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Four River Odyssey

A cruise through the enchanting valleys of the Saar, Moselle, Rhine & Neckar Rivers aboard the MS Casanova

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  • Bridge over the Neckar River in Heidelberg

Early Autumn is the perfect time of year to visit this captivating part of Europe, the main tourist season is over, crowds have dissipated and a gentle pace of life resumes. Our journey promises to be a scenic treat as we cruise along four of Europe’s rivers. We will start in Saarbrucken on the River Saar and sail through her unspoilt landscapes, past fascinating small towns towards Bernkastel. From here we continue along the beautiful Moselle River travelling through this historic region first cultivated by the Romans. The river’s intricate and picturesque path meanders between steeply terraced vineyards and hills with riverbanks home to attractive towns and villages. At Koblenz we reach the Rhine and turn towards Rudesheim – here the River Rhine shows her unique beauty; high on the hills are legendary castles and sunlit vineyards with charming villages scattered along both of its banks. Last, but not least we journey along the River Neckar, one of Germany’s most idyllic, cruising past tiny villages and majestic castles such as Neckargemund, Neckarsteinach and Hirschhorn. We continue on to the enchanting Bad Wimpfen and the impressive Ludwigsburg where we end our cruise. 

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  • Itinerary Highlights

    • Cruise along four rivers in eight days
    • Explore the Medieval town of Bernkastel
    • Cruising the scenic Romantic Rhine & Rhine Gorge
    • Discover the chocolate-box town of Bad Wimpfen
    • Visit the ornate Ludwigsburg Palace – the ‘Swabian Versailles’
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Casanova

Casanova

The delightful MS Casanova was built in 2001 and refurbished in 2014, this classic vessel is perfect for our scenic and relaxing voyage along the Saar, Moselle, Rhine and Neckar rivers. The vessel accommodates a maximum of 96 passengers, providing a warm and intimate atmosphere on board. With plenty of light and a large Sun Deck, there is ample opportunity to watch the world gently pass by as you relax on board your comfortable floating hotel.

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Itinerary

Day 1 - London to Luxembourg.

Fly by scheduled flight from London and on arrival transfer to the MS Casanova in Saarbrucken for embarkation. We set sail this afternoon along the Saar River heading towards Bernkastel. This evening meet your fellow travellers and enjoy Welcome Drinks and Dinner.

Day 2 - Bernkastel to Cochem.

Here in the heart of the Moselle Valley we will explore beautiful Bernkastel on a morning walking tour. See the Medieval market square and lovingly decorated half-timbered houses and end the tour with a wine tasting of some of this region’s glorious wines. Return to the vessel for lunch and a relaxing afternoon of cruising along the Moselle River as we make our way towards Cochem. Arrive this evening and moor overnight.

Day 3 - Cochem to Koblenz.

The town of Cochem is famous for its 11th century Schloss and the Reichsburg set impressively on a tree clad hill above a bend of the river. On a guided tour, walk along its winding Medieval streets and see the Baroque Town Hall. Return to the vessel for lunch and spend an afternoon cruising, taking in the scenery of pretty villages and rustic vineyards as we sail to Koblenz. We arrive into Koblenz this afternoon and, after dinner take some time to explore the narrow streets in the historic Old Town.

Day 4 - Scenic cruising to Rudesheim.

Our morning of cruising takes us along the romantic Rhine. Enjoy the magnificent Rhine Gorge, the striking hilltop castles and the legendary Lorelei rock. Arrive into Rudesheim after lunch and join a walking tour of this lively town including a visit to the entertaining Siegfried’s Mechanical Music Museum. The ship will remain here until midnight to allow time ashore for independent sightseeing, perhaps visit the famous Drosselgasse with its numerous cafes, bars and live music.

Day 5 - Heidelberg to Eberbach.

