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Moselle wine village with body and soul

The picturesque wine village of Bullay is the gateway to the Middle Moselle, Eifel and Hunsrück. Framed by dense forests and vineyards, it attracts wine lovers, especially those who enjoy hiking, to the Moselle valley below Arras Castle and Marienburg Castle. The annual highlight in Bullay is the autumn festival, which the locals always celebrate with their guests on the second weekend in September. One of the most famous hiking trails in the region is the Moselsteig.

The picture is taken from the river. The picture shows the Moselle, a ship and the village of Bullay.
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The picture shows the double-decker bridge crossing the Moselle at Bullay. In the background is a detail of this Mosel village and vineyards.
© Inge Faust

Start your tour in Bullay on this quality hiking trail or one of the many other trails that lead around the town. Or ride your bike along the Moselle. Bullay is well connected to the regional cycle path network and is also an attractive destination for cycle tourists. An exemplary linking of DB long-distance transport with local bus lines and cycle tourism is the environmental railway station. There is also a ferry connection to Alf.

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