15+ Memorable Things to do in Koblenz, Germany

Anyone that knows me knows I'm having some serious wanderlust lately so today I'd like to talk about the best things to do in Koblenz, Germany if you want some truly unique experiences. With everything from museums, churches, cathedrals, and tours, be sure to cross at least a couple of these activities off your Germany travel list!

I’m sure you’ve heard by now, but in case this is your first time on StephanieCristi, I’ll let you know that this post is part of a series inspired by my parents upcoming Rhine river cruise.
I’m feeling a little jelly so I’ll be taking this opportunity to live vicariously through them, their stories, and their photos. Today I’ll be sharing a monster list of things to do in Koblenz, since that’s the fourth stop on their trip.

Their cruise actually stops at quite a few places on my ultimate world travel bucket list! So, even though I won’t be joining them on this trip, I’ll be sharing tons of blog posts with attractions and activities for each of their stops.

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This way, you and I will both get to:

  • daydream about trips to come, and
  • get some planning done for the day we do get to visit these amazing cities 🙂

You can find the blog series at each of the links below (to be filled in one per month leading up to their trip in October 😉 )

  1. Things to do in Amsterdam, Netherlands
  2. Free things to do in Kinderdijk, Netherlands
  3. Hungry? Check Out Where to Eat in Cologne, Germany
  4. Koblenz, Germany (that’s this post lol)
  5. Heidelberg, Germany
  6. Strasbourg, France
  7. Breisach, Germany
  8. Basel, Switzerland

So without further ado, today’s post is on things to do in Koblenz, Germany!

Things to do in Koblenz: Take a Tour

I love taking tours when I’m in a new city, since you get to see a ton of different stops rolled into one activity (and one payment 😉 )

  1. Rhine River 20 Castles Boat Tour Pass
  2. KD Rhine Pass – Nostalgic Route – Rhine Cruise from Koblenz to Rudesheim
  3. River Rhine Cruise from Koblenz to Boppard: Ehrenbreitstein Fortress and Koblenz Cable Car
  4. Koblenz – Old Town including the Deutsches Eck
  5. Koblenz Guided tour of the Ehrenbreitstein Fortress 

Things to do in Koblenz: Visit a Museum

I love visiting museums, especially historical ones. And Germany is certainly the place to go for historical museums!

  1. Deutschherrenhaus (Ludwigmuseum)
  2. Rhein-Museum

Things to do in Koblenz: Take in Historic Sights

Fortresses, and plazas, oh my!

  1. Visit Ehrenbreitstein Fortress
  2. Walk around Gorresplatz
  3. Altes Kaufhaus
  4. Munzplatz

Things to do in Koblenz: Visit a Landmark

  1. Deutsches Eck (German Corner)
  2. Kurfurstliches Schloss
  3. Marksburg Castle

Things to do in Koblenz: Tour Churches and Cathedrals

  1. Herz Jesu Kirche
  2. Christuskirche
  3. St Josef
  4. Anbetungskirche

TL;DR

I’m getting so excited for them to spend an amazing two weeks in Europe cruising down the Rhine river – and for myself when the day comes for me to visit Koblenz! Plus my grandma will be visiting from Spain during their two weeks away so I’ll get to have grandma all to myself!

Have you been to Germany? Out of all the things to do in Koblenz, where’s your favorite place to spend an afternoon? Let me know in the comments down below, I’d love to add it to this list post!

And if you decide to go on this cruise, you can find the Viking Hlin on Trip Advisor here.

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With all my love,

SC xo

Anyone that knows me knows I\'m having some serious wanderlust lately so today I\'d like to talk about the best things to do in Koblenz, Germany if you want some truly unique experiences. With everything from museums, churches, cathedrals, and tours, be sure to cross at least a couple of these activities off your Germany travel list!

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