27.6.15

Cochem & Bernkastel-Kues

This is the final part about my recent trip to Germany. After visiting Marksburg, my bf and I travelled to Cochem, a charming little village, where we had dinner at Ratstkeller (the pink house in the photo below). 
We tried the wine from this region and we shared a potato cake with smoked salmon. 
Ratskeller had different Flammkuchen (tarte flambĂ©es) on their menu. 
I had the tasty Flammkuchen with Emmentaler. 

We had a great dinner experience at this restaurant. The wine, the food, and the service were absolutely great. 

Ratskeller Cochem
Marktplatz 1
56812 Cochem
Germany

The following morning we visited Bernkastel-Kues, which is also known for being a health resort. Unfortunately it was raining heavily again and we only stayed there for a short while.
We left Bernkastel-Kues for Trier, where we visited the Karl Marx Museum and had lunch. Later that day we returned to Luxembourg for the street party and fireworks for our National Day. Even though the trip to Germany was brief, it was nice to be away on a mini holiday. 

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22 comments

  1. All your photos are stunning!! Loved the places and the food!!

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  2. Cochem looks delightful, I love the pink restaurant and I've got a weakness for Flammkuchen ever since I lived in France, it's very popular there too


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  3. Mini holidays are great for beaking routine ! So sad it was raining, all those places look so pretty

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  4. The houses look so special! Love them, hope you had a great time there.

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  5. Oh my gosh those buildings! Such a beautiful and scenic place for photos. :D

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  6. It looks amazing!
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  7. i would love to visit Germany and that food looks delicious!

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  8. Too bad it was raining. But the village has charming buildings. The shops look interesting too. The tarts look delicious.

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  9. beautiful photos! I love those styles of buildings

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  10. Stunning photos the architecture is beautiful!

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  11. Wow, That looks so pretty!
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  12. Your photography skills always blow me off!
    You took some amazing captures!

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  13. That looks like a very little cute city

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  14. Amazing pictures! Love these beautiful architecture!
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  15. such charming structures!!! i love this!!
    the food looks great as well!

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  16. These buildings are so cute, I love the tudor
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  17. The traditional architecture in this area is so attractive! We enjoyed the flammkuchen on our last trip to Munich. Looking forward to more when we visit again, hopefully soon! Wonderful photos as always!

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  18. The buildings are so cute! Glad to hear you enjoyed your trip! I'd love to visit both cities one day.

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  19. Wonderful photos ! Germany is gorgeous :)

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