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VIVA RIVERSIDE Traben-Trarbach
Traben Trarbach

Bookable in period 28. May until 31. July 2021

from 109 €

Availability and detailed prices
you can find on our booking page


The VIVA RIVERSIDE Traben-Trarbach has a restaurant and a bar. There is also a large sun deck with a direct view of the Moselle River.
All accommodation units are equipped with a seating area and a flat-screen TV. They also have a private bathroom with hairdryer, shower and toiletries.
Breakfast is already included in the overnight price. We can also prepare this vegan on request (please inform us in advance).
Trier is 40 km away. Bernkastel-Kues is 5 km away. The nearest airport is Frankfurt-Hahn Airport, 12 km from VIVA RIVERSIDE Traben-Trarbach.

Please note: outside our business hours and on the day of arrival, the crew on board is currently available on the following telephone number:+31 611 600 686.


Current regulations:

Status: 08.06.2021, 3 PM

Tourist overnight stays in Traben-Trarbach are currently permitted again. For private travellers, according to the Corona Protection Ordinance, one of the following conditions must be proven at check-in:

  • recovered (min. 28 days as well as max. 6 months ago)
  • tested (max. 24 hours, rapid test (so-called citizen test) must be confirmed in writing/digitally by a testing centre)
  • two vaccinations (exception: Johnson and Johnson), the second vaccination must be 14 days old.
The corresponding proof must be presented at check-in together with an official identification document.

If you are planning a longer stay and are not immunised due to vaccination or recovery, a new test must be carried out every 48 hours from the last test. You can find the current test centres in Traben-Trarbach here.

Thank you for your understanding.

Traben Trarbach

The city of Traben-Trarbach lies on the River Moselle in the Rhineland-Palatinate of western Germany. The Acher Hof, a whitewashed stone building with a timbered facade and gabled roof is part of an ancient estate dating back to the ninth century. On one of the town's hills is the ruined castle of Grevenburg which was founded in the fourteenth century. It endured many sieges and battles until its destruction in 1734. The Starkenburg Castle is a another ancient monument and the foundations of the Mont Royal Fort are all that remain of the enormous structure built by the French King Louis XIV. However, the most impressive Mediaeval monument is the Town Tower, a beautifully restored stone watchtower that was once part of the city's defensive wall built in 1350. The tower includes a glockenspiel of twenty-eight bronze bells which play at various times throughout the day.

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