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Castles Along the Rhine

Operated by: Uniworld River Cruises

8 Days from $2,999 per person
S.S. Antoinette on the Rhine River

Countries Visited

Switzerland, Germany, Netherlands ...more Switzerland, Germany, Netherlands

Locations Visited

Basel, Colmar Kayserberg, Kehl, Strasbourg, Germersheim, Cologne, Amsterdam ...more Basel, Colmar Kayserberg, Kehl, Strasbourg, Germersheim, Cologne, Amsterdam
  1. Day 1 Amsterdam (Embark)

    Arrive at Amsterdam Schipol Airport. If your cruise package includes a group arrival transfer or if you have purchased a private arrival transfer, you will be greeted by a Uniworld representative and transferred to the ship. The ship will set sail in the afternoon for your first port of call, Cologne.

    meals Dinner
  2. Day 2 Cologne

    History buffs will enjoy an expertly led tour through Cologne’s Old Town, where three medieval gates remain standing, as does the old city hall with its Renaissance façade. Wander through the city’s historical center and take in its charming atmosphere, narrow alleyways flanked by old houses and countless breweries. No matter how you choose to explore Old Town, you’ll also have ample free time to explore on your own.

    A special Captain’s Welcome Reception and Dinner will be prepared for you this evening.

    Featured Excursion: Cologne walking tour with Old Town visit

    Generations Excursion: Gothic cathedrals, gargoyles and chocolate
    This excursion is only available on sailings that belong to the Generations program.

    Cologne walking tour with Old Town visit
    As you walk through the narrow lanes of the Old Town, you’ll find it hard to believe that more than 70 percent of the city was destroyed by bombs during WWII. The famous 12 Romanesque churches were reconstructed from the rubble, and the cathedral, Cologne’s iconic landmark, rises magnificently in the city center. Three medieval gates remain standing, as does the old city hall with its Renaissance facade. But these mementos of the past are practically modern compared to the city’s ancient origins. Next to the cathedral you’ll find an unassuming modern building that houses an amazing archaeological find: the Dionysus Mosaic. Cologne was founded by the Romans, who made it the capital of Lower Germania in the 4th century, and the museum was built around the remains of a Roman villa—the beautifully preserved mosaic, which was the floor of a banqueting hall, has never been moved.

    Though it was badly damaged by WWII, the great UNESCO-designated Cologne Cathedral retains many of its original treasures—the relics of the Magi and other sacred figures, which inspired its building in the 12th century, the 14th-century stained-glass windows that were stored safely throughout the war and the beautifully painted choir stalls—though other treasures are displayed separately. Enter the awe-inspiring nave and learn about the history of the cathedral and its art collections, especially the pieces surrounding the Shrine of the Magi.

    NOTE: On Sundays and Catholic holidays, tours inside the cathedral are not allowed, but individual visits are still welcomed.

    Generations Excursion: Gothic cathedrals, gargoyles and chocolate
    This tour will introduce the young travelers in your life to the magnificent Cologne Cathedral. The cathedral, whose construction began in 1248, was not completed until 1880. This UNESCO-designated Gothic masterpiece is Cologne’s most recognizable landmark, having dominated the city’s skyline for centuries. Inside, you’ll see the relics of the Magi and other sacred figures, 14th-century stained-glass windows and the stunningly painted choir stalls—all while you learn the history of the cathedral and its art collections, especially the pieces surrounding the Shrine of the Magi. After your tour, you’ll be treated to a stop at a local ice cream shop.
    This excursion is only available on sailings that belong to the Generations program.

    meals Breakfast, Lunch, Welcome Dinner
  3. Day 3 Koblenz, Boppard

    Get to know Koblenz, a historic town with a colorful past and eclectic architecture, and enjoy a visit to the stunningly medieval Marksburg Castle.

    Choice of Koblenz walking tour or Marksburg Castle visit or “Let's Go” bike the castles or Boppard village stroll or "Let's Go" Rhine hiking

    Generations Excursions:
    Medieval Marksburg
    Koblenz Scavenger Hunt
    These excursions are only available on sailings that belong to the Generations program.

    Koblenz walking tour
    Watch the waters of the Moselle meld with the Rhine’s as you stand on the spit of land called German Corner: It’s the perfect spot for a symbol of German unity, an equestrian statue of Kaiser Wilhelm I, who united the nation in the 19th century. (There’s another symbol of German unity here too: three panels of the Berlin Wall.) Behind it is Koblenz’s oldest church, St. Castor’s Basilica, first erected in the ninth century, and just one of the charming churches and squares you’ll encounter as you wander through Old Town. Like many Rhineland towns, Koblenz suffered at the hands of Louis XIV’s forces—that’s why you’ll see so many baroque features in the buildings you pass, since so many needed to be reconstructed after the French left. That’s also why the Church of Our Lady has twin onion domes. Despite their travails over the ages, though, Koblenz’s citizens kept their sense of humor: One example of it might catch you by surprise as you pass the fountain known as the Spitting Boy, which spits water without warning.

