8 Day Rhine River Cruise
September 30 - October 10, 2019 | Amsterdam to Basel
Overlook the Rhine from Germany’s best preserved medieval castle. Discover the various culinary traditions of Alsace. Explore the Black Forest and visit a local workshop to see a cuckoo clock-making demonstration. Turreted fortresses, grand cathedrals, historic cities, medieval towns and spectacular scenery of the Middle Rhine—little wonder that the Rhine is one of Europe’s best-loved rivers. From Amsterdam and Cologne to Basel, this 8-day journey reveals a rich landscape of beauty and culture.
|1||Amsterdam, The Netherlands|
Capital of The Netherlands, Amsterdam is renowned for its museums, colorful gardens, abundance of bicycles and endless lattice of canals.
|2||Kinderdijk, The Netherlands|
The South Holland village community of Kinderdijk includes a set of 19 windmills and other ingenious technologies built in the 18th century to control flooding.
An intriguing mix of old and new, Cologne reveals its Roman heritage in the city layout and ancient ruins that lie scattered through the town.
On a breathtaking stretch of the Rhine that leads from medieval Koblenz to Braubach to Rüdesheim, the 11th-century Marksburg Castle towers over the river.
Germany’s oldest university town, Heidelberg and its castle are situated in the Neckar Valley just east of the Rhine.
Thanks to its location at the border of France and Germany, Strasbourg boasts a convivial mix of cultural influences.
Breisach is located in one of the warmest parts of Germany, next to Alsace, which is famous for its wine-growing.
Located along the Rhine River, Basel sits at the point where French, German and Swiss borders meet, marking the gateway to the Swiss Rhineland.
Please Call For Pricing and Stateroom Availability (800-822-2400)
Includes all taxes, fees, round-trip airfare and 2 night pre-cruise hotel stay in Amsterdam.