7 Night Cruise sailing from Cologne roundtrip aboard A-Rosa Aqua.
The modern cruise ships of A-ROSA offer a lot of open space. At 125 to 135 metres, the ships spend space for various activities and a generous design of the public areas. The roomy cabins are air-conditioned, sometimes with French balcony, elegant and comfortably furnished.
Whether your idea of luxury is a round of golf on deck or a comfortable room, A-ROSA offers exclusive relaxation to suit every taste. In the spacious cabins, with an area of up to 16.5 m², you can relax completely and enjoy the view from the French balcony. If you haven’t had enough of basking in the pleasure of doing absolutely nothing, you can relax on the sun deck by the pool or in the SPA-ROSA. There is also no shortage of culinary treats on board. The extensive selection of delicacies includes Mediterranean cuisine and regional specialties, and they are always presented perfectly – with display cooking or dinner on deck. In a nutshell, the state-of-the-art river boats offer you indulgence of the highest order.
Enjoy simply drifting along on the expansive sun deck. Comfortable loungers and a large sun canopy make it the perfect place to relax. While you lean back and read a book, the crew will pamper you with refreshing drinks. You also have the option to remain active: you can swim in the pool as the landscape drifts by, improve your handicap on the putting green or play a round of shuffleboard with other guests. There are countless options for ways to spend your days on deck – and your nights too.
Highlights of this cruise:
We will set off on our exciting Rhine cruise from here, heading for the northern or the southern Rhine. But you shouldn’t miss out on the opportunity to explore this cathedral city, with its wealth of monuments and attractions. The best way is to arrive the day before your cruise departs, so that you can relax – or simply extend your stay in Cologne after the cruise has ended.
Welcome to the Upper Rhine. Speyer is over 2,000 years old and occupies a strategic location on a low terrace beside the river. It is Germany’s oldest planned medieval town. Speyer’s most prominent monument is its cathedral. As one of the country’s most important High Romanesque cathedrals, it is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. You are sure to have an enjoyable day in Speyer.
Mainz bleibt Mainz (or ‘Mainz is always Mainz’) is more than a carnival motto. It is an expression of the easy-going way of life that makes the locals proud of their city, makes it easy for non-locals to settle in and helps visitors to enjoy their stay here. With 2,000 years of history, Mainz is not just one of the oldest cities in Germany – it is also a place where you can see history come alive wherever you turn.
Bonn, located at the heart of North Rhine-Westphalia, used to be the capital of the Federal Republic of Germany. As a seat of government, it is where many important policies were made. Make the most of the excursions on your Rhine cruise to experience the best of this 2,000-year-old city with a very eventful past. Highlights include the house where Beethoven was born and the magnificent buildings that date back to the prince-electors’ era.
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