Discover the Rivers of Europe Dutch Waterways – Holland (pages 4-5)
Excursions Enhance your cruise with shore excursions and take in iconic sights, visitor attractions, towns and cities along the way. We can include a pre-bookable package of excursions or offer them as optional excursions which can be booked on the cruise. Audio guides are usually included on guided tours. Pre-post Cruise If en-route overnight accommodation is needed, we offer a great selection of hotels in excellent locations to suit all tastes and budgets. Likewise, we can arrange longer stays to combine with your cruise – our Italian lakes add-on to the Venice cruise on page 13 is a great example of this. Soak in the romantic sights of capital city, Paris, including the iconic Eiffel Tower; the Seine flows through the beautiful Seine Valley to Normandy passing Rouen and Honfleur. Loire – France (page 11) This royal river recalls the glorious history of France through the surrounding chateaux, gardens and parks onboard the only paddle riverboat to sail on the Loire. Danube – Germany, Austria, Hungary & Slovakia (pages 8-9 & 14-15) From Germany’s Black Forest the Danube flows through central and eastern Europe to the Black Sea. Its banks are dotted with ancient castles and fortresses as it passes several capital cities. Seine – France (pages 10 & 14)
Board Basis Sit back, relax and let someone else do the cooking! All meals are included with hearty breakfasts and buffet or set lunches and dinners on the menu. Most cruises also include a gala dinner on one night with some also offering themed dinners. A welcome drinks reception is a great way to kick off your cruise and is included on most ships, whilst afternoon teas and snacks are also served on selected ships. We offer both inclusive and full board cruises, the latter of which come with optional drinks packages on some cruises. cities and the natural beauty of Provence. Venetian Lagoon & Po – Italy (page 13) Explore Venice with a timeless beauty and architectural masterpieces as well as cruising the Venetian Lagoon with its enchanting islands, as well as Mantua and Cremona in neighbouring Lombardy. Garonne & Dordogne – France (page 11) Explore the delights of southwest France taking in the wine capital of Bordeaux and diverse scenery such as deep gorges and vineyards before the two rivers join the Gironde Estuary. Rhône & Saône – France (page 12) The Rhône & Saône, flowing from Switzerland through France to the Mediterranean, combines soaring Alpine mountains with historic Roman
Life on Board Feel at home on one of our hand-picked ships which offer a choice of well-equipped cabins and suites featuring panoramic windows, balconies or Juliet balconies. You will find a 24 hour English-speaking reception on board to assist with any queries and excellent facilities including indoor and outdoor bars, restaurants, sundecks with loungers or tables and chairs and Wi-Fi (additional charge on some ships). Selected ships also offer leisure facilities, such as swimming pools, whirlpool baths, saunas, spas and gyms, as well as fantastic on-board entertainment programmes. Admire the famous windmills, colourful bulbfields and pretty villages of the Dutch Waterways in springtime. Outside of the vibrant Dutch capital, Amsterdam, discover lesser-known but equally appealing ports of call. Rhine & Tributaries – Holland, Germany, Luxembourg, France & Switzerland (pages 6-7 & 14-15) The Rhine is home to truly breathtaking scenery. Pass by historic cities and quaint towns and villages as it makes its way to the North Sea. Travelling through France, Luxembourg and Germany the Moselle is famous for its vineyards and splendid riverside fortresses.
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