Taking a European river cruise is a great way of seeing the landscapes and towns of several different countries in one holiday and without any stress of organising transport yourself. For my Rhine River cruise with Lüftner Cruises I posted a day by day diary of everything that we enjoyed at The Online Travel Journal – do take a look at my series of 6 articles on Cruising the Rhine.
If you can’t see the map below, view it on my blog here
The Online Travel Journal also make maps for travel companies and they kindly created the one above to show all the places I visited on the cruise, so that you can get a feel for the distances and locations we covered.
If you click on each of the featured locations, you can see photos from the cruise and a link to the article for that location. Our cruise covered everything from the city of Strasbourg, the music museum at Rudesheim, wine tasting in Alsace to admiring the romantic castles and landscape of the Middle Rhine.
If you’re considering a Rhine River Cruise, the map should give you a good feel for the places you might visit and things to enjoy.
More Tales from my Rhine River Cruise
All aboard the Amadeus Princess – what to expect from your river cruise ship
Video – The Rudesheim Music Museum – Siegfried’s Mechanical Music Cabinet
From Riesling to Gewürztraminer – our wine tasting on the Alsace Wine Route
About Lüftner Cruises
My thanks to Lüftner Cruises who hosted our Rhine River Cruise – Lüftner Cruises specialise in European river cruises on the Rhine, Danube, Rhône and other destinations in Europe, with personal service and Austrian hospitality. You can also follow them on their Facebook Page. We travelled on the Amadeus Princess on a 7 day Classical Rhine Cruise which travelled from Basel to Amsterdam, although we disembarked at Cologne.
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