The third stage of the "Mosel-Radweg" is dedicated to the ancient Romans. The starting point is Trier - a veritable treasure trove of Roman architecture that still has a decisive influence on the cityscape today. Crossing the Kaiser-Wilhelm Bridge, the cycle path follows the left bank of the Moselle, first to the Pfalzel district, which was the summer residence of the Roman emperors for many years, and finally to Schweich with its baroque ferry tower. Here the cycle path changes to the right bank of the Moselle and the landscape slowly changes from open to narrowing valley. At the stage destination in Mehring, the Villa Rustica - a reconstructed Roman estate - is waiting to tell you about the luxurious everyday life of the Roman settlers.