Waterways of Holland and Belgium
Cruise Holland and Belgium's canals and waterways as you take in their magnificent art collections, spellbinding gardens, and enchanting medieval villages.
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.”
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!”
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BRUSSELS PRE-CRUISE OPTION
The capital of Belgium, this cosmopolitan city has become a crossroads of modern Europe—both the European Union and NATO have their headquarters here; residents speak variations of French, Flemish and German; and the grand boulevards and parks have a Parisian flavor while retaining Flemish character. Accommodations for two nights are in the deluxe, centrally located Hilton Brussels Grand Palace Hotel.
AMSTERDAM POST-CRUISE OPTION
The historic heart of Amsterdam, laced with tree-shaded canals and stately 16th- and 17th-century merchant houses, is designated a UNESCO World Heritage site, and is the perfect ending to your cruise. A guided city tour acquaints you with its landmarks and famous monuments. Walk through Jordaan, one of the most picturesque neighborhoods in Amsterdam and a center for art, musicians, and antiques; and visit the historic Anne Frank House museum. Enjoy five-star accommodations for two nights in The Renaissance Amsterdam Hotel.