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Castles Along the Rhine

7-Night Cruise from Amsterdam to Basel (or reverse)

Uniworld Castles Along the Rhine

Castles Along the Rhine

Amsterdam to Basel (or reverse) - 8 days

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Ship - River Antoinette, River Empress, River Queen
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Detailed Itinerary: Basel to Amsterdam

Skip to Amsterdam to Basel itinerary

Day 1: Basel (Embarkation Day)

Arrive at EuroAirport Basel-Mulhouse-Freiburg where you will be transferred to the ship. (D)

Day 2: Breisach (Kaysersber and Riquewihr or Colmar)

Look up “charming and “picturesque” in the dictionary and it could very well show images of today’s choice of destinations—two of Alsace’s best-known wine villages or a town some have hailed as the prettiest in the world. Is it really? See for yourself from our uniquely Uniworld perspective. A charming town dominated by a 17th-century hilltop cathedral, Breisach is your gateway to the Alsatian wine road. This is your launching point for one of two excursions along the celebrated route des vins, which hugs the foothills of the Vosges mountain range. You can visit Kaysersberg and Riquewihr, two of the most picturesque villages in the region, or take a tour of the larger town of Colmar, considered one of the most beautiful destinations along the wine road and the capital of Alsatian wines. If you’re interested in doing something a bit more physically challenging, you could stay in Breisach and walk or bike through the surrounding vineyards.

Choice of Alsatian “Village Day” -or- Colmar city tour

Spend the afternoon onboard, simply enjoying the views from the ship’s lounges or decks and sampling some of the ship’s amenities. Sip a cocktail on the Sun Deck or relax with a massage.  A special Captain’s Welcome Reception and Dinner will be prepared for you this evening.

Day 3: Kehl (Strasbourg)

Strasbourg is invariably described as quaint, a rather overused word that in this case is perfectly apropos. Whether you see it via a canal boat or on foot with an insightful local expert, this historic town with its cobbled lanes, half-timbered homes, giant stork nests and impossible-to-resist pastry shops will win your heart. Kehl, directly across the river from Strasbourg, will be your ship’s base while you explore the Alsatian capital, which is known as the “Crossroads of Europe” for its strategic location halfway between Paris and Prague. You may choose to see Strasbourg, which would give you an enlightening and relaxing overview of this historically important city. Or you may experience the historic core as the locals do, with a walking tour. If you’re feeling adventurous, take advantage of Uniworld’s bicycles or Nordic walking sticks and explore the banks of the river.

Choice of Strasbourg panoramic tour with cathedral and Old Town visit -or -“Do as the Locals Do” Strasbourg walking tour

You have the entire afternoon to see more of Strasbourg on your own.

Day 4: Mannheim (Speyer)

Expect the unexpected in Speyer, where ancient treasures harmoniously co-exist with modern day innovation. For something really unexpected, venture into a spooky, candlelit tasting room to sample flavorful elixirs made from wine vinegars. Utterly unique and surprisingly delicious, and something you’ll experience with no other river cruise line. The ship docks in Mannheim, where you’ll have to choose between boarding a motorcoach to the nearby town of Speyer for a guided walking tour or taking in an exclusive tasting at a local vinegar estate.

Choice of Speyer walking discovery tour -or- Exclusive Doktorenhof vinegar estate visit and tasting

Day 5: Rüdesheim - Boppard

Your floating hotel arrives in Rüdesheim, one of the most charming ports of call in the Rhine Valley. This city has a long history going back to Roman times and is famous for the Drosselgasse, a narrow, bustling lane of shops and wine bars, as well as its impressive Niederwald Monument, built to celebrate the re-establishment of the German empire in the late 19th century. Experience Germany’s fabled Rhine River in one of two ways—a tasting of estate-grown Rieslings at Castle Vollards or an invigorating vineyard hike.

