2017 SEASON
May 2017 - Oct 2017
2018 SEASON
Apr 2018 - Sep 2018

13 Day The Rhine & Moselle

Avalon River Cruise starting in Amsterdam and finishing in Basel (Zurich)

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Read 5 reviews and enjoy exclusive savings on Avalon's 13 Day The Rhine & Moselle. This exciting holiday has it all! Explore Holland's colourful capital as you cruise through Amsterdam's enchanting canals; see the city highlights in Cologne, Bernkastel, and Strasbourg; and...read more

Overview

Operator: Avalon
Type: River Cruise (Premium)
Duration: 13 Days
From: Amsterdam to Basel (Zurich)
Tour Code: WARZ
Visits: Holland, Germany, Luxembourg, France, Switzerland
Our Price From:
$ 5,646
Per Person ($AU)
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Day By Day

1

Arrive In Amsterdam, Holland (Embarkation)

Welcome to Amsterdam! Holland's capital is sophisticated and modern, with a rich and fascinating history. This delightful 700-year-old city with its elegant and classic architecture, cafes, restaurants, and lively marketplace has a distinct ambiance. If your flight arrives early enough, you might like to take one of the optional excursions on offer. Then, board your river cruise vessel and meet your crew at an evening welcome reception. (D) Please note: Flights into Amsterdam must arrive by 2 pm. Guests must be on board ship by 5 pm.
2

Amsterdam

After breakfast, set out to discover the treasures of this city by CANAL BOAT, cruising through the elegant grachten lined with stately homes dating back to Amsterdam's "Golden Age." The afternoon is free to explore on your own or join in one of a number of optional excursions on offer. (B/L/D)
3

Cologne, Germany

One of Germany's largest cities and capital of the Rhineland, Cologne straddles the Rhine and is known for its soaring, twin-steepled gothic cathedral. Choose between a GUIDED CITY WALK or a JEWISH HERITAGE WALK. The Old Town abounds with cafes, shops, and taverns. Be sure to try a Kolsch pale lager, locally brewed in Cologne for over a hundred years. (B/L/D)
4

Koblenz

At the confluence of the Rhine and Moselle Rivers, 2,000-year-old Koblenz is the cultural and business centre of the Middle Rhine region. Join a Local Guide for a WALKING TOUR of the city, which reveals an eventful past through its castles, fortress walls, towers, squares, and monuments; or visit nearby SAYN MANOR HOUSE, belonging to the counts of the same name. This afternoon, as you cruise the wide, peaceful curves of the Moselle River, it quickly becomes obvious why the Moselle Valley is famous for its beautiful and tranquil scenery, and that this is an important wine-growing area. (B/L/D)
5

Bernkastel

In the middle of the Moselle region is the charming wine village of Bernkastel with its narrow streets and half-timbered houses that have stood since the Middle Ages. Enjoy a GUIDED WALK that includes the beautiful marketplace with its renaissance-style Town Hall-built in 1608-and the "pointed house," built in 1416. Wine growers in this area look after Germany's largest expanse of vineyards, the most celebrated of the vintages being the Bernkasteler Doktor. Before dinner, enjoy an ONBOARD TASTING of some local wines. (B/L/D)
6

Thionville, France

Today, the choice is yours. Join an EXCURSION TO METZ, a city with a rich history and many cultural and architectural gems, or alternatively, history buffs might prefer to participate in the excursion to a nearby area of the MAGINOT LINE, which stretched from Switzerland to the Belgian border. The line was composed of huge fortresses with smaller defence posts or simple blockhouses. Return to your vessel in time for lunch. The afternoon is free with the possibility to join an optional excursion. (B/L/D)
7

Remich, Luxembourg Excursion To Luxembourg City - Grevenmacher Excursion To Trier, Germany