    After the tour, you’ll have some free time to enjoy the Marktplatz (Market Square) and its bounty of shopping and wine bars.

    “Let's Go” bike the castles
    If you’d like to get a closer view of the scenery between Boppard and Koblenz than the river affords, hop on a bicycle and let an experienced guided show you the sights along the excellent Rhine Bike Path. You’ll wheel past Spay and Rhens, which boasts colorfully painted half-timbering on its ancient houses, have a splendid view of magnificent Marksburg Castle, and arrive in Koblenz to meet up with your shipmates. Of course, you’ll stop for refreshments along the way.

    Marksburg Castle visit
    With its pale walls, slate-gray roof, and unusually slender towers and turrets, Marksburg looks as though it has been lifted straight from the pages of a fairytale. But don’t be deceived: this is a powerful fortress, built to withstand attack. Marksburg’s defenses were so daunting that enemies generally chose to leave it alone. That’s why this is the only hill castle in Germany that has never been destroyed—a remarkable fact when you consider its 700-year-long history. Enter the fortress through a drawbridge gate and vaulted tunnel—just the first of the many defensive features you’ll encounter on your tour. Notice the “murder holes” in the walls; these would have let defenders pour boiling pitch on would-be invaders. Horsemen once thundered up the Riders’ Stairway, which was hewn into the bedrock, but you can take the steps at a more leisurely pace. Guides will show you the cannons of the Great Battery, once aimed at the Rhine River, and the castle kitchen with its enormous fireplace. You’ll tour the bedchamber, the great banquet hall, the armory, the stables and, if you’re feeling brave, the torture chamber. Don’t miss the re-created medieval garden, with 150 plants used in the Middle Ages for curative (or magical) purposes.

    Boppard village stroll
    Join the Cruise Manager on a walk through this attractive town with a long and surprising history; the Cruise Manager will point out its highlights and recommend a host of activities. Take a chairlift to the top of the hill for a great view of the valley and the river (you can hike the return route, if you’re up for it); enjoy a glass of wine at a local tavern and watch the water traffic on the river; or ride a bicycle along the Rhine promenade. You might also visit Saint Severus Church, whose twin towers dominate the waterfront, or explore the remains of a fourth-century Roman fort. If you’re interested in design and the decorative arts, stop by the Museum Boppard to see the exhibit on native son Michael Thonet, who developed the technique of bentwood furniture in the 1840s. His iconic, lightweight chairs are still popular in cafés throughout Europe. Or simply stroll beneath the trees along the city’s scenic riverside promenade, which is lined with the gorgeous villas of 19th-century entrepreneurs.

    Generations Excursions: Medieval Marksburg
    This morning, venture to the only undamaged hill castle on the Rhine, Marksburg Castle. Step into a real-life fairytale as you enter the fortress through the drawbridge gate and vaulted tunnel, the first of many defensive features you’ll see on your tour. Originally constructed to withstand enemy attacks some 700 years ago, you’ll see its cannons, torture chambers and battlements from the time of the knights. Your special family tour will take you on a journey of what it was like to live in the Middle Ages.
    This excursion is only available on sailings that belong to the Generations program.

    Generations Excursions: Koblenz Scavenger Hunt
    Situated on the banks of both the Moselle and Rhine rivers, Koblenz is a 2,000-year-old city that features a statue of Emperor William I that marks the confluence of the two rivers. After your morning visit to Marksburg Castle, you’ll join your guide for a captivating scavenger hunt through Koblenz. Along the way, you’ll be introduced to the history of Max and Moritz, a classic German illustrated story by Wilhelm Busch about two young boys who like to misbehave. Find the Schängel Fountain, the fountain of a little boy who randomly spits on people as they pass by, which is located in the center of old Koblenz.
    This excursion is only available on sailings that belong to the Generations program.

    meals Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  4. Day 4 Boppard, Rüdesheim

    Experience Germany’s fabled Rhine River in beautiful Rüdesheim. Enjoy a private tasting of estate-grown Rieslings at Castle Vollrads or explore Rüdesheim and the impressive Niederwald monument.

    Choice of Castle Vollrads wine tasting or Rüdesheim wine village and panoramas of Niederwald Monument

    Generations Excursions:
    Fairytale Rheinstein Castle
    Cable Car Climb to Niederwald Heights
    These excursions are only available on sailings that belong to the Generations program.

    Castle Vollrads wine tasting
    Nestled in the rolling, vineyard-covered hills of the Rheingau, Castle Vollrads has a square tower that dates back to the 14th century, as does the moat. Just one family owned the castle for 700 years, until 1997, adding on to it and remodeling it over the centuries. While the interior of the castle is rarely open to the public, you will have the opportunity to step inside to see some of the elegantly appointed rooms, including the beautiful gold-embossed Flemish leather wall covering in the 17th-century dining room. Grapes have been grown here for more than a thousand years; records show that Castle Vollrads wines were first sold in 1211. These days the excellence of its Riesling is well known; it’s so well known, in fact, that Schloss Vollrads is one of the few German vineyards whose name stands alone on a wine label—no village name is required. Accompanied by a local wine expert, you will sample three wines in three different locations. There will also be time to wander through the grounds at your leisure.

