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Romantic Rhine

Itinerary, Prices and Dates


Amsterdam to Basel 8 Days

Tauck's MS Savor, Cruising the Rhine

"From one enchanting aspect to another in ceaseless procession... Never an unlovely one..." In the summer of 1878 Mark Twain settled his family in Heidelberg, where he wrote of the River Rhine... where mountains rise abruptly from the water's edge, ancient castles perch aloft, keeping watch over comings and goings, gentle valleys and ancient winelands lure, spas give respite, cathedrals speak to powerful times, plains and woods catch the eye, and a river travels - connecting centuries of history, cities of the arts and crossroads of thought

Discover the heritage and beauty of the River Rhine on this 7-night river cruise aboard one of Tauck's intimate riverboats. Visit the Netherlands, Germany, France and Switzerland, exploring regional delights in the historic cities, towns and countryside linked by the Rhine. Set your own pace with choices along the way: castle visits, bicycling, mountain heights, a spa resort and more.

What's Included

  • Duration 8 days, 7 night cruise
  • Transfers to and from airport and ship
  • 7-night, all inclusive, luxurious river cruise
  • Unlimited complimentry drinks onboard including fine wine, champagne, premium spirits beer and soft drinks, bottled water, tea & coffee
  • Multiple dining venues including a main dining room, aft bistro and al fresco dining on the sun deck
  • Open seating and flexible dining times
  • All cabins with twin or double beds, shower, hairdryer, toilet, TV and telephone
  • Included shore excursions with English speaking guides, as per itinerary (subject to change)
  • State-of-the-art Quietvox portable audio headset system on all excursions
  • All gratuities included
  • Onboard entertainment and insightful lectures
  • Services of 4 Tauck directors on board

Day 1: Amsterdam

Map of the Rhine, Main & Moselle Rivers
Map of the Rhine, Main & Moselle Rivers

A transfer is included from Schiphol International Airport or Amsterdam Centraal Station to your riverboat; check-in time aboard ship is 4:00 PM for all guests. After a discovery briefing where you'll hear about your river travels ahead, please join us for the captain's welcome reception followed by dinner aboard your riverboat to celebrate the start of a fantastic journey.
Included Meals D

Day 2: Canals, the Rijksmuseum and more in Amsterdam

In a city indelibly linked to water, it's fitting that your day begins with a cruise on its 17th-century grachten (canals) which fan out in crescent-shaped rings from the northern waterfront. On the drive to board your canal boat, you'll get an orientation to the city, which at its heart feels more like a village than the compact center of a cosmopolitan city. Landmarks include Centraal Station, built at the end of the 19th century and still a place in constant motion - with people, bicycles, trams and buses; De Waag (Weigh House), once a fortified gate that today houses a popular outdoor café; and the Mint Tower, a gate in the city wall (circa 1400) that marks the intersection of two canals, tram paths, a pedestrian-only shopping street, and the city flower market - an ever busy, ever interesting crossroads. Aboard the canal boat, you'll glide beneath curved bridges carrying walkers and cyclists - sometimes trams and cars - and by narrow merchant homes, whose goods were once pragmatically stored on the upper floors. After a guided visit to the famed Rijksmuseum - home to many works by Rembrandt and other old Dutch Masters - a drive to the old university town of Utrecht brings you back to your riverboat, and cruising through the gentile Dutch countryside begins!
Included Meals B L D

Day 3: A day well spent in historic Köln and a castle dinner

Overnight your riverboat crosses into Germany; after a full morning of cruising and lunch onboard, you'll arrive in Köln (Cologne), a city made a capital of a Roman province in 50 AD. Sightseeing begins with a guided tour of the immense twin-towered Kölner Dom (Cologne Cathedral), whose construction took a mere six centuries. Completed in 1880, UNESCO declared this Gothic "Dom" a World Heritage Site in 1995, recognizing its cultural value as "a testament to the longevity of faith." You'll explore this intimately scaled city by coach and on a walking tour, with an optional visit to the Romano-Germanic Museum adjacent to the cathedral (closed Mondays). The collection contains impressive examples of art, culture and everyday Roman life along the Rhine. Highlights include the Dionysus Mosaic, once the floor of a Roman banquet hall (which lies exactly where it was found in 1941, when workers were digging a World War II bomb shelter), the world's largest collection of Roman glass, and a miniature portrait of the Roman Emperor, Augustus. Following a bit of free time, travel to a private reception and dinner at Schloss Ehreshoven, a moated castle near Köln whose history dates back to the 14th century; now a charitable foundation, the 17th-century manor house was restored in the 1990s. Rejoin the riverboat tonight in Köln to continue your Amsterdam river cruise.
Included Meals B L D

