We recently visited Germany and spent a Day in Koblenz which is just South West of Frankfurt. It was freezing cold and a little damp being the beginning of February but there was enough to interest us for some exploring.
We started with the fort (Ehrenbreitstein Fortress) which overlooks the city from the top of the hill, just across the river. There is a handy cable-car that takes you straight there avoiding the steep climb (and a cold swim across the Rheine).
Back at river level we walked down to ‘German Corner’ (or Deutsches Eck) which is a large monument on the corner where the Moselle river enters the Rhein.
From there we walked up the Moselle and explored the centre of the city.
Being a Sunday there was not much open in terms of shops etc. so and with the cold eating into our bones we decided to return to Frankfurt which was where we had based ourselves and get a warming dinner.
As you can tell the weather wasn’t great for photography and was constantly changing; I shot some film too which I will share once I have the images back from the developers.