Because of its location and natural geography, Luxembourg City has been a place of strategic military significance throughout history; the first fortifications were built as early as the 10th century. The city centre occupies a picturesque site, perched high on precipitous cliffs that drop into the narrow valleys of the Alzette and Petrusse Rivers. A LOCAL GUIDE will acquaint you with this city whose layout is complex as it is set on two levels, straddling hills and dropping into the two river valleys. At the head of the Moselle Valley is Trier, Germany's oldest city. Some say Trier is even older than Rome and that it was populated over a thousand years before the Romans arrived. Many Roman remains have survived, including a 20,000-seat amphitheatre; the Porta Nigra, the only surviving fortified gate from the original Roman settlement, which still gives access to the town's centre; imperial baths; and the Roman Bridge, Germany's oldest bridge with stone pilings dating from 144-152 AD - all evidence of this once grand Roman city. Trier also offers pleasant market squares, Germany's oldest Christian church, and a cornucopia of architectural styles-Roman, baroque, neo-classicism, renaissance, and gothic. A choice of GUIDED CITY SIGHTSEEING or the more history-focused "ROMAN TRIER" guided tour, followed by some free time, gives you the opportunity to discover this magnificent town. (B/L/D)
8

Beilstein, Germany

A leisurely day today, with free time this morning to explore the quaint little town of Beilstein. Then, this afternoon, visit medieval ELTZ CASTLE, still owned by a branch of the family who lived there in the 12th century. (B/L/D)
9

Rhine Gorge - Rudesheim

A highlight this morning after breakfast: cruise through the dramatic RHINE GORGE, the most beautiful stretch of river. Here, ancient castles stand sentry on lofty cliffs rising 122 metres (400 feet) above the waters. Cruise past the legendary rock of the Lorelei, where echoes of enchanted siren song lured unwitting sailors to their doom. Then, arrive in Rudesheim, a typical Rhine Valley wine town. Visit SIEGFRIED'S MECHANICAL MUSICAL INSTRUMENT MUSEUM to see and hear a large collection of self-playing calliopes and music boxes from the 18th to the early 20th centuries. Enjoy a SPECIAL TREAT, then there's free time to pick up some souvenirs on the narrow, cobblestoned Drosselgasse, where colourful flowers, open-air wine gardens, and live music add to the festive atmosphere. (B/L/D)
10

Excursion To Heidelberg

This morning, an excursion takes you to Heidelberg, home to the oldest university in Germany. With a local expert, visit the imposing ruins of HEIDELBERG CASTLE, towering magnificently over the city and among the most important Renaissance structures north of the Alps. You'll also see the famed GREAT VAT, the "World's Largest Wine Barrel." At nearly 7 metres high and 9 metres wide (23 feet high and 28 feet wide), the cask holds over 220,000 litres (58,000 gallons) of wine and has a dance floor built on top of it! (B/L/D)
11

Strasbourg, France

Situated on the border of France and Germany, Strasbourg blends the cultures of both countries in a delightful way. As capital of the Alsace region and seat of the Council of Europe and European Parliament, it is without a doubt an important city that manages to retain its historic charm. On your GUIDED SIGHTSEEING TOUR, visit the monumental red-sandstone GOTHIC CATHEDRAL with its ancient murals, stained-glass windows, and fascinating astronomical clock, as well as the magical LA PETITE FRANCE district, home to half-timbered houses, quaint shops, inviting bistros, and a waterfront promenade. Also spend time exploring Place Kleber, a large historic square in the heart of the city, and Place Gutenberg in the heart of medieval Strasbourg, which features a statue of the inventor of the printing press. An optional excursion into the Alsace wine country is available. After dinner tonight, enjoy an onboard WOODCARVING demonstration. (B/L/D)
12

Breisach, Germany Excursion To The Black Forest

Located at the foot of Kaiserstuhl Mountain on the French-German border is the gateway to Germany's BLACK FOREST region, an area of unrivalled natural beauty with its forests of thick pine trees. The area got its name because the forests are so dense that local residents described them as black. Surely the most well-known products from this region are cuckoo clocks, Black Forest ham, and Black Forest cherry cake. Choose to visit the workshop of a local woodcarver and clock maker, and purchase some locally made souvenirs, or visit an OPEN - AIR MUSEUM to see just how life was lived in this area centuries ago. (B/L/D)
13

Basel, Switzerland (Disembarkation)

Your holiday ends with breakfast this morning. (B) Please note: Departure flights should not leave Zurich Airport before 10 am.

