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Castles Along the Rhine

The Rhine's lush hillsides are thick with wine grapes, thriving towns, and towering castles. The highest concentration of castles are in Germany’s 40-mile long Upper…

Marksburg Castle

Perched high atop a steep hill overlooking the town of Braubach, Marksburg was constructed around 1231 with expansion to its current size in 1283. As the only hilltop…

Schokoladen Museum

Cologne’s Imhoff Chocolate Museum (Imhoff-Schokoladenmuseum) is located in the Rheinauhafen (Rheinau harbor) district and is made in the form of a ship to remind of…

Cologne, DE

Cologne is the fourth largest and possibly the most famous city in Germany. The city sits on the banks of the Rhine River in the…

Breisach, DE

Each port on our Viking Rhine Getaway cruise typically included one free excursion and several at additional cost. The included excursion while docked in Breisach was…

Domaine du Daley

The Domaine du Daley was founded in 1392, making it the oldest commercial entity in Switzerland. It stands on an historic site overlooking Lake Geneva.…

Viking Rhine Getaway

Since their launch in 2012, the Viking Longships have received great acclaim for their state-of-the-art engineering, innovative design and outstanding quality. Viking cruises are calm…

Switzerland (2018)

We extended our Viking Rhine Getaway cruise to take in the pure mountain air of Zermatt, the car-free haven high in the Alps at the…

Heidelberg, DE

Heidelberg is often referred to as one of the most romantic towns in Germany. It’s colorful streets and alleyways, university atmosphere and prime location on…
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