This morning we arrive in the port of Mannheim, from where we depart for our tour to Heidelberg. This most picturesque and romantic of cities is home to Germany’s oldest university dating back to 1386. A morning tour will include the dramatically sited castle, the old town with its famous market place and the city gates. Rejoin the vessel which has since sailed to Heidelberg and enjoy lunch on board. This afternoon we sail along the Neckar River, passing idyllic villages and majestic castles such as Neckargemund, Neckarsteinach and Hirschhorn. Arrive into Eberbach in the early evening.

Day 6 - Bad Wimpfen.

Enjoy a relaxing morning on board as we sail towards Bad Wimpfen, arriving in the early afternoon. Perched high above the River Neckar, the striking silhouette of Bad Wimpfen is home to the largest remaining Emperors’ Palace north of the Alps. After lunch on board we will visit this magical spa town on a guided tour to discover the sights of the Medieval old town, visit the romantic Palace Arcades and Chapel, towers, half-timbered houses, churches and the cloister of the Bad Wimpfen Monastery.

Day 7 - Ludwigsburg.

After a morning of cruising we arrive into Ludwigsburg at midday. This afternoon we depart to see Ludwigsburg Palace, built in 1707 and considered to be one of Europe’s most impressive Baroque buildings, renowned for its fine artwork. Once the residence of the kings of Wurttemberg, the palace contains 452 rooms spread over 28 buildings and is referred to as the “Swabian Versailles”. On our guided tour we will learn about the history and fascinating lifestyle of the royals and servants who lived here. Afterwards enjoy some free time in the beautiful gardens that surround the palace. Return to vessel and moor overnight.

Day 8 - Stuttgart to London.

Disembark after breakfast and transfer to Stuttgart airport for your return scheduled flight to the UK.

Stuttgart to Saarbrucken

Day 1 - London to Stuttgart.

Fly by scheduled flight from London and on arrival transfer to Ludwigsburg to embark the MS Casanova. This evening meet your fellow travellers and enjoy the Welcome Drinks and Dinner. Moor overnight.

Day 2 - Ludwigsburg.

This morning we depart to see Ludwigsburg Palace, built in 1707 and considered to be one of Europe’s most impressive Baroque buildings, renowned for its fine artwork. Once the residence of the kings of Wurttemberg, the palace contains 452 rooms spread over 28 buildings and is referred to as the "Swabian Versailles". On our guided tour we will learn about the history and fascinating lifestyle of the royals and servants who lived here. Afterwards enjoy some free time in the beautiful and gardens that surround the palace. Return to the MS Casanova and sail on towards Lauffen for an overnight mooring.

Day 3 - Bad Wimpfen to Eberbach.

Arrive this morning in Bad Wimpfen and after breakfast disembark for a visit to this magical spa town. Perched high above the River Neckar, the striking silhouette of Bad Wimpfen is home to the largest remaining Emperors' Palace north of the Alps. On our guided tour we will discover the sights of the Medieval old town, visit the romantic Palace Arcades and Chapel, towers, half-timbered houses, churches and the cloister of the Bad Wimpfen Monastery. Return to the ship and sail towards Eberbach for an overnight mooring.

Day 4 - Heidelberg.

This morning we continue our cruise to Heidelberg arriving at lunchtime. This most picturesque and romantic of cities is home to Germany’s oldest university dating back to 1386. An afternoon tour will include the dramatically sited castle, the old town with its famous market place and the city gates. Rejoin the MS Casanova which has since sailed to Heidelberg. In the early evening we sail on towards Rudesheim.

Day 5 - Rudesheim & Koblenz.

Arrive early this morning into Rudesheim. After breakfast join a walking tour of this lively town, including a visit to the entertaining Siegfried’s Mechanical Music Museum. Return to the ship and sail mid-morning along the romantic Rhine. Enjoy the magnificent Rhine Gorge, the striking hill top castles and the legendary Lorelei rock. Arrive into Koblenz this afternoon and enjoy some free time to explore the narrow streets of this historic city.

Day 6 - Cochem.