    Generations Excursion: Fairytale Rheinstein Castle
    Head out on a short bus trip and ferry ride that crosses the Rhine to the fairytale-like Rheinstein Castle, originally built in 1316. Here, you’ll be treated to a Family Knight’s Reception. Take a brief hike to the castle’s drawbridge, where you’ll be welcomed by the Count, who will have a knight’s non-alcoholic cocktail waiting for you. Wander through the castle and take in the immense history while you enjoy panoramic views over the Rhine.
    This excursion is only available on sailings that belong to the Generations program.

    Generations Excursion: Cable Car Climb to Niederwald Heights
    Board an aerial tramway for a cable car trip up to the Niederwald Monument, and be treated to sweeping views of the Rhine River below. From there, you can choose either a half-hour hike through the breathtaking vineyards or you can hop back on the cable car and head into town.
    This excursion is only available on sailings that belong to the Generations program.

    meals Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  5. Day 5 Germersheim (Speyer)

    Speyer—“spire” in English—is well named, since the four red towers of the Romanesque cathedral dominate the Old Town.

    Choice of Baroque Palace of Mannheim or Private Doktorenhof vinegar estate visit and tasting

    Generations Excursions:
    Speyer Climbing Forest
    Submarines & Space Shuttles
    These excursions are only available on sailings that belong to the Generations program.

    Private Doktorenhof vinegar estate visit and tasting
    For a different spin on the Palatinate wine region, visit the Weinessiggut Doktorenhof estate for a special vinegar tasting. Yes, you read that right—a vinegar tasting. Founded by Georg Wiedemann some 30 years ago, Doktorenhof produces vinegars from premium wines, rather than inexpensive ones. Gewürztraminer, Sylvaner, Riesling and pinot noir are aged with a century-old vinegar “mother,” as the bacteria that makes vinegar is known, and flavored with a variety of herbs and fruits. The results make complex and elegant aperitifs, intended to be sipped from a specially designed long-stemmed glass between courses or after a meal. The atmospheric tasting room (think candles, cloaks and choir music) is like no other you’ll ever experience. You’ll have plenty of time to explore their enticing gift shop, too.

    Generations Excursion: Speyer Climbing Forest
    Join your dedicated Family Host for an adventure at Speyer’s Climbing Forest. As you’re harnessed safely to ropes and nets, you’ll climb the trees and more than 200 platforms while having fun in the great outdoors with your family members. Choose from 24 different courses, depending on your comfort level, and enjoy fantastic views in this climbing haven.
    This excursion is only available on sailings that belong to the Generations program.

    Generations Excursion: Submarines & Space Shuttles
    If you’re interested in automotive history, trains or aeronautical technology, you’ll enjoy a stop at the Technik Museum, home to Europe’s largest space flight exhibition. Your family will want to get up close and personal with an original jumbo jet, submarine and rescue sea cruises. See the Russian space shuttle BURAN, an original moonstone, space suits, a Soyuz landing capsule, as well as locomotives, vintage cars, motorcycles and thousands of other exhibits.
    This excursion is only available on sailings that belong to the Generations program.

    meals Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  6. Day 6 Kehl (Strasbourg)

    See Strasbourg on foot with an insightful local expert, where this historic town with its cobbled lanes, half-timbered homes, giant stork nests and impossible-to-resist pastry shops will win your heart. Kehl, directly across the river from Strasbourg, will be your ship’s base while you explore the Alsatian capital. Experience its historic core as the locals do, with an exclusive walking tour. If you’re feeling adventurous, take advantage of Uniworld’s bicycles or Nordic walking sticks and explore the banks of the river.

    You have the entire afternoon to see more of Strasbourg on your own.

    Choice of Strasbourg panoramic tour with cathedral and Old Town walk or Alsatian house with tasting

    Generations Excursion: Canals, cobblestones and cathedrals
    This excursion is only available on sailings that belong to the Generations program.

    Strasbourg panoramic tour with cathedral and Old Town walk
    Controlled over the centuries by either France or Germany, Strasbourg—cross-cultural and bilingual—offers a delightful combination of old and new, as well as French and German characteristics. You’ll see all the highlights on a city tour before venturing inside the cathedral, one of the city’s most famous sites. The same craftsmen who built Chartres worked on it, and the rose window may be Chartres’s equal. Don’t miss the astronomical clock or the truly remarkable statuary and carvings.

