Glide along the enchanting Rhine and Moselle rivers on a leisurely journey to the Netherlands, Germany and France. Join a local expert for a tour of Amsterdam. Spend the afternoon in Cochem and sip wine in one of its famous cellars. Tour the 2,000-year-old city of Koblenz. Pause in Rüdesheim to explore the famous Siegfried's Mechaniches Musikkabinett (Mechanical Music Museum). Enjoy a guided tour of Strasbourg. Savor a dinner of regional Black Forest specialties and learn about traditional cuckoo clocks. Cruise past charming panoramas as you get to know the culture and deep history of the region.
Our prices start from3,799 LAND ONLY
10 Days • GUIDED • 22MealsOperated Tour
- 8 nights accommodation
- Services of a tour manager
- Round trip home to sedan airport service provided when you purchase airfare through Member Choice Vacations. One transfer per person, per reservation. (Restrictions apply)
- 8 breakfasts, 6 lunches, 8 dinners
Day 1 - Overnight Flight
Discover a dramatic waterway where winding valleys give way to riverside cities and Alpine hamlets. Venture along the Rhine and Moselle and spend time in beloved European cities, getting a taste of the local culture in each stop along the way.
Day 2 - Zurich, Switzerland - Tour Begins
Your tour opens in Zurich, Switzerland. This evening, join your fellow travelers for a welcome dinner.
Day 3 - Zurich - Lucerne - Basel - Board Cruise Ship
Experience Lucerne, the "Swiss Paradise on the Lake." On a leisurely paced Alstadt (Old Town) walking tour, see the hidden treasures of this 800-year-old city, including the covered Chapel Bridge and the Lion Monument. Head to Basel and board your ship. Your home for the next seven nights, the ship offers an array of amenities including outside staterooms, unlimited wine with every dinner, and daily onboard musical performances. This evening, enjoy a cocktail reception followed by a welcome aboard dinner.
Day 4 - Strasbourg, France
Cross the French border and experience Strasbourg, a fairytale town that blends centuries of international influences to create its own unique culture. On a guided tour of the old quarter, Petite France, take in the iconic timber-framed houses, the Cathedral of Notre Dame, and Place de la République. Make the most of some free time to explore this perfectly preserved town before returning to your ship.
Day 5 - Speyer, Germany - Mannheim
Sail to Speyer, one of Germany's oldest cities, and step back in time on a walking tour to explore the Old Gate and the Jewish baths. Later, the river takes you to Mannheim where you will have free time to explore this German city and its parks on your own. Perhaps you will join an optional excursion to Heidelberg, an ancient city of Renaissance buildings and castle ramparts.
Day 6 - Rudesheim - Koblenz
Your first stop of the day is Rüdesheim, which you'll explore with an expert guide. Visit the city's famous Siegfried's Mechanisches Musikkabinett (Mechanical Music Museum) and hear the traditional music of barrel organs and medieval instruments. Your next stop is Koblenz; get to know this 2,000-year-old city on a tour before docking for the evening. See such sights as the town's old quarter, badly damaged during World War II and then rebuilt, as well as the Schaengel Fountain at the town hall.
Day 7 - Moselle River - Cochem
Continue along the Moselle River to Cochem, a storybook town overlooking the water. Embark on a guided tour through the town and into Reichsburg Castle, a fortress perched high above the surrounding area. End your tour in one of Cochem's wine cellars, introducing you to the culture with a local winemaker and a tasting of regional Mosel wines.
Day 8 - Cologne
As the sun rises, cross into the Rhine River and pass through the picturesque German landscape dotted with medieval towns. Your journey brings you to Cologne, where you will join a guide for a walking tour of the city's Gothic Old Town. Wander along cobblestone streets and admire the Cologne Cathedral, the Roman Dionysus mosaic, and the Romanesque church of St. Martin. End your day at the Captain's Gala Dinner – a lively celebration of food, music and entertainment.
Day 9 - Amsterdam, Netherlands
Begin your day in Amsterdam, a city of narrow canals and stone bridges. Embark on a tour with a local expert before seeing the city from a different perspective, voyaging along the city's centuries-old canal system. Sail by charming cafés and famous 16th-century row houses stacked side by side.
Day 10 - Amsterdam - Disembark Ship - Tour Ends
After breakfast onboard, disembark your ship as your tour comes to a close.
Pricing is for lower cabin. Middle, upper and suite available at additional cost. Pricing is per person, double occupancy, land and cruise only, based on June 1, 2021 travel date. Single supplement from $2,200. International airfare is additional. Call AAA for current airfare rates and availability. Itinerary is valid for departures June 2021- April 2022. Earlier departures may vary..
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Member Benefit: $50 per person savings
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