Topped by a 62m-high tower, the Gothic St-Gangolf-Kirche was built in the early 15th century on the site of a 14th-century tower. It's...
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Dining on quality regional produce – and sampling the local whites – is a serious pleasure at this charming Weinstube , either in the...
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Feast like a Roman on dishes based on the recipes of 1st-century local chef Marcus Gavius Apicius: mulled Moselle white wine followed by barley soup, pine-nut-stuffed sausage, artichokes with boiled eggs, ham with figs and almonds, and wine-sautéed pears with custard, honey and green peppercorns. The Roman menu is available of an evening, during the day it serves more conventional German and international fare.