Enjoy a morning cruising and arrive into Cochem in the early afternoon. The town of Cochem is famous for its 11th century Schloss and the Reichsburg set impressively on a tree clad hill above a bend of the river. On a guided tour, walk along its winding Medieval streets and see the Baroque Town Hall. Return to the ship and sail this evening.

Day 7 - Bernkastel.

Arrive in the heart of the Moselle Valley where we will explore beautiful Bernkastel on a morning walking tour; see the Medieval market square and lovingly decorated half-timbered houses. Our tour ends with a wine tasting of some of this region’s glorious wines. Return to the MS Casanova and sail. Enjoy lunch on board and a relaxing afternoon of cruising towards Saarbrucken.

Day 8 - Luxembourg to London.

Disembark after an early breakfast and transfer to the airport for your return scheduled flight to the UK.

Dates and Prices

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Prices per person based on double occupancy
30 September 2017 to 7 October 2017
Category Brochure Price Special Offer Price
C Main Deck Twin/Double £1995 £1695
B Main Deck Deluxe Twin/Double £2195 £1895
A Upper Deck Twin/Double £2295 £1995
C Main Deck Twin / Double for sole use £2295 £1995
A Upper Deck cabin for sole use £2595 £2295

Stuttgart to Saarbrucken

Prices per person based on double occupancy
7 to 14 October 2017
Category Brochure Price Special Offer Price
C Main Deck Twin/Double £1995 £1695
B Main Deck Deluxe Twin/Double £2195 £1895
A Upper Deck Twin/Double £2295 £1995
C Main Deck Twin / Double for sole use £2295 £1995
A Upper Deck cabin for sole use £2595 £2295

Tour Reference Code: RCCA300917/RCCA071017

Price Includes: Economy class scheduled air travel, seven nights aboard the MS Casanova on full board basis, house wine and beer, soft drinks with lunch and dinner, shore excursions, gratuities, Cruise Director, Tour Manager, Guest Speaker, transfers, port taxes, airport taxes.

Not Included: Travel insurance.

NB. Ports and schedules subject to change due to water levels.

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Casanova

The delightful MS Casanova was built in 2001 and refurbished in 2014, this classic vessel is perfect for our scenic and relaxing voyage along the Saar, Moselle, Rhine and Neckar rivers. The vessel accommodates a maximum of 96 passengers, providing a warm and intimate atmosphere on board. With plenty of light and a large Sun Deck, there is ample opportunity to watch the world gently pass by as you relax on board your comfortable floating hotel.

 
  • MS Casanova - Panorama Reastaurant
  • MS Casanova - Panorama Lounge
  • MS Casanova - Sun Deck
  • MS Casanova - Double Bedded Cabin Main Deck
  • MS Casanova - 2 Bedded Cabin Upper Deck
  • Life Onboard

    The vessel is comfortable with a convivial and informal atmosphere on board. The friendly crew will do their utmost to ensure your stay is enjoyable, informative and agreeable throughout. A daily briefing by the Cruise Director will give you information on the next day’s activities and expert, English-speaking local guides provide insider knowledge into the local culture, architecture, history & traditions. 

  • Your Cabin

    All of the cabins are outside facing and are furnished elegantly and comfortably. The cabins on the Upper Deck are all equipped with large floor-to-ceiling panoramic windows that can be opened (French balcony). All Main Deck cabins feature a window but this cannot be opened. The standard twin cabins measure approximately 12m2 and the deluxe cabins approximately 16m2. All cabins are en-suite with shower/WC, hairdryer, music channel, satellite TV, safe and telephone. The standard cabins are either furnished with a double bed with two mattresses or with a sofa bed and separate bed. The deluxe cabins are furnished with a double bed with two mattresses.

  • Your Dining

    Meals are taken in the single sitting restaurant on the vessel’s Main Deck. The restaurant seats all passengers in an open seat arrangement and tables are arranged to seat groups of four and six. Breakfast is served buffet-style and features hot and cold dishes whereas lunch and dinner are served at your table.

