Arrive at campsite south of Cologne and enjoy a three-course welcome meal with your fellow tourers and Tour Escort.
2 nights at Cologne campsite.
Coach excursion to Cologne to visit sights including the city hall and Gothic cathedral, which took 632 years to build and dominates the skyline. You will also get to savour the German tradition of 'kaffee und kuchen' as you taste rich cakes and pastries with fresh coffee in an elegant setting. Lunch is payable locally when you can also enjoy a stroll along Cologne's pedestrianised high street.
Travel through the Middle Rhine Valley to campsite in Koblenz (62 miles). Why not stop at the former capital, Bonn, or take the motorway and visit the Maria Laach monastery on your way? The world's highest cold water geyser can also be found at Andernach.
3 nights at Koblenz campsite
Coach excursion to Koblenz. Enjoy fantastic views from the Ehrenbreitstein fortress, then take the cable car down to discover the old town with a guide learning about the historical conflicts with France and Koblenz as an army town.
Day at leisure to relax on site or take the small ferry across the river to re-visit Koblenz.
The next drive to Kastellaun (38 miles) will offer picturesque views of the valleys and you can stop at Boppard or visit some of the many castles overlooking the river.
4 nights at Kastellaun campsite.
Coach excursion to explore the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Middle Rhine Valley. Stops include Loreley Rock which towers 194 metres above the Rhine, the picturesque town of Bacharach - where a local guide will tell us about its history and wine region - and Rudesheim. A wine tasting and three-course lunch are also included in the day.
Day at leisure before meeting up in the early evening to visit Oberwesel where the wine festival takes place, followed by the 'Rhine in Flames' fireworks with music after dusk. Return late evening.
Day at leisure to relax and enjoy the tranquil atmosphere of Sundays in Germany. The campsite is next to a disused rail track turned into a cycle path, or you can take a walk to Kastellaun or nearby forest.
Drive to campsite on the river banks of
the Moselle just north of Cochem (30 miles) - stopping at Mörsdorf, home to the Geyerlay suspension bridge that could claim until recently to be Germany's longest suspension bridge. A village in Eastern Germany has now built one slightly longer by two metres.
2 nights at Cochem campsite.
Coach excursion to Cochem for a guided visit of the old town and the Reichsburg castle rebuilt in the 19th century. Enjoy a three-course meal at the castle.
Travel to campsite in Bernkastel-Kues (50 miles), with the chance to visit a number of places en route, including the pretty town of Traben-Trabach and its early 20th century art deco architecture or Klostern Machern, which features a small museum dedicated to toys and religious icons.
2 nights at Bernkastel-Kues campsite.
Take your bicycle along or be taken in by taxi to nearby Bernkastel for a guided visit of the old town with its wooden framed houses and small squares. There will be free time for you to go up to the castle, visit the wine museum or just enjoy the town's souvenir shops, wine-tasting rooms and eateries.
Drive to final campsite in Riol (30 miles), heading along the 'Roman wine road,' where you can take a detour to visit Neumagen, the oldest wine village in Germany. Once on site in Riol you can join us for a short walk to a nearby vintner for a wine tasting.
2 nights at Riol campsite.
Coach excursion to Trier for a guided tour of the oldest town in Germany and birthplace of Karl Marx, where highlights include the cathedral, basilica and the Roman baths. Lunch is payable locally and you will have free time to explore the market and side streets. There will be a farewell three-course meal and a drink in the evening.
End of tour arrangements. Your Tour Specialist can recommend and book other sites for your return journey.
Approximate tour mileage: 210
Driving rating: GREEN. This tour has a low mileage and easy drives on good German roads.
Mobility rating: MODERATE. Will include sections of walking on uneven terrain such as cobblestones, walking up some slopes, getting on and off coaches.
- Tour site fees including electricity and tourist tax
- Services of English-speaking German Tour Escort
- Sightseeing programme, local guides and entry fees as described in the itinerary
- Meals and drinks as mentioned in the itinerary
- Travel pack with campsite directions
- Tour pennon
- Name badges and itinerary
- Map of Germany
What’s not included
- Return ferry crossing from the UK. Please ask for a quote for the best and most convenient route to suit you
- Personal expenditure, tips etc
- Road tolls
- Showers when payable onsite
- Meals and drinks (other than those detailed)
- Personal excursions and entrance fees
- Personal Insurance (compulsory) - please ask for a quote
- Vehicle breakdown insurance - please ask for a quote
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- This tour is run for the Club's Motor Caravan Section but is open to everyone and all unit types.
- Pets are allowed on this tour. Some campsites may charge a fee to be paid locally by the pet owner.
- The campsites on this tour are more basic than UK campsites and are chosen for their location.
We enjoyed the visit to the geyser - done independently. The two wine tastings (for obvious reasons), the trip to Cochem, walking the suspension bridge at Mörsdorf. We liked a lot of the towns we saw, Boppard, Trier, Bernkastel-Kues, Mainz (fantastic cakes!) - All in all a very enjoyable trip with good company."