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Legendary Rhine & Moselle

From £3589 pp

Experience the enduring allure of the spectacularly scenic Rhine and Moselle
Revel in the UNESCO-designated Rhine River Valley, with its vine-covered slopes and castle-dotted shores, and the mesmerizing Moselle, the Rhine’s breathtaking tributary. Explore the delights of five nations and savor the best these regions have to offer.

Discover Amsterdam’s rich legacy in art at either the Van Gogh Museum or the Rijksmuseum, home to Rembrandt’s The Night Watch. Step into the pages of fairytales as you walk through the cobblestone streets of postcard-perfect towns such as Cochem, Riquewihr, Rüdesheim and Colmar, and as you cruise along the historic canals of picturesque Strasbourg. Learn the time-honored traditions of Villeroy & Boch at the baroque Benedictine Old Abbey in Mettlach, where they have been producing exquisite porcelain since 1803. Take in the grand landmarks of Cologne, Trier and Luxembourg. “Let’s Go” with hikes to the 12th-century Thurant Castle and through the steepest vineyard in Europe, the Calmont Steig, and cycle along the Moselle, over bridges, past steep vineyards and through picturesque wine villages.

Throughout your journey, gain an appreciation for the region’s flavors. Join the mayor of Ediger- Eller at a wine tasting of delicious local Rieslings. Hear the legend of Dr. Pauly-Bergweiler at his historic estate and sample its delightful Rieslings. And visit the Doktorenhof vinegar estate to sample unique aperitifs made from wine vinegars in the atmospheric tasting room complete with candles, cloaks and choir music. Fall under the bewitching spell of the legendary Rhine and gently flowing Moselle.

Who will enjoy this cruise

Connoisseurs of food and wine will delight in exceptional Rieslings, hearty regional specialties, delicate pastries and fine chocolates. Art and nature lovers will relish the many wonders the Rhine and Moselle rivers have to offer.

What’s Included:

  • An all-inclusive, boutique  night cruise in a riverview stateroom on
  • All meals onboard, prepared using the finest and freshest ingredients
  • 12 breakfasts, 11 lunches, 12 dinners
  • Captain’s Welcome and Farewell Receptions
  • Welcome and Farewell Gala Dinners
  • Unlimited beverages onboard, including fine wine, beer, spirits, soft drinks, specialty coffee and tea, and mineral water
  • 11 days of excursions, including “Choice Is Yours” options, all fully hosted by English-speaking local experts
  • Guided “Go Active,” “Do as the Locals Do” and “Gentle Walking” programs
  • State-of-the-art Quietvox portable audio-headset system on all excursions
  • Use of bicycles and Nordic walking sticks
  • Services of an experienced Uniworld Cruise Manager
  • Onboard entertainment and insightful lectures
  • All gratuities onboard and ashore
  • Free Internet and Wi-Fi access
  • Captain’s Welcome and Farewell Dinners
  • Transfers to and from the ship
  • Flights or Eurostar rail from the UK
Rhine - Cityscape of Colmar
Canals of Amsterdam
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Day 1 - Amsterdam (Embark)

Arrive at Amsterdam Schiphol Airport. If your cruise package includes a group arrival transfer or if you have purchased a private arrival transfer, you will be greeted by a Uniworld representative and transferred to the ship.

Dinner

Day 2 - Amsterdam

Enjoy the luxury of a full day in the “Venice of the North,” starting with a private “Morning with the Masters” tour of the Amsterdam Hermitage. You’ll have the museum’s extraordinary collection of Dutch Masters all to yourself, with an art historian to show you Portrait Gallery highlights and part of a special exhibition of Dutch art collected by Catherine the Great—a show available only through May 2018.
Afterwards, explore the city with a choice of excursions.

Featured Excursion:
Exclusive “Morning with the Masters” at the Amsterdam Hermitage
Choice of Amsterdam canal cruise or Exclusive “Do as the Locals Do” Amsterdam walking tour

Exclusive “Morning with the Masters” at the Amsterdam Hermitage
The doors open early to give you a crowd-free viewing of an extraordinary collection of Dutch master paintings: 30 monumental group paintings from the golden age that have been called “cousins of The Night Watch.” Drawn from both the Amsterdam Museum and the Rijksmuseum, these works have rarely been displayed because of their enormous size.

Day 2 - Amsterdam

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 3 - Cologne

You simply cannot visit Cologne without paying homage to its most notorious site, the Gothic masterpiece that serves as the city’s cathedral.

