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from £3,055pp
Cabin type: Suite

Basel to Amsterdam

Complimentary select fine wines, premium spirits, champagnes, dining in each speciality restaurant once per cruise, All gratuities for dining room and wait staff, 60 minutes complimentary Wi-Fi and…

13 August 2018 | 7 Nights
Crystal Cruises : Crystal Debussy

Itinerary
Basel, Switzerland, Kehl, Germany, Karlsruhe, Mannheim, Rudesheim, Germany, Koblenz, Germany, Cologne, Germany, Amsterdam, Netherlands ...Read More

from £5,112pp
Cabin type: Suite

Amsterdam to Basel

Complimentary select fine wines, premium spirits, champagnes, dining in each speciality restaurant once per cruise, All gratuities for dining room and wait staff, 60 minutes complimentary Wi-Fi and…

13 June 2018 | 10 Nights
Crystal Cruises : Crystal Debussy

Itinerary
Amsterdam, Netherlands, Cologne, Germany, Koblenz, Germany, Rudesheim, Germany, Speyer, Germany, Kehl, Germany, Breisach, Germany, Basel, Switzerland ...Read More

from £5,299pp
Cabin type: Outside

European Jewels - Amsterdam to Budapest

Elegantly appointed riverview staterooms and suites with luxurious amenities from Hermes and L’Occitane en Provence , In-suite butler service on all ships in Europe (not available in Russia &…

15 June 2018 | 15 Nights
Uniworld River Cruises : River Duchess

Itinerary
Amsterdam, Netherlands, Cologne, Germany, Heidelberg, Wertheim, Wurzburg, Rothenburg, Bamberg, Nuremberg, Regensburg, Passau, Weissenkirchen, Vienna, Budapest ...Read More


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Your guide to the Rhine River


Bridge across River Rhine

Bridge across River Rhine

Castle at Rhine

Castle at Rhine

Cologne Cathedral

Cologne Cathedral

Flower Market in Amsterdam

Flower Market in Amsterdam

Fountain and Water Tower on Mannheim

Fountain and Water Tower on Mannheim

Amsterdam, Netherlands 

The wonderfully historic capital of the Netherlands is equally famous for its 17th century buildings and snaking canals as it is for its Red Light District and marijuana cafe culture. In Amsterdam’s Museum District you can check out the Rijksmuseum’s Vermeer and Rembrandt collections, as well as visiting the world renowned Van Gogh Museum. Once you’ve paid a visit to the humbling museum at Anne Frank’s House on the Prinsengracht canal, wander the floating Bloemenmarkt for some tulips or hop on a bike to explore the city like a local.


Cologne, Germany 

Gothic Cologne is the cultural hub of western Germany, boasting a beautifully reconstructed old town and the famous twin-spired Cologne Cathedral. If you’re feeling fit, climb over 500 steps in the south tower to witness a well-deserved view of the city’s 12 different Romanesque churches, medieval townhouses, dozens of museums and galleries, and the Hohenzollern Bridge covered in lovers' padlocks, which crosses the wide Rhine River. Those with a sweet tooth will love the Chocolate Museum (and its accompanying gift shop!) while Cologne’s Botanical Gardens, which dates from the 1800s, has plenty of cacti and plant houses to satisfy the green-fingered traveller. 


Koblenz, Germany 

Set at the junction of the Rhine and Mosel rivers, the ancient city of Koblenz is a picturesque place to wander. Explore the city’s little squares and flower-filled parks or the labyrinthine rooms of Marksburg Castle, built in 1117, and the only Rhine castle that has never been destroyed.


Rudesheim, Germany 

Set at the junction of the Rhine and Mosel rivers, the ancient city of Koblenz is a picturesque place to wander. Explore the city’s little squares and flower-filled parks or the labyrinthine rooms of Marksburg Castle, built in 1117, and the only Rhine castle that has never been destroyed.
Well known for its spectacular Riesling wines, Rudesheim is a Rhine Valley town so well known for its winemaking that the town’s medieval Brömserburg Castle also houses a wine museum. Equally historic is Drosselgasse, a cobbled street filled with beautiful narrow half-timbered houses, shops and restaurants.


Miltenberg, Germany 

Set at the junction of the Rhine and Mosel rivers, the ancient city of Koblenz is a picturesque place to wander. Explore the city’s little squares and flower-filled parks or the labyrinthine rooms of Marksburg Castle, built in 1117, and the only Rhine castle that has never been destroyed.
Well known for its spectacular Riesling wines, Rudesheim is a Rhine Valley town so well known for its winemaking that the town’s medieval Brömserburg Castle also houses a wine museum. Equally historic is Drosselgasse, a cobbled street filled with beautiful narrow half-timbered houses, shops and restaurants.
The small medieval town of Miltenberg in Bavaria boasts stunning half-timbered houses and Faust Brewery, one of the oldest in the country. As your river cruise approaches the town, you’ll notice Miltenberg Castle, perched high up on a hill. The castle provides great views of the town and even holds a modern art gallery.


Wurzburg, Germany 

Set at the junction of the Rhine and Mosel rivers, the ancient city of Koblenz is a picturesque place to wander. Explore the city’s little squares and flower-filled parks or the labyrinthine rooms of Marksburg Castle, built in 1117, and the only Rhine castle that has never been destroyed.
Well known for its spectacular Riesling wines, Rudesheim is a Rhine Valley town so well known for its winemaking that the town’s medieval Brömserburg Castle also houses a wine museum. Equally historic is Drosselgasse, a cobbled street filled with beautiful narrow half-timbered houses, shops and restaurants.
The small medieval town of Miltenberg in Bavaria boasts stunning half-timbered houses and Faust Brewery, one of the oldest in the country. As your river cruise approaches the town, you’ll notice Miltenberg Castle, perched high up on a hill. The castle provides great views of the town and even holds a modern art gallery.
Rococo and baroque architecture adorns the narrow streets of scenic Wurzburg and spills over at The Residenz, a UNESCO-protected palace with 360 rooms decorated with frescoes, paintings, gilt work and mirrors. In WWII 90% of the city centre was destroyed, but extensive restoration has transformed Wurzburg to nearly pre-war grandeur.


Mannheim, Germany 

Laid out like a chessboard, Mannheim is constructed on the site of an old fortress and is where many of Germany’s industrial companies are based. The city’s university is housed in an 18th-century palace, and Mannheim’s civic symbol is a 60-metre Romanesque water tower, set in a beautiful park where many city students visit on a sunny day.


Basel, Switzerland

Basel is a beautiful medieval city in northwest Switzerland which centres around the Marktplatz and features stunning examples of old and new architecture. Of particular interest is the 12th-century Gothic cathedral which holds the tomb of the Dutch scholar Erasmus. 

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