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Frankfurt/Main - Mannheim a. Rhein - Speyer - Strasbourg/Kehl - Mayence - Frankfurt/Main
  • 4 Nights
  • VIVA All-Inclusive
  • June - November 2021
p. p. from 495 €

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SHORT TRIP RHINE SOUTH

Frankfurt/Main - Strasbourg/Kehl - Frankfurt/Main

Tired of the daily grind? Why not go on a journey? Get aboard the MS TREASURES and explore new destinations.
With great attention to detail, you will quickly feel at home on our ship. We guarantee you a pleasant atmosphere as well as an unforgettable short vacation.

You will spend the first of your five days in Germany's financial center Frankfurt am Main. But the city is more than just skyline and banking district. The historical core of the metropolis impresses, for example, with the Römer - Frankfurt's imposing city hall. In addition, Goethe's birthplace and St. Paul's Church bear witness to a splendid past. The next morning you will wake up in Mannheim. There you will have the entire morning to discover the city. Especially worthwhile is the castle, which is often considered the landmark of Mannheim. The city center, on the other hand, is exciting and invites you to go shopping. That same afternoon, the ship docks at another destination - Speyer. The cathedral city is located in the heart of Europe and is one of the oldest settlements in Germany. Day three reserves a side trip to nearby foreign countries. Strasbourg in France seduces not only with half-timbered houses, but also with culinary delights. A visit to the cathedral is almost indispensable. A final major highlight of the short trip is Mayence. The capital of Rhineland-Palatinate convinces with extensive green spaces, which invite to numerous activities. The Electoral Palace is also worth a visit. Afterwards, the MS TREASURES is already on its way back to Frankfurt am Main, where it will sail into port the following day at night.

day 127.11.2021
  • Frankfurt/Main
    ---
    18:00

    Frankfurt am Main is considered to be a banking city with numerous high-rise buildings in the city centre, which can be seen from afar. The Main River invites you to special destinations with excursion boats. In the historical centre of Frankfurt, the Römer is the town hall. Here on the Römerberg, picturesque half-timbered houses are lined up, some of which have only recently been reconstructed. Also nearby are Goethe's birthplace, the Goethe House, and the Paulskirche as a monument to the beginning of democracy.

    Excursions Frankfurt/Main

    Frankfurt: City Walk incl. new old town

    Welcome to Frankfurt, a city full of contrasts. With 750000 inhabitants it is the largest city in Hessen. Due to its good location on the Main River, the city has been one of the most important German urban centres since the early Middle Ages. Today it is an important industrial and economic centre and the seat of the European Central Bank, the German Federal Bank and the Frankfurt Stock Exchange. The city's landmark is the ever-growing skyline. It is located near Frankfurt city centre, close to a beautiful park with Mediterranean vegetation and a view of the banking district. Come with us and discover this wonderful city. Your tour starts with a walk along the impressive Rhine and leads you directly into the city centre. Here you walk with us through the "new old town", which is a remake from 2018. You will cross the historic market place, see the St. Pauls Church, which was the birthplace of democracy in Germany, and the coronation cathedral of the emperors. The new Frankfurt Old Town is a magnet for both citizens and tourists from all over the world. Numerous cafés and museums invite you to linger a while and enjoy the old town flair.

    Subject to change without notice. Please note that your route may not include all the excursions listed. You will receive further information about the excursions that can be booked with your travel documents and on board.
    • Duration: 2 h
    • walking
    • per person: 21 €
    Wertheim: City walk with glass museum (blow your own Glassball)

    The Maintor is the ideal starting point for a sightseeing tour on foot. It dates from the 13th to 15th century and is one of 18 other medieval passages in the city. Through the gate you enter the old town of Wertheim. A real highlight is the historic market square, which captivates with its half-timbered houses and the lively market bustle on Saturdays. From there it is not far to the Marienkapelle, which dates back to 1447. A short detour to the Friedleinsgasse is worthwhile. Here you can admire the Baunachshof, which is characterised by its unusual architecture.

    Afterwards you will visit the glass museum in the former Kallenbach's house. Today the glass museum has over 650 square metres of exhibition space at its disposal. Experience one of man's most fascinating and versatile materials: GLASS - From A  to Z as in Zeiss lens you will traverse the more than 3000 year old history of glass like in a glass encyclopaedia. In a vivid and playful way, you will discover the close connection between the history of glass and the history of human culture using glass examples rich in contrast.  During the tour you have the opportunity to blow a glass ball yourself and take it with you as a souvenir.

