Rheinflussfahrten entlang beeindruckender Landschaftskulissen und sehenswerter StädteAuf einer Rheinkreuzfahrt erleben Sie eine historische Zeitreise auf dem Rhein, die die Geschichte unseres Landes und seiner Nachbarn erzählt. Eine Flussreise auf dem Rhein führt Sie durch ausgedehnte Wälder und Heidemoore, vorbei an Wind- und Wassermühlen, Burgen und Schlössern, die die Ufer des Rheins säumen.
Genießen Sie auf Ihrer Schiffsreise auf dem mächtigen Strom eine beeindruckende Landschaftskulisse und entdecken Sie auf ereignisreichen Landgängen traditionsreiche Städte wie die Weltstadt Basel, die Kulturmetropole Straßburg und Worms, eine der ältesten Städte Deutschlands. Starten Sie beispielsweise eine Kreuzfahrt in Köln: Eine mögliche Route führt Sie vorbei an Amsterdam und Rotterdam in den Niederlanden, weiter nach Belgien und von dort aus über Koblenz wieder zurück nach Köln.
Unsere Rheinkreuzfahrten bieten Abwechslung und Entspannung pur: Beeindruckende Sehenswürdigkeiten und regionale Küche und Weine erwarten Sie an Land, elegantes Verwöhnprogramm und traumhaftes Landschaftspanorama an Bord Ihres Kreuzfahrtschiffes runden Ihre Traumreise auf dem Rhein ab.
Zu den Schiffen, die Kreuzfahrten auf dem Rhein anbieten, gehören beispielsweise Schiffe der Reedereien A-ROSA, Phoenix und Nicko Cruises.
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Ahsen with its approximately 2,000 inhabitants, is since 1975 a district of the city of Datteln, in the northern Ruhr area. Datteln lies today at four different channels and can thus boast of being the largest canal hub of the world.
Alken is a romantic wine- and holiday village with approx. 683 residents. The village is located in the administrative district of Mayen Koblenz, directly by the Moselle and features a landing pier for passenger ships.
Amelsbüren with its 5000 inhabitants is the southernmost and at the same time largest district of the Westphalian city of Münster. First documented in 1137, the city was afflicted over the centuries several times with wars, battles and fires. Its current shape Amelsbüren got in the course of a complete reconstruction in the year 1825.
The city of Amsterdam is located in the province of North Holland, at the mouth of the Amstel and the IJ into the IJsselmeer and is connected through the North Sea Canal to the North Sea. Amsterdam with 692,000 inhabitants is the capital of the Netherlands, but not the seat of government or the royal family, that is in the Hague. Amsterdam is built around a network of canals and has about 40 museums.
The city of Andernach is located in the Neuwied Basin on the left bank of the Rhine between Brohl in the north and the Nette estuary in the southeast. In the north of Andernach the Rhine valley narrows again and forms the northern part of the romantic Middle Rhine. The narrow passage between the Andernacher Krahnberg and the opposite Engwetter in Leutesdorf is called Andernacher Gate. In the northwest starts the Eifel, in the southwest the Pellenz. Andernach is a large county town with about 30,000 residents. In 1988 it celebrated its 2000th anniversary. Of tourist interest are today mainly the medieval fortifications and the proximity to the Laacher Lake with the Maria Laach Monastery. Through the city flows the Antel, the Kennelbach, the Schafbach and Deubach but mostly channeled and subterranean. On the left bank of the Rhine lies the harbor basin. It is 650 m long and 90 m wide.
Arnhem (Dutch: Arnhem) lies on the Lower Rhine in the Netherlands and has about 150,000 residents. The town was founded in the Middle Ages, but it was only in the 15th century that it experienced a boom. At this time the defenses of the city were built and the course of the Rhine has been changed so that the city became located at one of the branches of the Rhine. Later Arnhem became a rich place, a fact that was reflected in the many parks of the city.
Assmannshausen with its approximately 1,000 inhabitants located on the right bank of the Rhine, is a district of Ruedesheim and the most famous red wine town in Germany. The Frankish foundation was first mentioned,it is believed, in 1108. Assmannshausen is now a world heritage of the Upper Middle Rhine Valley, a cultural landscape incorporated in 2002 in the UNESCO world heritage.
Through the convenient location on the Rhine Bacharach experienced an economic boom in the early 13th century and at the time was the most important trading, storage and transit place for wine and wood.
The spa town of Bad Breisig with is approximately 8,900 inhabitants is located in the District of Ahrweiler, Rhineland-Palatinate, on the middle Rhine. The name as well as the settlement of the place are of Celtic origin, its history over the centuries until WWII is extremely turbulent. Bad Breisig owes its splendid location on the Rhine and its proximity to some of the Rhenish cities to its popularity with holidaymakers and day trippers.
Bad Godesberg with its 73,000 inhabitants is a district in Bonn, located on the southern tip of the Bay of Cologne, the densely populated plain between Bonn, Aachen and Dusseldorf. Established was the place in 722 as a place of worship of the West Germanic people of Ubier, under the name, Woudensberg '("Wotan's Mountain"). Bad Godesberg gained more importance in 1210 by the building of the Godesburg Castle.
- Ahsen, Alken, Amelsbüren, Amsterdam, Andernach, Arnheim, Arzviller, Assmannshausen, Bacharach, Bad Breisig, Bad Godesberg, Bad Hönningen, Baden-Baden, Basel, Berlin, Bingen, Bonn, Boppard, Braubach, Breisach, Cochem, Colmar, Datteln, Dortmund, Duisburg, Duisburg-Ruhrort, Düsseldorf, Eltville, Emmerich, Essen, Frankfurt am Main, Gambsheim, Gelsenkirchen, Germersheim, Gernsheim, Greffern, Gronau, Güls, Heidelberg, Herne, Ibbenbüren, Iffezheim, Ingelheim, Karlsruhe, Kaub, Kehl (Straßburg), Kembs, Koblenz, Köln, Königswinter, Krefeld, Lagarde, Lahnstein, Lanaye, Linz am Rhein, Lutzelbourg, Mainz, Mannheim, Marckolsheim, Meppen, Monheim, Mook, Münster, Neuwied, Neuwied (Engers), Niederlahnstein, Nierstein, Nimwegen (Nijmegen), Oberhausen, Oberwesel, Oestrich-Winkel, Ottmarsheim, Paris, Plittersdorf, Rastatt, Rees, Remagen, Rheinau, Rheine, Roermond, Rüdesheim, Saarburg, Saverne, Schierstein, Speyer, St. Goar, St. Goarshausen, Stein, Steinfurth, Straßburg, Tolkamer, Treis-Karden, Waltenheim, Wesel, Wesseling, Wiesbaden, Wiesbaden-Biebrich, Winningen, Worms, Xanten...
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