The Fabled Rhine: An Amsterdam to Basel River Cruise | Osher Marin Jewish Community Center

The Fabled Rhine: An Amsterdam to Basel River Cruise

May 2 - 9, 2021


    

Find inspiration in the romantic, soul-stirring beauty
Of the fabled Rhine on this 7-night cruise
aboard Uniworld’s S.S. Antoinette.
 
Get 2020 pricing, if booked prior to 12/31/19!

Flowers tumble from baskets lining streets of half-timbered houses, and lights glint off quiet canals. This mighty river carries ships and cargo through a landscape shaped by time & history. The spires of medieval churches & castles appear around each bend, and vineyards climb the verdant hillsides.

 Cruise along the Rhine – with, a one point, Germany on one side, France on the other. Discover Alsace, whose dual French and German heritage has given it fabulous food and a winemaking tradition that goes back to the Romans. Marvel at medieval castles that were once mighty fortresses and get an insider’s look at one of the only castles on the Rhine that has never been destroyed, Marksburg Castle. Visit historic cities, including ancient Cologne and picturesque Strasbourg; See splendid cathedrals and stroll through the fairytale town of Rüdesheim; and taste delightful white wines in the villages where the grapes are grown. Relax on the ship as it makes its way through the picturesque scenes and romantic landscapes that have inspired great poets, painters and composers alike.

 Escorted by James Sokol, our Rhine cruise will be a beautiful experience along one of the world’s most fabled waterways.

 
For Rhine cruise details & pricing, please contact

James Sokol at 415-444-8017 or jsokol@marinjcc.org

 Please Note:

Our Rhine Cruise can pair perfectly with either or both

of the following Osher Marin JCC’s Cultural Arts Trips

 
Dutch Treasures: Amsterdam & Beyond

(April tba-May 2, 2019)

 

Jewels of Paris

(May 9-18, 2019)

 
For details on these and other Cultural Arts Trips,

please contact James Sokol at 415-444-8017 or jsokol@marinjcc.org

 
Cultural Arts Trips offered by the Osher Marin JCC are open to all.

JCC Members and non-members; people of all backgrounds and faiths,

residents of Marin and beyond…

…all are invited to join in these enriching cultural programs.