The seventh stage of the Mosel-Radweg starts in the traditional Art Nouveau town of Traben-Trarbach and leads first to Enkirch. It is worth leaving the Mosel-Radweg for a short while to take a closer look at the "treasure trove of Rhineland half-timbered construction". As you ride through the narrow streets of the wine village, the beautifully carved street signs and the many gable and bay window decorations on the lovingly restored half-timbered buildings catch your eye. Back on the Mosel-Radweg, the tour continues via Burg to the winegrowing village of Pünderich. The historic town centre with its stylishly restored half-timbered houses provides the perfect backdrop for a rest. Finally, the cycle path leads via the wine village of Breidel on to Zell (Moselle), the home of the "Zell Black Cat". Here the Mosel-Radweg changes over the bridge to the left bank of the Moselle. Now it is not far to the stage finish in Bullay, where the historic railway bridge can be admired. Germany's first double-decker bridge crosses the Moselle as a steel construction, at the top for the railway and at the bottom for road traffic.