Day 4: Discover Koblenz or go bicycling along the Rhine

Your riverboat arrives this morning in Koblenz. The city's roots go back to the Middle Ages, when its location made it a powerful one as the controller of trade along these major waterways. You may choose a morning of guided exploration of Koblenz, or a cycling excursion* along the Rheinradweg bicycle route. If you choose to explore Koblenz, your orientation tour includes a walk to Deutsches Eck - the "German Corner," where the Rhine and Moselle rivers meet - and a visit to Aldstadt (Old Town), a mix of delightful town squares, tucked-away corners, medieval churches, baroque residences and cozy wine taverns. Should you choose to go bicycling (a countrywide passion in Germany), you'll follow easy riverside trails through forest, meadows and Riesling winelands, taking in views of the passing pleasure boats and freighters. After lunch aboard the riverboat, the entire afternoon is spent cruising through the quiet Rhine River Valley, past small cities, churches, ancient walls and castles; enjoy dinner and other activities aboard the ship tonight.
Included Meals B L D

Day 5: Explore Speyer or Heidelberg and its famous castle Luxury Motorcoach Transfer

Following a morning spent cruising, arrive in Speyer early in the afternoon. For centuries the Rhine River was a major transport hub and a source of wealth for many - and Speyer was a town that thrived on trade in the 10th and 11th centuries when construction on its double-domed cathedral began. Today, you have a choice of exploring Speyer or Germany's oldest university town, Heidelberg. If you choose Speyer, your explorations begin at Speyers' impressive Technik Museum - home to exhibits dedicated to every form of technology that moves, from vintage cars to a Boeing 747 jumbo jet and a German U9 submarine that you can go inside, and the Russian BURAN space shuttle. Then walk to Speyer Cathedral, a UNESCO World Heritage Site; you may be surprised by its use of natural glass windows, which pre-dated the use of stained glass, and its roof made entirely of stone - the first ever in Europe. Alternatively, you may spend the afternoon on an excursion to Heidelberg, where narrow lanes, shops and pubs housed in 17th-century structures in the Altstadt are kept lively by the cadence of student life. On the hillside above the city, you'll visit the romantic ruins of Heidelberg Castle, celebrated in writing by many, including the German poet Goethe and Mark Twain, who both spent time here. Twain wrote about the striking red sandstone ruins of Schloss Heidelberg in A Tramp Abroad; they were a magnificent residence for Bavarian royalty from the 13th to 18th centuries. The castle is an imposing ensemble of buildings, from different architectural periods, surrounding a central courtyard; from its terrace and gardens, the sweeping views impress along with the feel of 600 years of history. This evening, return to the ship for dinner and some onboard entertainment.
Included Meals B L D

Day 6: Sightseeing in Strasbourg and, if you wish, Baden-Baden

You'll wake docked on the Rhine this morning, surrounded by the hills of southern Alsace, many checkered with vineyards. The day begins in the Alsatian cultural capital of Strasbourg, France. It is home to the charming canals and half-timbered houses of La Petite France, stately city residences, a Gothic cathedral, and plenty of winstubs, traditional Alsatian beer pubs. After a morning of sightseeing in Strasbourg, you may choose to stay in town or travel to the German spa resort town of Baden-Baden, on the edge of the Black Forest - where you can either take a walking tour then enjoy free time in this famed spa town, or choose to visit Caracalla Spa, a day devoted to wellness and relaxation. The spa resembles a glass temple, with facilities that include whirlpools, waterfalls, counter-current pools, massage jets and turquoise pools of warm water sourced from natural springs. Add in a sauna complex with both hot and cold rooms (some wellness treatments at additional cost) and you'll feel re-energized at the end of your visit. Return to the ship for dinner and an evening of cruising, as your Amsterdam river cruise winds its way closer to Basel.
Included Meals B L D