    Generations Excursion: Canals, cobblestones and cathedrals
    Spend your day in the “Crossroads of Europe,” Strasbourg, located halfway between Paris and Prague. See the Strasbourg Cathedral and admire its spectacular Gothic façade built in the Middle Ages. You might even venture to climb up the 332 steps to the top for splendid views among the cathedral’s gargoyles. After your cathedral visit, you may choose to spend the rest of your day exploring, shopping or enjoying a nice lunch in an Alsatian winstub, a wine lounge.
    This excursion is only available on sailings that belong to the Generations program.

    meals Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  7. Day 7 Breisach (Freiburg)

    Breisach is your gateway to the Alsatian wine road and your launching point for an excursion along the celebrated Route des Vins, which hugs the foothills of the Vosges mountain range, or a city tour of Freiburg.

    A special Captain’s Farewell Reception and Dinner will be prepared for you this evening.

    Choice of Alsatian villages or Freiburg city tour

    Generations Excursions: Alsatian villages
    These excursions are only available on sailings that belong to the Generations program.

    Alsatian villages
    An old stone well in Kaysersberg bears an inscription that warns against drinking water and urges the reader to “Drink with moderation old and subtil wine . . . and leave the water to the side.” What better words could guide you as you explore some delightful Alsatian wine villages? Though the remains of a 12th-century castle speak to Kaysersberg’s strategic importance in the Middle Ages, today it is an idyllic village nestled among vineyards. Join a local guide for a one-hour walking tour, passing storybook medieval houses with steeply pitched roofs and a gorgeous Gothic cathedral that was begun by a 12th-century Holy Roman emperor. In modern days, the village is best known as the birthplace of Albert Schweitzer. The road from Kaysersberg to Riquewihr provides quintessential wine road scenery: lush foothills, famous vineyards, castle ruins and quaint villages. Riquewihr itself seems to have changed little since the 16th century: The timber-frame buildings still boast colorful shutters and cheerful flower boxes, and stone arches still lead to cobbled squares with cafés and carved fountains. Your tour of this enchanting village ends with a tasting of an Alsatian specialty, Kugelhopf, a delicious yeast-based cake traditionally baked in a circular, Bundt mold. There will be time for you to explore the little shops in the village center, where you’ll find local specialties like schnapps, cheeses and artisanal breads, before returning to Breisach.

    meals Breakfast, Lunch, Farewell Dinner
  8. Day 8 Basel (Disembark)

    Disembark the ship. If your cruise package includes a group departure transfer or if you have purchased a private departure transfer, you will be transferred to EuroAirport Basel-Mulhouse-Freiburg for your flight home (unless, of course, you’ve decided to extend your trip with the post-cruise extension to lovely Basel and Lake Lucerne).

    meals Dinner
  1. Day 1 Basel (Embark)

    Arrive at EuroAirport Basel-Mulhouse-Freiburg. If your cruise package includes a group arrival transfer or if you have purchased a private arrival transfer, you will be greeted by a Uniworld representative and transferred to the ship.

    Important Note: Uniworld's airport services and transfers to the ship will take place on the Switzerland side of the Basel-Mulhouse Airport. Be sure to enter Customs on the Switzerland side, as guests cannot return to the Switzerland side after they have exited the airport from the France side.

    meals Dinner
  2. Day 2 Breisach (Freiburg)

    Breisach is your gateway to the Alsatian wine road and your launching point for an excursion along the celebrated Route des Vins, which hugs the foothills of the Vosges mountain range, or a city tour of Freiburg.

    This morning, enjoy leisure time as you sail the scenic Upper Rhine to Breisach. A special Captain’s Welcome Reception and Dinner will be prepared for you this evening.

    Choice of Alsatian villages or Freiburg city tour

    Generations Excursion: Alsatian villages
    This excursion is only available on sailings that belong to the Generations program.

    Alsatian villages 
    An old stone well in Kaysersberg bears an inscription that warns against drinking water and urges the reader to “Drink with moderation old and subtil wine...and leave the water to the side.” What better words could guide you as you explore some delightful Alsatian wine villages? Though the remains of a 12th-century castle speak to Kaysersberg’s strategic importance in the Middle Ages, today it is an idyllic village nestled among vineyards. Join a local guide for a one-hour walking tour, passing storybook medieval houses with steeply pitched roofs and a gorgeous Gothic cathedral that was begun by a 12th-century Holy Roman emperor. In modern days, the village is best known as the birthplace of Albert Schweitzer. The road from Kaysersberg to Riquewihr provides quintessential wine road scenery: lush foothills, famous vineyards, castle ruins and quaint villages. Riquewihr itself seems to have changed little since the 16th century: The timber-frame buildings still boast colorful shutters and cheerful flower boxes, and stone arches still lead to cobbled squares with cafés and carved fountains. Your tour of this enchanting village ends with a tasting of an Alsatian specialty, Kugelhopf, a delicious yeast-based cake traditionally baked in a circular, Bundt mold. There will be time for you to explore the little shops in the village center, where you’ll find local specialties like schnapps, cheeses and artisanal breads, before returning to Breisach.

    meals Breakfast, Lunch, Welcome Dinner
  3. Day 3 Kehl (Strasbourg)

    See Strasbourg on foot with an insightful local expert, where this historic town with its cobbled lanes, half-timbered homes, giant stork nests and impossible-to-resist pastry shops will win your heart. Kehl, directly across the river from Strasbourg, will be your ship’s base while you explore the Alsatian capital. Experience its historic core as the locals do, with an exclusive walking tour. If you’re feeling adventurous, take advantage of Uniworld’s bicycles or Nordic walking sticks and explore the banks of the river.

