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Don't miss out on River Queen over 12 exciting nights on the Legendary Rhine and Moselle cruise exploring Europe - Rivers. This cruise sails from Amsterdam, the cruise will take you to 12 ports in 5 countries before disembarking in Basel. Your 4 star cruise from Uniworld River Cruises has forward departures, but is unfortunately sold out for this departure.

Day Date Port of call Arrival Departure
1 Sun 21 Oct 2012 Amsterdam, Netherlands
Legendary Rhine and Moselle Originally a dam in the river Amstel, Amsterdam today is the capital and largest city of the Netherlands, as engineered dams, sea gates, and the 19-mile dyke walling out the Zuider Zee prevent this low-lying country from being reclaimed by the North Sea. Interestingly, the 17th century canals of Amsterdam located in the heart of the city have been added to the UNESCO World Heritage List. The main tourist attractions are undoubtedly the famous Museums such as the Rijksmuseum, the Van Gogh Museum, and the Stedelijk Museum. However, there is much more to be seen and appreciated.

The fascinating and historical Dam Square, dominated by the Royal Palace with its classical facade and fine sculptures cannot be missed. The impressive history of the square is well documented at the Historical Museum. Other famous squares include Rembrandtplien - lined with restaurants, cafes and pubs and the vibrant and colourful Leidseplein. Then, of course, there is the Red Light District that includes the calm haven of the Oude Kirk (Old Church) with attached houses, built in the Gothic-renaissance style, and the Amsterdam Stock Exchange, the oldest stock exchange in the world.

Cruise along some of the delightful and historic canals in this ‘Venice of the North’ and you cannot possibly leave without seeing windmills as there are eight stunning windmills in at the heart of the city just waiting to be admired. Visit the delightful parks, the largest being Vondelpark right in the middle of the city, and thoroughly appreciate the experience of the ‘do-it-yourself for all ages’ voyage of discovery between fantasy and reality. The NEMO Science and technology Centre which also offers breathtaking views of the city, is a fantastic experience, as is a visit to Coster's diamond cutting factory where one is shown the secrets of cutting and polishing diamonds.

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2 Mon 22 Oct 2012 Amsterdam, Netherlands
Legendary Rhine and Moselle Originally a dam in the river Amstel, Amsterdam today is the capital and largest city of the Netherlands, as engineered dams, sea gates, and the 19-mile dyke walling out the Zuider Zee prevent this low-lying country from being reclaimed by the North Sea. Interestingly, the 17th century canals of Amsterdam located in the heart of the city have been added to the UNESCO World Heritage List. The main tourist attractions are undoubtedly the famous Museums such as the Rijksmuseum, the Van Gogh Museum, and the Stedelijk Museum. However, there is much more to be seen and appreciated.

The fascinating and historical Dam Square, dominated by the Royal Palace with its classical facade and fine sculptures cannot be missed. The impressive history of the square is well documented at the Historical Museum. Other famous squares include Rembrandtplien - lined with restaurants, cafes and pubs and the vibrant and colourful Leidseplein. Then, of course, there is the Red Light District that includes the calm haven of the Oude Kirk (Old Church) with attached houses, built in the Gothic-renaissance style, and the Amsterdam Stock Exchange, the oldest stock exchange in the world.

Cruise along some of the delightful and historic canals in this ‘Venice of the North’ and you cannot possibly leave without seeing windmills as there are eight stunning windmills in at the heart of the city just waiting to be admired. Visit the delightful parks, the largest being Vondelpark right in the middle of the city, and thoroughly appreciate the experience of the ‘do-it-yourself for all ages’ voyage of discovery between fantasy and reality. The NEMO Science and technology Centre which also offers breathtaking views of the city, is a fantastic experience, as is a visit to Coster's diamond cutting factory where one is shown the secrets of cutting and polishing diamonds.

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3 Tue 23 Oct 2012 Cologne, Germany
Legendary Rhine and Moselle Cologne, situated on the River Rhine and Germany’s fourth largest city, was recognised by the Romans as a major centre for their trade routes. Subsequently, considerable Roman remains can be found in contemporary Cologne, especially near the wharf area, where a notable discovery of a 1900 year old Roman boat was made in late 2007. Due to WWII air raids, today Cologne is notable for its simple and modest post-war buildings, but fortunately is still home to a few interspersed pre-war buildings that were reconstructed due to their historical importance. Most are fascinated by a visit to "The World's Oldest Fragrance Company" with its fascinating museum.

