NEW TOUR – P&O Germany, Medieval Monschau
Destination: Germany, Monschau
Duration: 7 days
Monschau, sometimes called ‘The Pearl of the Eifel’ is an historic town in the Eifel Mountain region. Its romantic half-timbered houses sit within ancient walls in this idyllic medieval town.
The Hotel Michel & Friends, Laufernstrasse 82, 2156 Monchau. Tel: 00 49 24728602
This 4 star hotel is surrounded by footpaths and cycle tracks in idyllic Monschau and the centre is just a 5 minute walk away. All en-suite rooms have hairdryer, TV, tea/coffee tray, telephone and a lift. There’s an indoor pool and sauna and free WiFi throughout.
Single room & sole occupancy of inside cabin £115
Low berth inside cabin £12.75
Outside cabin £15.50
P&O Ferries Hull * Koln * Monschau * Eifel National Park * Wine Tasting
- Luxury air conditioned extra leg room coach
- Return overnight cruise with P&O
- 2 berth cabin on board ship
- Meals on board ship
- 4 nights dinner, bed & breakfast in resort
- Wine tasting
- Excursion package
- Door to door service (subject to conditions)
Departs approx 1500 arrives back approx 1000
We depart mid afternoon and make our way to Hull for the evening sailing to Rotterdam. There are many facilities on board for you to enjoy, including a cinema, gaming tables, live music, café and restaurants.
From Europort we make our way to Koln for time at leisure, you could visit the Cathedral, the old town or stroll along the riverside and visit the chocolate museum. Mid afternoon we continue to Monschau.
We head for Eifel National Park today once a volcanic area now dotted with small crater lakes and forest. We then make for the Ahr Valley, one of Germany’s most prominent wine growing regions. In Arhweiler we have free time and also wine tasting at the Mayschoss wine cellar.
Today we enjoy a boat cruise on the tranquil Rursee, the largest lake in the Eifel. Afterwards we continue to the picuresque spa town of Bad Munstereifel.
At leisure in Monschau. Browse the picturesque town which has a selection of independent shops and glassworks. There is a mustard shop with a fine array of all different kinds of mustards for you to choose from, and the Felsenkeller Brauhaus and Museum is a good place to enjoy a glass of beer.
After breakfast we make our way to Maastricht, situated at the southern tip of Netherlands on the banks of the River Maas. Free time here to meander around the cobbled streets and visit its two wonderful town squares. Mid afternoon we continue to Europort for the evening sailing to Hull.
After a morning disembarkation we make our way home.
NB: A small overnight bag is required for this holiday