    Subject to change without notice. Please note that your route may not include all the excursions listed. You will receive further information about the excursions that can be booked with your travel documents and on board.
    • Duration: 2,5 h
    • walking
    • per person: 23 €
    Frankfurt: Alt-Sachsenhausen with apple wine tasting

    This afternoon our guide will take you to discover Frankfurt from the other "side". Learn more about the extremely popular district Sachsenhausen & go on an exciting tour. Experience the beautiful architecture of "Dribdebach" with its numerous cider pubs & extraordinary backyards and hear exciting stories. You can then review the collected impressions in a cosy round with a Frankfurter Schoppe in a traditional apple wine pub.
    Starting at the boat we walk along the banks of the river Main and cross the river via the famous Iron Bridge. As soon as you enter Alt-Sachsenhausen, you will encounter the symbol of this beautiful district at every corner: the apple! It took a long time for Frankfurt's responsible people to take care of this part of old Frankfurt, and it was almost too late for some houses threatened by decay. But it all started in 2001 - since then, all corners of Sachsenhausen have been cleaned up, redeveloped, renovated and beautified. Almost 30 houses have been given a new coat of paint, cobblestones once again adorn the old alleys, an old residential tower has been rediscovered, and even remnants of the historic city wall have come to light during the renovations. The optical embellishment attracted new shops and makes the quarter interesting for visitors not only in the evening and at night. The apple, however, is and remains the trademark of Sachsenhausen - especially in its liquid form, served in the typical blue clay jug, the "Bembel". Many - still self-pressing landlords continue this old Saxon tradition. The history of the Frankfurt district probably goes back to the foundation of Frankfurt, but you will learn more about this during the tour.
    Before you go back on board, you can enjoy a breathtaking view of the Frankfurt skyline.

    Subject to change without notice. Please note that your route may not include all the excursions listed. You will receive further information about the excursions that can be booked with your travel documents and on board.
    • Duration: 2 h
    • walking
    • per person: 26 €
    * Please note that your route may not include all the excursions listed here. You will receive further information about the excursions that can be booked with your travel documents and on board.
day 227.11.2021
  • Mannheim a. Rhein
    06:00
    12:30

    The city of Mannheim is located on the Rhine, directly opposite Ludwigshafen in Baden-Württemberg. The castle is the town's landmark and is not far from the river. But the water tower and the street carnival in February are also famous for the city, which is only a few kilometres from Heidelberg. The squares are particularly charming. The city centre is laid out in this way and has streets such as Q 3 or P 5, and there is also a large city centre and numerous shopping facilities.

    Excursions Mannheim a. Rhein

    Mannheim: Discover Mannheim with Karl or Bertha Benz

    The tour, which is on the programme today, focuses on Mannheim as the city of inventors. A city guide dressed as Bertha Benz will show us the squares that remind us of the inventor of the automobile, Carl Benz.
    After a twenty minute walk from the ship, we reach the centre of Mannheim and embark on a tour of discovery through the city, where the engineer Carl Benz (1844 to 1929) opened his first "Mechanical Workshop" and later presented the first automobile. Mannheim offers an extraordinary mixture of history and modernity. "Bertha Benz" starts her tour with us at the castle, the largest baroque complex in Germany. On the way we hear exciting stories about the inventions of her "husband" and stop at the Carl Benz Monument, which is located near the water tower, Mannheim's landmark. The monument was inaugurated in 1933 and shows on a limestone block the relief of a man in working clothes. In front of it there is a reconstruction of the first (three-wheeled) car.
    One of Mannheim's special features is the chessboard-like arrangement of the streets in the city centre, which earned it the nickname of square city. This arrangement also makes it easy for visitors from outside to find their way around. After our two-hour city tour we walk back to the ship.

    Subject to change without notice. Please note that your route may not include all the excursions listed. You will receive further information about the excursions that can be booked with your travel documents and on board.
    • Duration: 2,5 h
    • walking
    • per person: 19 €
    Mannheim-Speyer: Schwetzingen Gardens

    Our excursion from Mannheim takes you into the world of the Electors. From Mannheim, a comfortable bus awaits you to take you in about 25 minutes to the World Heritage Site of Schwetzingen Palace & Palace Gardens, which unfolds over an area of more than 72 hectares in the heart of the city.

