Moselle Fairytale

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  • Dusseldorf to Dusseldorf
  • 26 May - 2 June 2024

Cruise on board MS VIVA Moments from Dusseldorf to Dusseldorf for 7 nights.

The 7-night cruise is a combined Rhine and Moselle cruise. It starts in vibrant Düsseldorf, which is not only a paradise for beer drinkers with its Altbier pubs, but also a hotspot of the German art scene with its excellent museum landscape.

Cruise Itinerary

Dusseldorf 26-05-2024
Coblenz 27-05-2024
Traben-Trarbach 28-05-2024
Bernkastel 28-05-2024
Trier 29-05-2024
Cochem 30-05-2024
Koblenz & Rudesheim 31-05-2024
Linz on the Danube 31-05-2024
Linz on the Danube 01-06-2024
Bonn 01-06-2024
Bonn 02-06-2024
Dusseldorf 02-06-2024
Dusseldorf

Dusseldorf Embark: 26 May 2024

Dusseldorf, the capital and second-largest city of North Rhine-Westphalia, is a mix of old and new Germany. The Altstadt, or Old Town, is centrally located behind the Rhine Embankment Promenade and has been dubbed "the longest bar in the world" due to the estimated 300 bars and discos in the area. Shopping aficionados will be more than pleased with the variety of shops and interesting boutiques on Konigsallee and Schadowstrasse while fans of history and culture will not want to miss visiting St. Lambertus Church, the Rathaus (Town Hall) or the 13th century Schlossturm (Castle Tower) which houses the nautical museum.
Coblenz

Coblenz In Port: 27 May 2024

The German city of Coblenz enjoys a fabulous geographical setting. It lies at the confluence of the Rhine and Moselle rivers (what a treat for riverboat cruise trips) and the convergence of three low mountain ranges, the Westerwald, Hunsrück, and the Eifel (great photo opportunities). It is a popular destination for exploring the romantic Rhine Valley.
Traben-Trarbach

Traben-Trarbach In Port: 28 May 2024

The small wine town of Traben-Trarbach is located directly on the Moselle River in a beautiful valley. Surrounded by numerous vineyards, it is one of the most beautiful places in the area, romantic, quaint and modern. In addition to wine tasting and a boat trip on the Moselle, you can take a hike to Grevenburg Castle, a ruin high up on the mountain, but the Buddha Museum should also be on your itinerary. A medieval marketplace adorns the center of the small town and the bridge gate is also one of the ancient relics.
Bernkastel

Bernkastel In Port: 28 May 2024

Numerous half-timbered houses adorn the town of Bernkastel, directly on the Moselle River. Above is a castle with a restaurant and in the old town you can find numerous small boutiques and stores. The Moselle invites you to an unforgettable boat trip, but also to kayak or canoe. Bernkastel is known for its ideal location on the Moselle and for its quaint old town. Together with Kues it forms a double town, on the left and on the right of the banks of the Moselle, with numerous restaurants and bars.
Trier

Trier In Port: 29 May 2024

Trier impresses with its buildings from the Roman era - first and foremost the well-preserved Porta Nigra. But also the churches of the city are a worthwhile destination during a visit. The oldest city in Germany was founded by the Romans around the year 16 BC under Emperor Augustus. Charlemagne made the city an archbishopric. In hardly any other German city are the legacies of the Romans as numerous as in Trier. You can even drink them in the form of wine. The wine terraces along the valleys of the Moselle and Saar rivers look back on 2000 years of history.
Cochem

Cochem In Port: 30 May 2024

Cochem is the smallest county seat in Germany and is located in the federal state of Rhineland-Palatinate. Cochem is located on the Moselle River and is famous for its wine growing. The city allows a picturesque view of the vineyards. Even from a distance, the Reichsburg Castle can be easily seen, which acts as the town's landmark. The town is popular not only with bowling clubs and families. The cobblestone-paved old town offers a leisurely stroll and invites you to linger at the fountain.
Koblenz & Rudesheim

Koblenz & Rudesheim In Port: 31 May 2024

Sip on a warming glühwein and enjoy the seasonal festivities of Koblenz's Christmas market. Centered around the Schängel fountain, the Koblenz Christmas market offers all the flavours of the yuletide season from its famous Christmas bakery. Sail passed hilltop castles along the Middle Rhine, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. You will pass vineyard-blanketed hills whose steep slopes require vintners to pick grapes by hand, keeping a centuries-old tradition alive. Picturesque Rüdesheim is brimming with festive cheer. Enjoy a taste of the local brew, Weihnachtsbier, and stroll the vibrant Drosselgasse, a narrow alleyway lined with decorated restaurants and bars, is the perfect place to explore and immerse in the spirit of the holiday season.
Linz on the Danube

Linz on the Danube In Port: 31 May 2024

The Danube River changes the direction of its flow, due to a bend in the river, in the Austrian city of Linz. Visitors to Linz on the Danube will enjoy the Donaupark which forms a part of the city's 'cultural mile'. The park is located between the Brucknerhaus music venue and the Kunstmuseum. The whole city can be viewed from the Pöstlingberg mountain.
Linz on the Danube

Linz on the Danube In Port: 1 June 2024

The Danube River changes the direction of its flow, due to a bend in the river, in the Austrian city of Linz. Visitors to Linz on the Danube will enjoy the Donaupark which forms a part of the city's 'cultural mile'. The park is located between the Brucknerhaus music venue and the Kunstmuseum. The whole city can be viewed from the Pöstlingberg mountain.
Bonn

Bonn In Port: 1 June 2024

Bonn is an independent city in North Rhine-Westphalia, which is the former capital of Germany. The banks of the Rhine invite you to go for a walk and offer well-developed inline and cycle paths. The old town offers traditional shops and branches of large brand chains.
Bonn

Bonn In Port: 2 June 2024

Bonn is an independent city in North Rhine-Westphalia, which is the former capital of Germany. The banks of the Rhine invite you to go for a walk and offer well-developed inline and cycle paths. The old town offers traditional shops and branches of large brand chains.
Dusseldorf

Dusseldorf Disembark: 2 June 2024

Dusseldorf, the capital and second-largest city of North Rhine-Westphalia, is a mix of old and new Germany. The Altstadt, or Old Town, is centrally located behind the Rhine Embankment Promenade and has been dubbed "the longest bar in the world" due to the estimated 300 bars and discos in the area. Shopping aficionados will be more than pleased with the variety of shops and interesting boutiques on Konigsallee and Schadowstrasse while fans of history and culture will not want to miss visiting St. Lambertus Church, the Rathaus (Town Hall) or the 13th century Schlossturm (Castle Tower) which houses the nautical museum.
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MS VIVA Moments

The MS VIVA MOMENTS with 88 cabins invites up to 176 passengers to enjoy feel-good moments on board.

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