Day 7: Mt. Pilatus or wine tasting along the Alsatian wine route Luxury Motorcoach Transfer

Welcome to Switzerland! Mountain scenery, shimmering Lake Lucerne, and forests and meadows straight out of a picture book are in store for you today if you choose to join our excursion to Lucerne. In this "city of lights," landmarks include the Kappelbrucke, a covered wooden footbridge crossing the Reuss River that dates back to the 1330s, an octagonal Water Tower once used as a prison, narrow lanes and lovely squares, like the Kornmarkt, Weinmarkt and Hirschenplatz. In Altstadt Lucerne, narrow cobblestone lanes lead to town squares lined with houses painted with frescoes. From town, you'll head out for the heights of Mt. Pilatus aboard the world's steepest cogwheel train, climbing from Alpnachstad at the edge of Lake Lucerne to the very top (Oberhaupt) - nearly 7,000 ft. high. Getting to the top is definitely part of the fun, as you travel upward at a 48° angle, while soaking up views of Alpine meadows, and mountain streams, goats and flowers. Alternatively, you may prefer the pleasures of lunch and a wine tasting along the Alsatian wine route. If so, you'll head to Château Haut-Koenigsbourg, originally built in the 1200s on a rocky promontory high above the French Alsatian plains - an ideal spot for observing comings and going. Burned, abandoned and restored to its former glory in 1899, the castle presents a picture of a mountain fortress of the Middle Ages, brimming with beautiful details. Regardless of your choice, your day ends in Basel, which lies at the center of the "Three Corners," where France, Germany and Switzerland meet at the Rhine. On an orientation tour of this affluent and cultured city, you'll find green areas, parks, dozens of museums and art galleries, and chic restaurants. Along the Rhine Promenade, broad steps feature inviting cafés with views of the city skyline, dominated by the 14th-century Münster Cathedral. From the 16th-century town hall, painted in red and gold, to state-of-the-art works of architecture along the Rhine by internationally acclaimed architects like American Frank Gehry and Japan's Yoshio Taniguchi, you'll find a small city that has served as a major crossroads of travel and thought since the 15th century. Join us this evening for the captain's farewell reception followed by dinner aboard ship.
Included Meals B L D

Day 8: Basel

Disembark your riverboat this morning by 9:00 AM. A transfer is included from the riverboat to Basel's Euroairport Basel Mulhouse Freiburg or Basel SBB Bahnhof. Fly home anytime. Allow 3 hours for flight check-in. For guests wishing to spend more time in Basel, ask at booking about extending your stay with an additional hotel night at Tauck's hotel.
Included Meals B

Alternate Itinerary


Day 1: Basel

Map of the Rhine, Main & Moselle Rivers
Map of the Rhine, Main & Moselle Rivers

A transfer is included from Euroairport Basel Mulhouse Freiburg or Basel SBB Bahnhof to your riverboat for the start of your cruise; check-in for all guests aboard the riverboat is 4:00 PM. Meet your riverboat crew for a welcome briefing, then join us for a welcome dinner this evening.
Included Meals D

Day 2: Mt. Pilatus or wine tasting along the Alsatian wine route Luxury Motorcoach Transfer

Welcome to Switzerland! Mountain scenery, shimmering Lake Lucerne, and forests and meadows straight out of a picture book are in store for you today if you choose to join our excursion to Lucerne. In this "city of lights," landmarks include the Kappelbrucke, a covered wooden footbridge crossing the Reuss River that dates back to the 1330s, an octagonal Water Tower once used as a prison, narrow lanes and lovely squares, like the Kornmarkt, Weinmarkt and Hirschenplatz. In Altstadt Lucerne, narrow cobblestone lanes lead to town squares lined with houses painted with frescoes. From town, you'll head out for the heights of Mt. Pilatus aboard the world's steepest cogwheel train, climbing from Alpnachstad at the edge of Lake Lucerne to the very top (Oberhaupt) - nearly 7,000 ft. high. Getting to the top is definitely part of the fun, as you travel upward at a 48° angle, while soaking up views of Alpine meadows, and mountain streams, goats and flowers. Alternatively, you may prefer the pleasures of lunch and a wine tasting along the Alsatian wine route. If so, you'll head to Château Haut-Koenigsbourg, originally built in the 1200s on a rocky promontory high above the French Alsatian plains - an ideal spot for observing comings and going. Burned, abandoned and restored to its former glory in 1899, the castle presents a picture of a mountain fortress of the Middle Ages, brimming with beautiful details. Regardless of your choice, your day ends in Basel, which lies at the center of the "Three Corners," where France, Germany and Switzerland meet at the Rhine. On an orientation tour of this affluent and cultured city, you'll find green areas, parks, dozens of museums and art galleries, and chic restaurants. Along the Rhine Promenade, broad steps feature inviting cafés with views of the city skyline, dominated by the 14th-century Münster Cathedral. From the 16th-century town hall, painted in red and gold, to state-of-the-art works of architecture along the Rhine by internationally acclaimed architects like American Frank Gehry and Japan's Yoshio Taniguchi, you'll find a small city that has served as a major crossroads of travel and thought since the 15th century. Join us this evening for the captain's welcome reception followed by dinner aboard ship.
Included Meals B L D