A local expert will show you favorite haunts around the Old Town and share some of the cathedral’s most intriguing and Magi-cal secrets with you. Your ship docks today in the oldest major city in Germany, lively Cologne (Köln in German).

Cologne is the largest city of the Rhineland and a cultural mecca boasting more than 30 museums and hundreds of art galleries. Join a guided walking discovery tour, visit a unique museum or simply enjoy the city on your own. If you’re looking for something more physically challenging, consider a bike ride or walk along the many riverside parks and promenades. Nordic walking sticks and bicycles are available onboard.

Featured Excursion:
Cologne walking discovery tour with Cologne Cathedral
Choice of Kölsch beer tasting or Roman Germanic Museum

Day 3 - Cologne

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 4 - Koblenz

Perfectly situated at the confluence of the Rhine and Moselle, Koblenz is a medieval gem with a colorful history and eclectic architecture.

Join a local expert to see the sights on foot—including charming churches, baroque-style buildings and graceful fountains (including one known to spit water at unsuspecting passersby).

Or “Go Active” with a scenic bike ride along the river. Begin the morning with a pleasant stroll into the heart of Koblenz, a medieval town that lies at the confluence of the Moselle and Rhine rivers, or get out in the fresh air for a guided bicycle ride.

Featured Excursion:

Choice of Koblenz walking discovery tour or Exclusive guided “Let’s Go” bicycle ride

Day 4 - Koblenz

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 5 - Cochem (Ediger-Eller)

Turner succumbed to the scenic charms of Cochem in 1839, immortalizing views of the old gate tower and the castle ruins in his famously luminous watercolors. And who could blame him? Cochem boasts some of the most enchanting sights in the Moselle River wine region, and you’ll have a chance to immerse yourself in them in various ways today.

When you wake up this morning and gaze out your window, you’ll see steep vineyard-covered hillsides and the distinctive profile of an imperial castle. You’re in Cochem, a village that you can explore in one of two ways today—with a walking tour that leads up to the stunning Reichsburg Castle or a hike through historic vineyards.

Later, you’ll visit another village and have a chance to mingle with the locals and taste locally made wines.

Featured Excursion:
Exclusive Ediger-Eller “Village Day” with wine tasting
Choice of Cochem walking discovery tour with Reichsburg Castle or Exclusive guided “Let’s Go” vineyard hike
Cochem walking discovery tour with Reichsburg Castle
Crossing the Moselle Bridge, you’ll venture into Old Town, passing St. Martin’s Church, the baroque-style City Hall, and the oldest half-timbered house still standing, which dates to 1625, before making your way up a set of narrow switchbacks to Reichsburg, a castle whose unmistakable silhouette looms high above the Moselle River.

Reichsburg was originally built in the 11th century, but it did not escape the centuries unscathed. Louis XIV’s troops blew it up in 1689 (they did a lot of damage to the town, too). In 1868 the Ravené family purchased the ruins and rebuilt the castle, incorporating the remnants of the Gothic buildings and turning it into one of the most stunning castles on the river. Its many splendid rooms are fitted with Renaissance and baroque furniture collected by the Ravenés—and the views of the town below are well worth the trip.

Exclusive guided “Let’s Go” vineyard hike
Are you interested in a challenge? This hike explores the steepest vineyard in Europe, the Bremmer Calmont. Intended for t and active hikers, this difficult section of the scenic Moselsteig Trail, which links vineyards and picturesque villages throughout the region, rewards hikers with spectacular views.

You’ll be climbing hairpin turns through the vineyard—imagine pruning and harvesting these vines!—on your way to panoramas of the Moselle Valley, which include the storied “Vierseenblick,” a view of the river far below in which the Moselle seems to have been divided into four lakes.
Exclusive Ediger-Eller “Village Day” with wine tasting.

Take a short, scenic drive to the picturesque winemaker’s village of Ediger-Eller, which is nestled between steep hillside vineyards on the banks of the Moselle. If you think these slopes look particularly precipitous, you’re right: This region boasts the steepest vineyards in all of Europe. You’ll be greeted by Ediger-Eller’s mayor—in medieval robes!—who will act as your host for your visit as you join him on a walking tour of his charming village.

Stroll past the old city walls and gates to St. Martin’s Church, which dates to the 16th century. It’s one of the treasures of the town, particularly noted for its beautifully ornamented bell tower.

The mayor will invite you to step inside and listen to a brief organ concert before heading off to experience Ediger-Eller’s lively winemaking culture at a local tavern. You’ll savor three delicious local Rieslings and a light snack while watching a rare ethnographic documentary from the 1950s: a silent movie offering a glimpse into the daily life of a vintner’s family half a century ago.

