Overview Treasures of the Main & Rhine
CRUISE YEAR
CRUISE FROM : Amsterdam to Nuremberg
From cosmopolitan Amsterdam to the heartland of Germany along the Rhine and Main rivers, you’ll get an up-close look at the magnificent castles, medieval towns and forever-inspiring cities. Get lost in the medieval chivalric atmosphere of Nuremberg’s Kaiserburg Castle, representative of the thousands of fortresses that dotted Germany’s landscape in the Middle Ages. Marvel at an immaculate example of Baroque architecture at the designated UNESCO World Heritage Würzburg Residenz, a reminder of life lived on a grand scale. Savor the storybook atmosphere of some of Europe’s most charming towns, Wertheim and Rüdesheim; and along the way, get swept up in the many treasures just waiting to be discovered along the Rhine and Main rivers.
COUNTRIES: , Germany, Netherlands
RIVERS: Rhine, Danube, Main

Treasures of the Main & Rhine At A Glance

Follow the route of emperors, kings and queens on a magnificent European journey. The natural wonders of the Danube, Main and Rhine yield way to countless UNESCO World Heritage Sites: Cologne’s Gothic Cathedral, the Würzburg Residenz Palace, the Old Towns of Bamberg and Regensburg, and Melk Abbey—to name a few. Whimsical delights from Siegfried’s Mechanical Musical Instrument Museum to Miltenberg’s crooked houses enchant. German and Austrian Rieslings please the palate while stunning scenery entices on hiking and biking adventures.
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