Landmarks include: the Cologne Cathedral, a World Heritage Site that houses the Shrine of the Three Kings; Twelve Romanesque churches that are outstanding examples of medieval architecture; and the Cologne City Hall that is the oldest city hall still in use in Germany. Of the original 12 city gates the three that remain - the Eigelsteintor, Hahnentor, and Severinstor - are fascinating to visit as are the many bridges, though you may wish to use the crossing of a special kind, the Cologne Cable Car. At the Chocolate Museum visitors are taken on a journey spanning 3,000 years, and also have the opportunity to enjoy tasting the products.

The city centre is also famed for its modern skyscrapers, and for those keen on shopping there is High Street that contains many gift shops, clothing stores and restaurants, while Schildergasse is the busiest shopping street in Europe. There are several Museums, such as the famous Roman-Germanic Museum that features art and architecture from the city's distant past, and the Museum Ludwig that houses one of the most important collections of modern art in Europe. Yes, this metropolis on the Rhine annually attracts millions of visitors. Most take a traditional "Hop-On Hop-Off" tour of Cologne that provides a truly special experience.

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4 Wed 24 Oct 2012 Koblenz, Germany
Legendary Rhine and Moselle Koblenz (aka Coblenz, Coblence) is one of the largest cities on the Rhine River in Germany and is situated on both banks of the Rhine at its junction with the Moselle. In 55 BC Roman troops commanded by Julius Caesar reached the Rhine, and the remains of a large bridge built by them in 49 AD are still visible. That the historical pattern of French occupation over the centuries has now completely ended, is encapsulated in the imposing William1st Monument that is a nationalistic declaration of the German refusal of any French claims to the area, and to German unity.

The town’s defensive works are extensive, and consist of strong forts crowning the hills encircling the town to the west, and the dominant citadel of Ehrenbreitstein that was heavily bombed during WWII and fortunately rebuilt. Koblenz has many buildings of historical interest - palaces, churches, citadels, castles, forts and monuments. Also of great interest is the Gothic freestone bridge of 14 arches that was erected in 1344. The varied and excellent art works of the Middle Rhine and Ludwig Museums, as well as the Alte Burg, a fortified residence on the banks of the River Mosel, are major tourist attractions.

Just a quick stroll around the town will highlight the appeal of Koblenz with its romantic narrow streets and historical squares, the picturesque alleyways in the old quarter with the Romanesque Basilica of St. Kastor with its buidings dating back to 842 AD, and the 12th century churches of St. Florin and Our Lady and. Be sure to take note of the delightful shops, restaurants and cosy bars. The Löhr Centre and Löhrstrasse are the town's main shopping areas. For nature lovers the Empress Augusta Park, and the Blumenhof with its riot flowers, are not to be missed.

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5 Thu 25 Oct 2012 Cochem, Germany
Legendary Rhine and Moselle Cochem is a town on the west bank of the Mosel River, capital of the district of Cochem-Zell, western Germany. It is situated in the valley of the Mosel, surrounded by vineyards and at the foot of a hill overlooked by a feudal castle, the Reichsburg, dating from 1051.

The history of Cochem in Celtic, Roman and early Middle Ages is unknown but its location was ideal for farming and wine production with access to the Mosel river traders. The Romans sang the praises of this remarkable landscape and visitors have been ever since.

Today, Cochem is the recognized centre of the Moselle Valley for tourism with 350,000 annual overnight visitors! As a link between the distant past and the present, Cochem Castle represents a landmark of the city and of the region. Around the castle yard stand defence turrets which tower overhead, suggesting through their form a direct line to the omnipotence of God. Sitting on one of the mighty walls and looking down to the romantic Moselle valley you will easily fall in love with this place.

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6 Fri 26 Oct 2012 Trier, Germany
Legendary Rhine and Moselle Founded Founded in 16 BC, Trier is the oldest city in Germany, situated on the banks of the Moselle River near the border with Luxembourg. Trier lies in a valley between low vine-covered hills of ruddy sandstone in the important Mosel wine-growing region. Of great interest are the Roman amphitheatre and the 2nd century AD Roman bridge across the Moselle River, which is the oldest bridge north of the Alps still crossed by traffic today.

