The Great Rivers of Germany and France

The great rivers of Germany and France

The Moselle River

The Moselle, a tributary of the Rhine River, is famous for its picturesque scenery and most famous for being the wine-growing region of the Moselle River Valley. You'll cruise through lovely, wine villages perched on vine-clad steep slopes, and Medieval feeling towns which give the Moselle River region a very unique character. Along the river is a town called, Trier, which is the oldest town in Germany, over 2,000 years old. On your river cruise experience the hospitality of the locals and savor the world-famous Rieslings and culinary delights of the Moselle River Valley.