A 14th century bridge, the oldest preserved bridge in Koblenz, although it has had several part rebuilds since then. It connects Koblenz old town with Lutzel across the River Moselle.
It is apparently one if not the oldest bridge that takes you over the Mosel It is a fantastic piece of engineering considering that it was built ages ago but it kind of disappears compared to the rest of the many historic things in Koblenz
This is the first bridge you will pass under as you leave the Rhine to go down the Moselle. It was built in the 14th century and in my opinion is nothing special. There is a nice wide path underneath on the Koblenz side where you can cycle and get a close up look at its workmanship.
The brigde was built over the river Mosel in the early middleages and connects the old city of Koblenz with the newer parts North of the centre. In fact, that's it. Although you can have a nice view on the centre from the bridge and have a look at the 'Deutsches Eck' from another angle.
The bridge is ancient. Its early construction dates back to the 12th century. Additionally it adds to the charm of banks of Koblenz on the river Mosel. However it is not that spectacular. It is easily accessible by strolling along the bank of the Mosel.