Arrive: Wed 25 May 2022 / Depart: Wed 25 May 2022 at 20:00
During the stop in the port of Le Havre you can discover a maritime metropolis through modernist architecture and many fascinating museums. Le Havre is a port city in Normandy that was rebuilt after being destroyed during World War II. In 2005 its architectural masterpieces earned it inclusion on the UNESCO World Heritage list. Don’t forget to taste some of the local dishes.
Arrive: Thu 26 May 2022 at 09:00 / Depart: Thu 26 May 2022 at 21:00
Bruges is characterised by its many canals lined with beautiful medieval buildings and the strong fragrance of chocolate running through the city. The Port of Bruges is one of the tourist jewels of Belgium. The city, nicknamed the Venice of the North, has managed to retain its medieval architecture and fabulous monuments over the centuries, despite its thriving economic development that made it one of the largest commercial ports in Europe today. Visit the marvellous historic centre declared a UNESCO World Heritage site and explore its quaint streets full of historical monuments, criss-crossed by beautiful canals and taste one of the best chocolates in the world.
Arrive: Sat 28 May 2022 at 07:00 / Depart: Sat 28 May 2022 at 17:00
Bremerhaven, on Germany’s North Sea coast, is about 50 kilometres from the city of Bremen. It has its own enthralling atmosphere, due, in part, to its interesting harbour. This young coastal city has many attractions, including a fine zoo near to the sea. During our cruise to Germany, we’ll stop at the port of Bremerhaven where the story of German maritime history was born. Rebuilt after World War II, the city is today, an expression of a young and open Germany Take advantage of this stop in the port of Bremerhaven to discover a city that is a symbol of German maritime history. It was a naval base for the German army during World War II, then completely destroyed and rebuilt after the war. Bremerhaven has interesting historical attractions. You can visit, for example, the German Emigration Centre, one of the largest museums in Europe dedicated to the history of German emigration to the United States. Enjoy the breathtaking views of this city with a young and friendly atmosphere and treat yourself to a visit to the zoo with its Arctic wildlife section.
Arrive: Sun 29 May 2022 at 08:00 / Depart: Sun 29 May 2022
Amsterdam is not only a city: it is one of the places of Impressionism and the heart of Flemish painting, with its beautiful canals and the kindness of the Dutch. Amsterdam was once a small fishing village that developed due to the various influences it came under. Today, the city is an international destination for tourism and culture. As soon as you arrive at the port of Amsterdam, you'll sense the contagious atmosphere that pervades it and the culture of sharing. Spend some time visiting the Gothic church of Nieuwe Kerk and then dive into the past by visiting the Anne Frank House in the Grachtengordel district. Complete your visit with a walk in the Oud-West district, with its bars and its characteristic "Brown Cafés".
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