    The highlight is the tour of the palace gardens, which are considered an absolute masterpiece of European garden art. The unique garden complex with its pavilions, temples and more than 60 sculptures from the 18th century, various fountains and water features is divided into an English Garden and a French Garden. The latter is laid out according to the strict geometric rules of the Baroque, while the English part is dominated by ruins, temples and partly wild forest areas.

    An absolute highlight is the mosque, which has been a symbol of tolerance towards all cultures and religions of the world since its construction began in 1779. The building fascinates with its combination of oriental and occidental architecture.

    After visiting this remarkable palace garden, the return to Speyer and embarkation are on the programme.


    Subject to change without notice. Please note that your route may not include all the excursions listed. You will receive further information about the excursions that can be booked with your travel documents and on board.

    • Duration: 3 h
    • Bus - walking
    • per person: 39 €
    * Please note that your route may not include all the excursions listed here. You will receive further information about the excursions that can be booked with your travel documents and on board.
day 227.11.2021
  • Speyer
    15:00
    21:00

    Speyer sits on a bend in the Rhine in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany. It’s one of the country’s oldest cities boasting a vast cathedral, Medieval synagogue, a pedestrianized shopping area and a museum filled with planes, trains and automobiles. Speyer Cathedral dates back to the 1020s and is the largest European Romanesque church. It’s impressive proportions attract visitors who come to see the blind-arched construction, the frescoes by Johann von Schraudolph, and the crypt where 12 kings, queens and emperors are laid to rest.

    Judenhof is an important synagogue with a 13th century Mikvah – or bathing house. With an exhibition explaining about the Jewish community that prayed here, it’s a moving site to visit. Positioned at the end of pedestrianized Maximilian Street, The Old Gate was originally part of the Medieval city wall. Spectacular views over the city can be seen from the viewing area at the top of this landmark tower.

    Excursions Speyer

    Speyer: City Walk & Brezn

    Come with us on a tour of discovery through the impressive imperial city of Speyer.
    On this tour we will show you the most important and beautiful sights of the 2000 year old city. Religious buildings such as the crypt, impressive facades such as the historic town hall, winding alleys and romantic squares are characteristic of this diverse city, marked by its rich and turbulent past. While you follow exciting historical anecdotes, your guide will help you discover the most important buildings of the city. We would also like to immerse you in the culinary delights of Speyer so that you can enjoy a Speyrian speciality during the tour: a pretzel.

    Subject to change without notice. Please note that your route may not include all the excursions listed. You will receive further information about the excursions that can be booked with your travel documents and on board.
    • Duration: 2 h
    • walking
    • per person: 18 €
    Speyer: Glittering lights and rough nights

    Stroll with us through the cosy alleys of the old town and experience Christmas in different centuries. Immerse yourself in the customs, traditions, songs and stories about Christmas. But also discover with us ghosts, demons and the wild hunt. For the dark season is rich in mysteries and eerie creatures. Let two people in historical costumes accompany you and enjoy a mulled wine during the tour.

    Subject to change without notice. Please note that your route may not include all the excursions listed. You will receive further information about the excursions that can be booked with your travel documents and on board.
    • Duration: 2 h
    • walking
    • per person: 22 €
    * Please note that your route may not include all the excursions listed here. You will receive further information about the excursions that can be booked with your travel documents and on board.
day 327.11.2021
  • Strassburg/Kehl
    09:30
    21:00

    This 2000 year old city resembles something from a Black Forest fairy tale with its cobbled squares and medieval half timbered houses. Strasbourg is the largest city in the Grand Est region of France, formal site of the European Parliament and shares a border with Germany. This bi-cultural history is evident throughout the city’s architecture, culture and food.

    The UNESCO world heritage protected, Grand Ile is the historical heart of the city and home to the Romanesque - Gothic masterpiece, the Cathedral de Notre Dame. A 332 step climb to the Cathedral roof provides stunning views across the city. Nearby, Gutenberg Square is a great spot enjoy a relaxing drink on one of the outdoor terraces. Its small size makes the Grand Ile ideal to explore on foot and it is truly the best way to take in the breathtaking sights and atmosphere of stunning Strasbourg.

