Built in the year 1782, the Parish Church of St.Peter is one of the most frequented landmarks in Lieser. Located over the wine village on a small hill, the church is constructed in the Late Baroque style of architecture. The church also has a war memorial dedicated to the soldiers of the First World War.
Located by the Moselle River, the Dr.Pauly Bergweiler Winery is one of the best places for a wine tasting tour. The family owned estate was transformed into a winery by Dr.Pauly Bergweiler in the year 1959. Today, the winery's focus is on making excellent quality wines made from low-yields and carefully selected grapes. Visitors can tour the winery and also try their award-winning Riesling wines.
One of the most famous wineries in the Mosel valley region, Markus Molitor is a wine lovers' paradise. Centuries old, the winery has been a part of Molitor family since generations and Markus Molitor took over in 1984. The wine tasting tours are unforgettable and so are the world-famous Riesling wines. Not to be missed, you can get a taste of the true viniculture of the region at Markus Molitor.
Nestled amid the tranquil streets of this charming town, the Zylinder Haus museum displays exceptional exhibits related to automobiles. The museum is designed in a way that will take visitors back in time and they can see replicas of old shops, garages and gas stations. The main highlight is however, the vintage cars that are put on display. A must-visit, this museum is full of surprises.
Those who love wine and history will be intrigued by the Mosel-Weinmuseum, which chronicles the history of the wine culture of the region through several multimedia presentations. From terrain to grapes, cultivation to preserving, everything is documented in a riveting manner-a definite treat for any oenophile.
One of the oldest remaining buildings in the Moseltal, the Burg Landshut was possibly a Roman fortress and was built as early as the 4th or 5th Century. The towering structure that stands on the hilltop today belongs to the 12th or 13th Century and is one of the best preserved structures in the Moselle valley region. Overlooking the river and lush green surroundings, the castle has been renovated and today, houses a restaurant.
The WeinMuseum Schlagkamp is believed to be one of the biggest museums of its kind. The museum has over 10,000 interesting exhibits spanning across three levels. In the wine cellar, you will learn about the wine-making procedures and get to see a variety of barrels. The old Kelterhaus has a variety of interesting items related to wines, of course. In the old ballroom, you can enjoy a glass of premium wine. Children are welcomed to the museum as well and are served grape juice instead of the wines.
Set against the backdrop of lush green mountains, St. Anna Kirche is located in the wine growing region of Trier. Built in the late 19th century, this simple church is all about minimalistic interiors.
St Paulinus's Church is a fine example of classic Baroque architecture. Located in the northeast part of the city, the church was originally built in the 18th Century. The intricately decorated interiors of the church are by the famous architect Johann Balthasar Neumann. Scenes from St Paulinus's life are depicted beautifully on the ceiling of this church. A religious place that is active even today, it hosts organ recitals which are attended by locals as well as tourists.
Rising to a height of 698.8 meters (2293 foot) above sea level, the Ernstberg is a breathtakingly beautiful mountain. Belonging to the Volcanic Eifel, the mountain contains volcanic and basaltic rocks at its summit. A favorite destination for trekkers, the slopes provide a bird’s-eye vista of the surrounding countryside. During winters, one can also enjoy winter sports like skiing and tobogganing. Steps have been taken by the government to preserve the bio-diversity and natural quality of the mountain as it features some natural monuments of the region.