Day 5 - Cochem (Ediger-Eller)

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 6 - Cruising the Moselle River, Trier

After a morning of scenic cruising, the ship arrives in Germany’s oldest city today, Trier, which dates back to ancient Roman times (and was also the birthplace of Karl Marx). Get to know this fascinating locale with an in-depth city tour with an insightful local guide.

Spend this morning relaxing onboard the regal River Queen as the romantic Moselle River Valley unfolds before you. Quiet hamlets and magnificent castles dot the rolling hillsides, and each bend in the river reveals new and thrilling scenic surprises. The ancient Romans and Celts planted the first grapevines on these steep riverside slopes thousands of years ago, and you can see the remnants of their handiwork even today. Once the ship docks, you get to know Trier with a city tour.

Featured Excursion:
Trier city tour

Day 6 - Cruising the Moselle River, Trier

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 7 - Remich, Cruising the Moselle River (Luxembourg)

You’ll encounter a new country today—Luxembourg—and its historically rich capital city of the same name. Stay here to visit the American cemetery and WWII memorial or venture further into the past at an ancient wine village and an even more ancient Roman villa.

The oldest city in Germany, Trier delights visitors with its cheerful blend of old and new, as its illustrious history is matched by a vibrant social scene. Enjoy the day in Trier and later enjoy the scenes of the ever-changing and always beautiful Moselle.


Featured Excursion:

Choice of Luxembourg with WWII cemetery or Visit to the wine village of Perl, the reconstructed Roman Villa Borg, and the Saar Bow river bend

Day 7 - Remich, Cruising the Moselle River (Luxembourg)

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 8 - Bernkastel, Cruising the Moselle River

Just when you thought you’d seen the most stunning scenery Germany had to offer, along come the emerald fields, beguiling cottages and historic vineyards of Bernkastel.

Explore the village and some of the surrounding region, with your choice of excursions—including a visit to the famous Bernkasteler Doctor.

Today you’ll embark on a morning walking tour of Bernkastel, followed by a sampling of luscious local wines at the region’s most prestigious wine estate; or, if you are feeling active, enjoy an invigorating bicycle ride along the banks of the winding Moselle.

Featured Excursion:
Choice of Bernkastel walking discovery tour with exclusive Dr. Pauly-Bergweiler wine estate visit and tasting or Exclusive guided “Let’s Go” bike ride along the Moselle River

Day 8 - Bernkastel, Cruising the Moselle River

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 9 - Boppard, Cruising the Romantic Rhine River, Rüdesheim

While every day of this journey brims with beautiful sights, today’s may be the most ravishing, as you cruise an extraordinarily scenic stretch of the Rhine River, bookended by two charming little towns.

Featured Excursion:
Boppard village stroll
Choice of Aerial cable car ride to the Niederwald monument or Kloster Eberbach medieval monastery tour with Riesling tasting

Boppard village stroll
Join the Cruise Manager on a walk through this attractive town with a long and surprising history. They will point out its highlights and recommend a host of activities: Take a chairlift to the top of the hill for a great view of the valley and the river (you can hike the return route, if you’re up for it); enjoy a glass of wine at a local tavern and watch the water traf c on the river; or ride a bicycle along the Rhine promenade.

Day 9 - Boppard, Cruising the Romantic Rhine River, Rüdesheim

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 10 - Speyer

Expect the unexpected in Speyer, where ancient treasures harmoniously co-exist with modern day innovation. For something really unexpected, venture into a spooky, candlelit tasting room to sample flavorful elixirs made from wine vinegars. Utterly unique and surprisingly delicious, and something you’ll experience with no other river cruise line.

A host of possibilities await you today. You can either enjoy a tour of historic Speyer or visit a local vinegar estate to sample its gourmet wares.

In the afternoon you can choose to relax onboard or, if you’d like to get some exercise, bike along the Rhine.

Featured Excursion:
Choice of Speyer walking discovery tour or Exclusive Doktorenhof vinegar estate visit and tasting

Day 10 - Speyer

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 11 - Strasbourg

Strasbourg is invariably described as quaint, a rather overused word that in this case is perfectly apropos.

Whether you see it via a canal boat or on foot with an insightful local expert, this historic town with its cobbled lanes, half-timbered homes, giant stork nests and impossible-to-resist pastry shops will win your heart. Situated halfway between Paris and Prague, the Alsatian town of Strasbourg is known as the “Crossroads of Europe.”

