Enchanting Rhine

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  • Dusseldorf to Dusseldorf
  • 20 - 27 October 2024

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

Let yourself be carried away by the romanticism of the Rhine and enjoy the beautiful view of the Middle Rhine Valley. Stroll past the noble houses of Koblenz, the Mainz Cathedral or through Boppard's old town alleys.

Cruise Itinerary

Dusseldorf 20-10-2024
Boppard 21-10-2024
Mainz 22-10-2024
Mannheim & Speyer 23-10-2024
Strasbourg 24-10-2024
Rudesheim 25-10-2024
Coblenz 26-10-2024
Dusseldorf 27-10-2024
Dusseldorf

Dusseldorf Embark: 20 October 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.
Boppard

Boppard In Port: 21 October 2024

Boppard is a small city consisting of nine villages located in the Rhine Province in Germany, in the heart of the Rhine River Valley, which was included in the UNESCO World Heritage List in 2022. The city is filled with Roman designed cathedrals and medieval buildings along its winding roads illustrating the life of Roman, French and German inhabitants that occupied the city in the Middle Ages. It is popular tourist destination offering historical, cultural, and natural attractions, as well as producing some excellent wines that are exported all over Europe.
Mainz

Mainz In Port: 22 October 2024

The city of Mainz is situated on the Rhine river, within the German state of Rhineland-Palatinate. It serves as the state's capital city and is the 38th largest city in Germany, measured by population, with more than 200,000 residents. Significant attractions within the city include Mainz Cathedral, the State Theatre and the Romano-Germanic Central Museum. It is also recognised as a key hub for the German wine industry and, in actual fact, the history of wine production in the city can be traced all the way back to the Roman era.
Mannheim & Speyer

Mannheim & Speyer In Port: 23 October 2024

Mannheim’s Christmas market is a holiday season shopping extravaganza, centered around the city’s iconic water tower. One of Germany’s oldest and largest markets, more than 160 booths host vendors from around the world, offering handicrafts and handmade items. Speyer’s Old Town transforms into a winter wonderland during the holiday season. With the historic Old Gate as a stunning backdrop, market stalls are brimming with yuletide treats, serving Christmas cookies and steaming mugs of aromatic glühwein. Revel in Christmas traditions and sample tasty regional delicacies.
Strasbourg

Strasbourg In Port: 24 October 2024

Strasbourg is said to be the capital of Christmas in France, with the city’s cathedral square taking centre stage as it is transformed into a winter wonderland. The city’s Christkindelsmärik is the oldest in France, dating back to 1570. Hundreds of stalls are brimming with colourful wares, fine food and mulled wine, bringing festive cheer in abundance. Alsatian specialties feature an array of hearty classics, from bretzels (soft, bread-like pretzels) to bredele (star-shaped spiced cookies), and knacks (sausages) to pain d’epices (gingerbread).
Rudesheim

Rudesheim In Port: 25 October 2024

The picturesque town of Rüdesheim is located directly on the Rhine in Hesse and has many attractions, such as the famous Drosselgasse, where there are numerous wine bars, but also a castle and a torture museum, where medieval torture instruments and the history of the Inquisition are exhibited. A cable car goes up to the Niederwald Monument, which is located above the town. From here you can take a beautiful hike through pristine woodlands and then come to the chairlift that leads directly to Assmannshausen. This is also located on the Rhine.
Coblenz

Coblenz In Port: 26 October 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.
Dusseldorf

Dusseldorf Disembark: 27 October 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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