Romantic Rhine & Moselle

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Experience the magic of Europe’s most romantic region with Scenic Freechoice on a journey from Amsterdam to Basel, with a choice of exciting activities to fully immerse you in these inviting destinations. 
  • Be seduced by beautiful World Heritage-listed Bruges
    Join a local guide and drive to the charming World Heritage City of Bruges (approx. 2hrs each way). Often referred to as the ‘Venice of the North’, be amazed by this fascinating little city with its pretty canals and intimate cobblestone streets. Please note: Due to uneven surfaces (cobblestone) and extensive walking this tour is recommended only for guests with a high degree of fitness.
  • City tour of Aachen
    Journey to Aachen for a guided city tour, where you can enjoy some free time to explore. Continue to the three countries point, where Belgium, Germany and the Netherlands meet and enjoy a coffee and cake.
  • Cycle through Veere
    Join your local guide as you ride though the village of Veere seeing all its key sights as well as the unspoilt natural beauty along the dykes in the surrounding area.
  • Cycling tour of Koblenz
    Ride along the Moselle and Rhine River on a guided cycling tour and cycle past many city attractions while learning the historic background of Koblenz from your local guide.
  • Discover Antwerp on a walking tour
    Learn about the famous Flemish painter, Peter Paul Rubens in Antwerp and visit his former residence as well as the cathedral where a number of his more important works are housed.
  • Discover the charming town of Düsseldorf
    Discover the charming town of Düsseldorf on a guided walking tour and taste the local Altbier, a type of beer brewed in Düsseldorf. Its name comes from it being top-fermented - an old method of beer production.
  • Enjoy a guided tour of Maastrict
    Take a guided walking tour through the historic cobblestone town centre of Holland's oldest fortified city. The city is distinguished by its medieval-era architecture and vibrant cultural scene.
  • Enjoy a guided tour through the quaint streets of Veere
    With a history stretching back to the15th century, discover many of the hundreds of heritage buildings on a guided tour through the quaint streets of Veere.
  • Enjoy wine tasting in the Kaiserstuhl region
    The Kaiserstuhl is of volcanic origin. Volcanic rocks make up a large part of the central and western Kaiserstuhl as a result of numerous volcanic eruptions over 16million years ago. Because of its loess covered volcanic soils, the Kaiserstuhl is known as a very good wine-producing region and today is a region of intense wine growing .During your visit, sample some of these delicious wines.
  • Explore the Arnhem Airborne Museum
    With a local guide, visit the Arnhem Airborne museum to learn about the Battle of Arnhem. The Airborne Experience allows you to follow in the footsteps of British parachutists as they make their way to Arnhem in September 1944 and to meet the cheering citizens who had been oppressed by the German occupiers for four long years.
  • Join a guided cycling tour of Düsseldorf
    Join your local guide for a tour around Düsseldorf. During your tour, you will see many of the famous attractions such as the Rhine Tower while cycling through this quaint town.
  • Join a historic tour of Heidelberg
    Explore this city by coach and see Heidelberg castle before joining a local guide on a walking tour taking in many sights such as the old town square. This will be followed by free time to explore. The walking tour is not too strenuous but there are some stairs and uneven ground.
  • Journey to Mittelbergheim
    Travel through the beautiful wine growing area of Alsace to the small wine growing village of Mittelbergheim, one of the prettiest towns in the Alsace, where you will get to experience the local wines in one of the local wine cellars before having free time to explore this enchanting little town.
  • Journey to the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg
    Travel from Bernkastel drive to Luxembourg with a local guide to discover the sights of Luxembourg on a walking tour. You will see all the main attractions of the historical city before enjoying some free time to discover the city your own way.
  • Orientation tour of Heidelberg
    Enjoy a brief walking tour of Heidelberg and then explore this historic city at leisure during your free time.
  • Take a guided bicycle tour of Nijmegen
    Join your fellow travellers on a biking tour to the neighbouring town of Nijmegen. Take in the beautiful countryside on this point to point biking tour.
  • Take a guided bike ride from Breisach
    For the more adventurous, join your guide and cycle the area of Black Forest to Freiburg where you’ll enjoy a cup of coffee and some delicious Black Forest Cake.
  • Take a guided tour of Koblenz
    Take a guided tour of this historic city, lapped by the waters of two of Europe’s most beautiful rivers. Learn the significance Koblenz has on European history by admiring sites such as the Basilica of St. Castor and the historic city hall.
  • Take a guided walk through Trier
    Discover this medieval town with your local guide seeing the Porta Nigra, one of the best preserved Roman gates in Germany and the Trier Cathedral.
  • Tour the Hockenheim Formula 1 race track
    For the petrol heads, travel to the town of Hockenheim, famous for its Formula 1 track. Discover where the magic happens and see the famous track and its impressive museum on an insider tour of the circuit.
  • Visit a local winery in Koblenz
    Visit a local winery for a guided tour and tastings of its finest wines. Enjoy learning about the wine making process while being surrounded by picture perfect scenery.
  • Visit beautiful Bernkastel
    Discover the town of Bernkastel settled on the banks of the Moselle River, where a local guide will explain the architecture and culture to you during a guided tour. You will also have some time at leisure to discover Bernkastel on your own.
  • Visit Holland's Delta Works
    Join an excursion from Veere to tour the Delta Works (approx.30 mins), a complex series of dams purposely created to protect the population on the Delta plain from flooding. Discover this impressive engineering feat along with one of the Storm Surge Barrier that make up the project.
  • Visit Peter Paul Rubens former home
    Learn about the famous Flemish painter, Peter Paul Rubens in Antwerp and visit his former residence as well as the cathedral where a number of his more important works are housed.
  • Visit Strasbourg
    Enjoy a guided walking tour of the charming town of Strasbourg, seeing many of the most important sights of the city including the Cathedral, Petit France and its many half-timbered houses. Strasbourg is located on the border of France and Germany and ownership of the town has changed hands many times between the 2 countries. Due to this Strasbourg is a unique mixture of both French and German architecture and culture.
  • Visit the Netherlands Open Air Museum
    Discover the stories and immerse yourself in life in Holland from years gone by. A local guide will take you on an exploration of this fascinating museum where you will see historic houses, mills and farmhouse replicated in the museum and learn about the Dutch work, customs and traditions.
  • Visit the Vogtsbauernhof Open Air Museum
    Journey to the Open Air Museum of Vogtsbauernhof and tour this fascinating Museum that showcases what life was like in the Black Forest throughout history. After, learn how to make the delicious Black Forest Cake and of course, sample a piece.
  • Visit the Zollverein industrial site
    Formerly the largest and most productive coal mine site in Europe, tour the impressive World Heritage listed Zollverein Coal Mine that has developed into a lively location with an international reputation for the arts, culture and creative enterprises, including a visit to the unique museum. Please note this tour involves a lot of walking and steep steps.

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