It’s also located right on the border of France and Germany, which has resulted in Strasbourg’s unique blending of those nations’ traditional culinary and architectural styles. Choose which way you wish to explore it: with a panoramic tour or by rambling through the vibrant streets of Grande Île.

Featured Excursion:
Choice of Strasbourg panoramic tour with cathedral and Old Town walk or Exclusive “Do as the Locals Do” Strasbourg walking tour

Day 11 - Strasbourg

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 12 - Breisach (Colmar or Kaysersberg and Riquewihr)

Look up “charming and “picturesque” in the dictionary and it could very well show images of today’s choice of destinations—two of Alsace’s best-known wine villages or a town some have hailed as the prettiest in the world.

Is it really? See for yourself from our uniquely Uniworld perspective.

Today, you are presented with two wonderful ways to spend the final day of your river cruise adventure. This morning, you can tour medieval Colmar or join us on an exploration of two Alsatian wine villages, Kaysersberg and Riquewihr.

Featured Excursion:
Choice of Colmar city tour or Alsatian “Village Day”
Colmar city tour

Day 12 - Breisach (Colmar or Kaysersberg and Riquewihr)

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 13 - Basel (Disembark)

Disembark the ship.

If your cruise package includes a group departure transfer or if you have purchased a private departure transfer, you will be transferred to EuroAirport Basel-Mulhouse-Freiburg for your flight home.

Alternatively, you might choose to stay and explore Basel and Lake Lucerne with us on an optional post-cruise extension.

Breakfast

Day 1 - Basel

Arrive at EuroAirport Basel-Milhouse-Freiburg.

If your cruise package includes a group arrival transfer or if you have purchased a private arrival transfer, you will be greeted by a Uniworld representative and transferred to the ship.

Dinner

Day 2 - Breisach (Colmar or Kaysersberg and Riquewihr)

Look up “charming and “picturesque” in the dictionary and it could very well show images of today’s choice of destinations—two of Alsace’s best-known wine villages or a town some have hailed as the prettiest in the world. Is it really? See for yourself from our uniquely Uniworld perspective.

Today, you are presented with two wonderful ways to spend the final day of your river cruise adventure.

This morning, you can tour medieval Colmar or join us on an exploration of two Alsatian wine villages, Kaysersberg and Riquewihr.

Featured Excursion:

Choice of Colmar city tour or Alsatian “Village Day”

Day 2 - Breisach (Colmar or Kaysersberg and Riquewihr)

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 3 - Strasbourg

Strasbourg is invariably described as quaint, a rather overused word that in this case is perfectly apropos.

Whether you see it via a canal boat or on foot with an insightful local expert, this historic town with its cobbled lanes, half-timbered homes, giant stork nests and impossible-to-resist pastry shops will win your heart.

Situated halfway between Paris and Prague, the Alsatian town of Strasbourg is known as the “Crossroads of Europe.” It’s also located right on the border of France and Germany, which has resulted in Strasbourg’s unique blending of those nations’ traditional culinary and architectural styles.

Choose which way you wish to explore it: with a panoramic tour or by rambling through the vibrant streets of Grande Île.

Featured Excursion:
Choice of Strasbourg panoramic tour with cathedral and Old Town walk or Exclusive “Do as the Locals Do” Strasbourg walking tour

Day 3 - Strasbourg

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 4 - Speyer

Expect the unexpected in Speyer, where ancient treasures harmoniously co-exist with modern day innovation. For something really unexpected, venture into a spooky, candlelit tasting room to sample flavorful elixirs made from wine vinegars. Utterly unique and surprisingly delicious, and something you’ll experience with no other river cruise line.

A host of possibilities await you today. You can either enjoy a tour of historic Speyer or visit a local vinegar estate to sample its gourmet wares. In the afternoon you can choose to relax onboard or, if you’d like to get some exercise, bike along the Rhine.

Featured Excursion:

Choice of Speyer walking discovery tour or Exclusive Doktorenhof vinegar estate visit and tasting

Day 4 - Speyer

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 5 - Rüdesheim, Cruising the Romantic Rhine River, Boppard

Like many cities along the Rhine, Rüdesheim has a lengthy history that stretches back to Roman times; today the city is famous for its narrow avenue of shops and wine bars called the Drosselgasse and its impressive Niederwald Monument.

Rüdesheim is also particularly noted for its delicate white wines, which you can sample in any of the numerous wine bards you’ll find in town.