Day By Day

1

Arrive In Amsterdam, Holland (Embarkation)

Welcome to Amsterdam! Holland's capital is sophisticated and modern, with a rich and fascinating history. This delightful 700-year-old city with its elegant and classic architecture, cafes, restaurants, and lively marketplace has a distinct ambiance. If your flight arrives early enough, you might like to take one of the optional excursions on offer. Then, board your river cruise vessel and meet your crew at an evening welcome reception. (D) Please note: Flights into Amsterdam must arrive by 2 pm. Guests must be on board ship by 5 pm.
2

Amsterdam

After breakfast, set out to discover the treasures of this city by CANAL BOAT, cruising through the elegant grachten lined with stately homes dating back to Amsterdam's "Golden Age." The afternoon is free to explore on your own or join in one of a number of optional excursions on offer. (B/L/D)
3

Cologne, Germany

One of Germany's largest cities and capital of the Rhineland, Cologne straddles the Rhine and is known for its soaring, twin-steepled gothic cathedral. Choose between a GUIDED CITY WALK or a JEWISH HERITAGE WALK. The Old Town abounds with cafes, shops, and taverns. Be sure to try a Kolsch pale lager, locally brewed in Cologne for over a hundred years. (B/L/D)
4

Koblenz

At the confluence of the Rhine and Moselle Rivers, 2,000-year-old Koblenz is the cultural and business centre of the Middle Rhine region. Join a Local Guide for a WALKING TOUR of the city, which reveals an eventful past through its castles, fortress walls, towers, squares, and monuments; or visit nearby SAYN MANOR HOUSE, belonging to the counts of the same name. This afternoon, as you cruise the wide, peaceful curves of the Moselle River, it quickly becomes obvious why the Moselle Valley is famous for its beautiful and tranquil scenery, and that this is an important wine-growing area. (B/L/D)
5

Bernkastel

In the middle of the Moselle region is the charming wine village of Bernkastel with its narrow streets and half-timbered houses that have stood since the Middle Ages. Enjoy a GUIDED WALK that includes the beautiful marketplace with its renaissance-style Town Hall-built in 1608-and the "pointed house," built in 1416. Wine growers in this area look after Germany's largest expanse of vineyards, the most celebrated of the vintages being the Bernkasteler Doktor. Before dinner, enjoy an ONBOARD TASTING of some local wines. (B/L/D)
6

Thionville, France

Today, the choice is yours. Join an EXCURSION TO METZ, a city with a rich history and many cultural and architectural gems, or alternatively, history buffs might prefer to participate in the excursion to a nearby area of the MAGINOT LINE, which stretched from Switzerland to the Belgian border. The line was composed of huge fortresses with smaller defence posts or simple blockhouses. Return to your vessel in time for lunch. The afternoon is free with the possibility to join an optional excursion. (B/L/D)
7

Remich, Luxembourg Excursion To Luxembourg City - Grevenmacher Excursion To Trier, Germany