Choice of Castle Vollrads wine tasting -or- “Let's Go” hike from Rüdesheim to Assmanshausen -or- Boppard village stroll

Cruising out of Rüdesheim you’ll enter the sublimely beautiful Upper Middle Rhine Valley. Byron described it as “a work divine, a blending of all beauties.” Turner painted it. Wagner used it as inspiration for his opera Götterdämmerung. Designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site, this scenic 40-mile (65-kilometer) stretch of the Rhine features a stunning, castle-dotted landscape that many 19th-century composers, painters and poets considered the embodiment of an ideal romantic spirit. Each bend and twist of the river affords new delights: Steep riverbanks are graced with sloping vineyards and picturesque towns, and hilltops are crowned by fairytale castles. Each one of those castles tells a tale: of great families raising fortresses against each other, of warfare and ruin and rebuilding through the centuries. Some castles have been entirely reconstructed; others tower above the water in majestic ruin, still an inspiration for romantics. You won’t want to miss the scenery as you sail into Boppard. Later, join your Cruise Manager for a village stroll highlighting stately riverfront homes and the lingering traces of Boppard’s fascinating Roman past.

Day 6: Cruising the romantic Rhine River - Koblenz

No other river valley on earth boasts more castles than the Rhine, and today you’ll have an opportunity to experience real-life “Game of Thrones” ambiance deep within the medieval walls of Marksburg Castle. Not into dungeons and dragons? Get to know Koblenz, a historic town with a colorful past and eclectic architecture, and enjoy a scenic bike ride. As you come upon Koblenz, you’ll sail past Deutsches Eck (German Corner) with its historic monument to Kaiser Wilhelm I, at the confluence of the Moselle and Rhine rivers. You have wonderful tours from which to choose today.

Choice of Koblenz walking discovery tour -or- Marksburg Castle visit -or- “Let's Go” bike ride from Boppard to Koblenz

Day 7: Cologne

You simply cannot visit Cologne without paying homage to its most notorious site, the Gothic masterpiece that serves as the city’s cathedral. A local expert will show you favorite haunts around the Old Town and share some of the cathedral’s most intriguing and Magi-cal secrets with you. Cologne is the largest and oldest city of the Rhineland and a cultural mecca, with more than 30 museums and hundreds of art galleries. A congenial atmosphere and a mix of ancient, modern and reconstructed buildings characterize the heart of the city.

Featured Excursion: Cologne walking discovery tour with Cologne Cathedral

Day 8: Depart Amsterdam (Disembarkation Day)

Disembark the ship and transfer to Amsterdam Schiphol Airport for your flight home, or extend your stay in bustling Amsterdam. (CB/BB)

Departures & Pricing

Detailed Itinerary: Amsterdam to Basel

Skip to Basel to Amsterdam itinerary

Day 1: Amsterdam (Embarkation Day)

Arrive at Amsterdam Schiphol Airport where you will be transferred to the ship. (D)

Day 2: Cologne

You simply cannot visit Cologne without paying homage to its most notorious site, the Gothic masterpiece that serves as the city’s cathedral. A local expert will show you favorite haunts around the Old Town and share some of the cathedral’s most intriguing and Magi-cal secrets with you.   Cologne is the largest and oldest city of the Rhineland and a cultural mecca, with more than 30 museums and hundreds of art galleries. A congenial atmosphere and a mix of ancient, modern and reconstructed buildings characterize the heart of the city.

Featured Excursion: Cologne walking discovery tour with Cologne Cathedral

A special Captain’s Welcome Reception and Dinner will be prepared for you this evening.

Day 3: Koblenz - Boppard

No other river valley on earth boasts more castles than the Rhine, and today you’ll have an opportunity to experience real-life “Game of Thrones” ambiance deep within the medieval walls of Marksburg Castle. Not into dungeons and dragons? Get to know Koblenz, a historic town with a colorful past and eclectic architecture, and enjoy a walking discovery tour.   Today brings you a plethora of Rhine delights. You begin in Koblenz, a 2,000-year-old town at the northern end of the most scenic section of the Rhine, where you’ll decide between two very different experiences, a walking tour of medieval Koblenz or explore one of the most extraordinary castles on the banks of the river—followed by yet another choice: You see a close up view of the beautiful region via bicycle, or once you arrive in Boppard, you can opt to take a leisurely stroll through the fascinating village.