     The cuisine is a selection of regional specialties and international dishes and house wine and beer and soft drinks are included with lunch and dinner. There is also a 24 hour tea and coffee station and a complimentary bottle of water in all cabins which is replenished daily. Small water bottles are provided for you to take on shore excursions. 

  • Your Space

    Spread over three decks, the onboard facilities include the delightful Panorama Restaurant which accommodates all guests in one sitting. The Panorama Lounge and Bar is a pleasant space for relaxation and the large panoramic windows create a bright and airy ambience. On the large, spacious Sun Deck there is comfortable deck furniture where you can relax in the shade or enjoy the pleasant weather. The onboard shop sells various practical and souvenir items. 

  • Ship Directory
    The booklet below contains some further details pertaining to the vessel.
    Please click on the booklet to view. 

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Itinerary Highlights

  • Cruise along four rivers in eight days
  • Explore the Medieval town of Bernkastel
  • Cruising the scenic Romantic Rhine & Rhine Gorge
  • Discover the chocolate-box town of Bad Wimpfen
  • Visit the ornate Ludwigsburg Palace – the ‘Swabian Versailles’

Tour Extensions

    • 14th to 17th October 2017

      We are offering an opportunity to spend three nights after your cruise in Germany’s oldest town, Trier, which is located in the lovely Moselle valley and has for centuries been an important place of trade and commerce. Founded in the 4th century and named, “Augusta Treverorum”, the city was reigned over by Constantine the Great, the pioneer of Christianity in the Holy Roman Empire. A UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1986, the city is home to a fine ensemble of Roman monuments, among them the mighty Porta Nigra, a fortified gate in the Roman town walls, dating from the 2nd century. The city also boasts a Roman amphitheatre, elaborate thermal baths, Imperial throne room and the country’s oldest bishop’s church. Architectural treasures from later ages include Germany’s oldest Gothic church and Karl Marx’s baroque birthplace. Trier’s mostly pedestrianised city centre offers plenty of cafes and restaurants, many inside gorgeous Gothic or Baroque buildings and the base for our visit is the Park Plaza Hotel, a comfortable, four-star hotel located in the heart of the city. Our extension offers the opportunity to immerse yourself in this truly exceptional region in the pretty surroundings of Germany’s Moselle.

      Moselle Valley Moselle Valley

      Day 1 Saarbrucken to Trier. Disembark this morning in Saarbrucken and join a morning tour of this pretty riverside town. Continue on to Trier and check in to your hotel.

      Day 2 Trier. After breakfast at your hotel, depart for a half day tour of the highlights of Trier, including the massive Porta Nigra (Black Gate), the High Cathedral of Saint Peter, with its rich Treasury, and the skull of Emperor Constantine’s mother, St Helena. Also see the Aula Palatina, a Roman basilica built in the time of Emperor Constantine, who resided in Trier from 306 to 312 AD, and the Church of Our Lady dating from 1270.  The tour will end at the city’s beautiful old Market Square with its lovely half-timbered buildings, cafés and restaurants.  Lunch will be under your own arrangements and the remainder of the day is free to explore and sightsee or shop at leisure. Perhaps visit the birthplace of Karl Marx, now a fascinating museum and garden. 

      Day 3 Nennig & Remich. After breakfast depart for nearby Nennig. On arrival we will visit the Roman Villa to see its famous example of Roman mosaic art. This gladiatorial pavement floor is one of the most important Roman artefacts north of the Alps. Protected by a dedicated building built about 150 years ago, and covering an area of roughly 160 square metres, the mosaic vividly portrays musicians, scenes of hunting and gladiatorial contests. Continue on to medieval Remich, known as the “Pearl of the Moselle” with its outstanding panorama of forests and vineyards, shady riverside promenade and cosy terraces. On arrival enjoy a wine tasting, followed by lunch in a local restaurant. Afterwards there will be some free time to explore at leisure before we return to your hotel in Trier.

      Day 4 Luxembourg to London. After an early breakfast at your hotel we will depart for Luxembourg airport for your morning scheduled flight back to London.

