From the Romans to the European Union
The Moselle region has a rich cultural heritage, from the Romans to the European Union. Stroll through the charming winegrowing villages, discover Gallo-Roman sites and remains of the Romans who marked the region over 2000 years ago on the "Roman Road". The Moselle is partly situated on the European Liberation Route, the transnational memorial that connects the places of remembrance of the Second World War.
The region's 7 museums offer a wide variety of topics, ranging from aviation and life in the past to the history of printing in Luxembourg and, of course, wine. In Schengen, where the agreement of the same name was signed in 1985, you can lean all about the epic history of the European Union and the beginning of free movement in Europe at the European Museum.