Sights to see include - the 2000 years old Porta Nigra, the best preserved Roman city gate north of the Alps, ruins of three Roman baths, the huge Constantine Basilica of Roman Emperor Constantine, the Trier Cathedral that dates back to Roman times and home to the Holy Tunic that in Catholic tradition is said to be the robe Jesus was wearing when he died.

There are numerous museums of great interest, such as Karl Marx House that focuses on the development of Marx’s ideas and their spread around the world, and the Landes Museum has some of the most well preserved Ancient Roman artefacts in Germany. The amazing collection includes everything from Ancient Roman coins and mosaics to Ancient Roman grave markers. For the children, or just to have some fun be sure to visit the Toy Museum and its collection of German toys throughout history.

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7 Sat 27 Oct 2012 Wasserbillig, Luxembourg
Legendary Rhine and Moselle Wasserbillig is a town at the junction of the rivers Moselle and Sauer in eastern Luxembourg. It is the largest town in the commune of Merter, on the border with Germany. The country has a highly developed economy, with the world's highest GDP per capita. Its considerably lower taxes makes it a attractive for travellers to stock up on fuel, tobacco, coffee and chocolate.

Wasserbillig is home to a large aquarium with tanks of up to 40,000 litres exhibiting fish from around the world in natural surroundings. Nearby (12 km) at Grevenmacher is 'The Butterfly Garden' featuring a large glasshouse also displaying rare birds and insects living amongst the tropical ferns, multi-coloured flowers, banana plants and orange trees.

The Moselle Path starts in Wasserbillig and winds through vineyards and picturesque, small towns and villages on a journey of 32 miles to Schengen. There are many viewpoints from the footpath of the beautiful landscape of the Moselle region.

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7 Sat 27 Oct 2012 Trier, Germany
Legendary Rhine and Moselle Founded Founded in 16 BC, Trier is the oldest city in Germany, situated on the banks of the Moselle River near the border with Luxembourg. Trier lies in a valley between low vine-covered hills of ruddy sandstone in the important Mosel wine-growing region. Of great interest are the Roman amphitheatre and the 2nd century AD Roman bridge across the Moselle River, which is the oldest bridge north of the Alps still crossed by traffic today.

Sights to see include - the 2000 years old Porta Nigra, the best preserved Roman city gate north of the Alps, ruins of three Roman baths, the huge Constantine Basilica of Roman Emperor Constantine, the Trier Cathedral that dates back to Roman times and home to the Holy Tunic that in Catholic tradition is said to be the robe Jesus was wearing when he died.

There are numerous museums of great interest, such as Karl Marx House that focuses on the development of Marx’s ideas and their spread around the world, and the Landes Museum has some of the most well preserved Ancient Roman artefacts in Germany. The amazing collection includes everything from Ancient Roman coins and mosaics to Ancient Roman grave markers. For the children, or just to have some fun be sure to visit the Toy Museum and its collection of German toys throughout history.

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8 Sun 28 Oct 2012 Bernkastel, Germany
Legendary Rhine and Moselle Bernkastel is a district of the town Bernkastel-Kues, a well known wine growing centre that is over 700 years old, located on the Middle Moselle river in Rhineland, Germany. The town is a state-recognized health resort and birthplace of one of the most famous German polymaths, the mediaeval churchman and philosopher Nikolaus von Kues, whose birthplace has been well preserved over the centuries and is open to visitors along with the nearby St. Nikolaus Hospital. It also houses a world-famous library with a collection of ancient books.

Situated on both sides of the river, underneath the imposing ruin of Landshut Castle, the old town invites you to go for a stroll through historical lanes to learn its history and absorb its culture. Enjoy the idyllic landscape, the elegant Riesling grown in vineyards of world-wide fame, enjoy the sight of massive fortresses and impressive castles, and appreciate the picturesque villages with their unique ensemble of wonderful half-timbered houses that line up along the banks of the Moselle like a string of pearls.