Because of its location and natural geography, Luxembourg City has been a place of strategic military significance throughout history; the first fortifications were built as early as the 10th century. The city centre occupies a picturesque site, perched high on precipitous cliffs that drop into the narrow valleys of the Alzette and Petrusse Rivers. A LOCAL GUIDE will acquaint you with this city whose layout is complex as it is set on two levels, straddling hills and dropping into the two river valleys. At the head of the Moselle Valley is Trier, Germany's oldest city. Some say Trier is even older than Rome and that it was populated over a thousand years before the Romans arrived. Many Roman remains have survived, including a 20,000-seat amphitheatre; the Porta Nigra, the only surviving fortified gate from the original Roman settlement, which still gives access to the town's centre; imperial baths; and the Roman Bridge, Germany's oldest bridge with stone pilings dating from 144-152 AD - all evidence of this once grand Roman city. Trier also offers pleasant market squares, Germany's oldest Christian church, and a cornucopia of architectural styles-Roman, baroque, neo-classicism, renaissance, and gothic. A choice of GUIDED CITY SIGHTSEEING or the more history-focused "ROMAN TRIER" guided tour, followed by some free time, gives you the opportunity to discover this magnificent town. (B/L/D)
8

Beilstein, Germany

A leisurely day today, with free time this morning to explore the quaint little town of Beilstein. Then, this afternoon, visit medieval ELTZ CASTLE, still owned by a branch of the family who lived there in the 12th century. (B/L/D)
9

Rhine Gorge - Rudesheim

A highlight this morning after breakfast: cruise through the dramatic RHINE GORGE, the most beautiful stretch of river. Here, ancient castles stand sentry on lofty cliffs rising 122 metres (400 feet) above the waters. Cruise past the legendary rock of the Lorelei, where echoes of enchanted siren song lured unwitting sailors to their doom. Then, arrive in Rudesheim, a typical Rhine Valley wine town. Visit SIEGFRIED'S MECHANICAL MUSICAL INSTRUMENT MUSEUM to see and hear a large collection of self-playing calliopes and music boxes from the 18th to the early 20th centuries. Enjoy a SPECIAL TREAT, then there's free time to pick up some souvenirs on the narrow, cobblestoned Drosselgasse, where colourful flowers, open-air wine gardens, and live music add to the festive atmosphere. (B/L/D)
10

Excursion To Heidelberg

This morning, an excursion takes you to Heidelberg, home to the oldest university in Germany. With a local expert, visit the imposing ruins of HEIDELBERG CASTLE, towering magnificently over the city and among the most important Renaissance structures north of the Alps. You'll also see the famed GREAT VAT, the "World's Largest Wine Barrel." At nearly 7 metres high and 9 metres wide (23 feet high and 28 feet wide), the cask holds over 220,000 litres (58,000 gallons) of wine and has a dance floor built on top of it! (B/L/D)
11

Strasbourg, France

Situated on the border of France and Germany, Strasbourg blends the cultures of both countries in a delightful way. As capital of the Alsace region and seat of the Council of Europe and European Parliament, it is without a doubt an important city that manages to retain its historic charm. On your GUIDED SIGHTSEEING TOUR, visit the monumental red-sandstone GOTHIC CATHEDRAL with its ancient murals, stained-glass windows, and fascinating astronomical clock, as well as the magical LA PETITE FRANCE district, home to half-timbered houses, quaint shops, inviting bistros, and a waterfront promenade. Also spend time exploring Place Kleber, a large historic square in the heart of the city, and Place Gutenberg in the heart of medieval Strasbourg, which features a statue of the inventor of the printing press. An optional excursion into the Alsace wine country is available. After dinner tonight, enjoy an onboard WOODCARVING demonstration. (B/L/D)
12

Breisach, Germany Excursion To The Black Forest

Located at the foot of Kaiserstuhl Mountain on the French-German border is the gateway to Germany's BLACK FOREST region, an area of unrivalled natural beauty with its forests of thick pine trees. The area got its name because the forests are so dense that local residents described them as black. Surely the most well-known products from this region are cuckoo clocks, Black Forest ham, and Black Forest cherry cake. Choose to visit the workshop of a local woodcarver and clock maker, and purchase some locally made souvenirs, or visit an OPEN - AIR MUSEUM to see just how life was lived in this area centuries ago. (B/L/D)
13

Basel, Switzerland (Disembarkation)

Your holiday ends with breakfast this morning. (B) Please note: Departure flights should not leave Zurich Airport before 10 am.