    • Prices per person based on double occupancy
      CategoryPrice
      Twin £505
      Single £685

      Price Includes: Three nights accommodation at the Park Plaza Hotel in Trier on bed and breakfast basis, tours as described, lunch on days 1, 2 & 3, gratuities, transfers.

      Not Included: Meals other than those stated, travel insurance.

    • 27th to 30th September 2017

      We are offering an opportunity to spend three nights before your cruise in Germany’s oldest town, Trier, which is located in the lovely Moselle valley and has for centuries been an important place of trade and commerce. Founded in the 4th century and named, “Augusta Treverorum”, the city was reigned over by Constantine the Great, the pioneer of Christianity in the Holy Roman Empire. A UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1986, the city is home to a fine ensemble of Roman monuments, among them the mighty Porta Nigra, a fortified gate in the Roman town walls, dating from the 2nd century. The city also boasts a Roman amphitheatre, elaborate thermal baths, Imperial throne room and the country’s oldest bishop’s church. Architectural treasures from later ages include Germany’s oldest Gothic church and Karl Marx’s baroque birthplace. Trier’s mostly pedestrianised city centre offers plenty of cafes and restaurants, many inside gorgeous Gothic or Baroque buildings and the base for our visit is the Park Plaza Hotel, a comfortable, four-star hotel located in the heart of the city. Our extension offers the opportunity to immerse yourself in this truly exceptional region in the pretty surroundings of Germany’s Moselle.

      Trier Trier

      Day 1 London to Luxembourg. Depart London early this morning. On arrival transfer to Luxembourg city for an early lunch and an orientation tour before continuing onto Trier to check in to your hotel.

      Day 2 Trier. After breakfast at your hotel, depart for a half day tour of the highlights of Trier including the massive Porta Nigra (Black Gate), the High Cathedral of Saint Peter, with its rich Treasury, and the skull of Emperor Constantine’s mother, St Helena. Also see the Aula Palatina, a Roman basilica built in the time of Emperor Constantine, who resided in Trier from 306 to 312 A.D. and the Church of Our Lady, dating from 1270. The tour will end at the city’s beautiful Old Market Square with its lovely half-timbered buildings, cafes and restaurants. The remainder of the day is free to explore and sightsee or shop at leisure. Perhaps visit the birthplace of Karl Marx, now a fascinating museum and garden.

      Day 3 Nennig & Remich. After breakfast, depart for nearby Nennig where we will visit the Roman Villa to see its famous example of Roman mosaic art. This gladiatorial pavement floor is one of the most important Roman artefacts north of the Alps. Protected by a dedicated building built about 150 years ago, and covering an area of roughly 160 square metres, the mosaic vividly portrays musicians, scenes of hunting and gladiatorial contests. Continue on to Medieval Remich, known as the “Pearl of the Moselle” with its outstanding panorama of forests and vineyards, shady riverside promenade and cosy terraces. On arrival enjoy a wine tasting followed by lunch in a local restaurant. Afterwards there will be time to explore at leisure before we return to our hotel in Trier.

      Day 4 Trier & Saarbrucken. After breakfast at the hotel we will depart for Saarbrucken where we enjoy a tour on arrival followed by lunch in a local restaurant. Continue to the MS Casanova for embarkation and sail in the mid-afternoon.

    • Prices per person based on double occupancy
      CategoryPrice
      Twin £505
      Single £685

      Price Includes: Three nights accommodation at the Park Plaza Hotel in Trier on bed and breakfast basis, tours as described, lunch on days 1, 3 & 4, gratuities, transfers.

      Not Included: Meals other than those stated, travel insurance.

River Guides

  • To see our current selection of tours for the river Moselle click here.
     