    You have the entire afternoon to see more of Strasbourg on your own.

    Choice of Strasbourg panoramic tour with cathedral and Old Town walk or Alsatian house with tasting

    Generations Excursion: Canals, cobblestones and cathedrals
    This excursion is only available on sailings that belong to the Generations program.

    Strasbourg panoramic tour with cathedral and Old Town walk
    Controlled over the centuries by either France or Germany, Strasbourg—cross-cultural and bilingual—offers a delightful combination of old and new, as well as French and German characteristics. You’ll see all the highlights on a city tour before venturing inside the cathedral, one of the city’s most famous sites. The same craftsmen who built Chartres worked on it, and the rose window may be Chartres’s equal. Don’t miss the astronomical clock or the truly remarkable statuary and carvings.

    Generations Excursion: Canals, cobblestones and cathedrals
    Spend your day in the “Crossroads of Europe,” Strasbourg, located halfway between Paris and Prague. See the Strasbourg Cathedral and admire its spectacular Gothic façade built in the Middle Ages. You might even venture to climb up the 332 steps to the top for splendid views among the cathedral’s gargoyles. After your cathedral visit, you may choose to spend the rest of your day exploring, shopping or enjoying a nice lunch in an Alsatian winstub, a wine lounge.
    This excursion is only available on sailings that belong to the Generations program.

    meals Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  4. Day 4 Mannheim (Speyer)

    Speyer—“spire” in English—is well named, since the four red towers of the Romanesque cathedral dominate the Old Town.

    Choice of Baroque Palace of Mannheim or Private Doktorenhof vinegar estate visit and tasting

    Generations Excursions:
    SpeyerClimbing Forest
    Submarines & Space Shuttles
    These excursions are only available on sailings that belong to the Generations program.

    Private Doktorenhof vinegar estate visit and tasting
    For a different spin on the Palatinate wine region, visit the Weinessiggut Doktorenhof estate for a special vinegar tasting. Yes, you read that right—a vinegar tasting. Founded by Georg Wiedemann some 30 years ago, Doktorenhof produces vinegars from premium wines, rather than inexpensive ones. Gewürztraminer, Sylvaner, Riesling and pinot noir are aged with a century-old vinegar “mother,” as the bacteria that makes vinegar is known, and flavored with a variety of herbs and fruits. The results make complex and elegant aperitifs, intended to be sipped from a specially designed long-stemmed glass between courses or after a meal. The atmospheric tasting room (think candles, cloaks and choir music) is like no other you’ll ever experience. You’ll have plenty of time to explore their enticing gift shop, too.

    Generations Excursion: Speyer Climbing Forest
    Join your dedicated Family Host for an adventure at Speyer’s Climbing Forest. As you’re harnessed safely to ropes and nets, you’ll climb the trees and more than 200 platforms while having fun in the great outdoors with your family members. Choose from 24 different courses, depending on your comfort level, and enjoy fantastic views in this climbing haven.
    This excursion is only available on sailings that belong to the Generations program.

    Generations Excursion: Submarines & Space Shuttles
    If you’re interested in automotive history, trains or aeronautical technology, you’ll enjoy a stop at the Technik Museum, home to Europe’s largest space flight exhibition. Your family will want to get up close and personal with an original jumbo jet, submarine and rescue sea cruises. See the Russian space shuttle BURAN, an original moonstone, space suits, a Soyuz landing capsule, as well as locomotives, vintage cars, motorcycles and thousands of other exhibits.
    This excursion is only available on sailings that belong to the Generations program.

    meals Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  5. Day 5 Rüdesheim, Boppard

    Experience Germany’s fabled Rhine River in the towns of Rüdesheim and Boppard. Enjoy a private tasting of estate-grown Rieslings at Castle Vollrads, take a stroll through beautiful Boppard, or hike through some of the most beautiful landscapes that line the Rhine.

    This morning, you’ll cruise out of Rüdesheim and into the sublimely beautiful and romantic Upper Middle Rhine Valley.

    Choice of Castle Vollrads wine tasting or Rüdesheim wine village and panoramas of Niederwald Monument or Boppard village stroll or "Let's Go" Rhine hiking

    Generations Excursions:
    Cable Car Climb to Niederwald Heights
    Fairytale Rheinstein Castle
    These excursions are only available on sailings that belong to the Generations program.