    Excursions Strassburg/Kehl

    Strasbourg: City tour with photo stops

    Visit Strasbourg and get to know the city in Alsace on our sightseeing tour today. We will be picked up directly at the boat and together we will go on a round trip of about one hour, passing the most important sights. On the way you will listen to the explanations of the guide and learn many exciting details about the famous buildings in Strasbourg. Afterwards we will get off the boat and discover the famous quarter Petite France, which is very popular with visitors, on foot. On our 40-minute walk, we will see, among other things, the covered Barrage Vauban dam bridge, which was built in the 17th century. We stroll through the cobbled streets, enjoy views of the idyllic canals and discover details on the well-preserved half-timbered houses. The narrow streets here are lined with countless cafés, restaurants and souvenir shops. Our destination is one of the highlights of the excursion: the world-famous Strasbourg Cathedral, which you can now visit on your own. Afterwards you will have the opportunity to look around the city on your own for three quarters of an hour before we take the twenty-minute walk to Place de Etoile together. There the bus will be waiting for us and we will return to the landing stage of our boat.

    Subject to change without notice. Please note that your route may not include all the excursions listed. You will receive further information about the excursions that can be booked with your travel documents and on board.
    • Duration: 4 h
    • Bus - Walking
    • per person: 39 €
    Strasbourg: Alsace Panorama Tour

    Join us on a tour of Alsace - along the famous wine route through the romantic little villages. Past Rosenheim, Dambach and many other places worth seeing to Ribeauvillé-Riquewhir. Enjoy the view of the numerous vineyards and let yourself be enchanted by the charm of France.

    Subject to change without notice. Please note that your route may not include all the excursions listed. You will receive further information about the excursions that can be booked with your travel documents and on board.

    • Duration: 4 h
    • Bus
    • per person: 42 €
    * Please note that your route may not include all the excursions listed here. You will receive further information about the excursions that can be booked with your travel documents and on board.
day 427.11.2021
  • Mainz
    11:00
    19:00

    The city of Mainz is situated on the Rhine river, within the German state of Rhineland-Palatinate. It serves as the state's capital city and is the 38th largest city in Germany, measured by population, with more than 200,000 residents. Significant attractions within the city include Mainz Cathedral, the State Theatre and the Romano-Germanic Central Museum. It is also recognised as a key hub for the German wine industry and, in actual fact, the history of wine production in the city can be traced all the way back to the Roman era.

    Bombing campaigns during the Second World War destroyed as much as 80 percent of the city centre, meaning much of the current city was built post-war. Nevertheless, pre-war buildings can still be seen in the Old Town area, south of the Cathedral, and this area is notable for its cobblestone streets, half-timbered houses, and Baroque architecture.

    Excursions Mainz

    Mayece: City walk - in Gutenberg's footsteps

    Experience Mainz, the capital of Rhineland-Palatinate, on a walking tour. Attributes such as the "Rome of the north", the "golden Mainz", the "city of gates" are often mentioned. On a 2-hour tour through the city centre, past parts of the old city wall, through the old town, market place and cathedral you will learn more about how the city got its attributes. Get to know the most important man of the city; Gutenberg.
    His traces of life will guide you through the city and you will learn the place of his birth, his baptistery, the former printing houses, his retirement home and his final resting place next to various monuments.

    Subject to change without notice. Please note that your route may not include all the excursions listed. You will receive further information about the excursions that can be booked with your travel documents and on board.
    • Duration: 2 h
    • walking
    • per person: 18 €
    * Please note that your route may not include all the excursions listed here. You will receive further information about the excursions that can be booked with your travel documents and on board.
day 527.11.2021
  • Frankfurt/Main
    00:30
    ---

    Frankfurt am Main is considered to be a banking city with numerous high-rise buildings in the city centre, which can be seen from afar. The Main River invites you to special destinations with excursion boats. In the historical centre of Frankfurt, the Römer is the town hall. Here on the Römerberg, picturesque half-timbered houses are lined up, some of which have only recently been reconstructed. Also nearby are Goethe's birthplace, the Goethe House, and the Paulskirche as a monument to the beginning of democracy.

