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Romantic Rhine & Moselle Melody

Holiday Highlights

  • Historic and vibrant Cologne
  • Cochem, 'Pearl of the Moselle'
  • Koblenz and the Rhine Gorge
  • Picturesque Boppard and Linz

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Holiday details

What is Included?

  • 7 nights Full Board accommodation throughout your cruise
  • Welcome cocktail on arrival
  • Captain's dinner on the last evening of your cruise
  • On-board evening entertainment programme
  • Services of a Shearings resort representative
  • Expertly planned optional excursion programme to help you make the most of your cruise
  • Choice of joining cruise by Coach (including overnight en/post-route accommmodation), Air or Eurostar
  • Return travel & resort transfers

A relaxing trip through the spectacular Rhine and Moselle valleys is the perfect river cruise experience. Panoramic views and stunning landscapes slip quietly by as you sail. A cruise packed with ports of call to entice you including; Königswinter - home to Germany’s oldest cog-wheel railway, picture-perfect Cochem and its imposing castle, pretty town of Koblenz where the Rhine meets the Moselle and Bonn famous for its gardens and palace - plus many more! This cruise combines the best of both the Rhine and Moselle rivers, offering you superb scenery all the way. Cochem Rhine.

Your Ports of Call

  • Cologne - Explore the enchanting old town and popular gothic cathedral

  • Königswinter - A pretty summer retreat at the foot of the Siebengerbirge range

  • Andernach - One Germany's oldest towns, explore its medieval remnants and well-preserved castle

  • Cochem - Dominated by the fairytale Reichsburg Castle, Cochem is known as the "Pearl of the Moselle"

  • Koblenz - See the colourful displays at the first Rhineland National Garden Show

  • Rüdesheim - Enjoy the choice of resorts, wine houses and open-air taverns in this popular resort

  • Boppard - The pretty ancient fortress is known as the "Pearl of the Rhine"

  • Linz - Colourful half-timbered houses decorate this charming city

  • Remagen - See the Ludenhorff Bridge, made famous by the classic film 'The Bridge At Remagen’'

  • Bonn - The birthplace of Beethoven, visit Bonn's well-kept botanic gardens and fascinating palace
  • Holiday Details

    A relaxing trip through the spectacular Rhine and Moselle valleys is the perfect river cruise experience. Panoramic views and stunning landscapes slip quietly by as you sail, while the various ports of call include ancient towns with castles and medieval forts, pretty villages, summer resorts and the town of Bonn, birthplace of Beethoven. This is a cruise combining the best of both the Rhine & Moselle rivers, offering you superb scenery all the way.
    Wednesday: Embark in Cologne
    After joining the MPS Rotterdam, there’s time to explore Cologne’s cafés, bars, shops, old town or gothic cathedral.
    Thursday: Cologne – Königswinter – Andernach
    A morning sail to Königswinter, a pretty summer retreat at the foot of the Siedengerbirge, or seven mountains, and home to Drachenfels Castle. We then visit Andernach, one of the oldest towns in Germany, containing medieval remnants of the old town and a well-preserved castle.
    Friday: Andernach to Cochem
    Known as the ‘Pearl of the Moselle’, Cochem is dominated by the fairytale 11th-century Reichsburg Castle standing guard above the town and river.
    Saturday: Cochem to Koblenz
    Koblenz is situated at the confluence of the Rhine with the Moselle and marks the northern end of the Rhine Gorge, declared a World Heritage site in 2002. There is also a new cable car connecting the town centre to the Fortress on the opposite side of the river, a ride offering truly spectacular views of the Rhine.
    Sunday: Koblenz to Rüdesheim
    Heading south we stop at the popular resort of Rüdesheim, at the southern entrance to the Loreley valley, with its choice of restaurants, wine houses and open-air taverns to enjoy.
    Monday: Rüdesheim – Boppard – Linz
    Our first port of call today is the ancient fortress town of Boppard known as the ‘Pearl of the Rhine’, which has an unspoilt promenade alongside the river. The charming city of Linz is decorated with colourful half-timbered houses.
    Tuesday: Linz – Remagen – Bonn – Cologne
    Two more treats today - Remagen, known for the Ludenorff Bridge from the movie ‘The Bridge At Remagen’; and Bonn, the birthplace of Beethoven, with its well-kept botanic gardens and palace.
    Wednesday: Disembark in Cologne
    Sadly, it's time to say goodbye to the MPS Rotterdam.

    Paul 2s


    9 June 2012

    Excellent value cruise.

    Very enjoyable and relaxing holiday. The ship's crew were excellent, as was the food. If you went on the tours you often didn't have the chance to walk around the lovely river towns which was a pity. The only negative aspect was the fact that we usually tied-up at the furthest mooring from the town/city (due to cost presumably) and this prevented some of the less mobile passengers from enjoying the resorts fully.



    30 May 2012

    A very good weeks cruising would go again food very good

    A very good weeks cruising would go again, I booked one trip but then missed the delights of Cochem

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