Day 3: Sightseeing in Strasbourg and, if you wish, Baden-Baden

You'll wake docked on the Rhine this morning, surrounded by the hills of southern Alsace, many checkered with vineyards. The day begins in the Alsatian cultural capital of Strasbourg, France. It is home to the charming canals and half-timbered houses of La Petite France, stately city residences, a Gothic cathedral, and plenty of winstubs, traditional Alsatian beer pubs. After a morning of sightseeing in Strasbourg, you may choose to stay in town or travel to the German spa resort town of Baden-Baden, on the edge of the Black Forest - where you can either take a walking tour then enjoy free time in this famed spa town, or choose to visit Caracalla Spa, a day devoted to wellness and relaxation. The spa resembles a glass temple, with facilities that include whirlpools, waterfalls, counter-current pools, massage jets and turquoise pools of warm water sourced from natural springs. Add in a sauna complex with both hot and cold rooms (some wellness treatments at additional cost) and you'll feel re-energized at the end of your visit. Return to the ship for dinner and an evening of cruising.
Included Meals B L D

Day 4: Explore Speyer or Heidelberg and its famous castle Luxury Motorcoach Transfer

For centuries the Rhine River was a major transport hub and a source of wealth for many; today you'll have a choice of visiting Speyer, a town that thrived on trade in the 10th and 11th centuries when construction on its double-domed cathedral began, or Heidelberg. At Speyers' impressive Technik Museum, you'll find exhibits dedicated to every form of technology that moves, from vintage cars to a Boeing 747 jumbo jet and a German U9 submarine that you can go inside, and the Russian BURAN space shuttle. On a visit to Speyer Cathedral, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, you may be surprised by its use of natural glass windows, which pre-dated the use of stained glass, and its roof made entirely of stone - the first ever in Europe. Alternatively, you may spend the day on an excursion to Heidelberg, Germany's oldest university town. Narrow lanes, shops and pubs housed in 17th-century structures in the Altstadt are kept lively by the cadence of student life. On the hillside above the city, you'll visit the romantic ruins of Heidelberg Castle (Heidelberger Schloss), an imposing ensemble of buildings, from different architectural periods, surrounding a central courtyard; from its terrace and gardens, the sweeping views impress along with the feel of 600 years of history. Enjoy dinner back aboard your riverboat.
Included Meals B L D

Day 5: Discover Koblenz or go bicycling along the Rhine, then dine at a castle

As our Basel - Amsterdam river cruises continue, a morning of sailing precedes arrival in Koblenz. The city's roots go back to the Middle Ages, when its location made it a powerful one as the controller of trade along these major waterways. You may choose an afternoon of guided exploration of Koblenz, or a cycling excursion * along the Rheinradweg bicycle route. If you choose to explore Koblenz, your orientation tour includes a walk to Deutsches Eck - the "German Corner," where the Rhine and Moselle rivers meet - and a visit to Aldstadt, (Old Town), a mix of delightful town squares, tucked-away corners, medieval churches, baroque residences and cozy wine taverns. Should you choose to go bicycling (a countrywide passion in Germany), you'll follow easy riverside trails through forest, meadows and Riesling winelands, taking in views of the passing pleasure boats and freighters. The late afternoon is spent back onboard your riverboat, cruising through the quiet Rhine River Valley, past small cities, churches, ancient walls and castles. Early this evening, disembark for a private reception and dinner at Schloss Ehreshoven, a moated castle whose history dates back to the 14th century; now a charitable foundation, the 17th-century manor house was restored in the 1990s. Rejoin the riverboat tonight in Köln.
Included Meals B L D