    Castle Vollrads wine tasting
    Nestled in the rolling, vineyard-covered hills of the Rheingau, Castle Vollrads has a square tower that dates back to the 14th century, as does the moat. Just one family owned the castle for 700 years, until 1997, adding on to it and remodeling it over the centuries. While the interior of the castle is rarely open to the public, you will have the opportunity to step inside to see some of the elegantly appointed rooms, including the beautiful gold-embossed Flemish leather wall covering in the 17th-century dining room. Grapes have been grown here for more than a thousand years; records show that Castle Vollrads wines were first sold in 1211. These days the excellence of its Riesling is well known; it’s so well known, in fact, that Schloss Vollrads is one of the few German vineyards whose name stands alone on a wine label—no village name is required. Accompanied by a local wine expert, you will sample three wines in three different locations. There will also be time to wander through the grounds at your leisure.

    Boppard village stroll
    Join the Cruise Manager on a walk through this attractive town with a long and surprising history; the Cruise Manager will point out its highlights and recommend a host of activities. Take a chairlift to the top of the hill for a great view of the valley and the river (you can hike the return route, if you’re up for it); enjoy a glass of wine at a local tavern and watch the water traffic on the river; or ride a bicycle along the Rhine promenade. You might also visit Saint Severus Church, whose twin towers dominate the waterfront, or explore the remains of a fourth-century Roman fort. If you’re interested in design and the decorative arts, stop by the Museum Boppard to see the exhibit on native son Michael Thonet, who developed the technique of bentwood furniture in the 1840s. His iconic, lightweight chairs are still popular in cafés throughout Europe. Or simply stroll beneath the trees along the city’s scenic riverside promenade, which is lined with the gorgeous villas of 19th-century entrepreneurs.

    Generations Excursion: Cable Car Climb to Niederwald Heights
    Board an aerial tramway for a cable car trip up to the Niederwald Monument, and be treated to sweeping views of the Rhine River below. From there, you can choose either a half-hour hike through the breathtaking vineyards or you can hop back on the cable car and head into town.
    This excursion is only available on sailings that belong to the Generations program.

    Generations Excursion: Fairytale Rheinstein Castle
    Head out on a short bus trip and ferry ride that crosses the Rhine to the fairytale-like Rheinstein Castle, originally built in 1316. Here, you’ll be treated to a Family Knight’s Reception. Take a brief hike to the castle’s drawbridge, where you’ll be welcomed by the Count, who will have a knight’s non-alcoholic cocktail waiting for you. Wander through the castle and take in the immense history while you enjoy panoramic views over the Rhine.
    This excursion is only available on sailings that belong to the Generations program.

    meals Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  6. Day 6 Boppard, Koblenz

    Get to know Koblenz, a historic town with a colorful past and eclectic architecture, and enjoy a visit to the stunningly medieval Marksburg Castle. As you come upon picture-perfect Koblenz, you’ll sail past Deutsches Eck (German Corner) with its historic monument to Kaiser Wilhelm I.

    Featured Excursion: “Let's Go” bike the castles

    Choice of Koblenz walking tour or Marksburg Castle visit

    Generations Excursions:
    Medieval Marksburg
    Koblenz Scavenger Hunt
    These excursions are only available on sailings that belong to the Generations program.

    Koblenz walking tour
    Watch the waters of the Moselle meld with the Rhine’s as you stand on the spit of land called German Corner: It’s the perfect spot for a symbol of German unity, an equestrian statue of Kaiser Wilhelm I, who united the nation in the 19th century. (There’s another symbol of German unity here too: three panels of the Berlin Wall.) Behind it is Koblenz’s oldest church, St. Castor’s Basilica, first erected in the ninth century, and just one of the charming churches and squares you’ll encounter as you wander through Old Town. Like many Rhineland towns, Koblenz suffered at the hands of Louis XIV’s forces—that’s why you’ll see so many baroque features in the buildings you pass, since so many needed to be reconstructed after the French left. That’s also why the Church of Our Lady has twin onion domes. Despite their travails over the ages, though, Koblenz’s citizens kept their sense of humor: One example of it might catch you by surprise as you pass the fountain known as the Spitting Boy, which spits water without warning.

    After the tour, you’ll have some free time to enjoy the Marktplatz (Market Square) and its bounty of shopping and wine bars.

    Marksburg Castle visit
    With its pale walls, slate-gray roof, and unusually slender towers and turrets, Marksburg looks as though it has been lifted straight from the pages of a fairytale. But don’t be deceived: this is a powerful fortress, built to withstand attack. Marksburg’s defenses were so daunting that enemies generally chose to leave it alone. That’s why this is the only hill castle in Germany that has never been destroyed—a remarkable fact when you consider its 700-year-long history. Enter the fortress through a drawbridge gate and vaulted tunnel—just the first of the many defensive features you’ll encounter on your tour. Notice the “murder holes” in the walls; these would have let defenders pour boiling pitch on would-be invaders. Horsemen once thundered up the Riders’ Stairway, which was hewn into the bedrock, but you can take the steps at a more leisurely pace. Guides will show you the cannons of the Great Battery, once aimed at the Rhine River, and the castle kitchen with its enormous fireplace. You’ll tour the bedchamber, the great banquet hall, the armory, the stables and, if you’re feeling brave, the torture chamber. Don’t miss the re-created medieval garden, with 150 plants used in the Middle Ages for curative (or magical) purposes.

