Dream loops Sandra Gales
3 countries in 3 hours? From the European Museum, which became famous in 1985 due to the "Schengen Agreement", the hiking path takes you uphill to the nature reserve Strombierg and on to France in the surroundings of the winegrowing village of Contz-les-Bains. Once at the top, you will enjoy outstanding views over the Moselle valley situated in the tri-border area of Luxembourg, Germany and France. The steep vineyards and wild nature on the Strombierg make this hike a unique experience.After rainy periods, not or only restricted access!
Public transport: By train to Perl, from there by foot over the bridge to Schengen.
Getting there: A8 Saarbrücken –Luxemburg exit Schengen. Continue on the N10 to the European Museum.
Parking: Parking spots in front of the Tourist Info, Rue Robert Goebbels