    Excursions Frankfurt/Main

    Frankfurt: City Walk incl. new old town

    Welcome to Frankfurt, a city full of contrasts. With 750000 inhabitants it is the largest city in Hessen. Due to its good location on the Main River, the city has been one of the most important German urban centres since the early Middle Ages. Today it is an important industrial and economic centre and the seat of the European Central Bank, the German Federal Bank and the Frankfurt Stock Exchange. The city's landmark is the ever-growing skyline. It is located near Frankfurt city centre, close to a beautiful park with Mediterranean vegetation and a view of the banking district. Come with us and discover this wonderful city. Your tour starts with a walk along the impressive Rhine and leads you directly into the city centre. Here you walk with us through the "new old town", which is a remake from 2018. You will cross the historic market place, see the St. Pauls Church, which was the birthplace of democracy in Germany, and the coronation cathedral of the emperors. The new Frankfurt Old Town is a magnet for both citizens and tourists from all over the world. Numerous cafés and museums invite you to linger a while and enjoy the old town flair.

    Subject to change without notice. Please note that your route may not include all the excursions listed. You will receive further information about the excursions that can be booked with your travel documents and on board.
    • Duration: 2 h
    • walking
    • per person: 21 €
    Wertheim: City walk with glass museum (blow your own Glassball)

    The Maintor is the ideal starting point for a sightseeing tour on foot. It dates from the 13th to 15th century and is one of 18 other medieval passages in the city. Through the gate you enter the old town of Wertheim. A real highlight is the historic market square, which captivates with its half-timbered houses and the lively market bustle on Saturdays. From there it is not far to the Marienkapelle, which dates back to 1447. A short detour to the Friedleinsgasse is worthwhile. Here you can admire the Baunachshof, which is characterised by its unusual architecture.

    Afterwards you will visit the glass museum in the former Kallenbach's house. Today the glass museum has over 650 square metres of exhibition space at its disposal. Experience one of man's most fascinating and versatile materials: GLASS - From A  to Z as in Zeiss lens you will traverse the more than 3000 year old history of glass like in a glass encyclopaedia. In a vivid and playful way, you will discover the close connection between the history of glass and the history of human culture using glass examples rich in contrast.  During the tour you have the opportunity to blow a glass ball yourself and take it with you as a souvenir.

    Subject to change without notice. Please note that your route may not include all the excursions listed. You will receive further information about the excursions that can be booked with your travel documents and on board.
    • Duration: 2,5 h
    • walking
    • per person: 23 €
    Frankfurt: Alt-Sachsenhausen with apple wine tasting

    This afternoon our guide will take you to discover Frankfurt from the other "side". Learn more about the extremely popular district Sachsenhausen & go on an exciting tour. Experience the beautiful architecture of "Dribdebach" with its numerous cider pubs & extraordinary backyards and hear exciting stories. You can then review the collected impressions in a cosy round with a Frankfurter Schoppe in a traditional apple wine pub.
    Starting at the boat we walk along the banks of the river Main and cross the river via the famous Iron Bridge. As soon as you enter Alt-Sachsenhausen, you will encounter the symbol of this beautiful district at every corner: the apple! It took a long time for Frankfurt's responsible people to take care of this part of old Frankfurt, and it was almost too late for some houses threatened by decay. But it all started in 2001 - since then, all corners of Sachsenhausen have been cleaned up, redeveloped, renovated and beautified. Almost 30 houses have been given a new coat of paint, cobblestones once again adorn the old alleys, an old residential tower has been rediscovered, and even remnants of the historic city wall have come to light during the renovations. The optical embellishment attracted new shops and makes the quarter interesting for visitors not only in the evening and at night. The apple, however, is and remains the trademark of Sachsenhausen - especially in its liquid form, served in the typical blue clay jug, the "Bembel". Many - still self-pressing landlords continue this old Saxon tradition. The history of the Frankfurt district probably goes back to the foundation of Frankfurt, but you will learn more about this during the tour.
    Before you go back on board, you can enjoy a breathtaking view of the Frankfurt skyline.

    Subject to change without notice. Please note that your route may not include all the excursions listed. You will receive further information about the excursions that can be booked with your travel documents and on board.
    • Duration: 2 h
    • walking
    • per person: 26 €
    * Please note that your route may not include all the excursions listed here. You will receive further information about the excursions that can be booked with your travel documents and on board.