    Generations Excursions: Medieval Marksburg
    This morning, venture to the only undamaged hill castle on the Rhine, Marksburg Castle. Step into a real-life fairytale as you enter the fortress through the drawbridge gate and vaulted tunnel, the first of many defensive features you’ll see on your tour. Originally constructed to withstand enemy attacks some 700 years ago, you’ll see its cannons, torture chambers and battlements from the time of the knights. Your special family tour will take you on a journey of what it was like to live in the Middle Ages.
    This excursion is only available on sailings that belong to the Generations program.

    Generations Excursions: Koblenz Scavenger Hunt
    Situated on the banks of both the Moselle and Rhine rivers, Koblenz is a 2,000-year-old city that features a statue of Emperor William I that marks the confluence of the two rivers. After your morning visit to Marksburg Castle, you’ll join your guide for a captivating scavenger hunt through Koblenz. Along the way, you’ll be introduced to the history of Max and Moritz, a classic German illustrated story by Wilhelm Busch about two young boys who like to misbehave. Find the Schängel Fountain, the fountain of a little boy who randomly spits on people as they pass by, which is located in the center of old Koblenz.
    This excursion is only available on sailings that belong to the Generations program.

    meals Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  7. Day 7 Cologne

    History buffs will enjoy an expertly led tour through Cologne’s Old Town, where three medieval gates remain standing, as does the old city hall with its Renaissance façade. Wander through the city’s historical center and take in its charming atmosphere, narrow alleyways flanked by old houses and countless breweries. No matter how you choose to explore Old Town, you’ll also have ample free time to explore on your own.

    In the evening, a special Captain’s Farewell Reception and Dinner will be prepared for you.

    Featured Excursion: Cologne walking tour 

    Generations Excursion: Gothic cathedrals, gargoyles and chocolate
    This excursion is only available on sailings that belong to the Generations program.

    Generations Excursion: Gothic cathedrals, gargoyles and chocolate
    This tour will introduce the young travelers in your life to the magnificent Cologne Cathedral. The cathedral, whose construction began in 1248, was not completed until 1880. This UNESCO-designated Gothic masterpiece is Cologne’s most recognizable landmark, having dominated the city’s skyline for centuries. Inside, you’ll see the relics of the Magi and other sacred figures, 14th-century stained-glass windows and the stunningly painted choir stalls—all while you learn the history of the cathedral and its art collections, especially the pieces surrounding the Shrine of the Magi. After your tour, you’ll be treated to a visit to the local chocolate museum.
    This excursion is only available on sailings that belong to the Generations program.

    meals Breakfast, Lunch, Farewell Dinner
  8. Day 8 Amsterdam (Disembark)

    Disembark the ship. If your cruise package includes a group departure transfer or if you have purchased a private departure transfer, you will be transferred to Amsterdam Schiphol Airport for your flight home. Alternatively, you may continue your adventure with our optional post-cruise Amsterdam extension.

    meals Breakfast
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Price Includes

Generations Family Program (select sailings)

Share the enchantment of this region with the special young people in your life. These cruises not only feature unique, fun-filled adventures for families to enjoy together, they’re also packed with culturally and historically significant experiences designed to spark creativity and lifelong learning.

Dining

  • All meals onboard, prepared using the finest and freshest ingredients
  • 7 breakfasts, 6 lunches, 7 dinners
  • Captain’s Welcome and Farewell Receptions
  • Welcome and Farewell Gala Dinners
  • Unlimited beverages onboard, including fine wine, beer, spirits, soft drinks, specialty coffee and tea, and mineral water

Accommodations

  • 7-night cruise in a riverview stateroom on the exquisite S.S. Antoinette, the regal River Queen  or the elegant S.S. Empress
  • Lavishly appointed riverview staterooms and suites have handcrafted Savoir® Beds of England, high thread count 100% Egyptian cotton sheets and European duvets, and a menu of pillow options
  • Free Internet and Wi-Fi access

Excursions

  • 6 days of excursions, including “Choice Is Yours” options, all fully hosted by English-speaking local experts
  • Guided “Let's Go,” “Do as the Locals Do” and “Village Day” programs
  • State-of-the-art Quietvox portable audio-headset system on all excursions
  • Use of bicycles and Nordic walking sticks

Experiences

  • 4 countries: France, Germany, the Netherlands, Switzerland
  • 4 UNESCO World Heritage sites
  • Services of an experienced Uniworld Cruise Manager
  • Captivating onboard local entertainment
  • Cultural enrichment, including a Signature Lecture
  • All transfers on arrival and departure days
  • All gratuities, both onboard and onshore
  • Exclusive Generations Family Program on select summer departures

All fares are per guest in US Dollars based on double occupancy unless otherwise noted.

