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Bruges, Medieval Flanders, Amsterdam & the Dutch Bulbfields

Itinerary, Prices and Dates


Round Trip from Amsterdam 8 Days

Medieval Bruges
Medieval Bruges

Amsterdam, one of the world's unique cities, famous for its stunning art from Rembrandt to Van Gogh and is where this delightful cruise commences. First we explore the tiny villages of old Holland from where ships of the 16th century Dutch East India Company set sail in search of silks and spices. Then it's off to Arnhem scene of the famous battle in 1944 before visiting Antwerp, the city of Diamonds and Rubens with its main square lined by the tall step-gabled, merchant's houses so typical of the low countries.

Then we explore the very best of Flanders in delightfully medieval Ghent. From here we see Ypres and one of Europe's finest old world cities, delightful Bruges. Listen to the sound of the carillion emanating wonderfully from the instantly recognisable Bell Tower, sip a coffee in the old market square and reflect on how wonderful life can be.

Finally we discover one of nature's most spectacular of floral displays, the kaleidoscope of colour that is the Dutch Bulbfields.

What's Included

  • 7 nights 5★ cruise accommodation in an outside stateroom
  • Most staterooms have floor to ceiling sliding glass doors opening to a French Balcony
  • Tour highlights include
  • Canal tour of picturesque Amsterdam
  • Walking tour of Bruges
  • Visit Arnhem, famous for the 1944 battle depicted in A Bridge Too Far
  • Tour Antwerp, the city of Rubens and the Flemish Masters
  • Walking tour of Ghent, Western Europe's largest city in the 14th century
  • Visit Ypres and the First World War battlefields
  • Tour the beautiful Keukenhof Park, arguably the world's finest floral display
  • Experience six hundred years fo Dutch history in Volendam
  • Cruise along the Zuiderzee
  • Gourmet dining with all meals included during your cruise
  • Welcome & Captain's Gala Dinners
  • Services of professional Cruise Manager
  • Return standard class Eurostar from London or flights from various UK airports
  • All port charges, airport taxes and transfers from airport or station to ship

Day 1: Arrive in Amsterdam

Map of the Dutch & Belgian Waterways
Map of the Dutch & Belgian Waterways

You can fly to Amsterdam from a variety of airports or take a late morning Eurostar from London St Pancras International changing trains in Brussels (you will be accompanied by our Tour Manager), to Amsterdam. Here you will be taken to the ship in Amsterdam where the dedicated crew welcome you on board, ensuring you settle into your comfortable and extremely well-equipped cabin and familiarise yourself with the ship, your first-class floating hotel.
Included Meals D

Day 2: Amsterdam, Volendam & Hoorn

Breakfast is an institution on our river cruisers and you are always assured of a magnificent selection, the perfect start to the day. We are moored in the heart of fascinating Amsterdam, so we take a delightful sightseeing cruise around its picturesque canals - in classic glass-topped boats. The tour brings a real insight into Amsterdam's history, art and people, throughout history at the heart of European culture and commerce and often a fierce rival to British ambitions! You'll see a fascinating variety of gabled buildings along the charming waterfronts, slide beneath bridges immortalised by the great artists and hear about Old Masters like Rembrandt and heroes such as Anne Frank, whose diaries tell an extraordinarily moving story.

A splendid buffet lunch awaits your return as we slip away from the quayside towards the IJsselmeer the lake created when the Zuiderzee was dammed, then on to Volendam, a delightful fishing village preserved almost as it was centuries ago! Retaining much of its charm, it is not difficult to imagine hard-working fishermen returning with their catch with their womenfolk repairing nets in front of the quaint wooden cottages lining the waterfront. Many villagers still wear traditional dress, including white pinafores and curved bonnets as they wander through the maze of alleys behind Volendam's protective dyke. Next we cruise to historic Hoorn, once a prosperous port of the Dutch East India Company. Reminiscent of another age, it is a delightful mix of imposing 15tho t 19th century, brick-built mercantile warehouses, cobbled squares and twisting alleys. Hoorn's ships traded the world over, with one intrepid sailor even naming the southernmost tip of South America after his home town - Cape Horn! There's time to explore this intriguing spot before another splendid dinner.
Included Meals B L D

