Coblenz, located at the confluence of Rhine and Moselle Rivers is the third largest city in Rhineland-Palatinate with a rich history and lots of places of interest. These include the German corner (Deutsches Eck) with the monument of Emperor William 1 on horseback. Coblenz hotels can be found throughout the city and are within easy reach of all major attractions. At around 1000 BC, fortifications were built on the Festung Ehrenbreitstein hill located on the bank of river Moselle, which is one of the city's landmarks. Good food and drink (local wines) is available from various restaurants and cafes.
Coblenz is a principal seat of the local wine trade and wine business. Furthermore, the city exports mineral water. Its manufactures include automotive parts (TRW), pianos, paper, cardboard, machinery, boats, aluminium coils and barges. Since the 17th century, Koblenz has been home to the Königsbacher brewery. The city is an important transit hub for the Rhine railways and for the Rhine navigation. Coblenz hotels are well connected by road and rail (Mainz-Cologne line). Tourists are attracted to Coblenz hotels by the good food and drink as well as sights and the city's rich history.