Rhineland

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Rhineland — Germany’s wine capital boasts fertile vineyards climbing up steep hills that lead to old, imposing castles and charming wine villages, each of which has at least one wine festival per year. Though the Rhine Valley is only as wide as the little towns on either side of the riverbank, the region stretches nearly 134 miles long.

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For the quaint villages and charming castles of Germany’s wine capital.

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