In dem Renaissanceschloss befinden sich heute ein Sterne-Restaurant und ein Casino.
Photo: Nis M. Nissen, Nis M. Nissen
Distance 16.4 km
Highest point365 m
Lowest point145 m
A Roman villa, a castle and magnificent views of the Moselle are on offer on this hike in the Dreiländereck from Perl to Nennig.
From Perl, a small winegrowing community in the triangle Luxembourg-France-Germany – the only winegrowing community in the Saarland – we hike to Berg Castle above Nennig. The Renaissance castle, which today houses a hotel with an attached casino and a three-star restaurant, also has a Renaissance garden worth seeing. On the way, we pass both natural and cultural highlights such as the Hammelsberg nature reserve, famous for its wealth of orchids, and the Roman villa with its magnificent mosaic floor in Nennig. For orchid fans, the hike is ideal in May and June, when most of the exotic-looking plants are in bloom.
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