Day 3: Arnhem & the Rhine

One of the delights of river cruising is the enchanting experience of awaking in a new world, the water gently lapping as the ship glides almost imperceptibly along. We are now deep in the heart of Holland passing flower bedecked houseboats, flocks wildfowl and of course windmills! We soon arrive in Arnhem, once a member of the Hanseatic League, but since 1944 synonymous with the ill-fated battle so vividly depicted in the film 'A Bridge Too Far'.

We visit the former British HQ at Oosterbeek, now an excellent museum and the poignant Commonwealth War Cemetery, the final resting place of so many. Back on board, we cruise along the mighty River Rhine, one of Europe's foremost waterways before enjoying another sumptuous dinner on board, as the riverside lights twinkle on.
Included Meals B L D

Day 4: River Schelde & Antwerp

This morning there's a chance to marvel at the Captain's calm skill as he safely navigates the Ship through the busy waters of the River Schelde, mooring in Antwerp whose picturesque main square is lined by the tall, gabled townhouses so typical of the low countries. Once ruled by Spain, Antwerp grew immensely wealthy during its 16th century Golden Age when it was Europe's largest port north of the Alps, with the profits invested in the city's art and architectural heritage. This morning we enjoy a sightseeing tour of this historic and vastly underrated city, birthplace of Rubens and steeped in history.

This afternoon is free to explore as you wish and perhaps visit the Fine Art Museum with over 7,000 paintings including renowned works by Rubens, Jordaens and Van Dyck.
Included Meals B L D

Day 5: Ghent & Ypres

Today we awake in medieval Ghent, once Western Europe's largest city and our picturesque base for the next two days. Ghent is a perfectly preserved medieval gem boasting: a gorgeously unspoilt waterfront; the imposing Gravenstein fortress towering above the river; a 13th century skyline punctured by the soaring belfry and Van Eyck's masterpiece Adoration of the Mystic Lamb which decorates the cathedral. This morning we have a sightseeing tour and after lunch we visit Ypres, a name synonymous with the horrors of the Great War and the centre of British activity in Belgium. Almost totally destroyed Ypres is now a place of pilgrimage, peace and reflection. We learn about some of the places made famous during the fighting.

You may wish to visit the excellent, In Flanders Fields Museum in the heart of the beautifully restored town centre and a must for those interested in the decisions of the Generals and the extraordinary lives of the ordinary soldiers and civilians. We also visit Tyne Cot Cemetery and the infamous battlefield of Passchendaele. Ypres is the home of the Menin Gate, the incredibly moving memorial to the missing where the last post is played every evening.

However, this excursion is not compulsory so should you choose to have free time in Ghent, perhaps ride in a horse drawn carriage, or visit one of the many other attractions, this afternoon is the ideal opportunity to do so.
Included Meals B L D

Day 6: Bruges

After breakfast we take the short drive to Bruges, one of Europe's most perfectly preserved medieval cities and have a guided walk of this beautiful town which really does carry its remarkable medieval legacy with charm and to perfection. The whole atmosphere of Bruges is pure romance with its streets crammed with fascination. It is so exquisitely compact, centred on the main square, dominated by the soaring Belfry and when the unique old Flemish chimes are heard, the atmosphere is idyllic. You can climb this tower and if you can face the 366 steps, the view is breathtaking.

You will also see the City Hall, the old Law Courts and the Basilaic of the Holy Blood in which is housed some of Jesus' blood. Another must is the Notre Dame Church which houses Michelangelo's beautiful Madonna and Child, carved in white carrara marble, plus of course the legendary chocolate shops!

