A-Rosa

4 Nights - Rhine Mini Cruise Netherlands

 
 
4 Nights - Rhine Mini Cruise Netherlands
Starting from €459*

From Cologne to Amsterdam, Rotterdam and Nijmegen to Cologne.


Ship: A-ROSA SILVA


Departure Date :

Jan 03 2019 | Jan 07 2019

Optional tours are available from most ports for an additional charge.

 

Itinerary

 
Day Cologne
Depart 5:00 pm
Reiseverlauf Rhine River Cruise Cologne, the old Cathedral city, is also one of the most important traffic hubs and commercial centres in Germany, with world famous trade fairs and a busy shipping traffic. Cologne developed out of a Roman colony and looks back on a history of more than 2000 years. In the Middle Ages it was one of the leading towns in Germany. The Second World War destroyed most of the inner city; these parts were rebuilt in a modern style. The landmark and emblem of the city is the Cathedral, a masterpiece of High Gothic architecture and one of the largest cathedrals in Europe. Other tourist attractions are the town hall, the Malakoff Tower, the St Martin Church and the old abbey.
Cologne
 
 
Day Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Arrive 10:00 am Depart 11:59 pm
A stop in Amsterdam offers the chance to explore the sights of one of Europe’s most colorful, dynamic and historic cities—one with a well-earned reputation as a laid-back and inviting place for people of all stripes. Visitors are naturally drawn to the historic city center where you’ll find some of the world’s top art museums, including the Rijksmuseum and the Van Gogh Museum. And at Dam Square, the Amsterdam’s largest public square, you can tour the Royal Palace before continuing to the tourist attractions on the Canal Belt. The iconic network of waterways that surrounds the downtown area offers a picturesque backdrop for sightseeing by bike or canal boat. Be sure to visit the floating Bloemenmarkt to peruse famed Dutch tulips, and take time to wander and window-shop among the narrow lanes of de Jordaan. And you won’t have to look far in Amsterdam to find delicious Dutch treats along the way. Just duck into a cozy brown café to sample a plate of bitterballen with mustard and a beer, and grab a gooey sweet stroopwafel from a street vendor as you stroll.
Amsterdam, The Netherlands
 
 
Day Rotterdam / Amsterdam
Arrive 8:00 am Depart 2:00 pm
Rotterdam, the second largest city in the Netherlands, is located on both banks of the Nieuwe Maas, the southern arm of the Rhine, joined by the little River Rotte. Since the opening of the Europoort in 1966, Rotterdam has been the largest port in the world, and in consequence has developed into a gigantic commercial and industrial centre whose full potential is still very far from being realised.

Amsterdam

Amsterdam is located in the provinces of Noord-Holland. Including its ten outer suburbs, Amsterdam has a population of over one million inhabitants, forming the largest conurbation in what is known as “Randstad Holland”. The city is the hub and cornerstone of the Dutch economy thanks mainly to its importance as a commercial centre and the country’s second largest port. Amsterdam is unusual in many ways, i.e. it has more than 2000 architectural monuments, world-class museums and historic canals, but also its unique and liberal atmosphere makes it stand out.
Rotterdam / Amsterdam
 
 
Day Nijmegen
Arrive 8:00 am Depart 1:00 pm
Nijmegen, situated at the left bank of the Waal, the southern arm of the Rhine is one of the two gateways of the Netherlands on the Lower Rhine. Nijmegen once was a Roman settlement. In the Carolingian period it was an imperial residence, and later became a free imperial city and Hanseatic Town. In 1579 it joined the Union of Utrecht. The town’s prosperity began only with the development of industry in the latter part of the 19th century. Highlights of the old town are the Grote Markt and the St Sevenskerk (13th to 15th century), the town hall.
Nijmegen
 
 
Day Cologne
Arrive 6:00 am
Reiseverlauf Rhine River Cruise Cologne, the old Cathedral city, is also one of the most important traffic hubs and commercial centres in Germany, with world famous trade fairs and a busy shipping traffic. Cologne developed out of a Roman colony and looks back on a history of more than 2000 years. In the Middle Ages it was one of the leading towns in Germany. The Second World War destroyed most of the inner city; these parts were rebuilt in a modern style. The landmark and emblem of the city is the Cathedral, a masterpiece of High Gothic architecture and one of the largest cathedrals in Europe. Other tourist attractions are the town hall, the Malakoff Tower, the St Martin Church and the old abbey.
Cologne
 
 
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