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Best of Holland and Belgium

Amsterdam to Amsterdam River Cruise

7 night Amsterdam to Amsterdam Cruise

with optional 2 night pre cruise stay in Amsterdam

Best of Holland and Belgium  Cruise Map


Immerse yourself in a feast for the senses as you travel through the Netherlands and Belgium. Taste rich Belgian chocolates. Listen to the distinctive clanks and charms of mechanical instruments at Utrecht’s Museum Speelklok. Admire the beautiful architecture and artistry of castles that include Utrecht’s de Haar, Brussels’ Gasbeek and Ghent’s Caste of the Counts of Flanders. Inhale the aroma of freshly pressed Belgian waffles and Dutch street fries. And feel the gentle breeze dance along your cheeks as you cruise through the Haarlem and Amsterdam canals. As a diverse array of knowledgeable and gracious local guides share each destination’s unique history with you, you’ll return from this cruise having experienced the best of Holland and Belgium!



Arrive in Amsterdam and check into your hotel.


Follow your guide through the charming capital of the Netherlands, with its iconic meandering canals, bridges and distinctive architecture. (B)


Enjoy an enchanting cruise along the canal in Haarlem outside of Amsterdam, passing historic architecture, bridges and even a windmill iconic of the region. Later in the day, transfer to your ship. (B,D)


There are 165 canals in Amsterdam, and you’ll get enjoy some of them on your canal cruise. Later in the day, enjoy a scenic cruise through the IJsselmeer to Utrecht, the religious center of the Netherlands since the 8th century and a far-reaching city boasting a medieval old town, canals and a beautiful Gothic cathedral, some of which you may see on your walking tour, which includes a visit to the whimsical collection of automatically playing musical instruments at Museum Speelklok. Alternatively, marvel at the largest castle in Holland, De Haar on a walking or biking tour. Straight out of your fairytale dreams, this castle inspires awe with its turrets, moats and suspension bridges as well as its luxurious interior. (B,L,D)


Enjoy a scenic morning cruise through the delta before arriving in Hellevoetsluis, an island metropolis of South Holland. During your tour of this medieval harbor town, you may see enchanting sites such as its iconic working De Hoop windmill and witness the charming wharf houses. Later in the day, you may discover the intriguing history of how the Delta Works, a unique storm surge barrier, came to be while visiting the Flood Museum. More than half of the Netherlands lies below sea level and the Delta Works were built to prevent a recurrence of the 1953 flood disaster. For those who prefer an active adventure, pedal from Hellevoetsluis, with its cobblestone streets and charming harbor, across the Haringvlietdam and back. (B,L,D)


There are several choices of excursions in Ghent, depending on your interests. Stroll through the Capital of East Flanders, learning about its unique history on your walking tour, or pedal through the spellbinding town on a guided bike tour. Alternatively, visit Bruges, one of the best preserved medieval cities in Europe, on a full-day excursion that includes the renowned Church of Our Lady, home to the beautiful Carrara marble Madonna and Child sculpture by Michelangelo. If you prefer a shorter excursion in Bruges, visit the town later in the day or spend your afternoon at Ghent’s moated Castle of the Counts, which boasts an eye-catching design as well as a ghoulishly interesting collection of medieval torture devices. (B,L,D


Explore Belgium’s captivating capital on your guided walking tour or pedal through Brussels on a guided bike ride that takes you into Laeken Park where you will see the unique architecture of the Far East Museums as well as the jaw-dropping iron molecule sculpture known as the Atomium. Alternatively, delight your palate with a Belgian chocolate tasting. In the afternoon, visit Gaasbeek Castle, one of the oldest and authentic moated castles in Flanders. (B,L,D)


Explore Belgium’s trendy “City of Diamonds” on a walking tour where you’ll see Antwerp’s Steen Castle, Grote Market and Brabo Fountain, along with the UNESCO-designated Cathedral of Our Lady. Active travelers may prefer instead to bike through Antwerp. Later in the day, beer enthusiasts will appreciate a tasting of the local brew while foodies may prefer our excursion to sample some of Belgium’s culinary delights such as its fresh and fluffy waffles. An afternoon bike tour is also available for those who prefer to get their heart beating later in the day, and it includes an opportunity to visit the Red Star Line Museum, highlighting the historic shipping line responsible for transporting three million immigrants to America. (B,L,D)