You will be reluctant to leave this utterly enchanting place although the promise of more first-class dining in the ship's superb restaurant will not disappoint. This evening we leave Ghent returning to Holland
Included Meals B L D

Day 7: Keukenhof & Amsterdam

Early risers discover the ship making effortless progress along the delightful waterways and you experience the somewhat surreal effect of cruising above the height of the surrounding reclaimed polder- it's almost like flying! Today we take you to the stunning Keukenhof Gardens, the heart of the glorious bulbfields. On arrival, nothing quite prepares you for the dazzling spectrum of colours stretched out before you, the countryside ablaze in a riot of colour unsurpassed anywhere else in the world. The art of the flower garden reaches breathtaking heights here, as you marvel at the tens of thousands of blooms set amongst a delightful landscape of shimmering lakes, ancient trees, flowering shrubs and beautiful water gardens. We rejoin our ship in Amsterdam and after lunch you are free to explore as you wish.

Perhaps you may wish to admire the fine art of the Rijksmuseum, with its many works by the Great Masters, or the Van Gogh Museum housing the world's greatest collection by this genius of a man. Alternatively perhaps, relax in a pavement café absorbing Amsterdam's special atmosphere over a rich Dutch coffee, go shopping or just stay on board catching up on some reading; the choice is yours.

This evening is the Captain's Dinner, where the chef prepares his superb signature dishes served in delightful surroundings, with chance to reflect on the fascinating places you have discovered, poignant stories you have heard and interesting, like-minded people you have met.
Included Meals B L D

Day 8: Depart Amsterdam

After breakfast this morning you must reluctantly leave the ship and her dedicated crew as you transfer to the train station or to the airport for your transport home.
Included Meals B


  • Included Meals  Included Meals - B: breakfast, L: lunch, D: dinner.

MS Lord Byron & MS Jane Austen



Overview

Every aspect of the 5★ MS Lord Byron (2013) and her sister ship, the MS Jane Austen (new for the 2015 season), are designed to the highest possible specification and exacting standards to bring you the very best and most enjoyable river cruising experience, in the most luxurious comfort. Stylish furnishings using environmentally friendly materials are beautifully combined with the most advanced safety systems … and the work of a wonderful designer's eye conjuring up the classic lines and sophistication of a luxurious ocean liner. As always, the finesse is in the detail - beautifully crafted tropical hardwoods, wrought iron, highly polished copper and brass, all beautifully illuminated then added to soft leather furnishings and imaginative colour schemes, promotes a subtle, chic ambience. Blend this with the low passenger complement, just 140 guests, with 35 crew, a ratio of 4 to 1, guarantees an excellent level of service and a more personal touch.

Onboard Features & Facilities

  • 74 comfortable outside cabins and suites, most with French Balconies
  • For and aft sundecks with sun-shades, deck chairs & loungers
  • 'Whirlpool' splash pool
  • Stylish restaurant with open seating
  • Additional Chef's Restaurant seats 24 diners
  • Main lounge with bar & piano
  • Stern Lido lounge & Library
  • Complimentary coffee and tea throughout the day with speciality patisseries in the afternoon
  • Elevator to Diamond and Ruby decks
  • Sauna, steam room and solarium
  • Onboard souvenir shop*
  • Laundry service*

* Payable locally.


Deck Plan

Riviera Travel, MS Lord Byron - deck plan
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Luxury Cabins

These lovely new 5★ river cruise vessels, feature beautifully furnished cabins and suites, the majority featuring floor to ceiling sliding glass doors opening to a French Balcony.

All Cabins & Suites Feature

  • Private tiled bathroom with WC, wash basin & glass shower enclosure with quality bath products
  • Hotel style beds, the best mattresses and fine cotton bed linen
  • A bed turn down service operates during dinner
  • Seating area with 2 chairs and a table
  • In room safe, mini-bar, hair dryer, full-length mirror, plenty of storage space & telephone
  • Coffee making facilities
  • Flat-screen televisions with satellite TV channels, GPS and for & aft camera views.
  • Individually controlled air-conditioning

Deluxe Suite (Diamond Deck)

Additional Features

  • Suite size: 242 sq. ft.
  • Floor to ceiling opening glass doors (French Balcony)
  • Enhanced sitting area