Wine has long been an important aspect of Bernkastel-Kues; it's not called the "International Town of Vines and Wine" for nothing. Some of Germany's most renowned vineyards and wineries are located here. Follow the winding course of the river Moselle by bicycle, enjoy great views during a walking tour in the vineyards, or make use of some of the many leisure facilities of town, perhaps even enjoy some water skiing.

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9 Mon 29 Oct 2012 Rudesheim, Germany
Legendary Rhine and Moselle Rudesheim lies in the heart of the Rhine River area at the southern entrance to the Lorelei valley. It is well known for the Drosselgasse, just 144m long, the pedestrian street at the heart of the city's old town. It is full of beautifully decorated restaurants, live band entertainment, and open air garden taverns that are always thoroughly enjoyed by visitors. Wine-growing has a long tradition in Rudesheim and has established the town's reputation as a producer of acclaimed Riesling and Pinot Noir wines. A stroll through the vineyards to the Germania monument or to Ehrenfels castle ruins offers fantastic views of the Rhine Valley.

Take the mini train and visit the city's museum of mechanical music to both see and hear the intriguing ancient data storage (self-playing) musical instruments and join in the sing-a-longs. Rudesheim is a small town and therefore tourists can explore it on foot. Another option is to rent a bicycle and follow the number of bike trails that are perfect for both leisurely sightseeing and cross-country mountain biking. Rudesheim can also be explored via skates and has in-line skating routes in the Wiesbaden and Mainz region. There are also some fantastic hiking trails that take visitors past the well-known buildings of the port.

If time permits, one can also hike through enchanting vineyards. If not so energetic, take the cable car to the Niederworld Monument and enjoy the fascinating views, then on return find an outdoor table at a cafe, enjoy the food and famous local white wines, and just relax in the delightful surroundings. The Medieval Torture Museum is also of interest to many. Visit Bromserburg, the oldest castle in the Rhine Gorge, a World Heritage Site built in the 10th century over the site of a Roman fortification. Listen to the area's 1,000 year wine-growing history.

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10 Tue 30 Oct 2012 Speyer, Germany
Legendary Rhine and Moselle Speyer (aka Spires), located on the river Rhine, is one of Germany’s oldest cities dating back to pre-Roman times. The city is dominated by the architecturally significant Speyer Cathedral, where beneath the high altar are the tombs of eight Holy Roman emperors and German kings. Today it is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Of further interest to visitors are a number of churches and the Old Town gate. In recent years the cathedral district and some parts of the medieval town were elaborately renovated with a new design, so that Speyer has developed into one of Germany’s important tourist centres.

Close to the cathedral are the remains of the sculpture of the Mount of Olives that are now covered with a roof to prevent further deterioration, while in the cathedral square there is a large sculptured bowl - known as the Domnapf - that is of great historical significance. Then there is the Heath Tower and a section of the wall that once stood right by the Rhine, as well as the Hall of Antiques that was built to house the Roman artefacts found in the cathedral area.

Of great interest to visitors is the Technikmuseun with its giant Imax Dome theatre. There are several Walk-in exhibitions, so take a walk through a Boeing 747, a Russian spacecraft, a submarine, and locomotives, to name but a few. Visit the Maritime museum and the Miniature model museum. Don’t forget to visit the separate building Wihelmsbau, which displays a wide range of rare objects, including historic fashion, weapons, jewels, dolls ,toys, uniforms and automatic musical instruments.

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11 Wed 31 Oct 2012 Strasbourg, France
Legendary Rhine and Moselle Strasbourg, France’s great north-eastern metropolis and the intellectual and cultural capital of Alsace, is the ultimate European city. It has flavors of both France and Germany, and sits astride the border of the two countries. Today the residents have mixed feelings about their ‘Frenchness’ or ‘Germanness’, with many agreeing they are not either French or German, but a bit of both. It can be hard to discern which country you are truly in while visiting, especially as the signs are in both languages. As it is the home of the European Parliament, this surprisingly cosmopolitan destination hosts some of France's oldest cultural events.

Today the city is renowned for its sandstone Gothic Cathedral with its famous astronomical clock, and nearby one of the finest collections of museums anywhere in France. Then there is the medieval cityscape of Rhineland black and white timber-framed buildings. Walk or cycle through the notable streets and squares surrounding the cathedral, where the renowned Maison Kammerzell stands out. Be amazed at the picturesque "la Petite France" riverfront neighbourhood with its timbered buildings accented by colourful flower boxes that look like something straight out of a fairy tale book.

