AMSTERDAM - GRONINGEN - PAPENBURG - OLDENBURG - BREMEN - NIENBURG - MINDEN - HANOVER - ANDERTEN - BRAUNSCHWEIG - MAGDEBURG - POTSDAM - BERLIN - EBERSWALDE - ODERBERG - STOLPE - SZCZECIN - WOLGAST - PEENEMUNDE - Island of Usedom - GREIFSWALD - LAUTERBACH - Island of Rügen - STRALSUND - Copenhagen
You will discover Amsterdam and its famous UNESCO World Heritage Canals before diving into the heart of charming Dutch cities. In Germany, you will have the option to visit the Meyer Werft shipyard before exploring Bremen, the oldest maritime city in the country. Discover Hanover, Magdeburg, Potsdam or Copenhagen, cities that will make you appreciate the fascinating heritage of Germany. Discover cities with unique architecture such as Stralsund, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site, but also spectacular coastlines with fine sandy beaches and limestone cliffs on the islands of Usedom and Rügen. Visit the remains of Chorin Abbey, the finest example of brick architecture in Northern Germany.
*Price based on double occupancy
Your cruise with all meals from dinner the first evening to breakfast on the final day (except lunch on D12, D18 and D19) - onboard drinks included (except for drinks from our special lists) - accommodation in double-occupancy cabin with shower in private bathroom - transfer by coach from Stralsund to Rostock and from Gedser to Copenhagen - sea crossing from Rostock to Gedser aboard a ferry - accommodation at a 4-star hotel with breakfast in Copenhagen - guided panoramic tour of Copenhagen - onboard entertainment - assistance from our onboard multi-lingual host/hostess - welcome cocktail - gala dinners - travel assistance and repatriation insurance - all port fees.
Drinks from our special lists, or drinks ordered during excursions or transfers - cancellation and baggage insurance - optional excursions (must be reserved and paid for on board or at travel agency) - lunch on D12, D18 and D19- transfers/travel to and from departure/arrival points - personal expenses.
Valid national identity card or passport required. Non-EU nationals are advised to consult their embassy or consulate.