Make the most of your time in Germany with a sightseeing cruise along the Rhine River!
- Glide effortlessly through the lush river valley. From the comfort of your seat, view riverside scenery speckled with grand castles, vineyards and natural wonders.
- Admire beautiful Cologne from the water on a 1-2 hour sightseeing cruise along the Rhine River. View the many splendid Cologne attractions including twin-spired Cologne Cathedral, the Old Town and the Hohenzollern Bridge unfold as you cruise along the world-famous river. Buy drinks such as the much-loved local Koelsch beer from the bar, and hear about Cologne’s long and illustrious history while you sail.
- Experience the sights and sounds of Cologne from the Rhine river on this 1-hour sightseeing cruise, then dine with no line at the Hard Rock Café Cologne. Enjoy live commentary and take in the scenic panorama of the majestic castles, churches and vineyards along the shores of the Rhine. Also see local attractions like the Hohenzollern Bridge, which crosses the river and gothic Cologne Cathedral. Then skip the waiting line and grab a 2-course meal plus coffee, tea or a soft drink of choice at the Hard Rock Café Cologne.
- Discover the diverse flavors of the Rhine Valley on this 30-minute Boppard ice-wine tour. Visit the Boppard Hamm vineyard — the largest single vineyard in the Middle Rhine valley and widely considered among the region’s top wine growing estates. During your visit, gain insight into the estate’s wine growing heritage and enjoy fine views over the rolling vineyards. Learn of the various grape varietals thriving in the fertile soils, and sample four different Rhine Valley wines alongside two local Rieslings to gain appreciation of their diverse flavors.
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Did You Know…
The Rhine is one of the major European rivers, which has its sources in Switzerland and flows in an mostly northerly direction through Germanyand The Netherlands to the North Sea. The river begins in the Swiss canton of Graubünden in the southeastern Swiss Alps, forms part of the Swiss-Liechtenstein, Swiss-Austrian, Swiss-German and then the Franco-German border, then flows through the German Rhineland and the Netherlands and eventually empties into the North Sea. The largest city on the Rhine is Cologne, Germany. The Rhine and the Danube formed most of the northern inland frontier of the Roman Empire and, since those days, the Rhine has been a vital and navigable waterway carrying trade and goods deep inland. Among the biggest and most important cities on the Rhine are Cologne, Düsseldorf(Germany), Rotterdam (Netherlands), Strasbourg (France) and Basel (Switzerland). During its course from the Alps to the North Sea, the Rhine passes through four countries and constitutes six different country borders. On the various parts. The Anterior Rhine lies entirely within Switzerland. The Alpine Rhine flows within Switzerland till Sargans, from which it becomes the border between Switzerland (to the west) and Liechtenstein (to the east) until Oberriet, and the river never flows within Liechtenstein. It then becomes the border between Switzerland (to the west) and Austria (to the east) until Diepoldsau where the modern and straight course enters Switzerland, while the original course Alter Rhein makes a bend to the east and continues as the Swiss-Austrian border until the confluence at Widnau. From here the river continues as the border until Lustenau, where the modern and straight course enters Austria (the only part of the river that flows within Austria), while the original course makes a bend to the west and continues as the border, until both courses enters Lake Constance. The first half of Seerhein, between the upper and lower body of Lake Constance, flows within Germany (and the city of Konstanz), while the second is the German (to the north) – Swiss (to the south) frontier. The Upper Rhine is the border between France (to the west) and Switzerland (to the east) for a short distance, from Basel to Hunningue. Here it becomes the Franco (to the west) – German (to the east) frontier until Au am Rhein. The Middle Rhine flows entirely within Germany. The Lower Rhine flows within Germany until Emmerich am Rhein, where it becomes the border between The Netherlands (to the north) and Germany (to the south).