Trip Inclusions

Included Experiences

  • CRUISE: Deluxe 12-night cruise with Avalon's exclusive Comfort Collection Beds.
  • AMSTERDAM: Onboard welcome reception, canal cruise.
  • COLOGNE: Choice of guided walk or Jewish Heritage walk.
  • KOBLENZ: Choice of guided city walk, see the Deutsches Eck; or visit Sayn Manor House.
  • BERNKASTEL: Guided walk; onboard wine tasting.
  • THIONVILLE, FRANCE: Choice of excursion to Metz or to the area of the Maginot Line.
  • REMICH, LUXEMBOURG. EXCURSION TO LUXEMBOURG CITY - GREVENMACHER. EXCURSION TO TRIER, GERMANY: Guided sightseeing of Luxembourg City; choice of guided sightseeing in Trier or "Roman Trier," see the Porta Nigra.
  • BEILSTEIN: Excursion to Eltz Castle.
  • RHINE GORGE - RUDESHEIM: Cruise through the Rhine Gorge; visit Siegfried's Mechanical Musical Instrument Museum in Rudesheim; enjoy a special treat.
  • EXCURSION TO HEIDELBERG: Guided visit of Heidelberg Castle, see the Great Vat.
  • STRASBOURG: Guided sightseeing, visit La Petite France district and the gothic cathedral; onboard woodcarving demonstration.
  • BREISACH. EXCURSION TO THE BLACK FOREST: Visit a local woodcarver's workshop or visit a Black Forest open-air museum.
  • SIGHTSEEING: Your day-by-day itinerary indicates in UPPERCASE all inside visits, special features, and guided sightseeing. All included guided sightseeing is conducted by a Certified Local Guide. Choose the sightseeing pace that suits you: Leisurely, Traditional, or Independent (where available).
  • LOCAL FAVOURITES: Special onboard and onshore experiences presented by entertainers, artisans, and experts, designed to enrich your cruise.
  • MEALS: are indicated by breakfast (B), lunch (L), and dinner (D); Captain's welcome & farewell receptions with sparkling wine and canapes; Welcome dinner; Daily Afternoon Tea; Daily Night Fare; Farewell dinner; Complimentary sparkling wine with breakfast; wine, beer, or soft drinks with lunch and dinner are included daily on board your vessel.

Included Meals

  • 12 Breakfasts
  • 11 Lunches
  • 12 Dinners

Trip Notes

  • Accommodation, itinerary and inclusions subject to change.
  • Prices are for land / cruise only. Flights not included

Trip Inclusions

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Included Experiences

  • CRUISE: Deluxe 12-night cruise with Avalon's exclusive Comfort Collection Beds.
  • AMSTERDAM: Onboard welcome reception, canal cruise.
  • COLOGNE: Choice of guided walk or Jewish Heritage walk.
  • KOBLENZ: Choice of guided city walk, see the Deutsches Eck; or visit Sayn Manor House.
  • BERNKASTEL: Guided walk; onboard wine tasting.
  • THIONVILLE, FRANCE: Choice of excursion to Metz or to the area of the Maginot Line.
  • REMICH, LUXEMBOURG. EXCURSION TO LUXEMBOURG CITY - GREVENMACHER. EXCURSION TO TRIER, GERMANY: Guided sightseeing of Luxembourg City; choice of guided sightseeing in Trier or "Roman Trier," see the Porta Nigra.
  • BEILSTEIN: Excursion to Eltz Castle.
  • RHINE GORGE - RUDESHEIM: Cruise through the Rhine Gorge; visit Siegfried's Mechanical Musical Instrument Museum in Rudesheim; enjoy a special treat.
  • EXCURSION TO HEIDELBERG: Guided visit of Heidelberg Castle, see the Great Vat.
  • STRASBOURG: Guided sightseeing, visit La Petite France district and the gothic cathedral; onboard woodcarving demonstration.
  • BREISACH. EXCURSION TO THE BLACK FOREST: Visit a local woodcarver's workshop or visit a Black Forest open-air museum.
  • SIGHTSEEING: Your day-by-day itinerary indicates in UPPERCASE all inside visits, special features, and guided sightseeing. All included guided sightseeing is conducted by a Certified Local Guide. Choose the sightseeing pace that suits you: Leisurely, Traditional, or Independent (where available).
  • LOCAL FAVOURITES: Special onboard and onshore experiences presented by entertainers, artisans, and experts, designed to enrich your cruise.
  • MEALS: are indicated by breakfast (B), lunch (L), and dinner (D); Captain's welcome & farewell receptions with sparkling wine and canapes; Welcome dinner; Daily Afternoon Tea; Daily Night Fare; Farewell dinner; Complimentary sparkling wine with breakfast; wine, beer, or soft drinks with lunch and dinner are included daily on board your vessel.

