Explore the Low Countries
Sail through the inland waterways of the Low Countries-Belgium and Holland. Begin with an overnight stay in Antwerp, Europe's diamond capital. Cruise through a vast network of canals and rivers, stopping in key cities to soak up Flemish, German and Dutch culture and history. See the windmills of Kinderdijk, a UNESCO Site, and fascinating Rotterdam. Travel down picturesque waterways and witness feats of Dutch engineering before ending in vibrant Amsterdam.
Viking Inclusive Value
WE INCLUDE MORE FEATURES & SERVICES THAN OTHERS: One complimentary shore excursion in every port of call Free Wi-Fi (connection speed may vary) Visits to UNESCO Sites Enrichment lectures & Destination Performances Beer, wine & soft drinks with onboard lunch & dinner 24-hour specialty coffees, teas & bottled water Port taxes & fees Ground transfers with Viking Air purchase
YOUR STATEROOM INCLUDES: River-view stateroom Hotel-style bed with optional twin-bed configuration; luxury linens & pillows 40" flat-screen LCD TV with complimentary Movies On Demand 110/220 volt outlets & USB ports Refrigerator; security safe; hair dryer Spacious glass-enclosed shower Heated bathroom floor & anti-fog mirror Premium Freyja toiletries; plush robes & slippers Stateroom steward & twice-daily housekeeping
Day by Day
Day 1 - Antwerp Belgium
Belgium's second city, Antwerp is brimming with character and charm.
Day 2 - Antwerp Belgium
Antwerp's Cathedral of Our Lady, Belgium's largest Gothic church, is a masterpiece of murals and stained glass.
Day 3 - Maastricht The Netherlands
Bordered by Belgium and Germany, Maastricht has been influenced by its neighbors, resulting in the rich pan-European character that it reflects today.
Day 4 - Nijmegen The Netherlands
This 2,000-year-old city is home to Europe's busiest waterway, the Waal River, and has transitioned from a Roman military camp to a thriving modern municipality.
Day 5 - Rotterdam The Netherlands
Rotterdam, at the heart of a maze of rivers and artificial waterways, is considered the world's largest port.
Day 6 - Kinderdijk The Netherlands
The South Holland village community of Kinderdijk includes a set of 19 windmills and other ingenious technologies built in the 18th century to control flooding.
Day 7 - Hoorn The Netherlands
Founded in 1300, Hoorn was named for its horn-shaped harbor along the Ijsselmeer, the artificial lake created by massive dams.
Day 8 - Haarlem The Netherlands
A bustling metropolitan city of fine cafes, grand museums and canals amid cobblestone streets lined with historic buildings.
Day 9 - Amsterdam The Netherlands
The Dutch Golden Age's legacy lives on in gilded manses that line Amsterdam's canals and in the lush paintings that adorn the Rijksmuseum.
Day 10 - Amsterdam The Netherlands
Capital of The Netherlands, Amsterdam is renowned for its museums, colorful gardens, abundance of bicycles and endless lattice of canals.