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Cochem is a small town quite busy with tourists. The area is lovely with beautiful houses along the cobble-stone streets. Apart from the vineyards on both sides of the slopes, the castle on top of the slope offers a must-see spot for tourists. Recommended.
Having spent time in other area villages, we were disappointed in the touristy feel to Cochem. Mostly aimed at shoppers. We thankfully stayed on the quiet side of the river in charming Hotel Zehnthof, and didn't spend much time in Cochem proper. We much more...More
Like many old towns this town was almost distoryed by WWII. The town was rebuilt, to pre WWII apearance. This is a good walking city. They ban cars after 10am in the morning, so town belongs to the walking tourist.
Our tour to Cochem was interesting. The main attraction was the Castle. Though steep & difficult to climb was worth the visit & the charge. It is a small German town, crowded with tourists when we were there. Lots of local people come here to...More
Cochem is a quaint old world town in the Mosel valley. It has several cobbled streets and the locals are very welcoming. As this is the main attraction for the region it is somewhat expensive for travellers. Do not expect the wonderful charm of the...More
It's a crowded town with over 750,000 visitors every year. It's fun to explore the shops but didn't find anything I just had to have. Would have been nice to find a telephone store. Lots of good pastry shops and most have open-air service. If...More