Included Meals

  • 12 Breakfasts
  • 11 Lunches
  • 12 Dinners

Trip Notes

  • Accommodation, itinerary and inclusions subject to change.
  • Prices are for land / cruise only. Flights not included

Operator Details

Region: Europe
Type: River Cruise
Airport Transfers: Available, Not Included
Tips: Onboard Included, Local Guides Not Included
Shore Excursions: Some Included, Optionals Available
Flights: Earlybird Air Deals Available
Ship Style: Premium
Balconies: Wall-to-Wall Panoramic Window
Free Onboard WiFi: Onboard
Drinks: Wine Included with Dinner, Beer & Spirits Included
* Source: Avalon for river cruises in Europe. Some variances may occur on individual cruises and information is provided as a guide only. Refer to Trip Inclusions section for more details.

Reviews (5)

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Australia
Trip Date: 26/04/2016

“We had an amazing trip along the Rhine & Moselle rivers.”

The hole experience was amazing. The staff were very friendly and the other passengers on board were all friendly as well, which really added to the enjoyment of the cruise. All of the included excursions were extremely good as well, with the guides all being very knowledgeable and friendly. We travelled in May and the weather was a bit hit and miss. Some days were cold and wet and others were quite pleasant. I don't think we would choose to travel at that time of year again. Avalon Waterways lived up to all of our expectations and we would have no hesitation in recommending them to others. Finally we wish to thank Global Journeys for their efficient service and friendly staff. Michelle White was our contact there and she was always very helpful and friendly. We have booked through Global Journeys before and intend to book our next trip through them again.


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Australia
Trip Date: 06/07/2013

“We had an amazing time”

We had an amazing time, thank you for all your help, the trip was excellent so glad we went through the Moselle River it was absolutely gorgeous. Avalon Affinity was excellent, the food was fantastic and the service impeccable. We enjoyed our cabin it was again excellent. We can't speak highly enough of Avalon and Global Journeys. Thank you for all your help and look forward to returning to Europe in the next couple of years.

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Australia
Trip Date: 18/05/2013

“Constant rain affected our trip”

Internet and TV was a problem during the cruise - we expected more local regional foods and wines, but found the wines were imported and food was generalized, except for one German lunch, which was great. There was no aparent extra value for being in a Suite (other than a slightly larger room), so to us, the extra cost couldn't be justified. Staff were great and the Cruise Director helpful and informative. We thought there would be more local information sessions at night, so those who were interested could learn about local history, customs and culture. Our journey was restricted because of the cold and constant rain, leading to flooded rivers and restricted access.

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Australia
Trip Date: 13/05/2012

“We highly recommend this tour”

We thoroughly enjoyed the Rhine & Moselle river cruise with Avalon Waterways during May 2012. The tour was a very positive experience from booking with Global Journeys and travelling with Avalon Waterways. The ships crew and local guides were all very professional, friendly and helpful at all times. The travel schedule was a comfortable pace and on time. The meals on board were a high standard and accompanied by good wine. The sites and towns along the waterways are unforgettable.

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