The Rhine and its Tributaries
Enjoy your cruise in Holland and Belgium: AMSTERDAM, ROTTERDAM, ANTWERP, BRUSSELS
Let’s take a trip to Holland and Belgium. Between the Dutch inland seas and the Belgian Waterways and Dutch canals, the cruises to these destinations will leave you in wonder. A cruise in Holland in the spring will allow you to discover this country under the tulips! You will also discover Amsterdam, the capital of Holland, and its historic heart, Rotterdam and Antwerp, the two largest ports in the world, the windmills in Volendam and the famous Dutch flower park Keukenhof. Meet the “flat country” of Jaques Brel with our cruise to Belgium: Brussels, the capital of this beautiful country with Gothic and Renaissance heritage, with both classical and contemporary architecture, Bruges, the "Venice of the North", or Namur with its old neighbourhoods ...
Discover our cruises on the RHINE, MOSELLE, SARRE, MAIN and NECKAR
We offer cruises on the Rhine from 3 to 9 days allowing you to discover the Rhine and its tributaries at different and from various angles. During these beautiful cruises, you will stop in a variety of traditional cities of Germany (Rüdesheim, Cologne, Bernskastel, Trier, Cochem ...) and will see the breath-taking Rhine castles located in the middle of famous vineyards. You’ll also have a glance at the rock of the Lorelei, a sight along the Romantic Rhine Valley. On board our boat, our crew will wow you with tales of the legends of the romantic Rhine. The views of the Rhine are superb, and completely enchanting. A cruise on the Rhine is a flagship cruise to be discovered!
Enjoy our cruise from Berlin to Copenhagen
A cruise of 8 days to Germany and Denmark. You will navigate on the Havel, the Oder and the Baltic Sea with an itinerary between land and sea and discover 3 countries. This cruise to Germany will allow you to discover iconic cities and magical landscapes: a mix of art, tradition, history and culture. You will stop in Berlin (Germany), an sparkling metropolis, on the islands of Usedom and Rügen (Germany), enjoying unspoiled nature, in Greifswald and Stralsund (Germany), Hanseatic cities, Szczecin (Poland), a port city rich in tradition and remarkable history, and of course in Copenhagen (Denmark), city of charms and unknown historical richness.