Enjoy a river cruise along the canals and waterways of Holland and Belgium as you take in their magnificent art collections, spellbinding gardens (including more than 7 million tulips amid the spectacular Keukenhof Gardens), and enchanting medieval villages aboard the Amadeus Silver II

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 Dutch landscape of tulip fields   Tulips in the Keukenhof  Keukenhof Gardens.  Credit: Steve Greye  A windmill in the Netherlands  Houses and canals of Amsterdam  Antwerp Cathedral, Belgium  Typical canal in medieval Bruges

Waterways of Holland and Belgium

A River Cruise Aboard the Aboard the 160-guest Amadeus Silver II

9 days from $3,995

Enjoy a river cruise along the canals and waterways of Holland and Belgium as you take in their magnificent art collections, spellbinding gardens (including more than 7 million tulips amid the spectacular Keukenhof Gardens), and enchanting medieval villages aboard the Amadeus Silver II

or Call 855-330-1542

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WHAT OUR TRAVELERS SAY

Our Smithsonian tour was amazing. It was educational, scenic and fun. All the guides were exceptional and truly gave us insight into our destination. 

- Gail M.

The tour "Waterways of Holland and Belgium" was a truly wonderful, joyous experience - the places visited were interesting and often awe-inspiring; the ship was a lovely "base" and the leaders all were marvelous - and, I might add, we had a thoroughly delightful group of fellow travelers! 

- Becky R.

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Apr 19 - 27, 2017 Departure; Apr 26 - May 4, 2017 Departure
Valerie Hedquist

Valerie Hedquist

Valerie Hedquist is a professor of art history at the University of Montana.  She earned her Ph.D. with honors at the University of Kansas and has been teaching and writing for over twenty years. During her academic life, she has also continued to explore and teach the art and architecture of Italy, a country whose language and literature she studied while an undergraduate at the University of Minnesota. Valerie has travelled with students to many national and international locations, including several trips to Italy.  She has written reviews and catalogue essays for museum exhibitions, broadcast radio programs, and presented papers to local, regional, and international meetings on an array of topics from the plague in art to the use of assemblage in contemporary artistic processes.  In summer 2011, her book on the art and life of Montana artist, Fra Dana was published.  Since 1975, she has explored Italy from Palermo, Sicily to Asti in the Piedmont region.