Day 6: A day well spent in historic Köln

Sightseeing in Köln (Cologne) begins with a guided tour of the immense twin-towered Kölner Dom (Cologne Cathedral), whose construction took a mere six centuries. Completed in 1880, UNESCO declared this Gothic "Dom" a World Heritage Site in 1995, recognizing its cultural value as "a testament to the longevity of faith." You'll explore this intimately scaled city by coach and on a walking tour, with an optional visit to the Romano-Germanic Museum adjacent to the cathedral (closed Mondays). The collection contains impressive examples of art, culture and everyday Roman life along the Rhine. Highlights include the Dionysus Mosaic, once the floor of a Roman banquet hall (which lies exactly where it was found in 1941, when workers were digging a World War II bomb shelter), the world's largest collection of Roman glass, and a miniature portrait of the Roman Emperor, Augustus. Following lunch aboard the riverboat, depart Köln in the early afternoon as one of our newest Amsterdam river cruises sails toward its final days in the amazing Dutch capital.
Included Meals B L D

Day 7: Canals, the Rijksmuseum and more in Amsterdam

In a city indelibly linked to water, it's fitting that your day begins with a cruise on its 17th-century grachten (canals) which fan out in crescent-shaped rings from the northern waterfront. On the drive to board your canal boat, you'll get an orientation to the city, which at its heart feels more like a village than the compact center of a cosmopolitan city. Landmarks include Centraal Station, built at the end of the 19th century and still a place in constant motion - with people, bicycles, trams and buses; De Waag (Weigh House), once a fortified gate that today houses a popular outdoor café; and the Mint Tower, a gate in the city wall (circa 1400) that marks the intersection of two canals, tram paths, a pedestrian-only shopping street, and the city flower market - an ever busy, ever interesting crossroads. Aboard the canal boat, you'll glide beneath curved bridges carrying walkers and cyclists - sometimes trams and cars - and by narrow merchant homes, whose goods were once pragmatically stored on the upper floors. After a guided visit to the famed Rijksmuseum - home to many works by Rembrandt and other old Dutch Masters - return to your riverboat and cruise through the gentile Dutch countryside. Join us tonight for the Captain's farewell reception followed by dinner, a fitting finale to an fantastic week and one of the most amazing Amsterdam river cruises!
Included Meals B L D

Day 8: Amsterdam

Disembark your riverboat this morning by 9:00 AM. A transfer is included from the riverboat to Amsterdam's Schipol Airport or Centraal Station. Fly home anytime. Allow 3 hours for flight check-in. For guests wishing to spend more time in Amsterdam, ask at booking about extending your stay with an additional hotel night at Tauck's hotel.
Included Meals B


  • Included Meals  Included Meals - B: breakfast, L: lunch, D: dinner.

  • Tour or Transfer by Luxury Motorcoach  Transfer or Tour via Luxury Motorcoach

MS Inspire, Savor, Grace & Joy



Luxurious River Cruise Ships

Tauck exclusively charter these fabulous river cruise ships from Swiss operator Scylla. Designed to offer luxurious and elegant accommodation throughout with a contemporary European style. Tauck vessels carry fewer passengers than other comparablly sized ships, with more large suites on board. All of which contributes to an intimate, club like atmosphere on board

Onboard Features & Facilities

  • Spacious contemporary cabins and suites, most with French balconies
  • Full deck of suites
  • Sun deck with tables, chairs, loungers, jacuzzi and putting green
  • Elegant dining room with flexible dining times
  • Main Lounge with full-service bar and dance floor
  • Rear bistro, Arthur's, for alternative informal dining
  • Al fresco dining on the sun deck weather peritting
  • Fitness center and massage*
  • Complimentary Internet and Wi-Fi
  • Bicycles
  • Complimentary 24-hour specialty coffee and tea bar
  • 24-hour reception service
  • Elevator
  • Boutique*
  • Guest laundry*

* Payable locally.


