Traben-Trarbach attractions

Ruins in Traben-Trarbach

Grevenburg

The Grevenburg castle, built in the mid-1300s, sits high in the craggy hills above Trarbach, with incredible valley views. Because of its strategic importance, it changed hands 13 times, was besieged six times, and …
Ruins in Traben-Trarbach

Mont Royal

Above Traben are the remains of the vast Mont Royal fortress, constructed between 1687 and 1698 and designed by Vauban for Louis XIV as a base from which to project French power. Ruinously expensive, it was dismantl…
Museum in Traben-Trarbach

Buddha Museum

A magnificent 1906 Jugendstil former winery, designed by Bruno Möhring, is the unlikely home of the Buddha Museum, which has a beautifully presented collection of over 2000 wood, bronze and paper statues of the Budd…
Museum in Traben-Trarbach

Mittelmosel-Museum

A 1755 baroque villa proud of having hosted Johann Wolfgang von Goethe for a few hours in 1792 is now home to Traben-Trarbach's local history museum. Displays include furniture, 18th- and 19th-century period costume…