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River Rhine and Wines (Self Drive)

10 to 15+ Nights from $1,741*
* This sample price: priced within the past 7 days for arrival on 11/2/2024, departure from Philadelphia PHL (PA), US. Choose your own departure city and dates.

This 10 night sample itinerary includes:

  • Hotel for 2 nights in Frankfurt
  • Car rental for 9 days
  • Hotel for 2 nights in Mainz
  • Hotel for 1 night in Koblenz
  • Hotel for 2 nights in Bonn
  • Hotel for 1 night in Cologne
  • Hotel for 2 nights in Dusseldorf
  • Driving Time
    Frankfurt - Mainz: 45 mins. approx.
    Mainz - Koblenz: 1 hr. 10 mins. approx.
    Koblenz - Bonn: 55 mins. approx.
    Bonn -Cologne: 35 mins. approx.
    Cologne - Dusseldorf: 45 mins. approx.

Take an exciting, unforgettable vacation driving along Germany with this customizable package!. Begin your adventure in Frankfurt (known for its famous for its buzzing nightlife, diversity, historic old town, and its cultural wealth), continue to Mainz (known for its old town, medieval market squares, the Gutenberg printing press and Germany's wine capital) and after that, to Koblenz (known for its monument at Deutsches Eck or the "German Corner"). Continue to Bonn (a city in western Germany straddling the Rhine river, known for the birthplace of composer’s Beethoven), then, Cologne (famous for its 12 great Romanesque churches, especially the magnificent Cologne Cathedral) and lastly, Dusseldorf (t's the fashion capital of Germany and is renowned for its arts and music). This is a flexible vacation package. Select your number of nights in each city, desired hotel and activities.

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  • Frankfurt

  • Mainz

  • Koblenz

  • Bonn

  • Cologne

  • Dusseldorf

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Trip Summary

  • Frankfurt

    Frankfurt is the financial capital of Germany, and for many travelers, the gateway to Europe. A closer look reveals there is much more to offer; from arts, outdoors, and shopping, to historic building and high-rises. Frankfurt has also long been an important center for cultural and tourism activities. Its huge trade fair complex, Messe Frankfurt, hosts important events such as the Frankfurt Book Fair (the world's most important publishing event). The city is known for its exceptional number of fine museums covering art, science, and history. The Romerberg, Museum District (Museumsufer), The Palm Garden (Palmengarten), St. Bartholomew's Cathedral, The Hauptwache, Goethe House and Museum, The Frankfurt Museum of Modern Art, Zoo Frankfurt, Stadel Museum, and so much more!

  • Mainz

    This city situated on the Rhine has a rich history, started with the Romans coming here 38 B.C. The 2000 years heritage is revealed by both Roman relics and the impressive baroque palaces and churches built by talented architects and sculptors in the 17th century. The religion always occupied an important role in Mainz and a living proof is the cathedral dominating the Markplatz in the Altstadt (old town). The tourists may notice a remarkable, careful reconstruction after the air raids in 1945.

    Explore Biebrich Palace, Kurfürstliches Schloss, Kunsthalle Mainz, Schloss Park, Zollhafen Mainz, and so much more!

  • Koblenz

    Koblenz has a rich history, starting over 2000 years ago. The city is surrounded by four low-mountain ranges and forms a triangle of the Moselle and Rhine rivers. Directly where Rhine River meets the Moselle River is one of its major landmarks, the so-called German Corner (Deutsches Eck). On top of the hill at the Rhine shore the old fortress Ehrenbreitstein overlooks Koblenz and the German Corner. Strolling around the Old Town feels like walking in an open air museum. The many statues and monuments on the squares around town are evidence of the long history that the city is known for, a must-see for all visitors. Visit the Church of Our Lady, German Corner (Deutsches Eck), Fortress (Festung) Ehrenbreitstein, Deutschherrenhaus, Koblenz Palace, Deutscher Kaiser, Schängelbrunnen, Görresplatz, Florinsmarkt, Jesuitenplatz, and so much more!

  • Bonn

    The former capital of West Germany, Bonn is situated in the largest German metropolitan area, close to Cologne, Dusseldorf, Dortmund and others. The city is famous for being the birthplace of Ludwig van Beethoven and the location of many United Nations institutions. A charming small city of some 310,000 on the banks of the Rhine River – has much to offer in the way of historical sites and attractions.

    Visit and discover the Bonn Minster, Beethoven-Haus, Bonn Botanic Gardens and Poppelsdorf Palace, Old Town Hall and Market Square, Museum Mile, The Art and Exhibition Hall, Bonn Museum of Modern Art, Rhine River Promenade, River Boat Cruise, and so much more.

  • Cologne

    The world feels at home in Cologne, where people meet to enjoy a Kölsch. (Kölsch is a language, a philosophy of life and also the popular local beer.) The largest city in the Rhineland, Cologne is rich in antiquity. There is much to see from every period of the city's two millennia history: from the old Roman towers to the modern opera house. Cologne is also a bustling modern city with a decent shot at becoming the fine-art capital of Germany. The city of Cologne is also a center for art and culture, hosting several major art and music festivals.

    Visit Cologne Cathedral, Ludwig Museum, Romano-Germanic Museum, Wallraf-Richartz Museum, Cologne`s Old Town, Groß St. Martin, St. Maria im Kapitol, KölnTriangle, National Socialism Documentation Center, and so much more!

  • Dusseldorf

    Badly destroyed during the war, Düsseldorf was carefully reconstructed and became the richest economic center in Germany. A relaxing walk along the Rhine or a panoramic view from the Rhine Tower will allow you to admire a "compact" city, where the modern downtown is nearby the Altstadt (Old Town) and the skyscrapers, banks and offices contrasts with the old castles and churches. The open-air pedestrian mall in the Old Town is remarkable by "the longest bar in the world" (over 250 pubs and taverns).

    Explore the Rhine River, The `Altbier` (Beer), Köningsallee Shopping Street, Museum Kunstpalast, Rheinturm (Rhine Tower), Kaiserswerth District, Tour the Altstadt (Old Town), Explore Media Harbor, The many museums, and so much more!

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