Moselle River

Are you a fan of white wine? Are you a fan of scenic towns and villages? How about a beautiful sense of peace and calm? If any of those things put a grin on your face, then a river cruise along the Moselle River is the perfect itinerary for you. The Moselle is a tributary of the Rhine River and flows from France to Germany and Luxembourg. On this cruise, beautiful vineyards will surround you through the Mosel region, the most prestigious wine producing area in Germany. Featured below are some of the best ways to spend your time when river cruising along the Moselle River:

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Reichsburg Castle in Cochem, Germany
  • In Bernkastel, you will experience the fruit of the vines at a wine tasting. Bernkastel, like all the towns along the Moselle, is picturesque with ivy growing over small houses, and buildings dating back to the Middle Ages.
  • Visit the Reichsburg Castle in Cochem, Germany. This renaissance and baroque castle, which is perched high atop the hills overlooking the town’s half-timbered homes, offers awe-inspiring views of the Mosel Region.
Castle in Vianden, Luxembourg
  • Take a guided tour of Luxembourg, one of the smallest countries in Europe. This tiny gem of a country has several memorable sites, including the Luxembourg American Cemetery which is dedicated to the American soldiers that died during the Battle of the Bulge in WWII.
  • Trier, which stands at the entryway to the Moselle River, is considered the oldest city in all of Germany. Here you will encounter the Porta Nigra, a gate from when Trier was a Roman city. Other highlights of Trier include the Trier Cathedral and Church of Our Lady.


As you take in the splendid sights, the crisp air and the ubiquitous wine on a Moselle River cruise, you will be sailing on a magnificent floating hotel. Don't wait another day to enjoy a beautiful river cruise on the Moselle River. Call your Cruise Web consultant today to find your perfect itinerary.


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