Suite (Diamond & Ruby Decks)

Additional Features

  • Suite size: 199 sq. ft.
  • Floor to ceiling opening glass doors (French Balcony)
  • Enhanced sitting area

French Balcony Cabin (Diamond & Ruby Decks)

Additional Features

  • Cabin size: 161 sq. ft.
  • Floor to ceiling opening glass doors (French Balcony)

Suite (Emerald Deck)

Additional Features

  • Suite size: 199 sq. ft.
  • Smaller Fixed Window
  • Enhanced sitting area

Cabin (Emerald Deck)

Additional Features

  • Cabin size: 161 sq. ft.
  • Smaller Fixed Window
  • No Single Supplement

MS Emily Brontë, Thomas Hardy & Oscar Wilde


Video of the Emily Brontë & Thomas Hardy from Global River Cruising.


Overview

New for the 2017 season sister ships Emily Brontë, Thomas Hardy and Oscar Wilde continue Riviera Travel's partnership with Swiss river cruise operator Scylla. These new 'all suite' ships offer excellent standards of accommodation consistent with Scylla's other 5 star ships. Standard Suites are large at 183 sq.ft., with floor to ceiling windows opening to a rail on the middle and upper decks. Suites on the lower deck are the same size but feature high level windows. 6 Superior Suites and 4 Deluxe Balcony Suites are available on each ship at 210sq.ft. and 274sq.ft. respectively. Deluxe Balcony Suites, located on the upper deck, also feature a small pricvate balcony.

Onboard Features & Facilities

  • 88 comfortable outside suites, most with French balconies, some with private balcony
  • For and aft sundecks with sun-shades, deck chairs & loungers
  • 'Whirlpool' splash pool
  • Stylish restaurant with open seating with tables of 4 and 6
  • Main lounge with bar & piano
  • Bistro bar & restaurant
  • Complimentary coffee and tea throughout the day with speciality patisseries in the afternoon
  • Elevator to Diamond, Ruby and Emerald decks
  • Wellness area, massage, nail salon and hairdresser
  • Onboard souvenir shop*
  • Laundry service*

* Payable locally.


Deck Plan

Riviera Travel, MS Emily Bronte, Thomas Hardy & Oscar Wilde - deck plan
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Luxury Cabins

These lovely new 5★ river cruise vessels, feature beautifully furnished cabins and suites, the majority featuring floor to ceiling sliding glass doors opening to a French balcony.

All Cabins & Suites Feature

  • Private marble bathroom with WC, wash basin & glass shower enclosure with Crabtree and Evelyn bath products
  • Hotel style beds, the best mattresses and fine cotton bed linen
  • A bed turn down service operates during dinner
  • Seating area with 2 chairs and a table
  • In room safe, mini-bar, hair dryer, full-length mirror, plenty of storage space & telephone
  • Tea & Coffee making facilities
  • Flat-screen televisions with satellite TV channels, GPS and for & aft camera views.
  • Individually controlled air-conditioning

Deluxe Suite (Diamond Deck)

Additional Features

  • Suite size: 274 sq. ft.
  • Floor to ceiling glass doors opening to a private balcony with table and chairs and additionl fllor to ceiling windows
  • Enhanced sitting area
  • Larger bathroom with complimentary bathrobes and slippers

Superior Suite (Diamond & Ruby Decks)

Additional Features

  • Suite size: 210 sq. ft.
  • Floor to ceiling glass doors opening to French balcony
  • Enhanced sitting area

Standard Suite (Diamond & Ruby Decks)

Additional Features

  • Cabin size: 183 sq. ft.
  • Floor to ceiling glass doors opening to a French balcony

Standard Suite (Emerald Deck)

Additional Features

  • Suite size: 183 sq. ft.
  • Smaller Fixed Window

MS William Shakespeare & MS Charles Dickens



Overview

The 5★ MS William Shakespeare (2014) and MS Charles Dickens (2015) have been specialy commissioned and designed to Riviera's specification by Dutch ship builders Veka Group. Carrying just 140 passengers each, the crew ratio of 4:1 ensures excellent service throughout your cruise. Finished with the highest quality materials with luxurious carpets, rich hardwoods and plenty of steel and glass the ships have an elegant and sleek style throughout. Images are of teh MS William Shakespeare, décor may vary.

