Christmas in the Moselle Valley


Travel by Coach
4 Included Excursions
  • Enjoy the scenery along the Moselle Valley
  • Take a trip to Trier
  • Celebrate with a five-course Christmas Day German candlelit dinner

Treat yourself to a very special Christmas this year, celebrating in style on a relaxing break to Germany. You'll enjoy sumptuous meals and comfortable accommodation at your hotel, plus delightful sightseeing excursions.

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Day One - UK to France
We travel to France, via Calais, going on to our hotel in Belgium for dinner and our overnight stay. (D)

Day Two - France to Alf
We travel into Germany, stopping at Luxembourg en route with free time to explore, and arriving at the hotel in time for a dinner. (B,D)

Day Three - Christmas Eve - Trier
Following breakfast we enjoy an included excursion to Trier. Later this evening, we'll enjoy a three-course German style Christmas dinner with a glass of mulled wine. (B,D)

Day Four - Christmas Day
Today you have the choice of free time to relax and explore the surrounding area. You will be served a cold plate lunch and later this evening enjoy a five-course German candlelit dinner. (B,L,D)

Day Five - Boxing Day - Moselle Valley
Today after breakfast, we have a full day excursion to the Moselle Valley. Later, enjoy  dinner back at our hotel. (B,D)

Day Six - Germany to France
After breakfast today, it will sadly be time to say goodbye to Germany as we head back to Northern France for our overnight stay, stopping at Bruges en route with free time to explore. Dinner is served at the hotel this evening. (B,D)

Day Seven - France to UK
We head back to Calais after breakfast, crossing back to the UK and continuing our journey home. (B)

Hotel Bomers

Conveniently located in the village of Alf, the traditional Hotel Bömers has attractive public areas and promises a comfortable stay for all guests.

Rooms at this hotel

Hotel Gallery

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The Local Area

Included Excursions

En-route: Bruges

Enjoy the exquisitely preserved medieval city of Bruges during this excursion. Charming Bruges is known for its winding cobbled streets, pretty gabled houses and attractive tree-lined canals, each crossed by a humpback bridge. Explore the city at leisure, enjoying its architecture and historical details.


En Route: Luxembourg

We make our way to Luxembourg, where we enjoy free time to explore the city of Luxembourg. This excellent destination was influenced by bordering France and Germany and boasts a pretty old town, perched high above the green gorges winding down around it.


Moselle Valley And Cochem

Enjoy a full day included excursion exploring the Moselle Valley. Admire the beautiful scenery as we drive through the region to the town of Cochem. The old quarter of Cochem is dominated by the late-Gothic imperial castle and is dotted with medieval squares and timber framed houses to make this village an architectural gem.


Visit to Trier

Today we enjoy an included excursion to the town of Trier. Founded by the Romans, Germany's oldest town boasts an impressive collection of Roman monuments. This was also the birthplace of Karl Marx, whose house is now a museum.


Optional Excursions

Bruges Guided Walking Tour

Bruges is a fascinating city, and we’ll be able to enjoy a guided walking tour of the city while we’re there. This will provide us with more information about the city, as well as showing us some of the most famous attractions and landmarks.


Guided Walking Tour of Trier

The oldest city in Germany and a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1986, Trier is home to an outstanding assortment of Roman monuments and architectural gems. Learn more about this city's fascinating history on our guided tour.  

Founded by the Romans as Augusta Treverorum in 15 BC, Trier became the capital of the Western Roman Empire by the 3rd century AD. Our guided walking tour will also take us to Porta Nigra, symbol of the city of Trier and the biggest gate of the ancient world.