Deck Plan

Tauck Inspiration class - deck plan
Click image to zoom


Luxurious cabins and Suites


All Cabins Feature

  • Hotel style beds that can be made up as twin or large doubles
  • 400-thread-count satin bed linens made from the finest combed cotton
  • Puffy white duvets and pillows of very fine mako cotton, with a hypoallergenic 90% down filling
  • 100% cotton blankets, temperature balancing and so soft to the skin
  • Thick pillow-top mattresses that lull you to sleep
  • Private marble bathrooms with Molton Brown bath and body products
  • Absorbent Terry cloth Robes, slippers and fluffy towels
  • Individual climate control
  • Telephone, safe, minibar & hair dryer
  • TV with complimentary movie and entertainment options
  • Generous built-in closets

Category 7 Suite, Diamond Deck

Tauck Inspiration Class - Cat 7

Additional Features

  • Size: 300 sq.ft.
  • Two floor-to-ceiling French balconies
  • Separate seating area with table, couch and 2 chairs
  • Large bathroom separate bath and shower
  • Breakfast room service
  • Coffee machine
  • Breakfast room service
  • Ironing board and iron
  • Pullout couch can provide accommodation for 2 children

Category 6 Cabin, Ruby Deck

Tauck Inspiration Class - Cat 5 & 6

Additional Features

  • Size: 225 sq.ft.
  • Floor-to-ceiling French balcony
  • 2 chairs, side table and desk

Category 5 Cabin, Ruby Deck

Tauck Inspiration Class - Cat 5 & 6

Additional Features

  • Size: 225 sq.ft.
  • Floor-to-ceiling French balcony
  • 2 chairs, side table and desk

Category 5 Cabin, Diamond Deck

Tauck Inspiration Class - Cat 3 & 4

Additional Features

  • Size: 190 sq.ft.
  • Floor-to-ceiling French balcony
  • 2 chairs, side table and desk

Category 4 Cabin, Ruby Deck

Tauck Inspiration Class - Cat 3 & 4

Additional Features

  • Size: 190 sq.ft.
  • Floor-to-ceiling French balcony
  • 2 chairs, side table and desk

Category 3 Cabin, Emerald Deck

Tauck Inspiration Class - Cat 2

Additional Features

  • Size: 225 sq.ft.
  • Extra large loft style windows
  • Raised seating area with 2 chairs and table

Category 2 Cabin, Ruby Deck

Tauck Inspiration Class - Cat 2

Additional Features

  • Size: 150 sq.ft.
  • Floor-to-ceiling French balcony
  • 2 chairs, side table and desk

Category 1 Cabin, Emerald Deck

Tauck Inspiration Class - Cat 1

Additional Features

  • Size: 150 sq.ft.
  • High level twin windows
  • 2 chairs, side table and desk

MS Esprit, Treasures, Swiss Jewel, Swiss Sapphire & Swiss Emerald



Luxurious River Cruise Ships

Tauck exclusively charter these fabulous river cruise ships from Swiss operator Scylla. Designed to offer luxurious and elegant accommodation throughout with a contemporary European style. Tauck vessels carry fewer passengers than other comparablly sized ships, with more large suites on board. All of which contributes to an intimate, club like atmosphere on board

Onboard Features & Facilities

  • Spacious contemporary cabins and suites, most with French balconies
  • Full deck of suites
  • Sun deck with tables, chairs, loungers, jacuzzi and putting green
  • Elegant dining room with flexible dining times
  • Main Lounge with full-service bar and dance floor
  • Rear bistro, Arthur's, for alternative informal dining
  • Al fresco dining on the sun deck weather peritting
  • Fitness center and massage*
  • Complimentary Internet and Wi-Fi
  • Bicycles
  • Complimentary 24-hour specialty coffee and tea bar
  • 24-hour reception service
  • Elevator
  • Boutique*
  • Guest laundry*

* Payable locally.