Choice of Koblenz walking discovery tour or Marksburg Castle -or- “Let's Go” bike ride from Koblenz to Boppard -or- Boppard village stroll

Day 4: Boppard - Cruising the romantic Rhine River - Rüdesheim

Experience Germany’s fabled Rhine River in one of two ways—an exclusive tasting of estate-grown Rieslings at Castle Vollards or an invigorating vineyard hike.   Your floating hotel arrives in Rüdesheim, one of the most charming ports of call in the Rhine Valley. This city has a long history going back to Roman times and is famous for the Drosselgasse, a narrow, bustling lane of shops and wine bars, as well as its impressive Niederwald Monument, built to celebrate the re-establishment of the German empire in the late 19th century. You may opt to visit a renowned vineyard or, for a more active jaunt, take the long way shoreward from Niederwald with a vineyard hike that includes a stop at a unique museum.

Choice of Castle Vollrads wine tasting -or- “Let's Go” hike from Rüdesheim to Assmanshausen

Day 5: Germersheim (Speyer)

Expect the unexpected in Speyer, where ancient treasures harmoniously co-exist with modern day innovation. For something really unexpected, venture into a spooky, candlelit tasting room to sample flavorful elixirs made from wine vinegars. Utterly unique and surprisingly delicious, and something you’ll experience with no other river cruise line.   The ship docks in Germersheim, where you’ll have to choose between boarding a motorcoach to the nearby town of Speyer for a guided walking tour or taking in an exclusive tasting at a local vinegar estate.

Choice of Speyer walking discovery tour -or- Exclusive Doktorenhof vinegar estate visit and tasting

Day 6: Kehl (Strasbourg)

Strasbourg is invariably described as quaint, a rather overused word that in this case is perfectly apropos. Whether you see it via a canal boat or on foot with an insightful local expert, this historic town with its cobbled lanes, half-timbered homes, giant stork nests and impossible-to-resist pastry shops will win your heart. Kehl, directly across the river from Strasbourg, will be your ship’s base while you explore the Alsatian capital, which is known as the “Crossroads of Europe” for its strategic location halfway between Paris and Prague. You may choose to see Strasbourg, which would give you an enlightening and relaxing overview of this historically important city. Or you may experience the historic core as the locals do, with a walking tour. If you’re feeling adventurous, take advantage of Uniworld’s bicycles or Nordic walking sticks and explore the banks of the river.

Choice of Strasbourg panoramic tour with cathedral and Old Town walk -or- “Do as the Locals Do” Strasbourg walking tour

Day 7: Breisach (Kaysersberg and Riquewihr or Colmar)

Look up “charming and “picturesque” in the dictionary and it could very well show images of today’s choice of destinations—two of Alsace’s best-known wine villages or a town some have hailed as the prettiest in the world. Is it really? See for yourself from our uniquely Uniworld perspective. A charming town dominated by a 17th-century hilltop cathedral, Breisach is your gateway to the Alsatian wine road. This is your launching point for one of two excursions along the celebrated route des vins, which hugs the foothills of the Vosges mountain range. You can visit Kaysersberg and Riquewihr, two of the most picturesque villages in the region, or take a tour of the larger town of Colmar, considered one of the most beautiful destinations along the wine road and the capital of Alsatian wines. If you’re interested in doing something a bit more physically challenging, you could stay in Breisach and walk or bike through the surrounding vineyards.

Choice of Alsatian “Village Day” -or- Colmar city tour

A special Captain’s Farewell Reception and Dinner will be prepared for you this evening.

Day 8: Depart Basel (Disembarkation Day)

Disembark the ship and transfer to EuroAirport Basel-Mulhouse-Freiburg for your flight home, or extend your stay in lovely Lucerne. (CB/BB)

Departures & Pricing

Advisements:

  • A valid passport is required for travel. Passports must be valid at least 6 months after the last day of travel.
  • Please check visa requirements with your local consulate(s); responsibility for obtaining visas rests with the traveler.
  • For reasons of navigation and passenger safety, the cruise operator and the Captain of the ship reserves the right to modify the itinerary of the cruise.

