Germany's beautiful river landscape along the Moselle and Saar invite you to stay a while! If you come along on this eight-day tour you will have the chance to visit Saarburg, also known as "Small Venice". The city isn't the only highlight of the tour. There is much for romantics and people who simply love life to enjoy along the way – quaint timber-framed houses, vineyards, the Porta Nigra in Trier, and the river bend "Alte Saarschleife" just to name a few. As you cycle during the day, the river boat cruises down the river to meet you at your next destination as your accommodation for the night. And if you're not up to cycling, just stay on board.
Diese Reise ist noch nicht bewertet worden.
* Achtung: Es können Zusatzkosten entstehen, die nicht im Reisepreis enthalten sind.
- Accommodations for 7 nights in outer cabins
- Full-board incl. 7x breakfast, 6x lunch packet, coffee/tea in afternoon, 7x 3-course meal
- Welcome drink, wine tasting
- Daily tour presentation, guide
- Daily room service, bedding, and towels
- All harbour and passenger fees
- 1x Map and tour information packet per cabin, incl. maps and route descriptions
Daily programme and information subject to change, depending on meteorological and nautical situations.
Please let us know at time of booking if you have special dietary requirements. The surcharge of € 25,-/week/person for special requests is payable on-site.
Koblenz: Parking near the docks costs approx. € 10,-/week. There are approx. 100 spaces.
The return transfer from Saarburg to Koblenz costs approx. € 65,- (for groups of 4 or more). Reservations must be made at time of booking. The fee is payable on-site.
The MS Patria: Rustic and cosy river boat for 66 passengers, Restaurant & Bar (air-conditioned), partly covered sun deck with seating and bicycle storage. Main deck: 14 cabins, each with its own air-conditioning system (windows cannot be opened). Upper deck: 19 cabins (no air-conditioning; windows can be opened). All cabins are approx. 7 m² / 75 ft², have two single beds, and shower/WC.
Die Qualität der Radwege ist bestens. Der Mosel-Radweg verläuft meist auf befestigten bzw. asphaltierten Straßen ohne nennenswerte Steigungen. Daher ist diese Reise auch für ungeübte Radler gut geeignet.