The most famous landmark in Basel, with its strategic location on the Rhine, is the Münster, built from red sandstone in Romanesque and Gothic styles, which was originally a Catholic cathedral and now a reformed Protestant church.
The banks of the Rhine are dotted with medieval castles, historic villages and elegant cities, while the Moselle is characterised by its sweeping bends, terraced vineyards and wooded slopes.
Cruise these celebrated rivers through some of the most beautiful scenery in Germany, France and Switzerland.
On Jun 17, 2013 dep the ship is unable to dock in Winningen on days 12 & 13. The ship will depart Cochem early evening on day 12 to Koblenz where you will overnight and depart on day 13 at 1300 for Konigswinter as planned. A coach shuttle will be available on day 13 from Koblenz to Winningen.
Please note: The 27th May 2013 departure follows an alternative itinerary and visits the ports in a different order to that shown here. Please call for details.
Today you can join an optional excursion into the Black Forest with a boat trip on Lake Titisee.
Alternatively, sail along the Rhine to Basel in Switzerland.