Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the KD Rhine Pass - Nostalgic Route - Rhine Cruise from Koblenz to Rudesheim. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
We enjoyed our trip but thought there were many opportunities missed about the history and highlights, which needed a bit of commentary. Also, one of the male waiters downstairs was very rude to us when we were asking assistance. Otherwise, thank you very much
The sights were absolutely fabulous but the service was not. I have never been on ANY trip where the overall attitude of the crew was unfriendly.
The journey is nice and the view of the castles is wonderful. However it is too long with too many stops to leave or pick up passengers, and the return trip is boring because it is the same view you had on the first half.
The KD company made it very hard to obtain information about the cruise. I had to get the hotel manager to call the company as they didn't speak english to find out if we could board the ship at a different stop. When we got on, the deck area at the front was really small and lucky to fit 30 people. Obviously when passengers boarded the boat in Koblenz, the chairs were not set up and they just grabbed what they wanted. So at the back where the chairs were stacked, people were sitting on stacks of 4 or 5 chairs which meant there weren't enough for everyone to sit down. The staff really should have the chairs set up before passengers board. Also when we went inside for a drink the staff were nowhere to be found, waited over 20 minutes for service. We cut the trip short and trained it back to the hotel. The sights were nice, but I would choose another way of seeing them.
Very nice accomadations, the sights were beautiful. If you have all day just to lounge and take in the sites, you will enjoy this tour. My wife and I were a little crunched for time and had to be somewhere else that day and found it to be nice, but not all that. So, we jumped off and grabbed a train back to Koblenz.