The Mosel divides Traben-Trarbach, which has pleasant promenades on both sides of the river. Its wine festivals are held the second and last weekends in July. Traben's art nouveau buildings are worth seeing, including the Hotel Bellevue, the gateway on the Mosel bridge, the post office, the train station, and the town hall.
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