Fares are capacity controlled and are subject to change at any time without notice.

Availability of all stateroom categories cannot be guaranteed.

Single Supplement applies for single accommodation.

Itineraries, hotels, and vessels may change, and substitute visits to other sites may occur during your trip due to water level fluctuations and other uncontrollable factors.

The order of sightseeing and docking ports are subject to change according to port authority assignments.

Prices exclude additional port charges of $200 per person.

Dates & Prices
Airfare is not included, but can be added to quote upon request Trip prices are based on double occupancy; single supplement discounts are available on select departures, call us at 1-877-622-9109 for more info
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Trusted Customer
Saturday, August 31, 2019
Service
Excellent job, quick to respond to questions.
Vacation
UniWorld was fantastic, will cruise with them again.
Robert Mobley
Friday, August 30, 2019
Service
It was confusing online but after talking with a person from get it was cleared up.
Vacation
We were well taken care of... from the great food and beverages to the excursions. Will recommend to friends and family.
Phil U
Sunday, June 23, 2019
Service
This is our second trip we have booked through them and have been very satisfied with their excellent service and attention to detail. Everything went very well on both trips.
Response from Grand European Travel:
Thank you for trusting us to handle your vacation planning. We appreciate the loyalty and hope to see you again very soon!
Tuesday, June 25, 2019
Vacation
The river cruise along the Rhine river from Bazil, Switzerland to Amsterdam, Netherlands was very beautiful with all kinds of scenery and time to view different cities in person or just relax.
Trusted Customer
Sunday, June 23, 2019
Service
Alyssa was excellent on helping us book our cruise.
Vacation
Uniworld cruises are the best! Great customer service, well trained staff, excellent food and knowledgeable guides. Room is very comfortable, clean and you don't hear any noise except for the water that may lap the ship if your window is open. Loved our balcony room. We will cruise with Uniworld again we hope many times.
Response from Grand European Travel:
That is fantastic to hear. We look forward to helping you plan that next cruise.
Tuesday, June 25, 2019
Kandice Beyer
Sunday, June 16, 2019
Service
Your staff are always helpful and professional.
Vacation
The overall experience is well rounded, with something for everyone to enjoy.
Carolyn Beall
Sunday, April 28, 2019
Service
I am in the process of booking another trip with GET. I was satisfied with my first experience.
Vacation
Uniworld is an amazing company and they truly treat each guest as if they were family. I am in the process of booking another Uniworld cruise. Castles Along the Rhine was fantastic, weather was perfect and ship was beautiful!
Response from Grand European Travel:
We so appreciate your repeat business and couldn't be happier that you enjoyed Castles Along the Rhine and the expertise of the Uniworld team.
Monday, April 29, 2019
Linda Hagge
Tuesday, October 30, 2018
Service
We ran into,some bad luck,three days,into the cruise.The water level was so low, that we were forced, to abandon ship, & continue, in buses & stay, in hotels.It was dissappointing,since we did not get, to cruise past the castles,along the river.The staff at Uniworld did a fantastic job,of arranging travel alternatives,with very little time, to do so.We especially enjoyed the guides,that were assigned to us.Muriel in Amsterdam,was exceptional,in every way.She is very knowledgable,& entertaining.
Response from Grand European Travel:
We are sorry to hear that the weather did not cooperate for you. We understand how disappointing that must have been. It does sound like you made the best of the situation and came home with some happy memories.
Wednesday, October 31, 2018
Vacation
We did not get,to cruise the river & see the castles,& that is what we paid for.Global warming,is affecting everything & everyone.
Daniel Waintroob
Tuesday, September 25, 2018
Service
Nicely done. Even though there were 145 other passengers we always felt special. The meals and wine were consistently excellent
Vacation
Great value for everything we got
Lori Sheehy
Friday, June 22, 2018
Service
The actual travel experience was excellent on Uniworld. However the purchase experience was poor in terms of Uniworld since they locked us out of even viewing our info once it was entered but then asked us if everything was correct. The GET agent named Michelle was great and manually helped us but Uniworld needs to fix their booking system. That is why I gave it a 3 star.
Response from Grand European Travel:
We do apologize for the frustration you encountered. We will work closely with Uniworld and come up with a better way to handle guests information. Thank you for letting us know.
Friday, June 22, 2018
Vacation
It is a little pricey but then again everything was included and the tours were great and Rik a great Cruise director.
Trusted Customer
Wednesday, November 1, 2017
Service
Book with them again in a minute! Everything we requested was taken care of by the company. I have never felt so comfortable with any other group. Have traveled a lot over the years, this was the best.
Vacation
So much beauty. Hope to take another trip soon.
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