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EUROPE | Basel, Strasbourg (docking in Breisach, Germany), Mannheim, Rüdesheim, Cologne, Amsterdam | 8 Days / 7 Nights

Rhine River Cruise: Food & Wine

A man and woman, with drinks in hand, enjoy a nighttime walk through a city A castle looms over a charming town on a river 2 couples wine tasting in a winery and talking to a vintner A man in a jacket and tie sits next to a woman in a dress and necklace at a table with several wine glasses A city on a river featuring a church with spires, skyscrapers and a covered bridge A small village is nestled between the river and the base of a hill A charcuterie platter, with assorted meats, cheeses and olives, sits atop a wooden table alongside a glass of wine, bowl of bread and a stack of plates A man and woman share a romantic moment while looking out of a window at Heidelberg Castle with the city of Mannheim in the distance Two cups, topped with whipped cream, sit on a table with a lit candle and several roses, in a restaurant with wood slatted chairs and archways A canal lined with boats and quaint buildings on shore at sunset A gondola stretches out over a pastoral setting in Rüdesheim
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Experience the world through regional foods, wines and cultures.

Rhine River Cruise: Food & Wine

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Discover 6 destinations in 4 countries on the adult-exclusive Rhine River Cruise: Food & Wine, an all-inclusive epicurean sailing with AmaWaterways, a leader in luxury river cruising. You'll visit world-famous breweries, award-winning wineries and local pubs, all while experiencing world-class culinary delights amid some of Europe's most scenic regions.

2019 Rhine River Cruise: Food & Wine

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Strasbourg, France

Meal(s) Included: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Accommodations: AmaMora

A vintner leads several people into a room filled with giant, wooden wine barrels

Breakfast On Board the Ship

Begin your day of exciting activities with a good breakfast.

Morning Activity Options

Canal Boat Tour and Leisure Visit to the Strasbourg Cathédral de Notre Dame
  • Take a Strasbourg city tour on the Batorama Canal Boat and pass by this city's main attractions—including towers, covered bridges and the Vauban dam—and through this city's various districts such as the renowned Petite France.
  • Explore this fascinating city—the capital of the Alsace-Champagne-Ardenne-Lorraine region and the seat of the European Parliament.
  • Enjoy an "at your leisure visit" to Strasbourg Cathedral de Notre Dame, built in 1439 in the grand Gothic style, with Renaissance-era stained-glass windows and a famous astronomical clock created in 1843.
  • Explore and discover the beauty of a truly marvelous city with some On Your Own time in Strasbourg.
An old building and street filled with decorative buildings flank a narrow river
Alsace Canoe Trip Enjoy a scenic canoe trip paddling on the Alsace waterways through the enchanting landscapes of this scenic region.
A waterway through the center of old Strasbourg, France

Lunch On Board the Ship

Savor lunch highlighting Strasbourg’s unique cuisine influenced by both the French and German cultures. Local beer and wine is also included. Refuel to be ready for the afternoon activities!

Afternoon Activity – Choose one of these options for half-day activities in the afternoon:

Take a French Macaron Baking Class Learn how to make delicious French macarons from the respected local chef on board the ship.
A tray of 4 decorated macarons
Explore the Wine Caves of Cave Historique Des Hospices
  • Discover wine caves in the medieval basements of Cave Historique Des Hospices, a hospital founded in 1395. In its wine museum, 40 ancient wine barrels mark the history of the region—one containing wine from 1472.
  • Enjoy wine tasting the fine Alsatian varieties that have been more recently put in barrels and then bottled right there in the caves.
A row of wine barrels

Dinner On Board the Ship

Return to the ship for a delectable evening meal, featuring local beer and wine.

PLEASE NOTE: Some activities have limited capacity and are on a first come, first serve basis.