About this tour
Take a journey back in time on a Rhine river cruise with Emerald Waterways
The Rhine is often the subject of poets, composers, artists, and writers, drawing on both its folklore and its long history. For fairy-tale scenery it’s hard to surpass. Spend extra time in energetic Amsterdam or stay longer with add-on city extensions.
Prices start from $3,695 per person for an 8 day cruise including all on board meals, wine, beer and soft drinks with lunch and dinner, included shore excursions, EmeraldPLUS, including a wine tasting in Bernkastel off the Moselle river, EmeraldACTIVE excursions, expert local guides, a range of onboard entertainment, airport transfers to and from your ship, plus all tipping and gratuities.
Our 2018 offers add even more value to your journey.
FLY FREE to Europe when booking 15+ day cruises or
Fly for $495pp when booking an 8-14 day cruise
Pay In Full by October 31, 2017 to SAVE UP to an additional $800* per couple
PLUS receive a CANADA 150 BONUS of 150 Euro per person On-board Credit when you book between July 1 and August 31.
Enjoy legendary castles along the banks as you sail through the infamous Rhine Gorge on Legends of the Moselle, Rhine & Main or take part in even more opportunities for biking EmeraldACTIVE excursions on The Classic Rhine.
8 Day Legends of the Moselle, Rhine & Main
Nuremberg to Bernkastel
from $3,815 per person
Sail south of Frankfurt to UNESCO World Heritage-listed locations and picturesque towns that make up this historically-rich itinerary. Vineyards and natural beauty create stunning riverbank backdrops.
8 Day Classic Rhine River Cruise
Amsterdam to Frankfurt
from $3,695 per person
Discover a classic voyage toward Xanten, known for its Roman Archaeological Park. Be guided through old world European streets, sloping vineyards, and even visit Andernach Geysir.
Dating back to 3000BC, Bernkastel is situated along
the banks of the Moselle River and home to
well-preserved buildings dating back to
1416. Stroll through the medieval
marketplace with its gabled
timber-framed houses, castle ruins
and town gate. Historically a winegrowing town, vines cover the steep-slopes surrounding the village
EmeraldPLUS: Wine TastingTerms, conditions and restrictions apply; pricing, availability, and other details subject to change and/ or apply to US or Canadian residents. Please confirm details and booking information with your travel advisor.