    • Cochem on the Moselle
      Moselle

    The Moselle is a west-bank tributary of the Rhine and rises in the forests of the Vosges at Ballon d’Alsace. It flows for just 339 miles (545km) crossing through the Lorraine region of France and into Germany, briefly bordering Luxembourg. It joins the Rhine at Koblenz. Between Metz and Thionville there is some industry, mostly coal and steel. However, overwhelmingly the region of the Moselle is famed for its natural beauty. The banks are deep green, often forested or farmland meadows, and the river meanders through some of the most romantic countryside imaginable. There are pretty towns aplenty, too, with half-timbered houses and medieval churches, such as Bernkastel-Kues, Beilstein, Toul, Trier, Thionville and Metz itself. If anything they are outnumbered by castles perched high above the river. Some are in ruins, such as Kobern-Gondorf, others are much restored – Schloss Berg, for instance, at Nennig is a Renaissance castle that now houses a hotel and a casino! All are the last word, though, in picture-book picturesque.

    The Moselle is famous, too, for its wines. Both France and Luxembourg produce Moselle wines but the most renowned are the German Mosel wines, the best known of which is Reisling. The lesser known Elbling variety usually becomes Sekt, or sparkling wine. Wine has been made here since the days of the Celts and the Romans – these are the oldest vineyards in Germany. The wine festivals in September are a delight – the streets are decorated with garlands and ribbons, there are colourful processions and Bacchus is likely to put in an appearance. For a quite different take on Moselle, the traditional Christmas market season (early November to Christmas) offers seasonal gifts, bratwurst sausages, potato pancakes as well as that delicious wine.

  • To see our current selection of tours for the river Neckar click here.
     
    • Neckar

    The Neckar stretches out for 228 miles, is a major right tributary of the Rhine and the 10th longest river in Germany. Its source is in the Schweninger Moos at Villingen-Schwenningen in the Black Forest and it flows through south western Germany before joining with the Rhine at Mannheim. A cruise along this river passes major cities, quaint towns, ancient fortresses, vine-clad hills, feudal castles and lush landscapes, all of which retain their charm all year round. The name Neckar means wild water.

  • To see our current selection of tours for the river Rhine click here.
     
    • Castle Katz in the Rhine Valley
      Rhine

    Together with the Danube, the Rhine was the northernmost frontier of the Roman Empire and was then an important commercial waterway. It has remained so throughout history and is now the busiest river in Europe. It is also one of the longest rivers in the world – 766 miles (1232km). It has a dual source in Switzerland – Vorderrhein (or Anterior Rhine) from Lake Toma and Hinterrhein (or Posterior Rhine) from the Paradies Glacier near the Rheinwaldhorn. From Switzerland, it flows through Liechtenstein and into Austria as the Alpenhein (or Alpine Rhine). This section of the river empties into lake Constance and through the Rhine Falls (the second largest waterfall in Europe), after which it is swollen to double its previous size by the River Aar. It continues into Germany and is joined by such major tributaries as the Main and Moselle. The Middle Rhine flows through the Rhine Gorge – a UNESCO world heritage site, noted for its beautiful castles, picturesque towns and vineyards. The Lower Rhine passes through a number of important cities including Cologne, Dusseldorf and the Ruhr area – the largest conurbation in Germany.

    The Rhine turns west into the Netherlands and splits into three – the Waal, Nederrjin and Ijssel. It eventually merges with two more rivers to form the Rhine-Meuse-Scheldt delta emptying at various points into the North Sea. Canals connect the Rhine with cities and waterways across Europe. The Rhine was of major strategic importance to the Romans who stationed garrisons along its banks. The river was throughout history a natural border between countries and remains so today. It is also a river that is surrounded by legend, an inspiration to writers and composers – most notably, perhaps, Wagner’s Das Rheingold in the Ring Cycle. It is still hauntingly beautiful with fairy-tale castles, picturesque medieval towns and ancient vineyards lining its banks.

  • To see our current selection of tours for the river Saar click here.
     
    • Saar

    The Saar is a river in northeastern France and western Germany, and a tributary of the Moselle. It rises in the Vosges mountains on the border of Alsace and Lorraine and flows northwards into the Moselle near Trier. The lower Saar in Rhineland-Palatinate is a winegrowing region of some importance, producing mostly Riesling.

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