We invite you to travel aboard a Tauck European River Cruise in 2016… and experience firsthand what the readers of Travel + Leisure have voted the “World’s Best River Cruise Line” three out of the last four years. And we want you to know all about the exciting new touches that Tauck has planned for their award-winning river cruises in 2016!
WHAT'S NEW FOR 2016...
Two new Inspiration Class Riverboats – ms Joy and ms Grace – join Tauck’s fleet Like Tauck’s other Inspiration Class ships introduced in 2014, the new-for-2016 ms Grace and ms Joy will carry far fewer passengers – just 130 guests – yet will have far more director-level staff than ships of the same size operated by other river cruise lines. The new 443-foot-long riverboats also feature Tauck’s award-winning “loft” cabins, designed to allow more fresh air and natural light into the lower deck. ms Joy will operate exclusively on the Danube, while ms Grace will cruise along the Rhine.
New Rhine River Cruise for 2016! – The Rhine, Swiss Alps & Amsterdam 10 days including a 7-night cruise aboard a Tauck Inspiration Class Riverboat
Tauck’s newest river cruise combines a two-night stay in Berne, the capital of Switzerland, visiting the Jungfrau, “the Top of Europe,” and the Swiss Alps with a weeklong castle-rich Rhine River cruise between Basel and Amsterdam. Explore Switzerland, Germany, France and the Netherlands – discovering historic cities and quaint towns including Berne, Lucerne, Stuttgart, Rudesheim, Bonn, Köln, Dordrecht, Colmar and Amsterdam.
Exciting new enhancements to popular Tauck river cruises throughout Europe Tauck has added exclusive new destination experiences to many of their river cruises’ included shore excursions, including special evenings at venues like these:
Château du Taillis – A charming Normandy château built in the 1500s atop the foundations of a 13th-century fortress, surrounded by lush grounds reflecting the grandeur and spirit of classic 18th-century parklands. Featured on Rendezvous on the Seine
Château de Bizy – Inspired by the grandeur of Versailles, this Royal Château in Normandy was built by France’s last king, and is owned by descendants of Napoleon’s family, who live here to this day.
Featured on Cruising the Seine plus Versailles, Paris & London
Schloss Ehreshoven – This moated castle in Germany dates back to the 14th century; now a charitable foundation, the 17th-century manor house was restored in the 1990s.
Featured on The Romantic Rhine and The Rhine, Swiss Alps & Amsterdam
Schloss Johanissberg or Burg Schwarzenstein – Perched in the mountains amidst vineyards overlooking the Rhine near Wiesbaden, Germany, these historic venues have been producing noted wines for hundreds of years. Featured on The Rhine and Moselle
We also like to invite you to take a look at the select 2016 Tauck European River Cruise departures featured below, and then call us for details.
We look forward to sending you on an award-winning Tauck River Cruise in 2016!