Onboard Features & Facilities

  • 74 comfortable outside cabins and suites, most with French Balconies
  • Deluxe Suites have full outside balconies
  • Sundeck with sun-shades, deck chairs & loungers
  • 'Whirlpool' splash pool on deck
  • Stylish restaurant with open seating
  • Main Globe lounge with bar & piano
  • Stern Midsummer Bar & Chef's Restaurant for 24 diners
  • Complimentary coffee and tea throughout the day with speciality patisseries in the afternoon
  • Lift to Hamlet & Othello decks
  • Sauna, steam room and hairdresser* on board
  • Onboard souvenir shop*
  • Laundry service*

* Payable locally.


Deck Plan

Riviera Travel, MS William Shakespeare - deck plan
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Luxury Cabins & Suites

These lovely new 5★ river cruise vessels feature beautifully furnished cabins and suites, the majority with floor to ceiling sliding glass doors opening to a French Balcony.

All Cabins & Suites Feature

  • Private tiled bathroom with WC, wash basin & glass shower enclosure with quality bath products
  • Hotel style beds, the best mattresses and fine cotton bed linen
  • A bed turn down service operates during dinner
  • Seating area with 2 chairs and a table
  • In room safe, mini-bar, hair dryer, full-length mirror, plenty of storage space & telephone
  • Coffee making facilities
  • Flat-screen televisions with satellite TV channels, GPS and for & aft camera views.
  • Individually controlled air-conditioning

Deluxe Suite (Hamlet Deck)

Additional Features

  • Suite size: 245 sq. ft.
  • Floor to ceiling opening glass doors leading to an outside balcony with table & chairs
  • Enhanced sitting area

French Balcony Cabin (Hamlet & Othello Decks)

Additional Features

  • Cabin size: 161 sq. ft.
  • Floor to ceiling glass doors open all the way to create a full width French Balcony.

Cabin (Romeo Deck)

Additional Features

  • Cabin size: 151 sq. ft.
  • Smaller Fixed Window
  • No Single Supplement

MS Swiss Tiara



Overview

With beautiful polished marble decks, adorned with rich hardwoods, tasteful brass fittings and classic wrought-iron staircases, the 5★ MS Swiss Tiara evokes the classic luxury hotels from the golden age of travel. Blend this with the ship's low passenger complement, just 140 guests, with 35 crew, a ratio of less than 4 to 1, guarantees an excellent level of service and a more personal touch.

Onboard Features & Facilities

  • 74 comfortable outside staterooms and suites, most with French Balconies
  • For and aft sundecks with sun-shades, deck chairs & loungers
  • Stylish restaurant with open seating
  • Main lounge with bar & piano
  • Stern Lido lounge & Library
  • Complimentary coffee and tea throughout the day with speciality patisseries in the afternoon
  • Elevator to Diamond and Ruby decks
  • Sauna, steam room and 'Whirlpool' splash pool
  • Souvenir shop
  • Onboard souvenir shop*
  • Laundry service*

* Payable locally.


Riviera Travel, MS Swiss Tiara - deck plan
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Luxury Staterooms

This lovely 5★ river cruise vessel features beautifully furnished staterooms and suites, the majority featuring floor to ceiling sliding glass doors opening to a French Balcony.