Featured Excursion:
Boppard village stroll, Choice of Aerial cable car ride to the Niederwald Monument
or Kloster Eberbach medieval monastery tour with Riesling tasting

Day 5 - Rüdesheim, Cruising the Romantic Rhine River, Boppard

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 6 - Cochem (Ediger-Eller)

Turner succumbed to the scenic charms of Cochem in 1839, immortalizing views of the old gate tower and the castle ruins in his famously luminous watercolors. And who could blame him? Cochem boasts some of the most enchanting sights in the Moselle River wine region, and you’ll have a chance to immerse yourself in them in various ways today.

When you wake up this morning and gaze out your window, you’ll see steep vineyard-covered hillsides and the distinctive profile of an imperial castle.

Featured Excursion:

Cochem walking discovery tour with Reichsburg Castle
Choice of Exclusive guided “Let’s Go” vineyard hike or Exclusive Ediger-Eller “Village Day” with wine tasting

Cochem walking discovery tour with Reichsburg Castle
Crossing the Moselle Bridge, you’ll venture into Old Town, passing St. Martin’s Church, the baroque-style City Hall, and the oldest half-timbered house still standing, which dates to 1625, before making your way up a set of narrow switchbacks to Reichsburg, a castle whose unmistakable silhouette looms high above the Moselle River.

Day 6 - Cochem (Ediger-Eller)

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 7 - Cruising the Moselle River, Trier

After a morning of scenic cruising, the ship arrives in Germany’s oldest city today, Trier, which dates back to ancient Roman times (and was also the birthplace of Karl Marx). Get to know this fascinating locale with an in-depth city tour with an insightful local guide.

Spend this morning relaxing onboard the regal River Queen as the romantic Moselle River Valley unfolds before you. Quiet hamlets and magnificent castles dot the rolling hillsides, and each bend in the river reveals new and thrilling scenic surprises. The ancient Romans and Celts planted the first grapevines on these steep riverside slopes thousands of years ago, and you can see the remnants of their handiwork even today. Once the ship docks, you get to know Trier with a city tour.

Featured Excursion:

Trier city tour

Day 7 - Cruising the Moselle River, Trier

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 8 - Remich (Luxembourg), Cruising the Moselle River

You’ll encounter a new country today—Luxembourg—and its historically rich capital city of the same name. Stay here to visit the American cemetery and WWII memorial or venture further into the past at an ancient wine village and an even more ancient Roman villa.

The oldest city in Germany, Trier delights visitors with its cheerful blend of old and new, as its illustrious history is matched by a vibrant social scene. Enjoy the day in Trier and later enjoy the scenes of the ever-changing and always beautiful Moselle.

Featured Excursion:
Choice of Luxembourg with WWII cemetery or Visit to the wine village of Perl, the reconstructed Roman Villa Borg, and the Saar Bow river bend

Luxembourg with WWII cemetery
Over the course of 900 years, Luxembourg grew into one of the greatest fortified sites in Europe because of its strategic geographical position and ever-changing political affiliations (the city was variously controlled by Spanish, Austrian, French and Prussian forces, among others).

Day 8 - Remich (Luxembourg), Cruising the Moselle River

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 9 - Bernkastel, Cruising the Moselle River

Just when you thought you’d seen the most stunning scenery Germany had to offer, along come the emerald fields, beguiling cottages and historic vineyards of Bernkastel. Explore the village and some of the surrounding region, with your choice of excursions—including a visit to the famous Bernkasteler Doctor.

Today you’ll embark on a morning walking tour of Bernkastel, followed by a sampling of luscious local wines at the region’s most prestigious wine estate; or, if you are feeling active, enjoy an invigorating bicycle ride along the banks of the winding Moselle.

Featured Excursion:
Choice of Bernkastel walking discovery tour with exclusive Dr. Pauly-Bergweiler wine estate visit and tasting or Exclusive guided “Let’s Go” bike ride along the Moselle River

Day 9 - Bernkastel, Cruising the Moselle River

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 10 - Koblenz

Perfectly situated at the confluence of the Rhine and Moselle, Koblenz is a medieval gem with a colorful history and eclectic architecture. Join a local expert to see the sights on foot—including charming churches, baroque-style buildings and graceful fountains (including one known to spit water at unsuspecting passersby). Or “Go Active” with a scenic bike ride along the river.

Begin the morning with a pleasant stroll into the heart of Koblenz, a medieval town that lies at the confluence of the Moselle and Rhine rivers, or get out in the fresh air for a guided bicycle ride.

Featured Excursion:
Choice of Koblenz walking discovery tour or Exclusive guided “Let’s Go” bicycle ride

Day 10 - Koblenz

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 11 - Cologne

You simply cannot visit Cologne without paying homage to its most notorious site, the Gothic masterpiece that serves as the city’s cathedral.

