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Such a delightful village to visit. Just the drive there is enjoyable but the walk-around is a treat. Explore all the streets and as many shops as you care to. Great photo ops along the creek that runs through town. You will need to search...More
We visited the historic mustard mill to film for a travel and lifestyle television show. The owner, Mr. Breuer was incredibly welcoming, not only to us, but also to others visiting the mill. The mill has been in his family for many years, having been...More
knowing monschau since many years it is always thrilling to stop by at the traditional monschauer senfmühle. known throughout germany for its very special taste and top quality the staff on a packed saturday is so friendly, tries to find whatever you are looking for....More
Put this on your bucket list. This is a magnificent hidden gem. Sure it is a tourist haven but the sheer beauty of this place transports you mind to times past. One of the most appealing places I’ve seen.
Monschau is clearly the most touristy town in the area, and it is easy to understand why that is. Set in a river valley, overlooked by a splendid castle, the cobbled streets and square are a delight to see. Add the fact that there are...More
The view from the castle walls and tower is nice and it's neat to explore but the true value of it is the city it's in. Monschau is a beautiful little town in the middle of a valley and is worth the visit. You'll only...More
An earlier review posted here has beautifully summed up MONSCHAU already: This historic town is so packed with charmingly old architecture, that literally you will not know what to look at or photograph first!!! Utterly mesmerising town and highly recommended place to visit in Germany!!!
Liege - Baroc style buildings in the old town are so beautiful . We were lucky with the weather. The old town was even more pretty under the sun light. Leaves are already changed colours. We have taken a lot of beautiful photos. And from...More
No, only buses (it's way down in a valley, not train accessible). The only buses I've seen are operated by DB Bahn so if you go to their website you can get a schedule. The Monschau bus stop is called: Parkhaus/Schmiede... More
No, only buses (it's way down in a valley, not train accessible). The only buses I've seen are operated by DB Bahn so if you go to their website you can get a schedule. The Monschau bus stop is called: Parkhaus/Schmiede, Monschau.