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Rhine, Main & Moselle

A journey along the famous river Rhine brings together cultural diversity and an incredible number of alternating impressions.

Although this imposing river ranks today among the world’s most important waterways from an economic point of view, it has lost nothing of its fascination acquired in the course of its turbulent history. Goethe himself drew inspiration from the beautiful Rhine, as did many other famous poets who understandably fell into raptures when they contemplated its dreamy riverside scenery; the central Rhine valley, steeped in legend, and the Moselle region with its delightful vineyards, make perfect destinations for romantics and connoisseurs alike.



$150 Early Booking Discount

Starting and ending in Cologne, this cruise takes you up the Rhine to its largest tributary, the Moselle River, and along the winding course of the Saar River, a tributary of the Moselle. As you cruise along the sinuous spine of the Mosel winegrowing region, admire its picturesque landscape dominated by steep vineyards. Explore Cochem’s narrow alleys, visit medieval Bernkastel-Kues, the...

Cologne → Cologne

8 Days

from $ 2,078.00

$150pp Early Booking Discount

Get ready for an unforgettable European experience which fits the wonders of Dutch waterways, the Rhine, the Main and the Main-Danube Canal, all into one cruise. Highlights of the itinerary are the capital city of Amsterdam with its many canals and bustling streets, the cathedral city of Cologne, the Upper Middle Rhine Valley and its incredible wealth of castles and winegrowing villages, the...

Amsterdam → Nuremberg

8 Days

from $ 2,214.00

Discover the many beautiful facets of “Father Rhine” along 500 miles of rivers from Amsterdam in the Netherlands through Germany & France to Basel Switzerland. Pass along the canals of Amsterdam and continue further to the cathedral city of Cologne. Take a detour along the...

Amsterdam → Basel

8 Days

Basel → Amsterdam

8 Days

Discover the many beautiful facets of “Father Rhine” during this week-long cruise along one of the most important and attractive rivers of Europe. Take a detour along the winding Moselle River. Delight in the panorama of the myth-enshrouded Middle Rhine Valley with its winelands, the prominent Lorelei rock and the highest density of castles in the world. The highlight of this trip is a stunning...

Basel → Amsterdam

8 Days

This cruise showcases the majesty of three great European rivers — the Moselle, the Main and the Danube. Travel the man-made Main-Danube canal — a stunning technological marvel — as you transit from the beautiful Danube River. Explore the upper middle Rhine Valley with its...

Passau → Trier

9 Days

Trier → Passau

9 Days

This one-week cruise combines the majesty of two great European rivers - the Rhine and the Danube. Explore the Upper Middle Rhine Valley with its numerous castles, and experience the tranquil Main meanders. Travel the man-made Main-Danube canal - a stunning technological marvel - as you transit onto the beautiful Danube. Discover the half-timbered buildings of Miltenberg and Wertheim, along...

Passau → Cologne

8 Days

The romantic Moselle region

Inspired by its proximity to France and Luxembourg, the Moselle region is mainly known for its internationally popular wine varieties and unique local cuisine. The picturesque city of Koblenz is situated directly on the Deutsches Eck, the place where the Moselle flows into the Rhine. The city is one of the oldest in Germany and in 1992 celebrated its 2,000th anniversary. The oldest still intact building, the Basilica of St. Castor dating from 836, is well worth a visit, as are the really beautiful Liebfrauenkirche (Church of Our Lady) and the city’s landmark, the Schängelbrunnen (fountain) by the town hall.

If you continue to follow the course of the Moselle westwards, you’ll come to the enchanting small town of Cochem with its winding narrow streets and the lovingly restored half-timbered houses. The town’s landmark, the neo-Gothic Reichsburg, sits majestically on a hill and provides an impressive view of the beautiful green Moselle valley with its gently rolling hills and the enchanting mixed forests.

The enchanting Middle Rhine

The section of the Rhine from Rüdesheim to Bonn forms one of the most fascinating stages of this cruise.  Part of the stretch, known as the ‘Kulturlandschaft Oberes Mittelrheintal’ (Cultural Landscape of the Upper Middle Rhine Valley), was listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site in 2002 by virtue of its cultural diversity.

The landscape features a remarkably high density of monuments and, because of its countless enchanting castles, buildings and river bank settlements, is considered the very essence of Rhine romanticism. Year on year the Middle Rhine valley attracts numerous visitors from all over the world, Heinrich Heine being one of the most famous, inspired by the magical sight of the vine covered slopes and towering cliffs to compose his Song of the Loreley, still so well-known today.

The Alsace and Strasbourg wine region

Undertake a voyage of discovery through the enchanting French Alsace with its picturesque wine villages along the famous wine road. The world-famous ‘Route des Vins d’Alsace’ was established in 1953 and extends over 170km (105 miles) along the foothills of the Voges Mountains. Visitors can enjoy not only a magnificent view of vineyards and the surrounding slopes covered in vines, but also the opportunity to taste fine regional wines in the course of a visit to an Alsatian vineyard.

Strasbourg too, the capital of Alsace and at the same time the seat of the most important European institutions, is always worth a visit. This is where the European Court of Justice, the European Council and the European Parliament, amongst others, are situated, which has given the city the sobriquet of ‘capital of Europe’. Have a walk or drive round this wonderful place and discover not only the ‘modern’ Strasbourg, but also the historic Old Town with its enchanting buildings and Strasbourg Cathedral, the city’s landmark.