2019 and 2020 Departures Dates

Start City
Rates are in $ USD and are PER PASSENGER sharing a twin cabin
From Basel
Cruise Embarkation Date
Ship
Classic
Deluxe
French Balcony
Deluxe Balcony
Suite
Grand Suite
Mar 31, 2019
S.S. Antoinette
$3,399
-
$4,299
$4,799
$7,099
$8,899
Apr 14,2019
S.S. Antoinette
$3,899
-
$4,799
$5,299
$7,599
$9,399
Apr 28, 2019
S.S. Antoinette
$4,199
-
$5,099
$5,599
$7,899
$9,699
May 26, 2019
S.S. Antoinette
$4,399
-
$5,299
$5,799
$8,099
$9,899
May 28, 2019
River Queen
$3,999
$4,599
$4,999
-
$7,399
-
Jun 9, 2018
S.S. Antoinette
$4,199
-
$5,099
$5,599
$7,899
$9,699
Jun 23, 2019
S.S. Antoinette
$3,999
-
$4,899
$5,399
$7,699
$9,499
Jun 28, 2019
River Empress
$3,999
$4,599
$4,999
-
$7,399
-
Jul 7, 2019
S.S. Antoinette
$4,199
-
$5,099
$5,599
$7,899
$9,699
Jul 12, 2019
River Empress
$3,999
$4,599
$4,999
-
$7,399
-
Jul 21, 2019
S.S. Antoinette
$4,199
-
$5,099
$5,599
$7,899
$9,699
Jul 26, 2019
River Empress
$3,999
$4,599
$4,999
-
$7,399
-
Aug 4, 2019
S.S. Antoinette
$4,199
-
$5,099
$5,599
$7,899
$9,699
Aug 9, 2019
River Empress
$3,999
$4,599
$4,999
-
$7,399
-
Aug 18, 2019
S.S. Antoinette
$4,199
-
$5,099
$5,599
$7,899
$9,699
Aug 23, 2019
River Empress
$3,999
$4,599
$4,999
-
$7,399
-
Sep 1, 2019
S.S. Antoinette
$4,199
-
$5,099
$5,599
$7,899
$9,699
Sep 15, 2019
S.S. Antoinette
$4,399
-
$5,299
$5,799
$8,099
$9,899
Sep 29, 2019
S.S.Antoinette
$4,599
-
$5,499
$5,999
$8,299
$10,099
Oct 13, 2019
S.S.Antoinette
$4,599
-
$5,499
$5,999
$8,299
$10,099
Oct 27, 2019
S.S.Antoinette
$3,899
-
$4,799
$5,299
$7,599
$9,399
Mar 29, 2020
S.S. Antoinette
$2,999
-
$3,899
$4,399
$6,699
$8,499
Apr 12, 2020
S.S. Antoinette
$3,499
-
$4,399
$4,899
$7,199
$8,999
Apr 26, 2020
S.S. Antoinette
$3,799
-
$4,699
$5,199
$7,499
$9,299
May 10, 2020
S.S. Antoinette
$3,799
-
$4,699
$5,199
$7,499
$9,299
May 18, 2020
River Queen
$3,499
$4,099
$4,499
-
$6,899
-
May 24, 2020
S.S. Antoinette
$3,799
-
$4,699
$5,199
$7,499
$9,299
Jun 7, 2020
S.S. Antoinette
$3,799
-
$4,699
$5,199
$7,499
$9,299
Jun 21, 2020
S.S. Antoinette
$3,799
-
$4,699
$5,199
$7,499
$9,299
Jun 26, 2020
River Empress
$3,699
$4,299
$4,699
-
$7,099
-
Jul 5, 2020
S.S. Antoinette
$3,799
-
$4,699
$5,199
$7,499
$9,299
Jul 10, 2020
River Empress
$3,699
$4,299
$4,699
-
$7,099
-
Jul 19, 2020
S.S. Antoinette
$3,799
-
$4,699
$5,199
$7,499
$9,299
Jul 24, 2020
River Empress
$3,499
$4,099
$4,499
-
$6,899
-
Aug 2, 2020
S.S. Antoinette
$3,799
-
$4,699
$5,199
$7,499
$9,299
Aug 7, 2020
River Empress
$3,499
$4,099
$4,499
-
$6,899
-
Aug 16, 2020
S.S. Antoinette
$3,799
-
$4,699
$5,199
$7,499
$9,299
Aug 21, 2020
River Empress
$3,499
$4,099
$4,499
-
$6,899
-
Aug 30, 2020
S.S. Antoinette
$3,799
-
$4,699
$5,199
$7,499
$9,299
Sep 13, 2020
S.S. Antoinette
$4,199
-
$5,099
$5,599
$7,899
$9,699
Sep 27, 2020
S.S. Antoinette
$4,199
-
$5,099
$5,599
$7,899
$9,699
Oct 11, 2020
S.S. Antoinette
$3,799
-
$4,699
$5,199
$7,499
$9,299
Oct 25, 2020
S.S. Antoinette
$2,999
-
$3,899
$4,399
$6,699
$8,499
From Amsterdam
Cruise Embarkation Date
Ship
Classic
Deluxe
French Balcony
Deluxe Balcony
Suite
Grand Suite
Mar 24, 2019
S.S. Antoinette
$3,399
-
$4,299
$4,799
$7,099
$8,899
Apr 21, 2019
