216 km
minimum 10h50 / 3 days 



Route description


The possible combinations are unlimited, depart from Wasserbillig for 3 days, cycle comfortably to Koblenz to the Rhine and return comfortably by train to Luxembourg. Opt for a shorter route by joining one of the many railway stations on your route.


Day 1: Wasserbillig - Bernkastel-Kues (83km)

At Wasserbillig station, you have to choose which bank you want to follow the Moselle on. If you opt for the right bank, you must leave the underground passage of the station in the direction of the pontoon of the Esplanade to cross the river on board the "Sankta Maria 2" ferry to disembark at Oberbillig. If you go left, you cross the Moselle bridge to Wasserbilligerbrück, a nearby German border village. Turn right to reach the edge of the river and continue on the cycle path through the wide valley of the Upper-Moselle.

In Igel the idyllic landscape changes when you cross the railway bridge, you continue from Konz on the right bank to the city centre of Trier, Germany's oldest city. Return to the edge of the Moselle and continue towards Palzem, Ehrang, Quint and Schweich. The cycle path continues on the right bank towards the wine-growing town of Piesport. You drive through the wine villages of Trittenheim, Neumagen-Dhron to Bernkastel-Kues your final destination for today.

The famous Moselle town of Bernkastel-Kues offers plenty of attractions that would be worth an extended stay. The picturesque old town, full of history and culture, with one of the most beautiful half-timbered ensembles in Germany, invites you to explore.


  • Departure station Trier
  • Railway stations and timetables along the way, check here


Day 2: Bernkastel-Kues - Cochem (78km)

You continue along the river and pass multiple charming wine villages on this 78-kilometre long stage. The village of Zeltingen-Rachtig is worth a detour through the centre with its old farmhouses and half-timbered houses.

You continue through the typical wine villages Erden, Lösnich, Kindel and Wolf before arriving at the next well known tourist town, Traben-Trarbach. You regularly come across CFL trains. Passing through Saint-Aldegund, you reach the wine-growing town of Bremm, located at the foot of Calmont, with its narrow and winding streets.

After leaving the localities Ediger-Eller, Nehren, Senhals, Ellenz-Poltersdorf, and Ernst behind you, you arrive in full satisfaction at your destination in Cochem.


  • Return by train to Luxembourg
  • Railway stations and timetables along the way, check here


Day 3: Cochem - Koblenz (55 km)

You leave on the cycle path and you appreciate the steep slopes with their narrow terraces planted with vines. The authentic villages are on your way, Treis-Karden, Kobern-Gondorf and Winningen, one of the most beautiful villages in Germany.

You approach Koblenz slowly; the cycle path ends at the "Deutschen Eck" where the Moselle flows into the Rhine. Explore the city and reach Luxembourg by train.


  • Return by train to Luxembourg
  • Railway stations and timetables along the way, check here
To the Bike shop

Our practical advices for your cycling adventures

Your train journeys

Take advantage of free transport in Luxembourg!
* In the trains the 1st class is charged.

For your journeys to Germany, you need a transport ticket.Your bike is transported free of charge on regional trains provided you do not travel during rush hour.

  • Comfortably from home: 
  •  en route on the international CFL app
  • Before boarding, check the timetable and stay tuned about works on the railway network and rail replacement services on and the CFL app.
  • Board the train at the intended location and put your bike in the provided space.


Plan like a pro
  • Download the GPX file, which is available at the top of the page and integrate it into the navigation application of your choice.
  • Maps of the Luxembourg cycling network, that have been produced by, are available in CFL sales centers. Get one of them so you can always find the right way.

Safe cycling

  • Make sure your bike is in good condition and meets legal requirements before departure.
  • Always wear a cycling helmet that fits your head and ensure that the neckband is resealed. Brightly coloured clothes make you more visible.
  • Anticipative and cautious driving greatly reduces the risk of an accident.

Find more information here.