City overview

Inspiration

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Frankfurt/Main

Frankfurt am Main is considered to be a banking city with numerous high-rise buildings in the city centre, which can be seen from afar. The Main River invites you to special destinations with excursion boats. In the historical centre of Frankfurt, the Römer is the town hall. Here on the Römerberg, picturesque half-timbered houses are lined up, some of which have only recently been reconstructed. Also nearby are Goethe's birthplace, the Goethe House, and the Paulskirche as a monument to the beginning of democracy.

Mannheim a. Rhein

The city of Mannheim is located on the Rhine, directly opposite Ludwigshafen in Baden-Württemberg. The castle is the town's landmark and is not far from the river. But the water tower and the street carnival in February are also famous for the city, which is only a few kilometres from Heidelberg. The squares are particularly charming. The city centre is laid out in this way and has streets such as Q 3 or P 5, and there is also a large city centre and numerous shopping facilities.

Speyer

Speyer sits on a bend in the Rhine in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany. It’s one of the country’s oldest cities boasting a vast cathedral, Medieval synagogue, a pedestrianized shopping area and a museum filled with planes, trains and automobiles. Speyer Cathedral dates back to the 1020s and is the largest European Romanesque church. It’s impressive proportions attract visitors who come to see the blind-arched construction, the frescoes by Johann von Schraudolph, and the crypt where 12 kings, queens and emperors are laid to rest.

Judenhof is an important synagogue with a 13th century Mikvah – or bathing house. With an exhibition explaining about the Jewish community that prayed here, it’s a moving site to visit. Positioned at the end of pedestrianized Maximilian Street, The Old Gate was originally part of the Medieval city wall. Spectacular views over the city can be seen from the viewing area at the top of this landmark tower.

Strassburg

This 2000 year old city resembles something from a Black Forest fairy tale with its cobbled squares and medieval half timbered houses. Strasbourg is the largest city in the Grand Est region of France, formal site of the European Parliament and shares a border with Germany. This bi-cultural history is evident throughout the city’s architecture, culture and food.

The UNESCO world heritage protected, Grand Ile is the historical heart of the city and home to the Romanesque - Gothic masterpiece, the Cathedral de Notre Dame. A 332 step climb to the Cathedral roof provides stunning views across the city. Nearby, Gutenberg Square is a great spot enjoy a relaxing drink on one of the outdoor terraces. Its small size makes the Grand Ile ideal to explore on foot and it is truly the best way to take in the breathtaking sights and atmosphere of stunning Strasbourg.

Mayence

The city of Mainz is situated on the Rhine river, within the German state of Rhineland-Palatinate. It serves as the state's capital city and is the 38th largest city in Germany, measured by population, with more than 200,000 residents. Significant attractions within the city include Mainz Cathedral, the State Theatre and the Romano-Germanic Central Museum. It is also recognised as a key hub for the German wine industry and, in actual fact, the history of wine production in the city can be traced all the way back to the Roman era.

Bombing campaigns during the Second World War destroyed as much as 80 percent of the city centre, meaning much of the current city was built post-war. Nevertheless, pre-war buildings can still be seen in the Old Town area, south of the Cathedral, and this area is notable for its cobblestone streets, half-timbered houses, and Baroque architecture.

MS VIVA TREASURES

Ship facts
  • Commissioning 2011
  • Length 110m
  • Width 11m
  • Number of decks 3
  • Crew 36
  • Passengers 104
  • Flag Switzerland