All Staterooms & Suites Feature

  • Private tiled bathroom with WC, wash basin & glass shower enclosure with quality bath products
  • Hotel style beds, the best mattresses and fine cotton bed linen
  • A bed turn down service operates during dinner
  • Seating area with 2 chairs and a table
  • In room safe, mini-bar, hair dryer, full-length mirror, plenty of storage space & telephone
  • Coffee making facilities
  • Flat-screen televisions with satellite TV channels, GPS and for & aft camera views.
  • Individually controlled air-conditioning

Suite (Diamond & Ruby Decks)

Additional Features

  • Suite size: 193 sq. ft.
  • Floor to ceiling opening glass doors (French Balcony)
  • Enhanced sitting area

French Balcony Stateroom (Diamond & Ruby Decks)

Additional Features

  • Stateroom size: 161 sq. ft.
  • Floor to ceiling opening glass doors (French Balcony)

Suite (Emerald Deck)

Additional Features

  • Suite size: 193 sq. ft.
  • Smaller Fixed Window
  • Enhanced sitting area

Stateroom (Emerald Deck)

Additional Features

  • Stateroom size: 161 sq. ft.
  • Smaller Fixed Window
  • No Single Supplement


Fine dining

As you enter the restaurant the mouth-watering aroma of roasting Provençal Lamb drifts tantalisingly from the galley. Smartly uniformed, friendly and intuitive waiting staff professionally guide you to your classically set table with its crisp white linen, premium quality European china, polished fine glassware and gleaming cutlery whilst freshly baked bread is immediately placed before you with effortless style.Welcome - you're at home. Quality dining is an integral part of your river cruise experience - and our ships take this to the highest five-star levels with superb cuisine prepared by a dedicated and highly professional brigade of chefs.

Take a stroll on the Sun Deck as the river gradually awakes, and enjoy Early Risers' tea or coffee and freshly baked pastries. The full breakfast buffet is a sumptuous affair with innumerable hot and cold options, plus a popular omelette station prepares dishes to order. Or if you prefer, why not enjoy continental breakfast in your cabin: breakfast in bed as enchanting scenery and riverside life drift gently by - priceless! Naturally complimentary tea and coffee are available throughout the day and a very comprehensive lunch buffet allows selection of as little or as much as you wish from an extensive and tempting selection. Don't forget to leave some room for afternoon tea and the chef's special patisserie - it's just too tempting to ignore!

The day's culinary highlight is the splendid four-course dinner: entrée, soup, main course and dessert plus a salad buffet is always available - all within the ambience of a high quality restaurant. The carefully designed menus include international classics together with dishes reflecting the regions we pass through, with careful selections from local markets. In addition, the 'Welcome Dinner' enjoys an extended menu and towards the end of your cruise, the Captain proudly hosts his excellent 'Gala Dinner' featuring specialities of the countries and regions through which you've travelled.

Open Seating

Our clients constantly tell us they love our informal free seating and smaller tables policy, quite unlike the inevitable regimentation of many cruise ships which is exactly the atmosphere we are trying to achieve. Then there's the wine list. We take great pride in its excellent quality and style, including not only the classic choices but also an extensive range of local wines. Many of these are extremely well-priced, delightful hidden gems and rarely marketed outside their production area.

New Chef's Restaurant

In addition to the main restaurant, we are proud to unveil the unique new Chef's Restaurant, open for dinner on the Lord Byron and Jane Austen, with huge panoramic windows and seating for just 24 diners. Here the chef presents his personal favourite signature dishes with a fixed menu using the finest of seasonal produce. This superb dining experience must be reserved on board.

Return Economy Class Eurostar Flights


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Flight Availability & Supplements

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Rail or Flight inclusive packages

