3 nights onboard MS La Boheme

Fall Festival: Legends, Festivities, and Delicacies on the Romantic Rhine River

The romantic Rhine Valley offers fairytale-like landscapes dotted with castles, rolling vineyards, and picturesque villages.
Leaving from: Strasbourg
Cruise ship: MS La Boheme
Visiting: Strasbourg Oberwesel Bingen am Rhein Rüdesheim am Rhein
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Known for its river cruises, CroisiEurope also offers ocean voyages on two small ships. Guests boarding the 130-passenger La Belle des Oceans (formerly Silversea's Silver Discoverer) can follow in Napoleon's footsteps, visit the hilltop villages of Balagne, and enjoy dinner at a traditional inn. Meanwhile, the 197-guest La Belle de l'Adriatique offers itineraries that take in local traditions.

158
Passengers
25
Crew
1995
Launched
2011
Last refit
15000t
Tonnage
110m
Length
10m
Width
9kts
Speed
3
Decks
EUR
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Cruise Itinerary
Day 1
Strasbourg, France
Day 2
Oberwesel, Germany
Day 2
Bingen am Rhein, Germany
Days 2 - 3
Rüdesheim am Rhein, Germany
Day 3
Mannheim, Germany
Day 4
Strasbourg, France
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Day 1
Strasbourg, France
Oberwesel, Germany image
Day 2
Oberwesel, Germany
Bingen am Rhein, Germany image
Day 2
Bingen am Rhein, Germany
Rüdesheim am Rhein, Germany image
Days 2 - 3
Rüdesheim am Rhein, Germany
Rudesheim am Rhine is a town in the Rhine Valley in Germany and part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Rhine Gorge. It is known for its production of Riesling wine and has been popular for its wine making since ancient times. The Medieval Bromserburg Castle is home to the Rheingau Wine Museum and wine is a crucial part of Rudesheimer culture. The town is surrounded with vineyards and wineries, as well as many local wine bars and seasonal wine taverns. Wine tasting is a must do in Rudesheim and dining out is a great accompaniment. The local cuisine is seasonal and is closely intertwined with the wine growing traditions together with soups such as Zwiebelkuchen, Handkäs mit Musik and Spundekäs. Nordic Walking is popular around town, with five adventure trails around the vicinity, as well as many popular cycling routes. Great views of the town can be found from the water, the cable car to Niederwald Monument and the Monument itself. Old Town has the best examples of the town’s architecture with Eagle Tower, Oberstrasse and Rheinstein Castle some key sites to visit.
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Day 3
Mannheim, Germany
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Day 4
Strasbourg, France
Ship Details
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MS La Boheme

It is the title of an opera by Giacomo Puccini and a song by Charles Aznavour, but also the name of a historic region of central Europe, famous for its crystal. The MS La Bohème sails on the Danube and the Rhine, taking cruise passengers to meet the many wonders offered by these two romantic rivers.

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