See the city's most famous sites on a guided walking tour. Visit the Old Town, Cathedral Square and the Gothic cathedral
Board a glass-top boat and admire the city’s architecture as you cruise the maze of World Heritage-listed canals.
Considered to be the most beautiful section of the Rhine, drift past vineyard-covered slopes and ancient castles
Be met on arrival and transfer to your ship.
Stay: Seven Nights, a Concerto River ShipDaily :
Enjoy a boat tour along Amsterdam's canals, then explore the city with a local guide. In the afternoon, cruise towards Germany, then tonight, get to know your fellow travellers as you sit down to a delicious Welcome Dinner.Daily :
Disembark your ship for a guided tour that includes a visit to the impressive Christmas market at Cologne Cathedral. Another option includes a beer tasting.Daily :
Cruise the Rhine Gorge, then in Rüdesheim, choose from a wine tasting or a vineyard hike. Then, visit Siegfried’s Mechanical Musical Instrument Museum or enjoy some Rüdesheimer coffee.Daily :
Arrive in Ludwigshafen and perhaps visit Heidelberg, or take a city tour of Speyer. Later, visit the local Christmas markets and perhaps enjoy a drink of hot Glühwein.Daily :
Perhaps enjoy a panoramic tour, then explore on foot with a chance to visit Strasbourg’s famous Christmas market. Later, explore seasonal delicacies at the Gengenbach Christmas Market.Daily :
From Breisach, perhaps travel to France’s Alsace region to tour the town of Riquewihr. Otherwise explore the town of Freiburg. Both options will then visit the Christmas markets. Another option includes a hike.Daily :
Disembark in Basel and be transferred to the airport.Daily :
Operated in conjunction with our partner, AmaWaterways, enjoy travelling with guests from all over the world.
Europe’s finest onboard dining included on your cruise, with AmaWaterways a member of the La Chaine des Rotisseurs.
Enjoy complimentary beer, wine and soft drink served with lunch and dinner on board your luxury river ship.
As a family-owned company with origins that date back to 1927, we know how to make a great holiday extraordinary