S.S. Antoinette
$3,899
-
$4,799
$5,299
$7,599
$9,399
May 5, 2019
S.S.Antoinette
$3999
-
$4,899
$5,399
$7,699
$9,499
May 19, 2019
S.S. Antoinette
$3,799
-
$4,699
$5,199
$7,499
$9,299
May 21, 2019
River Queen
$3,999
$4,599
$4,999
-
$7,399
-
Jun 2, 2019
S.S. Antoinette
$4,399
-
$5,299
$5,799
$8,099
$9,899
Jun 16, 2019
S.S. Antoinette
$4,199
-
$5,099
$5,599
$7,899
$9,699
Jun 21, 2019
River Empress
$3,999
-
$4,599
$4,999
$7,399
-
Jun 30, 2019
S.S. Antoinette
$4,199
-
$5,099
$5,599
$7,899
$9,699
Jul 5, 2019
River Empress
$3,999
-
$4,599
$4,999
$7,399
-
Jul 14, 2019
S.S. Antoinette
$4,199
-
$5,099
$5,599
$7,899
$9,699
Jul 19, 2019
River Empress
$3,999
-
$4,599
$4,999
$7,399
-
Jul 28, 2019
S.S. Antoinette
$4,199
-
$5,099
$5,599
$7,899
$9,699
Aug 2, 2019
River Empress
$3,999
-
$4,599
$4,999
$7,399
-
Aug 11, 2019
S.S. Antoinette
$4,199
-
$5,099
$5,599
$7,899
$9,699
Aug 16, 2019
River Empress
$3,999
-
$4,599
$4,999
$7,399
-
Aug 25, 2019
S.S. Antoinette
$4,199
-
$5,099
$5,599
$7,899
$9,699
Aug 30, 2019
River Empress
$3,999
-
$4,599
$4,999
$7,399
-
Sep 8, 2019
S.S. Antoinette
$4,599
-
$5,499
$5,999
$8,299
$10,099
Sep 22, 2019
S.S. Antoinette
$4,599
-
$5,499
$5,999
$8,299
$10,099
Oct 6, 2019
S.S. Antoinette
$4,599
-
$5,499
$5,999
$8,299
$10,099
Oct 20, 2019
S.S. Antoinette
$3,899
-
$4,799
$5,299
$7,599
$9,399
Nov 3, 2019
S.S.Antoinette
$3,899
-
$4,799
$5,299
$7,599
$9,399
Mar 22, 2020
S.S. Antoinette
$2,999
-
$3,899
$4,399
$6,699
$8,499
Apr 5, 2020
S.S. Antoinette
$2,999
-
$3,899
$4,399
$6,699
$8,499
Apr 19, 2020
S.S.Antoinette
$3,499
-
$4,399
$4,899
$7,199
$8,999
May 3, 2020
S.S. Antoinette
$3,799
-
$4,699
$5,199
$7,499
$9,299
May 11, 2020
River Queen
$3,499
$4,099
$4,499
-
$6,899
-
May 17, 2020
S.S. Antoinette
$3,799
-
$4,699
$5,199
$7,499
$9,299
May 31, 2020
S.S. Antoinette
$3,799
-
$4,699
$5,199
$7,499
$9,299
Jun 14, 2020
S.S. Antoinette
$3,799
-
$4,699
$5,199
$7,499
$9,299
Jun 19, 2020
River Empress
$3,499
$4,099
$4,499
-
$6,899
-
Jun 28, 2020
S.S. Antoinette
$3,799
-
$4,699
$5,199
$7,499
$9,299
Jul 3, 2020
River Empress
$3,699
$4,299
$4,699
-
$7,099
-
Jul 12, 2020
S.S.Antoinette
$3,799
-
$4,699
$5,199
$7,499
$9,299
Jul 17, 2020
River Empress
$3,499
$4,099
$4,499
-
$6,899
-
Jul 26, 2020
S.S. Antoinette
$3,799
-
$4,699
$5,199
$7,499
$9,299
Jul 31, 2020
River Empress
$3,499
$4,099
$4,499
-
$6,899
-
Aug 9, 2020
S.S. Antoinette
$3,799
-
$4,699
$5,199
$7,499
$9,299
Aug 14, 2020
River Empress
$3,499
$4,099
$4,499
-
$6,899
-
Aug 23, 2020
S.S. Antoinette
$3,799
-
$4,699
$5,199
$7,499
$9,299
Aug 28, 2020
River Empress
$3,499
$4,099
$4,499
-
$6,899
-
Sep 6, 2020
S.S.Antoinette
$4,199
-
$5,099
$5,599
$7,899
$9,699
Sep 20, 2020
S.S. Antoinette
$4,199
-
$5,099
$5,599
$7,899
$9,699
Oct 4, 2020
S.S. Antoinette
$4,199
-
$5,099
$5,599
$7,899
$9,699
Oct 18, 2020
S.S. Antoinette
$3,799
-
$4,699
$5,199
$7,499
$9,299
Nov 1, 2020
S.S. Antoinette
$2,999
-
$3,899
$4,399
$6,699
$8,499
IMPORTANT: Dates, Prices & Itineraries are subject to change.
For Single Traveler: Single Supplement applies. Please Inquire.
Port Charges are additional $170 per passenger (2019 departures); Additional $190 per person (2020 departures)