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Apr 4Oscar WildeAmsterdam£1149Cabin Upgrades 
Lower DeckSuite183 ft², fixed windows£1149
Middle DeckSuite183 ft², French balcony£1449
Middle DeckSuperior Suite210 ft², French balcony£1649
Upper DeckSuite183 ft², French balcony£1549
Upper DeckSuperior Stern Suite210 ft², French balcony£1649
Upper DeckSuperior Suite210 ft², French balcony£1749
Upper DeckDeluxe Balcony Suite274 ft², Outside balcony£2049
Apr 11Oscar WildeAmsterdam£1349Cabin Upgrades 
Lower DeckSuite183 ft², fixed windows£1349
Middle DeckSuite183 ft², French balcony£1649
Middle DeckSuperior Suite210 ft², French balcony£1849
Upper DeckSuite183 ft², French balcony£1749
Upper DeckSuperior Stern Suite210 ft², French balcony£1849
Upper DeckSuperior Suite210 ft², French balcony£1949
Upper DeckDeluxe Balcony Suite274 ft², Outside balcony£2249
Apr 15Emily BrontëAmsterdam£1349Cabin Upgrades 
Lower DeckSuite183 ft², fixed windows£1349
Middle DeckSuite183 ft², French balcony£1649
Middle DeckSuperior Suite210 ft², French balcony£1849
Upper DeckSuite183 ft², French balcony£1749
Upper DeckSuperior Stern Suite210 ft², French balcony£1849
Upper DeckSuperior Suite210 ft², French balcony£1949
Upper DeckDeluxe Balcony Suite274 ft², Outside balcony£2249
Apr 16Jane AustenAmsterdam£1249Cabin Upgrades 
Lower DeckCabin161 ft², fixed windows£1249
Lower DeckSuperior Suite199 ft², fixed windows£1349
Middle DeckCabin161 ft², French balcony£1549
Middle DeckSuperior Suite199 ft², French balcony£1699
Upper DeckCabin161 ft², French balcony£1649
Upper DeckSuperior Stern Suite199 ft², French balcony£1749
Upper DeckSuperior Suite199 ft², French balcony£1849
Upper DeckDeluxe Balcony Suite242 ft², Outside balcony£2049
Apr 18Oscar WildeAmsterdam£1449Cabin Upgrades 
Lower DeckSuite183 ft², fixed windows£1449
Middle DeckSuite183 ft², French balcony£1749
Middle DeckSuperior Suite210 ft², French balcony£1949
Upper DeckSuite183 ft², French balcony£1849
Upper DeckSuperior Stern Suite210 ft², French balcony£1949
Upper DeckSuperior Suite210 ft², French balcony£2049
Upper DeckDeluxe Balcony Suite274 ft², Outside balcony£2349
Apr 22Emily BrontëAmsterdam£1449Cabin Upgrades 
Lower DeckSuite183 ft², fixed windows£1449
Middle DeckSuite183 ft², French balcony£1749
Middle DeckSuperior Suite210 ft², French balcony£1949
Upper DeckSuite183 ft², French balcony£1849
Upper DeckSuperior Stern Suite210 ft², French balcony£1949
Upper DeckSuperior Suite210 ft², French balcony£2049
Upper DeckDeluxe Balcony Suite274 ft², Outside balcony£2349
Apr 23Jane AustenAmsterdam£1349Cabin Upgrades 
Lower DeckCabin161 ft², fixed windows£1349
Lower DeckSuperior Suite199 ft², fixed windows£1449
Middle DeckCabin161 ft², French balcony£1649
Middle DeckSuperior Suite199 ft², French balcony£1799
Upper DeckCabin161 ft², French balcony£1749
Upper DeckSuperior Stern Suite199 ft², French balcony£1849
Upper DeckSuperior Suite199 ft², French balcony£1949
Upper DeckDeluxe Balcony Suite242 ft², Outside balcony£2149
Apr 29Emily BrontëAmsterdam£1499Cabin Upgrades 
Lower DeckSuite183 ft², fixed windows£1499
Middle DeckSuite183 ft², French balcony£1799
Middle DeckSuperior Suite210 ft², French balcony£1999
Upper DeckSuite183 ft², French balcony£1899
Upper DeckSuperior Stern Suite210 ft², French balcony£1999
Upper DeckSuperior Suite210 ft², French balcony£2099
Upper DeckDeluxe Balcony Suite274 ft², Outside balcony£2399

Return Standard Class Eurostar & TGV Rail Service

Should you wish to travel by Eurostar and TGV train, a supplement of £30 per person applies


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Prices are per person based on two sharing and are subject to availability at time of booking. Operators reserve the right to amend published prices prior to a confirmed booking being made.

Single Occupancy Supplements: No single supplement for selected lower deck cabins, subject to availability.


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