Cruises in Belgium and the Netherlands
Enjoy on a cruise through Belgium and the Netherlands diverse river landscapes, beautiful old hanseatic cities and distinctive culture. Windmill plains and fields of tulips, visual arts and canals border the shores of your river cruise through Belgium and the Netherlands. Cultural and artistic cities such as Brussels, Bruges and Ghent, the global cities of Amsterdam and Rotterdam await you on a cruise through Belgium and the Netherlands. You will pass and savor the mighty Rhine, the Antwerp seaport on the Scheldt, the Meuse and the Ijsselmeer: these are not the only important waterways, but also picturesque cruising itineraries that lead you to the charming Dutch islands of Terschelling, Texel and Ameland. Your cruise is marked by the sophisticated spirit of Belgium and the Netherlands. It is reflected in the magnificent art galleries, the Rubens and Rembrandt in the Groening Museum in Bruges, the stunning Grand Place in Brussels with the Gothic Town Hall, the medieval bell towers of churches and guilds throughout Belgium and the Netherlands, up to the contemporary atmosphere between the daily routine and the elegance that you will feel on board of your cruise ship. This unique flair perpetuates on the streets of the bustling cities, as well as in the charming villages, pulls in every alley and accompanies you even on easygoing shore excursions through the nature. This river cruise is characterized not only by countless world-famous artistic and architectural treasures, but also by relaxing nature experiences on the water: an unparalleled cruise of perfect harmony awaits you!
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In 810 Charles the Great had a baptistery built here to proselytize the pagan north. For safety the "Hammaburg" is built. Decisively through the 1189 port rights conferred in 1189 the city developed in the Middle Ages into a flourishing commercial center and was with around 600 breweries as "brewery of the Hanse". In 1619 Hamburg was the largest city in Germany. But even after the decline of the Hanseatic League, the city remained the most important economic center of northern Germany. Even today Hamburg is largely autonomous as city-state and offers good the trade with its free port good conditions. The port of Hamburg ( "Hamburg Gateway to the World") is the largest seaport in Germany and, as measured by the container handling in 2004, the second largest in Europe and ninth largest worldwide. For some special goods, such as raw coffee or carpets, it is the largest transshipment port in the world.
Unfortunately, the city was badly destroyed in World War II. Only a few buildings are preserved. Nevertheless, Rotterdam is a cultural center. The various educational institutions - the Music and Art College and the new university - give the city a very lively character. Its diversity is also legendary due to the port and the former Dutch colonies.
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- Aalsmeer, Alkmaar, Alphen aan den Rijn, Amsterdam, Antoing, Antwerpen, Arnheim, Aschendorf, Papenburg, Batavia, Bergen op Zoom, Bergum, Bouchemaine, Bremen, Brügge, Bruinisse, Brüssel, Châtelet, Cuijk, Delfzijl, Den Helder, Dendermonde, Deventer, Doesburg, Dordrecht, Dörpen, Düsseldorf, Eemshaven, Elsfleth, Emden, Enkhuizen, Gent, Gorinchem, Gouda, Grevenmacher, Groningen, Haarlem, Hamburg, Harderwijk, Haren, Harlingen, Hasselt, Hellevoetsluis, Hemelingen, Bremen, Heusden, Hoorn, Huizen, Huy, Kampe, Kampen, Kinderdijk, Köln, La Louvière, Leer, Leeuwarden, Lelystad, Lemmer, Lier, Lingen, Lovendegem, Lüttich, Luxemburg, Maastricht, Makkum, Marken, Mechelen, Medemblik, Merelbeke, Middelburg, Mons, Mook, Namur, Neeltje Jans, Nigtevecht, Nimwegen (Nijmegen), Oldenburg, Ostende, Oude Wetering, Oudeschild, Papenburg, Remich, Roermond, Rotterdam, Schengen, Schiedam, Schoonhoven, Sint-Amands, Sneek, Spakenburg, Stavoren, Stein, Terneuzen, Texel, Tiel, Tolkamer, Tournai, Urk, Utrecht, Veere, Venlo, Vilvoorde...