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  Phone: 814-688-5797
  Email: pattygern@gmail.com
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AMAWATERWAYS CAPTIVATING RHINE RIVER CRUISE

JULY 19 – 26, 2020

Cruising on the brand new AMAMORA (NEWEST SHIP)

 The Rhine River is one of the largest rivers in Europe

The AMAMORA offers twin balconies, pool with swim up bar a sun deck, and more.

Wake up and fall asleep to magnificent views!

 I have been selected by Ensemble Travel to be a host on this cruise and this means more amenities and a special tour just for my group

 We will be starting in Amsterdam and cruising through Germany to the Majestic Alps in Switzerland.

Rates below will include:  $750 p.p. discount, cruise fare, all meals, beer and wine at mealtime, all tours included at each port (you choose your tour), nightly entertainment, port fees, and all taxes.  Plus you will receive a bottle of wine in your stateroom and $50 shipboard credit.  The more passengers I book the more amenities I can give so be sure to tell your friends about this trip of a lifetime!!  The discount of $750 p.p. ends soon

Only $400 p.p. holds your reservation

flights will be extra

Pre and Post Cruise options are also available

Pre-Cruise package in Amsterdam:  $660 p.p. includes lodging and tours 2-nights

Post-Cruise package in Basel:  $1560 p.p. includes lodging and tours 4-nights

Flights will be booked from your airport of choice.

We look forward to having you join us on this unique river cruise

Patty Gern, Travel Consultant

Phone:  814-688-5797

Email:  pattygern@gmail.com


ITINERARY DETAILS:

 

Day 1, AMSTERDAM. Arrive in Amsterdam and board your luxurious river cruise ship. (D)

 

Day 2, AMSTERDAM. There are 165 canals in Amsterdam, and you’ll get enjoy some of them on your canal cruise. Later in the day, set sail out of Amsterdam. (B,L,D)

 

Day 3, COLOGNE. Enjoy cruising to Cologne, home to one of Germany’s most revered Gothic masterpieces, the Cologne Cathedral. Join a guided tour through the

Old Town and explore the UNESCO­designated cathedral. Continue to the Cologne Rathaus, Germany’s oldest town hall, the Overstolzenhaus and the Festival Hall. For a different view of the city, visit a local tavern to taste its famous Kölsch beer, only made in Cologne, and Reibekuchen, potato pancakes typically served with apple sauce. Active adventurists will want to join a guided bike ride along the Rhine and through the historic Stadtgarten. (B,L,D)

 

 Day 4, RHINE GORGE ­ RÜDESHEIM. Cruise through the captivating UNESCO­designated Rhine Gorge, the most stunningly beautiful stretch of the river before reaching the winemaking town of Rüdesheim. Drink up the stunning views by soaring high above the vineyards with a gondola ride to the Niederwalddenkmal Statue and afterwards be treated to a wine tasting. For a more active adventure, hike through the town’s beautiful vineyards or join a guided bike tour along the scenic Rhine River to Schloss Johannisberg. Later in the day, let Siegfried’s Mechanical Music Museum charm you with its remarkable collection of self­playing musical instruments; or taste one of the town’s special delights, Rüdesheimer Coffee, ceremoniously made with brandy, coffee and whipped cream. (B,L,D)

 

Day 5, LUDWIGSHAFEN. Ludwigshafen is your gateway to a choice of three excursions. Visit Heidelberg, the perfectly preserved medieval city nestled in the Neckar River Valley along Germany’s Castle Road. Discover the iconic red sandstone Heidelberg Castle and Great Vat, an 18th­century 49,000­gallon wine cask. For a more active adventure while in Heidelberg, join a guided hike up the Philosopher's Path, aptly named during the Romantic Period, and be rewarded with panoramic views of the city. Alternatively, you can visit one of Germany’s oldest cities, Speyer, known for the largest Romanesque cathedral in Europe—a UNESCO World Heritage Site—and the medieval Altpörtel, Old Gate. (B,L,D)

 

Day 6, STRASBOURG. Strasbourg, the capital city of Alsace, offers flavors of both France and Germany because of its borderline location. Enjoy a panoramic tour past the stunning Parc de l’Orangerie, the European Parliament and the Place de la République before walking through its iconic “La Petite France” district, which appears to have been lifted straight from the pages of a fairytale. Wander through these charming streets and past the Cathédrale de Nôtre Dame with its famous astronomical clock. Alternatively, the active adventurer can take a guided bike ride through the city and Parc de l’Orangerie. (B,L,D)

 

Day 7, BREISACH. Breisach is your gateway to several different excursions. Step back in time with a visit to the enchanting Alsatian town of Riquewihr, which looks almost the same as it did in the 16th century. On your walking tour, admire historic architecture and famous sights, such as the Dolder Gate. Alternatively, head to Freiburg, founded in 1120 and home to the Freiburg’s Münster, a Gothic cathedral said to have “the most beautiful spire on earth.” Those wishing a more active excursion can cycle through the countryside, or hike in the Black Forest, a magical land full of cultural traditions. (B,L,D) Day 8, BASEL. Disembark after breakfast. (B)



 



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