. Hop on a cable car, one of the city's most popular attractions, for stunning city-wide views, or cruise down the Rhine to spot some of Koblenz's magnificent fortresses and castles, including the Ehrenbreitstein Fortress and Schloss Stolzenfels. Stroll the cobbled streets from the Deutsches Eck statue to the city center, and you'll likely pass by a variety of historic buildings and monuments.

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Koblenz Cable Car
Float over the mighty River Rhine in one of these famous cable cars, a popular attraction for tourists hoping to get a beautiful bird's-eye view of historic Koblenz and its surrounding castles.

Deutsches Eck
Witness to the convergence of the Moselle and the Rhine, as well as the 13th-century arrival of the Teutonic Knights, this important historic site offers spectacular views of the city's flowing rivers and crossing ships.