THE TWIRLING TRAVELER
We decided to do a last minute summer camping trip to the Mosel. We were originally planning on going to Bremen, but all campsites were fully booked because of a festival, so we made other plans instead. The Mosel valley is a stunning piece of nature, with beautiful vineyards and quaint villages lining the Mosel river. In this blogpost you will find my recommendations for this area, including cycling, hiking and Fachwerk villages.
I pinned Heppenheim on google maps after having seen a picture of the gingerbread town center. It turned out to be the perfect stop when we were on our way to Baden-Baden. I expected the old town to consist of the exact three houses that I saw in the picture, but the town turned out to be much bigger and was super charming. We visited during summer time, while the region’s wine festival was in full swing, which created a cozy atmosphere.
Baden-Baden is a beautiful town in Germany, that is famous for its spa and as a retirement home for wealthy, elderly Germans. When you visit you will notice that the tourists are relatively old, while it is such an interesting town for all ages. Baden-Baden looks like a fairytale, with mountains and forests surrounding the old town. I had previously visited Baden-Baden in autumn time, which was great with all the fall foliage. However, this summer we went back without our kid, so we could enjoy the spa and the gardens.
SUMMER TRAVEL INSPIRATION