Dominating the skyline, this iconic tower offers panoramic views of Düsseldorf. Its sleek design and futuristic observation deck make it a true architectural gem, providing an unrivaled vantage point to admire the city's beauty.
A striking blend of modernity and innovation, Media Harbor boasts avant-garde buildings that house media companies and restaurants. The Gehry Buildings, designed by Frank Gehry, are a standout feature, showcasing his signature playful and dynamic architecture.
Immerse yourself in history as you stroll through the cobblestone streets of Altstadt. Discover charming shops, centuries-old pubs, and landmarks like St. Lambertus Basilica—a splendid example of Gothic architecture—mirroring the city's rich heritage.
A regal masterpiece, this ornate palace surrounded by meticulously landscaped gardens exudes opulence. Delve into the aristocratic past as you explore the lavish interiors and explore the serene parklands that envelope this architectural marvel.
Perched majestically atop a hill, this medieval castle offers breathtaking views of the Moselle River. Its fairy-tale-like appearance and well-preserved interiors provide a captivating journey through time, offering a glimpse into the region's rich history.
A charming riverside path that meanders along the Moselle, adorned with vibrant flowers and historic architecture. Stroll along the promenade to soak in the serene ambiance and admire the picturesque landscape of Cochem.
Immerse yourself in the town's medieval charm as you wander through cobblestone streets. Colorful half-timbered houses, quaint shops, and traditional cafes create a delightful atmosphere that transports you to a bygone era.
A remarkable example of Romanesque architecture, this church's stunning interior and intricate design make it a cultural treasure. Its serene ambiance provides a peaceful space for reflecting and appreciating architectural beauty.
Just a short train ride from Düsseldorf, Cologne is famous for its stunning Cologne Cathedral (Kölner Dom), a UNESCO World Heritage site. Explore its historic old town, visit museums like the Museum Ludwig, and enjoy the vibrant cultural scene.
The birthplace of Beethoven and the former capital of West Germany, Bonn offers a rich history and charming ambiance. Visit Beethoven House, explore the picturesque old town, and discover the Museum Mile with its diverse cultural institutions.
Positioned at the confluence of the Rhine and Moselle rivers, Koblenz boasts the impressive Ehrenbreitstein Fortress, reached by a cable car ride. Stroll along the Deutsches Eck (German Corner), where the two rivers meet, and enjoy the city's scenic beauty.
This charming town in the Rhine Gorge is famous for its wine culture and the Drosselgasse, a narrow lane lined with restaurants, wine taverns, and shops. Take a ride on the charming Niederwald Cable Car for panoramic views.
As one of Germany's oldest cities, Trier boasts impressive Roman ruins, including the Porta Nigra gate, the Roman Amphitheater, and the UNESCO-listed Trier Cathedral. Explore its charming squares and soak in its rich history.
This charming twin town is known for its well-preserved half-timbered houses and the iconic Spitzhäuschen (pointed house). The Market Square is a hub of activity, and the surrounding vineyards add to the scenic allure.
Renowned for its Jugendstil (Art Nouveau) architecture, this town offers an elegant atmosphere. Visit the Buddha Museum and explore its underground wine cellars, adding a unique touch to your Moselle experience.
Often called the "Sleeping Beauty of the Moselle," Beilstein is a small, enchanting town with narrow streets, historic buildings, and the Castle Metternich ruins overlooking the river.
The Dusseldorf cruise experience is of 1 hour.
The Cochem cruise experience is of roughly an hour.
Different time slots are available for Dusseldorf and Cochem cruises from 10:30 AM to 6 PM.
You can reach the cruise boarding point via bus or subway.
You can reach the Cochem cruise boarding point via train.
The Dusseldorf cruise boarding point is the KD Ticket Office, Dusseldorf.
The Cochem cruise boarding point is the KD Ticket Office, opposite Hotel Muller.
You can take bus line 726 to reach D-Alter Hafen, a brisk 4-minute walk from the boarding point.
Hop on subway lines U71, U72, U73, or U74 to reach D-Heinrich-Heine-Allee U, a 5-minute walk from the cruise boarding point.
Train line IC5106, RE1, or RE11 will take you to Cochem, 10 minutes from the cruise boarding point.
A Dusseldorf cruise lasts around 1 hour.
Cochem cruises typically last for an hour.
Yes, booking online in advance is recommended, especially during peak seasons.
Yes, audio commentary is available in English and German, offering insights into the landmarks.
Generally, food and drinks are not allowed on the cruise but can be purchased onboard (at least for the Cochem cruise).
Yes, children are welcome on the cruise.
Yes, guide dogs and pets are generally allowed on the cruise.
Yes, the cruises provide restroom facilities for passengers.
Free WiFi is available onboard for both cruises.