I will be traveling in Germany in early April. I am well aware that it could rain while I am there, and where I live, we are used to rainy days. But some locations aren't very appealing in the rain. In Berlin or Dresden, at least you can go to museums.
What about the towns of the Mosel Valley and the Middle Rhine? After reading Rick's Germany book, I'd be interested in exploring a few of the towns, taking a Mosel cruise, and hiking up to Burg Eltz, among other things. But I can't imagine a muddy hike would be much fun. And taking pictures would be a primary reason to visit these areas.
Am I wrong? Should I avoid these areas if the weather forecast is for rain? Or does the area still merit a visit even in bad weather? I can probably be flexible in my plans and simply avoid the Mosel and the Rhine at the last minute and add time to other cities. Does this make sense?