Koblenz is a city in North Rhine-Westphalia and is situated on both banks of the Rhine at its confluence with the Moselle, where the Deutsches Eck (German Corner) is situated.
The city of Koblenz with its numerous hotels covers an area of 105.02 km²/40.16 miles² at a height of 64.7 meters/70.75 yards above sea level. The hill Kühkopf in the local forest Stadtwald, being 382 meters/418 yards high, is the largest elevation in the region. Larger cities near Koblenz are Bonn (60 km/37 miles) and Mainz (90 km/56 miles).
Koblenz and its hotels are easily accessible via the autobahn A61 (Ludwigshafen-Mönchengladbach) and autobahn A48 (Saarbrücken-Cologne). There are also numerous through roads that you might use to get into the city: B9, B42, B49, B416, B258, B327.
Koblenz offers a variety of nice hotels of different categories, guesthouses, restaurants, cafés, pizzerias, bistros and bars. Near the Koblenz hotels you will be offered numerous ways to spend your leisure time at swimming halls, sport centres, tennis courts or fitness centres.
Koblenz ranges among Germany’s oldest towns, with the Rhine Gorge and the Roman fort belonging to the UNESCO World Heritage. Koblenz’s origins as area of settlement range back to as early as 9,000 B.C.
Near your hotel in Koblenz you will be able to visit a variety of sights, such as the Deutsches Eck (German Corner with a replica of an equestrian statue of the Empereor Wilhelm I., originally erected in 1897) , the town’s landmark, and the fountain Schangelbrunnen.
Other popular sights include the castle Stolzenfels, the fortress Koblenz, the fortress Ehrenbreitenstein, the Old Castle, the fort Großfürst Konstantin, the bridge Balduinbrücke, the old department store, the four towers, the town hall, the electoral palace, the local theatre, the fountain Kaiserbrunnen and a number of churches.
Many of the tourists in Koblenz also like to visit the museums and the Koblenz zoo.
Total population: 105,888
Postal code: 56068