Established in 1220, Holland’s oldest city was virtually destroyed by a devastating flood in the 15th century that essentially created the city’s wetlands. Learn more about Dordrecht’s fascinating history on your walking tour, or visit Rotterdam, the “Gateway to Europe,” as well as Delfshaven, where, on August 1, 1620, the Pilgrim fathers departed on their epic journey aboard the Speedwell. Stopping in Southampton, many then boarded the Mayflower and concluded their journey at Plymouth Rock in Massachusetts. If you prefer to venture off the beaten path, head to the smaller town of Gorinchem with its picturesque Old Town or go on an architectural bike tour through Rotterdam. In the afternoon, venture to the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Kinderdijk, a lovely village renowned for having the country’s greatest concentration of windmills, all dating from the 18th century. You may also pedal past the windmills from the seat of a bike. (B,L,D)


Explore Belgium’s trendy “City of Diamonds” on a walking tour where you’ll see Antwerp’s Steen Castle, Grote Market and Brabo



2024 / 2025 Per Person Cruise Fares

Lower Deck - Cat E w/window
Lower Deck - Cat D w/window
Middle and Upper Deck - Cat C w/ French balcony aft
Middle Deck - Cat BB w/twin balconies fwd & mid
Upper Deck - Cat BA aft w/twin balconies
Upper and Middle Deck - Cat AB w/twin balconies
Upper Deck - Cat AA w/twin balconies
Upper Deck - Suite
w/twin balconies

Amsterdam to Amsterdam

11-Mar-24 AmaMora $2,799 $3,098 $4,098 $4,698 $4,898 $5,098 $5,298 $6,598
5-Jun-24 AmaPrima $3,999 $4,298 $5,298 $5,898 $6,098 $6,298 $6,498 $7,798
26-Jun-24 AmaCerto $3,999 $4,298 $5,298 $5,898 $6,098 $6,298 $6,498 $7,798
14-Aug-24 AmaPrima $3,999 $4,298 $5,298 $5,898 $6,098 $6,298 $6,498 $7,798
4-Sep-24 AmaCerto $4,299 $4,598 $5,598 $6,198 $6,398 $6,598 $6,798 $8,098
23-Oct-24 AmaPrima $3,999 $4,298 $5,298 $5,898 $6,098 $6,298 $6,498 $7,798
13-Nov-24 AmaCerto $3,699 $3,998 $4,998 $5,598 $5,798 $5,998 $6,198 $7,498
23-Dec-24 AmaSerena $3,699 $3,998 $4,998 $5,598 $5,798 $5,998 $6,198 $7,498
26-Dec-24 AmaLucia $3,699 $3,998 $4,998 $5,598 $5,798 $5,998 $6,198 $7,498
28-Dec-24 AmaPrima $3,699 $3,998 $4,998 $5,598 $5,798 $5,998 $6,198 $7,498
7-May-25 AmaPrima $3,899 $4,198 $5,198 $5,798 $5,998 $6,198 $6,398 $7,698
28-Jun-25 AmaStella $3,999 $4,298 $5,298 $5,898 $6,098 $6,298 $6,498 $7,798
5-Jul-25 AmaStella $3,999 $4,298 $5,298 $5,898 $6,098 $6,298 $6,498 $7,798
26-Jul-25 AmaStella $3,999 $4,298 $5,298 $5,898 $6,098 $6,298 $6,498 $7,798
2-Aug-25 AmaStella $3,999 $4,298 $5,298 $5,898 $6,098 $6,298 $6,498 $7,798
6-Sep-25 AmaStella $4,399 $4,698 $5,698 $6,298 $6,498 $6,698 $6,898 $8,198
13-Sep-25 AmaStella $4,399 $4,698 $5,698 $6,298 $6,498 $6,698 $6,898 $8,198
18-Oct-25 AmaStella $4,199 $4,498 $5,498 $6,098 $6,298 $6,498 $6,698 $7,998
25-Oct-25 AmaStella $4,099 $4,398 $5,398 $5,998 $6,198 $6,398 $6,598 $7,898
15-Nov-25 AmaStella $3,699 $3,998 $4,998 $5,598 $5,798 $5,998 $6,198 $7,498
22-Nov-25 AmaStella $3,599 $3,898 $4,898 $5,498 $5,698 $5,898 $6,098 $7,398


Port Charges are an additional $224 per passenger (2024) / $231 for 2025

2 Night Amsterdam stay - $830 per person 2024 / 2025

Single Supplement 50% of twin, Suite 100% of twin

rates include: standard or SLIDING GLASS DOOR CABIN or CABIN WITH A USEABLE BALCONY, excursions, free internet, and wine with dinner
* indicates reverse itinerary