Strasbourg is also famous for its beautiful historical centre - the Grande Île - which was the first city centre to be classified entirely as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Interestingly, this is also one of the best areas in France when it comes to delectable cuisine as the dishes here have a boldness that is reminiscent of its German roots, while there is attention to quality and detail that is the epitome of the French gourmet philosophy. There is also a wide range of markets and great shopping venues to be visited, such as the new shopping centre Rivetoile at Place d'.Etoile that was opened at the end of 2008, and has shops similar to Place des Halles as well as higher budget shops and a selection of cafes.

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12 Thu 1 Nov 2012 Breisach, Germany
Legendary Rhine and Moselle The German town of Breisach is situated along the Rhine River on the French and German border, about halfway between Freiburg and Colma. During WWII 85% of Breisach was destroyed and the early 13th century cathedral of St. Stephansmünster was heavily damaged. Fortunately it is a great place to visit as it has since been restored with many of its remarkable features still intact. The Museum for Municipal History, which has an impressive collection of artefacts dating from the Stone Age to the present, has also been restored and makes for a fascinating visit. Breisach is also very well known for being home to Europe’s largest producing wine cellar.

This border town offers a unique version of Germany. The Altstadt, a part of which is elevated above the surrounding countryside, is surrounded by hills and unending vineyards. Near Breisach is the Kaiserstuhl, a clump of lush hills that used to be volcanoes and are now home to unique flora and fauna, usually found only in a warmer climate. The area has become a major attraction for hikers.

Vauban’s star-shaped French fortress-town of New Breisach with its pastel painted houses and just 4 km west of Breisach made the World Heritage List in 2008. It also offers visitors the opportunity to hire bicycles and ride to the delightful French town of Colmar or through terraced vineyards to Freiburg.

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12 Thu 1 Nov 2012 Basel, Switzerland
Legendary Rhine and Moselle Basel on the river Rhine is Switzerland's third most populous city, and located where the Swiss, French and German borders meet. It also has suburbs in France and Germany and interestingly the language spoken is called Basel German.

While Basel is home to an array of buildings designed by internationally renowned architects, it is also rich in buildings from much earlier times, such as the Gallo-Roman settlement and the early medieval buildings Schneidergasse 2-16. Indeed there are numerous heritage sites, including the entire Old Town of Basel, together with many churches and monasteries, secular buildings, archaeological sites, as well as museums, archives and collections.

The main sights would undoubtedly include the red sandstone Munster, which despite having been rebuilt and restored on several occasions, is one of the foremost late-Romanesque buildings in the Upper Rhine. A memorial to Erasmus lies inside. Also be sure to visit the City Hall, decorated with fine murals on both the outer walls and inner walls of the inner court, which was built in the 16th century and is located in the Market Square. Also the home of the country's tallest building (Basler Messetrum) and tallest tower (St Chrischona TV tower), Basel will long be remembered by visitors.

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13 Fri 2 Nov 2012 Basel, Switzerland
Legendary Rhine and Moselle Basel on the river Rhine is Switzerland's third most populous city, and located where the Swiss, French and German borders meet. It also has suburbs in France and Germany and interestingly the language spoken is called Basel German.

While Basel is home to an array of buildings designed by internationally renowned architects, it is also rich in buildings from much earlier times, such as the Gallo-Roman settlement and the early medieval buildings Schneidergasse 2-16. Indeed there are numerous heritage sites, including the entire Old Town of Basel, together with many churches and monasteries, secular buildings, archaeological sites, as well as museums, archives and collections.

The main sights would undoubtedly include the red sandstone Munster, which despite having been rebuilt and restored on several occasions, is one of the foremost late-Romanesque buildings in the Upper Rhine. A memorial to Erasmus lies inside. Also be sure to visit the City Hall, decorated with fine murals on both the outer walls and inner walls of the inner court, which was built in the 16th century and is located in the Market Square. Also the home of the country's tallest building (Basler Messetrum) and tallest tower (St Chrischona TV tower), Basel will long be remembered by visitors.

