Tuesday, January 7, 2014

Spotlight: S.S. Antoinette-Castles Along the Rhine

Artists, musicians, writers and poets from all over Europe have immortalized the Rhine’s unadulterated natural beauty in their songs, art, stories and poetry. Even today, the Rhine continues to capture and inspire those who visit- especially Germany’s Upper Middle Rhine Valley, spanning approximately 40 miles between Rudesheim and Koblenz. This area has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site with more than 40 castles gracing its shores, along with vineyards, terraced landscaped and breathtaking countryside.

From the moment guests board the S.S. Antoinette, there is an unmistakable atmosphere of opulence and charm aboard. An expert, friendly staff is ready to greet and assist all travellers- whether you would like suggestions of places to visit, or to learn about the region more, WLCVacations only employees the most knowledgeable and friendly staff, making your experience one of a kind. Guests will enjoy nights of restful and rejuvenating sleep, each stateroom features comfortable beds dressed in fine linens perfect for retiring to after a full day of adventures. The ship also features a beautiful lounge and full-service bar for you to unwind and relax in. A cozy library as well as an elegant restaurant provides other perfect relaxing destinations aboard the ship. As an added bonus, guests can also partake of the fitness equipment in the gym area, unwind in the sauna, or receive a relaxing massage.

This is the perfect vacation for those who want a hassle free vacation where they can unwind and take in the sights around them. We strive to provide guests with the ultimate in luxury and comfort- and with the sights of the Rhine as your backdrop, the views are stunning and keep guests with visual feasts daily. If you would like more information on this trip, please visit the WLCVacations website:, or call U.S. toll-free 877-579-7447.

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