A local expert will show you favorite haunts around the Old Town and share some of the cathedral’s most intriguing and Magi-cal secrets with you.

Your ship docks today in the oldest major city in Germany, lively Cologne (Köln in German). Cologne is the largest city of the Rhineland and a cultural mecca boasting more than 30 museums and hundreds of art galleries.

Join a guided walking discovery tour, visit a unique museum or simply enjoy the city on your own. If you’re looking for something more physically challenging, consider a bike ride or walk along the many riverside parks and promenades. Nordic walking sticks and bicycles are available onboard.

Day 11 - Cologne

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 12 - Amsterdam

Enjoy the luxury of a full day in the “Venice of the North,” starting with a private “Morning with the Masters” tour of the Amsterdam Hermitage. You’ll have the museum’s extraordinary collection of Dutch Masters all to yourself, with an art historian to show you Portrait Gallery highlights and part of a special exhibition of Dutch art collected by Catherine the Great—a show available only through May 2018.

Afterwards, explore the city with a choice of excursions.

Featured Excursion:

Exclusive “Morning with the Masters” at the Amsterdam Hermitage
Choice of Amsterdam canal cruise or Exclusive “Do as the Locals Do” Amsterdam walking tour

Exclusive “Morning with the Masters” at the Amsterdam Hermitage
The doors open early to give you a crowd-free viewing of an extraordinary collection of Dutch master paintings: 30 monumental group paintings from the golden age that have been called “cousins of The Night Watch.” Drawn from both the Amsterdam Museum and the Rijksmuseum, these works have rarely been displayed because of their enormous size.

Day 12 - Amsterdam

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 13 - Amsterdam (Disembark)

Disembark the ship.

If your cruise package includes a group departure transfer or if you have purchased a private departure transfer, you will be transferred to Amsterdam Schipol Airport for your flight home.

Your Uniworld adventure may be over, but we know you’ll enjoy the memories for years to come.

Breakfast

River Queen is one of the most unique ships cruising Europe’s waterways, she has an exterior resembling the steamships of the 1930s and an elegant Art Deco interior. Decorated in richly textured blue and white fabrics and marble bathrooms and inspiring artwork.

River Queen is a sublime floating hotel designed with your every comfort in mind. The signature touches for which Uniworld has become known-inspiring original hand-selected art, classic furnishings, old world antiques, marble, and clever use of mirrors can be found in the various public areas along with different hues of green, brown, beige, and gold adorning the walls and floors throughout.

Uniworld River Queen Restaurant
  • Lavishly decorated outside staterooms
  • 4 individually decorated suites
  • Sun deck with life-size chess and shuffleboard
  • Main Lounge with full-service bar and dance floor
  • The River Queen features a wonderful open fireplace
  • Captain’s Lounge with library & bar
  • Elegant restaurant
  • Patio lounge
  • Sky lounge
  • Fitness center, sauna & Serenity River Spa
  • Free Internet and Wi-Fi
  • Bicycles and Nordic walking sticks
  • Complimentary 24-hour specialty coffee and tea bar
  • 24-hour reception service
  • Elevator
  • Boutique*
  • Guest laundry & ironing room

* Payable locally.

World Class Staterooms

After one night in your magnificent riverview stateroom, you’ll understand why sailing with Uniworld is truly the best way to see the world. Rated Top Cabins by Zagat Survey®, your elegantly appointed boutique stateroom comes standard with Uniworld – as does the ever-changing breathtaking river scenery.

With 74 Lavishly decorated staterooms with french balconies or full outside balconies, and 7 suites all with full balconies.

All Staterooms Feature

  • Handcrafted Savoir® of England beds
  • 100% Egyptian cotton sheets and European duvets
  • Marble bathrooms with L’Occitane en Provence bath and body products
  • Individual climate control
  • Telephone, safe, hair dryer & bottled water replenished daily
  • Infotainment center with flat-screen TV and complimentary movie and entertainment options
  • Generous built-in closets
  • Plush Christy towels
  • Backlit magnifying mirror
  • Cosy waffle bathrobes & slippers
  • Towel warmers

Suite

215 ft² – Rhine (Upper) Deck

  • Individually decorated suite size: 215 sq. ft.
  • Living room with sofas, table and chair
  • Infotainment center and satellite Flat Screen TV
  • Built in closet
  • Hairdryer
  • Safe
  • Bottled water
  • Marble bathroom with bath, shower & secluded WC area
  • L’Occitane en Provence Bath du Body products
  • Plush Towels
  • Waffle Bathrobes and Slippers
  • Additional special amenities and services

