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Colours of Autumn on the Moselle

October 2020

6 days from £549pp

Discover some of Germany’s oldest cities on an incredible voyage alone the beautiful Moselle river. Taste local wines in Cochem, visit charming Traben Trarbach and Bernkastel, see the sights of Piesport and Trier and take the opportunity to explore UNESCO-protected Luxembourg City.

  • Visit Cochem on the banks of the Moselle River
  • Spend time in the quaint town of Traben Trarbach
  • Be left in awe by Bernkastel
  • Enjoy an evening in Piesport
This autumn explore some of Germany’s oldest cities on this fascinating cruise along the picturesque Moselle river. We follow its course between Koblenz and Trier, through one of Europe’s most beautiful river valleys, where we will discover hillsides covered by terraced vineyards and ancient castle ruins overlooking quaint wine villages. Join our optional wine tasting excursion in Cochem, explore the ancient Roman region of Trier or simply stop and watch the world go by in some of Germany’s prettiest medieval market towns. With history and culture combined, this wonderful cruise aboard the MPS Lady Anne is the perfect autumnal break. 

Your Accommodation

MPS Lady Anne

Since 2002 Captain Wido has been welcoming guests aboard the popular MPS Lady Anne. The charismatic Dutchman and his handpicked crew are undoubtedly why guests fall in love with this small ship, returning year on year to cruise Europe’s waterways on this unique heritage vessel. Captain Wido has created a floating home from home with the emphasis on old-fashioned comfort rather than luxury. However, he runs a tight ship, and from the spotless brass furnishings and smart uniforms, to the well-presented meals and sparkling glassware, the crew’s attention to detail is second to none. Carrying just one hundred guests, MPS Lady Anne is a vessel that simply oozes authenticity, and for anyone looking to enjoy a friendly, relaxed atmosphere, she is the perfect ship to explore the Rhine and Moselle rivers, or the Dutch and Belgian waterways.