The Netherlands, or the land of flowers, is one of those places where life is good. People are simply happy and live peacefully in their serene and quiet cities, as calm as the waters that cross them.
During a stay in Holland must see the cities governed and shaped by water, where canals intersect and intermingle in a sumptuous maze.
Amsterdam, the capital city is called “The Venice of the North”, the numerous canals, picturesque streets, museums and various curiosities give it a sweet and captivating atmosphere. The omnipresence of water gives the city its essence as its philosophy: taking time.
A truly romantic capital and destination cherished by millions, Amsterdam has so much to offer: its museums, its culture, its neighbourhoods. But above all its atmosphere that, more than anything else, allows its visitors to contemplate and which no single word or image can depict. It is a destination where everyone comes together without fear of displaying any traits that differ from the so called “norm”.
It is during a cruise on the Rhine or the Ijsselmeer that you will visit this striking capital, before continuing your journey in the Netherlands amongst the tulips. You will discover "The Flat Country" from the waters that define it and you will venture to Volendam, a charming fishing village at the edge of the Ijsselmeer where the inhabitants are still sometimes dressed in traditional costumes.
You will also see Rotterdam, the "Port of Europe" with its spectacular dimensions and which is constantly buzzing with life.
You will visit a cheese factory to discover the making of the famous Dutch round cheese: Gouda. A visit to Zaanse Schans, an open-air museum, will introduce you to how the famous Dutch wooden clogs are made and their history dating back to the year 1200!
BERLIN - POTSDAM - BRANDENBOURG - BURG - MAGDEBOURG - WOLFSBURG - ANDERTEN - MINDEN - NIENBURG - BREME - OLDENBOURG - PAPENBOURG - GRONINGEN - AMSTERDAM - UTRECHT - COLOGNE - RÜDESHEIM - MANNHEIM - STRASBOURG
From Berlin to Strasbourg via Amsterdam, this cruise combines two exceptional journeys through 3 countries. While cruise the romantic Rhine and the Dutch canals, discover tremendous cities, castles and breath-taking landscapes that will for sure seduce you.
STRASBOURG - The Romantic Rhine - COLOGNE - AMSTERDAM
Enjoy a unique cruise on the Rhine River from Strasbourg to Amsterdam and immerse yourself in Christmas magic! You will discover the famous Christmas market in Strasbourg with local crafts, mulled wine and much more. Christmas Eve dinner will be followed by a most memorable Christmas Mass in Cologne before continuing to Holland.
BERLIN - POTSDAM - BRANDENBURG - BURG - MAGDEBURG - CARLVOERDE - WOLFSBURG - ANDERTEN - MINDEN - NIENBURG - HOYA - BREMEN - OLDENBURG - DÖRPEN - PAPENBURG - GRONINGEN - AMSTERDAM
From Berlin to Amsterdam, explore the northern canals by cruising the Elbe and the Havel. You will discover the history of Berlin, before exploring Potsdam, Magdeburg or Bremen, cities that will make you appreciate the eclectic heritage of Germany. You will have the option to visit the Meyer Werft shipyard before diving into the heart of charming Dutch cities. Your cruise will end in Amsterdam, famous for its UNESCO World Heritage canals.
STRASBOURG - RÜDESHEIM - COLOGNE - AMSTERDAM - GRONINGEN - PAPENBURG - OLDENBURG - BREMEN - NIENBURG - HANOVER - MAGDEBURG - POTSDAM - BERLIN
From Strasbourg to Berlin, cruise along the Romantic Rhine Valley and explore the northern canals, the Elbe and the Havel. You will discover Amsterdam and its famous UNESCO World Heritage Canals before diving into the heart of charming Dutch cities. In Germany, you will have the option to visit the Meyer Werft shipyard before exploring Bremen, the oldest maritime city in the country. Discover Hanover, Magdeburg or Potsdam, cities that will make you appreciate the fascinating heritage of Germany. Do not miss out on fascinating Berlin.
BASEL - BREISACH - STRASBOURG - MAINZ - KOBLENZ - COLOGNE - DÜSSELDORF - AMSTERDAM
From Basel to Amsterdam, embark on a cruise rich in history and authenticity. Admire the beauty of the Rhine Falls before discovering historic monuments through cities such as Haarlem or Colmar and its Unterlinden museum. You can take a stroll to the Arnhem Open Air Museum, which reveals a 100-year-old story.