Meal(s) Included: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Breakfast On Board the Ship
Wake up to a delightful breakfast with fellow Adventurers.
Siegfried's Mechanical Music Cabinet Museum
Visit Siegfried's Mechanical Music Cabinet Museum, which contains one of the largest collections of beautiful mechanical music boxes, giant pianos and other automated instruments–dating back from the 18th to the 20th century.
Weingut Adolf Störzel Wine Tasting
Enjoy wine tasting accompanied by cheese and pretzels at Weingut Adolf Störzel inside the Bassenheimer Hof's cellar.
Lunch On Board the Ship
Take a break between your morning and afternoon activities with a refreshing lunch on board.
Afternoon On Your Own Options
Iconic Castle Cruise Through the Rhine Gorge
Behold 30 castles in all their magnificence! Sail through the Rhine Gorge, with the ship's Cruise Manager commenting on the castles' fascinating history and offering insights about the area. Declared a UNESCO World Heritage, the beautiful Upper Middle Rhine Valley along the shoreline is splendid to behold. Also, participate in a Rüdesheimer coffee demonstration and tasting on the sun deck.
Dinner On Board the Ship
Be our Guest for another excellent dinner prepared by the ship’s culinary team.
*The leisure bike ride on your own is not suited for a child who is 10 years old or younger. We strongly recommend that Guests be in shape, know how to ride a bike, have ridden a bike recently, and know that the bike ride will take place on a solid surface, gravel and cobblestones, through towns, along the river, near traffic, crossing streets, etc. Bike trails are no on grass. PLEASE NOTE: Guests wishing to bike on their own can visit the Cruise Manager to reserve a bicycle. There will be a couple of “junior” bikes onboard that are suited for a 9-year-old to 12-year-old child, depending on their size. However, the Cruise Manager will need to see in person any child under 9 years old or any small child, since small-sized bikes and helmets need to be outsourced. Also, since we always put safety first and try to prevent accidents, if the Cruise Manager determines that a child shouldn’t ride a bike, he or she will give that child other activity options.