In 2020 it will be the Moselle. A small motor ship (with a capacity of 110 passengers), very agile, the MS Crucevita will inaugurate its first cruises. A cruise in the Moselle offers the opportunity to explore the historic cities and the wine villages par excellence. Its banks flanked by the ruins of ancient castles and incredibly steep terraced vineyards will take your breath away from what will surprise you. The river is 514 km long and has a basin of 28033 sq km. It flows through north-eastern France, western Germany and Luxembourg. It originates from the Vosges, from the flanks of the Alsace ball. Overall, it describes a large arch from the north-west to North to north east, in the heart of the French Rhine region.
From the Germanic forests of the Black Forest to the brackish waters of the sea (Black), the great river plows ten states and in almost three thousand kilometers draws landscapes that have always influenced the cultures of Mitteleuropa.
A cruise on the Danube is an opportunity to reunite or discover for the first time the authentic soul of Europe.
Every season is ideal to choose this type of travel, there are many offers of river cruises aboard limited-capacity motorboats where the guest has the opportunity to admire a wild nature and the typical fauna that characterize these places. For the month of October there is a fascinating 7-night tour on board the exclusive 4 star m/s Crucestar.
Starting from Fetesti, the Danube delta tour allows you to admire the landscape of the Dobrudge a region to discover its tumultuous history until you get to Tulcea – at the gates of the Delta. Absolutely not to be missed is the visit to Constance – the second largest port on the Black Sea, after Istanbul. Here you can learn about the history of this ancient city, dating back to the seventh century BC. and explore the most impressive stages. After a frugal lunch at the local restaurant, you can enjoy a well-deserved break in Mamaia, a Romanian summer resort called the “Pearl of the Black Sea“.
An opportunity for thousands of tourists to visit at modest prices, cities and architectures that, thanks to the reception of the 32 participating teams, benefited from a restyling and extraordinary maintenance.
Moscow, St. Petersburg, Nizhni Novgorod and other big cities of Russia have prepared themselves for this event to welcome fans and tourists coming from all over the world. The Italians pushed to admire their favorite football, in addition to being able to benefit from Russia without a visa, also have the opportunity to use free inter-city trains and all public transport in the host cities!
For those who are not fans but interested in discovering the country, they can benefit from an amazing cruise on board of MS Rostropovich, 5 *, the cruise ship that has most of the cabins with external balconies.
During the World Cup, this ship provides a longer stay in Moscow and St. Petersburg, to make its guests live an even more complete cultural experience in both capitals, through the following visits:
– The Hermitage State Museum with its impressive collection of world-famous masterpieces
– Fortress and Cathedral of Peter and Paul
– Peterhof Palace in St. Petersburg with its golden fountains
– Tretiakov Gallery in Moscow for true connoisseurs of Russian art
– Novodevichi Monastery, full of exciting medieval legends and stories!
Do not miss this opportunity to discover Russia!
The Austrians are much more festive than you think and the program from 11 May to 17 June 2018 in the capital Hapsburg is the confirmation. On this occasion, Vienna celebrates almost six weeks of music and performances. The historical theater is interpreted in all genres, as well as new approaches to world classics, performed by orchestra, conductors, theatrical producers and singers.
This original festival fills the city with joy, music and color: it is one of the most important cultural events in Europe and combines all the artistic disciplines, they are concentrated in these five weeks between spring and summer. Usually the festival is inaugurated in the open space in front of the Rathaus and attracts hundreds of visitors.
Austrians consider life as a celebration – they are particularly famous for fully enjoying their culture. Their calendar is full of world festivals throughout the year. Music is an important part of Austrian life – Austria’s other major cultural aspect has been excellent museums and art galleries, which are often located in historic buildings worthy of note or striking examples of cutting-edge architecture.
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Whether you are looking for gifts to fill your pantry or simply want to immerse yourself in the atmosphere, the Christmas markets of northern Europe always give you a captivating spell.
Even if snow is not always guaranteed, in these places it is always very likely. At the very least, you can expect a Christmas setting with traditional handmade decorations, along with the day and evening markets full of festive flavors and, if you’re lucky, the local choirs that offer the necessary soundtrack.
The advantage of choosing a river cruise is the opportunity to visit not only one, but several Christmas markets and, while surfing, see cities and villages decorated for the most glittering season of the year. The largest concentration of Christmas markets can be found navigating on river cruises selected by Crocemundo where the most beautiful and breathtaking places are concentrated!
Not to be missed, the Amsterdam Light Festival 2017 which this year, from 23 November 2017 to 28 January 2018, has in store, the exhibition of innovative and extraordinary works of art admirable right on the water along the canals. M/s Alemannia, departing on 3rd January, will give you the chance to discover Amsterdam and the most evocative places of Holland and Belgium.
Dusseldorf Being a small and charming city of Germany, Dusseldorf always surprises its visitors with the big Christmas markets, open until December 30th! Here, you will also have the opportunity to enjoy the Magic Sky music live in Jan-Wellem-Platz, the Fairy Tales Market with children’s programs at Schadowplatz and admire a 1,700-square-meter runway!
The stay in Dusseldorf can be appreciated on board MS Alemannia 3 * and MS Bellejour 4 * for cruises along the Rhine. The departures are scheduled for December 20 and 27, 2017 and January 3rd, 2018!
Heidelberg With only five squares in the old city, this city has “the most beautiful skating rink in Germany”, from where you can enjoy the most amazing view of the famous castle. Do not miss, in this place the opportunity to take a picture and collect likes on Instagram!
The MS Bellejour 4 *, starts on 20 December 2017 to touch Heidelberg Scating Rink and admire the Castle!
Strasbourg This city is called “The capital of Christmas” thanks to its markets, the oldest in France! This year open until December 30th!
On board of MS Bellejor or MS Alemannia departing on December 20 and 27 you will have the opportunity to admire and find the most original artifacts for Christmas gifts.