Points Of Interest Mutterstadt, Germany
Considered as one of the world's most economically developed nation, Germany is located in the West-Central region of Europe. Germany is a federal republic of sixteen states and is bordered by North Sea, Denmark and the Baltic Sea to the north, Poland and Czech Republic to the east, Austria and Switzerland to the south, and France, Luxembourg, Belgium and Netherlands to the west.
Germany is highly acclaimed for its technological advancements. The country has the world’s third largest economy, it is the world’s largest exporter of goods, world’s second largest importer of goods, and member state of UN, EU and NATO and it is ranked fourth in world for its military expenditure. Apart from these, Germany is also an interesting tourist destination famous for its historical sites, beer gardens, museums, amazing architecture, vibrant cities, fabulous shopping, picturesque surroundings and pulsating nightlife.
City of Mutterstadt is a small municipality located in the district of Rhine-Pfalz-Kreiss in the state of Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany. Spread over an area of 21 square kilometers, the entire city has a population of a little more than 12,000. Some important places located around Mutterstadt include Neustadt, Speyer, Ludwigshafen, Mannheim and Heidelberg.
However, the most interesting point around Mutterstadt is the famous ‘German-wine route’. This route is Germany’s oldest tourist wine route that was first opened in the year 1935. German-wine route starts in Schweigen-Rechtenbach at the French border. This area is also called as German Wine Gate. The entire route is 85 kilometers long and passes through Bad Bergzabern, Landau, Edenkoben, Neustadt, Deidesheim, Bad Durkheim and Grunstadt. The route ends at Bockenheim. Apart from enjoying the mild climate of the region, tourists can also experience the summer sun shining down the gentle wooded hills planted with vines, figs, kiwis and lemons. The entire region is also known for its famous wine festivals that are held annually from March to October.
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