Deck Plan

Tauck Jewel class - deck plan
Click image to zoom


Luxurious cabins and Suites


All Cabins Feature

  • hotel style beds that can be made up as twin or large doubles
  • 400-thread-count satin bed linens made from the finest combed cotton
  • Puffy white duvets and pillows of very fine mako cotton, with a hypoallergenic 90% down filling
  • 100% cotton blankets, temperature balancing and so soft to the skin
  • Thick pillow-top mattresses that lull you to sleep
  • Private bathrooms with Molton Brown bath and body products
  • Absorbent Terry cloth Robes, slippers and fluffy towels
  • Individual climate control
  • Telephone, safe, minibar & hair dryer
  • TV with complimentary movie and entertainment options
  • Generous built-in closets

Category 7 Suites, Diamond Deck

Tauck Jewel Class - Cat 7

Additional Features

  • Size: 300 sq.ft.
  • Two floor-to-ceiling French balconies
  • Separate seating area with table, couch and 2 chairs
  • Large bathroom separate bath and shower
  • Breakfast room service
  • Coffee machine
  • Breakfast room service
  • Ironing board and iron
  • Pullout couch can provide accommodation for 2 children

Category 6 & 5 Cabins, Diamond & Ruby Decks

Tauck Jewel Class - Cat 5 & 6

Additional Features

  • Size: 183 sq.ft.
  • Floor-to-ceiling French balcony
  • 2 chairs, side table and desk

Category 3 & 4 Cabins, Ruby Deck

Tauck Jewel Class - Cat 3 & 4

Additional Features

  • Size: 150 sq.ft.
  • Floor-to-ceiling French balcony
  • 2 chairs, side table and desk

Category 2 Cabins, Emerald Deck

Tauck Jewel Class - Cat 2

Additional Features

  • Size: 183 sq.ft.
  • High level twin windows
  • 2 chairs, side table and desk

Category 1 Cabins, Emerald Deck

Tauck Jewel Class - Cat 1

Additional Features

  • Size: 150 sq.ft.
  • High level twin windows
  • 2 chairs, side table and desk

Unique Dining Experiences

Food is a important part of each day on tour and Tauck make every effort to ensure each meal is an experience built around you, whether on board or ashore. Unusually for River cruises the main dining room offers flexible dinning times for dinner rather than one large sitting for the entire ship, and a choice of dining venues onboard.

The Compass Rose, surrounded by panoramic windows, is the main dining room and serves guests for breakfast, lunch and dinnner.

Arthur's at the aft of the ship is a more casual, bistro style dining venue featuring a 180° opening glass wall. Classic favourites for lunch and dinner and alternative lighter breakfast are available.

A number of itineraries also include fantastic dining experiences off the river boat. Whether a trendy city restaurants or exclusive evening in a private royal palace you can rest assured you will have an experience to remember.

Al fresco dining is also available on the sundeck when the weather is fine.

Complimentary snacks are served from 10am to midnight with fresh fruit and cookies always available.

Tauck tours are truly all-inclusive with unlimited complimentary beverages onboard, including quality wines, premium spirits and champagne as well as coffee, tea, water and soft drinks.

Any special dietary needs can be accommodated with advance notice.

DepartShipCat 1Cat 2Cat 3Cat 4Cat 5Cat 6Cat 7
Apr 5MS Inspire£2825£3085£3385£3575£3965£4085£4415
Apr 12MS Grace£2825£3085£3385£3575£3965£4085£4415
May 1MS Inspire£3145£3405£3705£3895£4285£4405£4735
May 8MS Grace£3295£3555£3855£4045£4435£4555£4885
May 15MS Inspire£3405£3665£3965£4155£4545£4665£4995
Jun 3MS Grace£3405£3665£3965£4155£4545£4665£4995
Aug 13MS Inspire£2945£3205£3505£3695£4085£4205£4535
Sep 1MS Grace£3405£3665£3965£4155£4545£4665£4995
Oct 9MS Grace£3295£3555£3855£4045£4435£4555£4885
Oct 28MS Inspire£2825£3085£3385£3575£3965£4085£4415

Dates in blue denote cruises boarding in Basel

Single Occupancy Rates: No supplement for single travellers in Cat 1 cabins, Save £645 on Cat 4 & 5 on 6 Apr, 10 Jul & 20 Oct departures

Please call for latest prices and availability or Request a Callback ...

Prices are per person based on two sharing and are subject to availability at time of booking. Operators reserve the right to amend published prices prior to a confirmed booking being made.


polaroid style photo Amsterdam Keizersgracht

Extend Your Stay

Why not extend your stay with a few days in Amsterdam or Basel to explore what these beautiful parts of the world have to offer.

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