Staterooms Category 1 french Balcony

151 ft² – Rhine Deck

  • Individually decorated stateroom size: 151 sq. ft.
  • Infotainment center and satellite Flat Screen TV
  • Built in closet
  • Hairdryer
  • Safe
  • Bottled water
  • Marble bathroom with bath, shower & secluded WC area
  • L’Occitane en Provence Bath du Body products
  • Plush Towels
  • Waffle Bathrobes and Slippers
  • Additional special amenities and services

Staterooms Category 2

151 ft² – Danube Deck

  • Individually decorated stateroom size: 151 sq. ft.
  • Infotainment center and satellite Flat Screen TV
  • Built in closet
  • Hairdryer
  • Safe
  • Bottled water
  • Marble bathroom with bath, shower & secluded WC area
  • L’Occitane en Provence Bath du Body products
  • Plush Towels
  • Waffle Bathrobes and Slippers
  • Additional special amenities and services

Staterooms Category 3

151 ft² – Danube Deck

  • Individually decorated stateroom size: 151 sq. ft.
  • Infotainment center and satellite Flat Screen TV
  • Built in closet
  • Hairdryer
  • Safe
  • Bottled water
  • Marble bathroom with bath, shower & secluded WC area
  • L’Occitane en Provence Bath du Body products
  • Plush Towels
  • Waffle Bathrobes and Slippers
  • Additional special amenities and services

Staterooms Category 4-5

151 ft² – Moselle Deck

  • Individually decorated stateroom size: 151 sq. ft.
  • Infotainment center and satellite Flat Screen TV
  • Built in closet
  • Hairdryer
  • Safe
  • Bottled water
  • Marble bathroom with bath, shower & secluded WC area
  • L’Occitane en Provence Bath du Body products
  • Plush Towels
  • Waffle Bathrobes and Slippers
  • Additional special amenities and services

