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Cruising the Rhine

Burg Pfalzgrafenstein bei Kaub -Castle Pfalzgrafenstein near Kaub_River Rhine © Peter38 / FotoliaCastle Pfalzgrafenstein on the Rhine

Never has river cruising been so popular and in Europe we are spoilt for choice of scenic rivers full of history with picturesque towns and great cities along their length. King though, must be the majestic Rhine flowing from the Swiss alps to the empty into the North Sea through the deltas of the Netherlands. Cruising the Rhine early in the last century poets, artists  and musicians found themselves enthralled by the romance of the landscape with its castle studded banks. The river’s charm endures: in 2002 the Middle Rhine Valley, flanked by vineyards and steeped in legend was designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Heather Cowper and her husband have joined Lueftner Cruise’ship Amadeus Princess in Basel for a Rhine Cruise.  It’s Heather’s first cruise, follow her day by day post for the highlights and a taste of the cruising life.


Cruising the Rhine – Day 1

On Day 1 of her Rhine Cruise with Lueftner Cruises Heather Cowper joins the Amadeus Princess and takes a look around the Swiss city of Basel.

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