Canals, Vineyards, & Castles: Eight Day River Cruise

Remich to Amsterdam October 27-November 4, 2020

Join Missouri Life editors and publishers Danita and Greg Wood on this fantastic trip of a lifetime! Have you ever wanted to cruise the Rhine River? Or visit the castles that tower above it? Or walk the cobblestones in a 2,000-year-old city? Or taste German wines and brews in the areas that produce them? Then come along. You’ll be joining other Missourians as we travel through the heart of Europe on an eight-day cruise. This is Missouri Life’s fourth venture to Europe and we guarantee as memorable of a time as all the others were. We have a professional tour guide with us the entire time, along with other local tour guides, and we have created some exclusive shore excursions just for our group.

Cologne • Photo by Eric Weber

Here are just some of the highlights:

• Board the Avalon Suite Ship in Remich on the beautiful Moselle River.
• Take an excursion to Luxembourg City.
• Enjoy a guided walk in the charming wine village of Bernkastel and taste the wine produced there, too!
• Visit Reichsburg Castle, nestled among vineyards and offering breathtaking views of the town and river valley below. Sample the area’s wines!
• Cruise through the most beautiful stretch of the Rhine River where ancient castles stand on cliffs 400 feet above the water.
• Walk on the cobblestones of 2,000-year-old Cologne, known for its Gothic architecture and the twin-spired cathedral.
• Take a canal cruise on the elegant Grachten in Amsterdam, a 700-year-old city.

All this for only: $3399 (airfare is running $800) includes paid gratuities and all meals.

Amsterdam • Photo by Moritz Kindler

Click Here to Register there for a free webinar on October 9 at 7 PM.

You will learn more about the highlights of this amazing itinerary sailing through Luxembourg, Germany, and Holland along the Rhine and Moselle rivers. Those attending the webinar will receive a discounted ticket price. Travel Agent Pat Lane: 314-223-1224 or travelerslane@hotmail.com

Top photo by Phillip Glickman