DepartShipEmbarkFrom  
Apr 18River QueenAmsterdam£3589ACabin Upgrades
Lower DeckCat 5151 ft², Fixed Windows£3589  
Lower DeckCat 4151 ft², Fixed Windows£3659  
Middle DeckCat 3151 ft², Panoramic Windows£4149  
Middle DeckCat 2151 ft², Panoramic Windows£4289  
Upper DeckCat 1151 ft², French Balcony£4569  
Upper DeckSuite215 ft², French Balcony£8099  
Apr 30River QueenBasel£3799ACabin Upgrades
Lower DeckCat 5151 ft², Fixed Windows£3799  
Lower DeckCat 4151 ft², Fixed Windows£3869  
Middle DeckCat 3151 ft², Panoramic Windows£4359  
Middle DeckCat 2151 ft², Panoramic Windows£4499  
Upper DeckCat 1151 ft², French Balcony£4779  
Upper DeckSuite215 ft², French Balcony£8399  
May 12River QueenAmsterdam£5999Cabin Upgrades
Lower DeckCat 5151 ft², Fixed Windows£5999  
Lower DeckCat 4151 ft², Fixed Windows£6099  
Middle DeckCat 3151 ft², Panoramic Windows£6799  
Middle DeckCat 2151 ft², Panoramic Windows£6999  
Upper DeckCat 1151 ft², French Balcony£7399  
Upper DeckSuite215 ft², French Balcony£9099  
May 24River QueenBasel£5069Cabin Upgrades
Lower DeckCat 5151 ft², Fixed Windows£5069  
Lower DeckCat 4151 ft², Fixed Windows£5159  
Middle DeckCat 3151 ft², Panoramic Windows£5789  
Middle DeckCat 2151 ft², Panoramic Windows£5969  
Upper DeckCat 1151 ft², French Balcony£6329  
Upper DeckSuite215 ft², French Balcony£8699  
Jul 5River QueenAmsterdam£3799Cabin Upgrades
Lower DeckCat 5151 ft², Fixed Windows£3799  
Lower DeckCat 4151 ft², Fixed Windows£3869  
Middle DeckCat 3151 ft², Panoramic Windows£4359  
Middle DeckCat 2151 ft², Panoramic Windows£4499  
Upper DeckCat 1151 ft², French Balcony£4779  
Upper DeckSuite215 ft², French Balcony£8399  
Jul 17River QueenBasel£3799Cabin Upgrades
Lower DeckCat 5151 ft², Fixed Windows£3799  
Lower DeckCat 4151 ft², Fixed Windows£3869  
Middle DeckCat 3151 ft², Panoramic Windows£4359  
Middle DeckCat 2151 ft², Panoramic Windows£4499  
Upper DeckCat 1151 ft², French Balcony£4779  
Upper DeckSuite215 ft², French Balcony£8399  
Jul 29River QueenAmsterdam£3799ACabin Upgrades
Lower DeckCat 5151 ft², Fixed Windows£3799  
Lower DeckCat 4151 ft², Fixed Windows£3869  
Middle DeckCat 3151 ft², Panoramic Windows£4359  
Middle DeckCat 2151 ft², Panoramic Windows£4499  
Upper DeckCat 1151 ft², French Balcony£4779  
Upper DeckSuite215 ft², French Balcony£8399  
Aug 10River QueenBasel£3799Cabin Upgrades
Lower DeckCat 5151 ft², Fixed Windows£3799  
Lower DeckCat 4151 ft², Fixed Windows£3869  
Middle DeckCat 3151 ft², Panoramic Windows£4359  
Middle DeckCat 2151 ft², Panoramic Windows£4499  
Upper DeckCat 1151 ft², French Balcony£4779  
Upper DeckSuite215 ft², French Balcony£8399  
Aug 22River QueenAmsterdam£3799Cabin Upgrades
Lower DeckCat 5151 ft², Fixed Windows£3799  
Lower DeckCat 4151 ft², Fixed Windows£3869  
Middle DeckCat 3151 ft², Panoramic Windows£4359  
Middle DeckCat 2151 ft², Panoramic Windows£4499  
Upper DeckCat 1151 ft², French Balcony£4779  
Upper DeckSuite215 ft², French Balcony£8399  
Sep 3River QueenBasel£4009ACabin Upgrades
Lower DeckCat 5151 ft², Fixed Windows£4009  
Lower DeckCat 4151 ft², Fixed Windows£4079  
Middle DeckCat 3151 ft², Panoramic Windows£4569  
Middle DeckCat 2151 ft², Panoramic Windows£4709  
Upper DeckCat 1151 ft², French Balcony£4989  
Upper DeckSuite215 ft², French Balcony£8699  
Sep 15River QueenAmsterdam£5069Cabin Upgrades
Lower DeckCat 5151 ft², Fixed Windows£5069  
Lower DeckCat 4151 ft², Fixed Windows£5159  
Middle DeckCat 3151 ft², Panoramic Windows£5789  
Middle DeckCat 2151 ft², Panoramic Windows£5969  
Upper DeckCat 1151 ft², French Balcony£6329  
Upper DeckSuite215 ft², French Balcony£8699  
Sep 27River QueenBasel£4009Cabin Upgrades
Lower DeckCat 5151 ft², Fixed Windows£4009  
Lower DeckCat 4151 ft², Fixed Windows£4079  
Middle DeckCat 3151 ft², Panoramic Windows£4569  
Middle DeckCat 2151 ft², Panoramic Windows£4709  
Upper DeckCat 1151 ft², French Balcony£4989  
Upper DeckSuite215 ft², French Balcony£8699  
Oct 9River QueenAmsterdam£4009ACabin Upgrades
Lower DeckCat 5151 ft², Fixed Windows£4009  
Lower DeckCat 4151 ft², Fixed Windows£4079  
Middle DeckCat 3151 ft², Panoramic Windows£4569  
Middle DeckCat 2151 ft², Panoramic Windows£4709  
Upper DeckCat 1151 ft², French Balcony£4989  
Upper DeckSuite215 ft², French Balcony£8699  
Oct 21River QueenBasel£3589ACabin Upgrades
Lower DeckCat 5151 ft², Fixed Windows£3589  
Lower DeckCat 4151 ft², Fixed Windows£3659  
Middle DeckCat 3151 ft², Panoramic Windows£4149  
Middle DeckCat 2151 ft², Panoramic Windows£4289  
Upper DeckCat 1151 ft², French Balcony£4569  
Upper DeckSuite215 ft², French Balcony£8099  
Nov 2River QueenAmsterdam£3589ACabin Upgrades
Lower DeckCat 5151 ft², Fixed Windows£3589  
Lower DeckCat 4151 ft², Fixed Windows£3659  
Middle DeckCat 3151 ft², Panoramic Windows£4149  
Middle DeckCat 2151 ft², Panoramic Windows£4289  
Upper DeckCat 1151 ft², French Balcony£4569  
Upper DeckSuite215 ft², French Balcony£8099  


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