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KD Rhine Pass from Cologne

Use the pass as a one way ticket to get from one city to another, or maybe you prefer to use it as a return trip to spend a day elsewhere along the river, the choice is yours! Starting from Cologne, you will be able to enjoy the stunning so-called "Siebengebirge".Without committing yourself to a certain route in advance, this pass would also allow you to enjoy the Rhine Valley with its numerous beautiful castles, endless vineyards, the Loreley and much, much more -- starting from Koblenz. This is a fantastic alternative to rail travel, while viewing the Rhine Valley from it's best vantage point - the Rhine itself!The Rhine Pass is valid on all scheduled KD day cruises between Cologne and Linz as well as Koblenz and Mainz, as well as the Moselle between Koblenz and Cochem except special theme cruises and cruises including gastronomic service.For a current timetable, please click 'View Additional Info'.

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Moselle Valley Guided Small-Group Tour from Frankfurt

You’ll be picked up from central Frankfurt in the morning for your day trip by coach to the Moselle Valley. Located about 1.5 hours away, Moselle is one of Germany’s most attractive river valleys, occupying a vast landscape across France, Germany, Luxembourg and Belgium whose history stretches back more than 2,000 years.On your drive, admire views of idyllic medieval villages lining the banks of the Moselle River, towered by old castles and framed by forests, meadows and some of the steepest terraced vineyards in Europe. Stop to visit the enchanting little towns of Cochem, Zell, Traben-Trarbach and Bernkastel-Kues for guided walking tours and free time. You’ll see how Moselle’s unspoiled nature contrasts flawlessly with the restored half-timbered houses, charming squares, narrow streets, twisting alleys, medieval churches, abbeys and palaces. Highlights include the impressive Art Nouveau architecture in Traben-Trarbach and the lovely market square Bernkastel-Kues. Every village tells a story, one that recalls the region's prominent status in Roman times, which you’ll learn all about from your guide. Listen to tips from your guide for local restaurants and eateries, and discover the best places to eat or taste the region’s famous Riesling wine in your free time. After your time in Bernkastel-Kues, board the coach and relax on the scenic drive back to Frankfurt.