TUI River Cruises unveils plans for summer 2023 | New
TUI River Cruises has announced its summer 2023 program, which will go on sale from today.
Three new routes will be added to the crossings, bringing the total number available to customers to 21, with a range of durations ranging from three to 14 nights.
The river cruise company, launched in August, will add two new routes on the Rhine and one on the Main.
Legends of the Rhine, North Rhine & The Netherlands Explorer, and Jewels of Germany will all cruise the Rhine, visiting popular German hot spots such as Frankfurt, Düsseldorf and Cologne, as well as lesser-known destinations such as Boppard, Koblenz and Oberwesel.
The Legends of the Rhine route will stop at the new stopover of the river cruise company, Andernach.
A perfect town set in the middle of the Rhine Valley, home to an impressive tower that has watched the town since the 15th century.
Guests sailing on August 4, the Legend of the Rhine route can experience the 1000 Lights Festival with live bands and live music performances during the day and a spectacular fireworks display in the evening which can be seen throughout. splendor from the upper deck of the ship.
Guests sailing on July 23 can enjoy the Mainz Summer Festival of Lights, where the riverside promenade will be lined with food and souvenir stalls accompanied by live music and fireworks after sunset. .
The Bavarian Discovery Itinerary will be an Oktoberfest-themed navigation from Frankfurt including eight ports of call in Germany – Wertheim, Würzburg, Marktbreit, Bamberg, Nuremberg, Boppard, Regensburg and Passau.
Guest experts will organize beer tastings on board as well as conferences.
Guests will also enjoy onshore beer-focused experiences, brewery tours and tasting tours.
Following the successful launch of the new river cruise line with the christening of the TUI Maya this summer, its sister ship, the TUI Skyla, will set sail on the Gui & Rhine route later this month with its inaugural sailing on 23 November.
The third vessel, the TUI Isla, will complete the fleet next spring.