Schloss Malberg, © Ferienregion Bitburger Land

Sights & Activities

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Ostbaumlehrpfad in Kyllburg, © TI Bitburger Land

Kyllburg Fruit Tree Trail


The fruit tree nature trail on the Stiftsberg in Kyllburg shows different types of fruit in the parsonage meadow.

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Bitburger Bierbrunnen, © Tourist-Information Bitburger Land

Bitburger Beerfountain


Located in front of the brewery and next to the restaurant, Simonbraeu, is the Bitburger Beerfountain. The fountain, which was built in 1937 by the Mayener sculptor, Professor Burger, originally stood on the Marktplatz, the town square. After WW II, it was erected to its present location…

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Kunstwerk Kunstroute Kyllburg, © Toni Nemes

Kunstroute Kyllburg


The Kyllburg Art Route is a project that harmonizes art and landscape in a similar way to "Land Art".

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Pfarrkirche in Auw an der Kyll, © EifelBahnSteig

Church of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary in Auw an der Kyll

Auw an der Kyll

The parish and pilgrimage church "Mariä Himmelfahrt" in Auw an der Kyll near Bitburg is one of the oldest and most beautiful churches in the Southern Eifel region. It has always characterized the image of the small village in the Eifel with its central, high position in the middle of the village in the Kyll valley…

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Treverer-Pferde in Bitburg, © TI Bitburger Land

Statue of Treverer Horses


Situated in front of Bitburg’s County Hall is a bronze statue of Treverer Horses to honour Bitburg’s Celtic past.

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Augemented Reality der römischen Villa Oberweis, © ARGO - Augmented Archaeology (Universität Trier)

ARGO - Roman Villa Oberweis


Augemented reality makes the Roman villa Oberweis visible.

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Kolmeshöhe, © Tourist-Information Bitburger Land

Cemetery of Honour "Kolmeshöhe


The "Ehrenfriedhof" in Bitburg is a commemorative cemetery for soldiers who died in both World Wars. The cemetery attracted world-wide attention in 1985 causing a great deal of controversy from the Jewish communities as well as the Veterans of WWII. The President of United States, Ronald Reagan and West German chancellor Helmut Kohl were to visit Kolmeshoehe to lay a wreath on a tombstone…

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Barockschlösschen, © Tourist-Information Bitburger Land

Baroque Palace "Waisenhaus"


The former medieval castle dates from 1370. Since 1960, the pretty baroque palace has been home for various types of schools.

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Kapelle Nikolausberg, © TI Bitburger Land

Spangdahlem entombment group of Christ


In the chapel there are three sculpture groups: the Entombment group from 1643, the Lamentation, or "Holy Grave" group, and the Resurrection group created in 1750.

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Burgruine Bettingen, © Tourist-Information Bitburger Land

Bettingen Castle


Bettingen castle ruin.

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