MS VIVA TREASURES

The MS VIVA TREASURES offers a feel-good atmosphere for a maximum of 104 guests and impresses with its modern, light-flooded architecture. The 30 m² Master Suites are located on the Diamond Deck and invite you to enjoy the passing scenery from their French balconies. On the Diamond Deck as well as on the Ruby Deck there are two Mini Suites (19 m²), which also have a French balcony. On the Ruby Deck, in addition to the Mini Suites, there are twenty Suites of 22 m², where you can also enjoy the fresh air and the beautiful view from a French balcony. On the Emerald Deck, which is located below, you will find slightly smaller 2-bed cabins of 15 m², which include windows that do not open. Also on the Emerald Deck is a Mini Suite, also with windows that do not open. All cabins are equipped with a king-size bed, TV, included minibar, beauty products from RITUALS®, air conditioning, safe, hairdryer and shower/WC. In addition to the main restaurant, guests on the MS TREASURES can also enjoy a bistro, which is also included in the VIVA All-Inclusive package, a fitness room with an adjacent massage area and a sun deck with a small pool and numerous sun loungers. A lift connects the lobby with the Ruby and Diamond Decks as well as the restaurant.
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Travelers
Please note that only double and single occupancy are available via our website. For our family rates please contact us by phone or email. If you wish to book several cabins, a separate booking is required for each cabin.
Adults:

Deck plan
Here you can see an overview of the decks.
Diamond Deck
  • Master Suite
  • 2 persons / p. p.
  • 0
cabin size: 30 m²
Equipment:
  • 2 single beds (with optional twin-bed configuration)
  • Floor-to-ceiling French balcony
  • Walk-in closet with built-in shelves
  • Lounge area
  • Exclusive beauty products from RITUALS®
  • Minibar stocked with complimentary water, beer and soft drinks, replenished daily
  • Hair dryer
  • Complimentary wi-fi access
  • Telephone, safe and individual climate control
  • Private bathroom with shower
  • SPA bathrobes plus slippers
  • Easy under-bed luggage storage
  • Mini Suite
  • 2 persons / p. p.
  • 0
cabin size: 19 m²
Equipment:
  • 2 single beds (with optional twin-bed configuration)
  • Floor-to-ceiling French balcony
  • Table with two armchairs
  • Exclusive beauty products from RITUALS®
  • 32” LED TV
  • Minibar stocked with complimentary water, beer and soft drinks, replenished daily
  • Hair dryer
  • Complimentary wi-fi access
  • Telephone, safe and individual climate control
  • Private bathroom with shower
  • SPA bathrobes plus slippers
  • Easy under-bed luggage storage
Ruby Deck
  • Mini Suite
  • 2 persons / p. p.
  • 0
cabin size: 19 m²
Equipment:
  • 2 single beds (with optional twin-bed configuration)
  • Floor-to-ceiling French balcony
  • Table with two armchairs
  • Exclusive beauty products from RITUALS®
  • 32” LED TV
  • Minibar stocked with complimentary water, beer and soft drinks, replenished daily
  • Hair dryer
  • Complimentary wi-fi access
  • Telephone, safe and individual climate control
  • Private bathroom with shower
  • SPA bathrobes plus slippers
  • Easy under-bed luggage storage
  • Suite
  • 2 persons / p. p.
  • 0
cabin size: 23 m²
Equipment:
  • 2 single beds (with optional twin-bed configuration)
  • Floor-to-ceiling French balcony
  • Table with two armchairs
  • Exclusive beauty products from RITUALS®
  • 32” LED TV
  • Minibar stocked with complimentary water, beer and soft drinks, replenished daily
  • Complimentary wi-fi access
  • Telephone, safe and individual climate control
  • Private bathroom with shower
  • SPA bathrobes plus slippers
  • Easy under-bed luggage storage
Emerald Deck
  • Double Cabin
  • 2 persons / p. p.
  • 0
cabin size: 15 m²
Equipment:
  • 2 single beds (with optional twin-bed configuration)
  • Window (cannot be opened)
  • Two chairs plus a desk
  • Exclusive beauty products from RITUALS®
  • 32” LED TV
  • Minibar stocked with complimentary water, beer and soft drinks, replenished daily
  • Hair dryer
  • Complimentary wi-fi access
  • Telephone, safe and individual climate control
  • Private bathroom with shower
  • Easy under-bed luggage storage
  • Mini Suite
  • 2 persons / p. p.
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cabin size: 19 m²
Equipment:
  • 2 single beds (with optional twin-bed configuration)
  • Window (cannot be opened)
  • Table with two armchairs
  • Exclusive beauty products from RITUALS®
  • 32” LED TV
  • Minibar stocked with complimentary water, beer and soft drinks, replenished daily
  • Hair dryer
  • Complimentary wi-fi access
  • Telephone, safe and individual climate control
  • Private bathroom with shower
  • SPA bathrobes plus slippers
  • Easy under-bed luggage storage