Miltenberg-Wertheim Cruise

25 June

Miltenberg is a picturesque village on the Main (pronounced “mine”) River, which creates a realistic feeling of Bavarian life in medieval times owing to the Old Town being lined with well-preserved half-timbered buildings. This was a late sleep-in day, as it is a long journey from Rudesheim.


This stretch was a good place to see some of the 68 river locks that we were to pass through until Budapest.

10:00 – After breakfast, we had the opportunity to learn how to fold towels into interesting shapes.

towel art
Towel art

12:30 – After lunch, we got off the ship with our receivers and split into five groups for the walking tour. Meanwhile, the ship left immediately for Wertheim.


13:00 – We saw the gothic Merchant Hall, an impressive symbol of past affluence created by trade from river traffic.

Four buses took us to Wertheim, 40 minutes away. We then did a walking tour of this town.


17:45 – Back on board and the ship sailed for Wurzburg.

18:45 – Port briefing by the cruise director

19:00 – Dinner

21:00 – We enjoyed a glassblowing demonstration on board before we went to bed.

Glass blowing
Glass blowing


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