Rothenberg - Germany
Rothenberg is located in south-central Germany above the deep Tauber River valley between Würzburg and the Bavarian Alps. The town is encircled by many towered walls and is one of the best-preserved medieval towns in Germany. Its notable landmarks include the Gothic and Renaissance town hall with a Baroque arcade and the Church of St. Jacob (1373-1528) with a wooden altar by Tilman Riemenschneider. It was first mentioned in the 9th century and was besieged and captured in 1631 Johann Tserclaes Tilly. Rothenberg was supposedly spared when a citizen accepted a dare from the enemy to drink more than three quarts of wine at one gulp. The event is commemorated every Whitsuntide by the performance of a play, Der Meistertrunk ("The Master Gulp"). There are more than 30 cruises calling at this port. Click the month or cruise line logo you are interested in to see details of the cruises.