Prices Include:

▪ 7-night Cruise in selected riverview stateroom 
▪ All meals onboard, prepared using the finest and freshest ingredients
▪ Captain’s Welcome Gala and Farewell Dinner
▪ Unlimited beverages onboard, including fine wine, beer, spirits, soft drinks, specialty coffee and tea, and mineral water
▪ Shore excursions, including "Choice is Yours" options, fully hosted by English- speaking local guides
▪ Guided “Do as the Locals Do,” “Village Day,” and “Gentle Walking” programs
▪ 3 UNESCO World Heritage sites
▪ Services of an experienced Cruise Manager and attentive, all English-speaking staff
▪ State-of-the-art Quietvox portable audio headset system on all shore excursions
▪ Use of bicycles and Nordic walking sticks
▪ Captivating onboard local entertainment
▪ Cultural Enrichment, including Signature Lecture" The Rhine River: Shaping European History from the Romans to the European Union"
▪ Concierge services
▪ All gratuities for all onboard and onshore services
▪ Free Internet and Wi-Fi access onboard
▪ All transfers on Embarkation and Disembarkation Days. Transfers are subject to transfer guidelines. Please ask for details.
▪ Taxes

Prices Do Not Include:

▪ Individual arrival and departure (airfare)
▪ Travel Insurance
▪ Port charges
▪ Personal expenses

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