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If you happen to be visiting Germany this holiday season, don’t miss out on a chance to try a completely different kind of sight seeing which is both leisurely and enjoyable.

The Rhine River is touted to be the longest rivers in the entire country in addition to being the most important one. The river plays an important role in the shipping and transportation of imported and exported goods.

In addition to being lined with giant manufacturing units and several industrial cities, the banks of the Rhine Valley are populated with hordes of the country’s cultural and historical sites.

 

One of the best ways to travel around Germany is through the Rhine River and there are numerous boat rental agencies and tour operators who organize cruises through the river.

The cruises range from a single day to a week and stop at most of the important tourist landmarks along the river. These include ancient castles, charming villages, lush green gardens, calm lakes and picturesque valleys.

One of the more popular tours down the river is the 5 day itinerary that costs about $1576 per person. The total charge includes accommodation in a standard apartment or hotel, breakfast and dinner and 5 days of travel down the Rhine River.

The first day of the trip involves picking up guests from the Dusseldorf Airport which is the closest airport to the river. Guests are then taken to their respective vacation apartments most of which are located on the banks of the river. Guests can expect their stay to be pleasant as the hotels and apartments are standard accommodation units and come with en suite bathrooms, showers and televisions.

The next day, guests start off with a road trip to some of the landmark attractions in the nearby town of Rudesheim. The wine making town is famous throughout the world for the Niederwald Monument and Drosselgasse Rudesheim Street.

Guests can stroll through the town and make a visit to the Mechanical Music Cabinet which happens to be one of the first museums in the country to showcase automated musical instruments.

As the afternoon grows near, guests emabrk on their cruise boat and travel to St. Goar which has several medieval castles and ruins lining the banks of the river. Significado de los nombres

The trip also includes a visit to the famous Lorelei rock after which guests are driven to a small town on the outskirts of St. Goar (about 2 hours away). After an evening of sight seeing, guests are taken back to their hotels by bus.

On the third day of the trip, guests are driven to the small town of Traben-Trarbach which is filled with narrow little streets and quaint little road side cafes.

The trip ensues with a boat rid to Bernkastel, a half timbered town that winds beautifully around the landscape of the Moselle. Guests can take a stroll through the town and visit a few vineyards in the region.

After breakfast on the fourth day, guests are driven to the town of Mettlach. While there, guests have the option of catching a boat ride through the Saarchleife to a porcelain factory called Villeroy and Bosch.

As the boat moves through the Saarschelife, guests are treated to wonderful views of the river banks which follow the river in 300 degree turns. The banks of the rivers are filled with dense forests, monasteries and ancient ruins among which the ruins of St. Gangolf Montclair are the most famous.

The final day of the trip has guests enjoying a hearty breakfast and then boarding their coach which takes them to the old capital of the Palatinate; Heidelberg.

A small romantic university town, Heidelberg is a wonderful place to visit and is filled with loads of tourist attractions. These include the Castle, the University of Space and a well established marketplace. From here, guests can catch a boat ride to the town of Neckarsteinach for an evening of sightseeing.

On the sixth day (last day in Germany), guests are dropped off at the Dusseldorf Airport in time for their flights back home.

Think about it everyone! It’s a wonderful, peaceful trip that gives you access to most if not all of Germany’s tourist attractions. Well worth your time and money, touring Germany through the Rhine river is a must if you decide to visit the country.

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Germany Tourist Attractions & Rhine River Cruises In Germany

Germany Tourist Attractions & Rhine River Cruises In Germany | Travel Destination

If you happen to be visiting Germany this holiday season, don’t miss out on a chance to try a completely different kind of sight seeing which is both leisure

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