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Each December Uniworld's River Queen offers 7-night cruises between Frankfurt and Nuremberg with special visits to local markets during Europe’s festive season. In April she offers 9-night Tulips and Windmills through Belgium and the Netherlands. From May to November River Queen sails the Rhine-Main-Moselle-Danube river systems, mostly over 12 nights each way between Amsterdam and Basel (on the French, German, Swiss border). (From Basel a side trip reaches Zurich.) Occasional 14-night cruises travel between Amsterdam and Budapest in Hungary. These classic cruises are for those who appreciate history and architecture from Roman times, Medieval towns and castles, connoisseurs of wine, beer and food, and lovers of music. The ship is part of the most luxurious fleet in Europe.

Accommodation
All cabins are outside, comfortable, and maintained by twice-a-day service. All have premium bedding, controllable AC, direct-dial telephone, flat-screen TV with satellite, storage, built-in safe, vanity, hair dryer, bathrobes, and compact bathroom fitted out with L’Occitane products. Lower deck cabins have head-height windows, and middle deck staterooms have twin panoramic windows, and upper deck staterooms have twin full-height panoramic windows. An elevator services the middle and upper accommodation decks. Adjoining staterooms are available. Guest laundry and ironing facilities are available.

Food and Dining
The Restaurant is on the lower deck. Dining is acclaimed as “best-of-the-best” by observers of the river cruise industry. Breakfasts and lunches are full buffet with an extensive array of hot and cold items, and individually prepared items are available. Menu items include Continental and American preparations. Local and regional specialities are featured. Dinner is open-seating with four courses that make best use of local ingredients. Included with dinner are fine wines and a selection of beers and soft drinks.

Entertainment
The cruise focus is on exploration and walking tours with local guides. Tour variations continue to expand to meet the requests of guests. Bicycles are complimentary for self-organised sightseeing. Cultural enrichment programs, special lectures, and visiting entertainers are presented on board. A Family-Friendly program is offered on selected dates.

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Legendary Rhine and Moselle

Cruise summary

Cruise: Legendary Rhine and Moselle
Duration: 12 nights
Ship: River Queen
Star rating:
Departs: Amsterdam
Returns: Basel
Ports of call: 12
Forward departures:

What's onboard? ▼

  • Cruise Manager, English speaking
  • Boutique
  • Gratuities included in fare
  • DINING
  • Main Restaurant
  • Sun deck alfresco dining
  • Coffee station 24-h
  • Wines, beverages complimentary
  • ENTERTAINMENT
  • Main Lounge
  • Captain’s Lounge
  • Bar
  • ACTIVITIES
  • Sun deck, shades
  • Deck chess, shuffleboard
  • Fitness centre
  • Spa, sauna
  • Bicycles, walking sticks complimentary
  • Library
  • OTHER
  • Elevator, top 2 decks
  • Internet, Wi-Fi access free
  • Laundry room
  • Cabin power 220/110 V

What's included? ▼

  • Accommodation as booked
  • All transfers on arrival & departure
  • Land accommodation & travel as specified
  • Gratuities on board and local guides for included shore exccursion, in Europe & Russia
  • All main meals on-board
  • Beer, wine, soft drinks with lunch and/or dinner
  • Bottled water in stateroom
  • Specialty coffee, tea, bottled water, juices & snacks 24 hrs
  • Open/anytime seating & multi-venue dining
  • Captain’s welcome & farewell dinners
  • Use of ship facilities - indoor & outdoor
  • Entertainment - live music and/or shows, movies
  • Specialty lectures, workshops, classes & programs
  • Family programs on selected cruises
  • Cruise manager & all English speaking staff
  • Butler service (Antoinette & Beatrice)
  • Shore excursions & meals as specified
  • Fully hosted shore excursions, wireless headsets
  • Use of bicycles ashore
  • Internet access & Wi-Fi (public areas)

What's excluded? ▼

  • Airfares, accommodation & transfers not specified
  • Shore & land excursions and meals not specified
  • Bar expenses & snacks not on regular menu
  • Passport & visa fees
  • Taxes
  • Insurances of all kinds
  • Increases in third party charges or taxes
  • Gratuities in Egypt, China and Vietnam
  • Items & services of a personal nature
  • Medical services, vaccination costs
  • Laundry and/or valet charges
  • Phone/facsimile charges

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