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Rhine, Strasbourg & Heidelberg

Itinerary, Prices and Dates


Round Trip from Cologne 8 Days

Heidelberg on the picturesque Neckar river
Heidelberg on the picturesque Neckar river

A luxurious river cruise to Heidelberg and Strasbourg, enjoying escorted tours to the magnificent cathedral city of Cologne and the beautiful Alsatian town of Colmar, from your luxurious river cruise ship

From Cologne, we slip our moorings and head on our journey south to Koblenz spending a morning exploring this historic town sitting at the confluence of the Rhine and Moselle rivers then continuing to the beautiful old town of Boppard for the evening. Continuing our journey we navigate through the outstanding natural beauty of the world-famous Rhine Gorge onto Mainz famous for the 'Gutenberg' Bibles. Next we enjoy a guided tour of stunning Heidelberg, on the route of Europe's 'Grand Tour', nestling by the picturesque river Neckar.

By day five, we arrive in Strasbourg, a delightful city with its centre largely unchanged since the 14th century, a mosaic of winding alleys and lanes lined with quirkily crooked, half-timbered houses. During periods of its history Strasbourg has been both German and French, and today you can see this influence in its language, cuisine and appearance, creating a truly individual city. Then to Colmar, almost embarrassingly perfect - a typically quaint medieval Alsatian town.

The following day we return journey downstream, stopping in Rudesheim one of the liveliest towns on the river, before continuing through the Rhine Gorge to Cologne. Here we enjoy a guided walking tour of the city with time to explore the stunning cathedral, an excellent finale to this most wonderful cruise.

What's Included

  • 7 nights full board cruise accommodation in an outside stateroom
  • Most staterooms have floor to ceiling sliding glass doors opening to a French Balcony
  • Tour highlights include
  • Take a stroll through historic Koblenz
  • Visit to Boppard, the picturesque Pearl of the Rhine
  • Explore the hillside town of Rüdesheim - the most famous of the Rhine's wine towns
  • Cruise through the spectacular Rhine Gorge
  • Visit to Mainz - capital of the Rhineland and a centre of Germany's winelands
  • Guided tour of majestic Heidelberg - follow in the footsteps of philosophers and poets
  • Enjoy a guided tour of historic Strasbourg - capital of Alsace
  • Take a scenic drive through beautiful Alsatian countryside to the pretty town of Colmar
  • Guided tour of Cologne - and see the stunning gothic cathedral
  • Gourmet dining with all meals included during your cruise
  • Welcome & Captain's Gala Dinners
  • Services of professional Cruise Manager
  • Return standard class Eurostar from selected UK regional stations or flights from various UK airports
  • All port charges, airport taxes and transfers from airport or station to ship

Day 1: Arrive in Cologne

Map of the Rhine & Moselle Rivers
Map of the Rhine & Moselle Rivers

You take a late morning Eurostar from London St. Pancras International arriving in Brussels approximately 2 hours later, where a coach will take you over the German border to your choice of ship, moored in Cologne's picturesque historic centre. Or you can fly to Dusseldorf from where a coach will take you to the ship. The dedicated crew will welcome you aboard, 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: Koblenz & Boppard

Take a peek out from your cabin this morning and you realise the ship has already slipped quietly away from Cologne. The gentle rippling water has begun casting its spell as the vine-covered valley sides, all aglow in the early sunlight, bid you a warm welcome to the charming Rhine. There's nothing quite like that feeling of anticipation when gliding alongside the promenade of a river port, snatching tantalising glimpses of what lies ashore and Koblenz, beautifully located at the confluence of the rivers Rhine and Moselle, does not disappoint.

Founded by the Romans, you soon immerse yourself in two millennia of history: the city was captured by the Franks, becoming a residence of the German prince electors, was conquered by the French and fortified by the Prussians! We live in more peaceful times now and today Koblenz is a romantic's dream: forest covered hillsides dominate the skyline, whilst the lower slopes are strewn with the pretty, half-timbered buildings so typical of the Rhineland. Tiny streets and alleyways lead to intimate squares lined by traditional shops and tiny cafés, and this morning you will have ample time to explore at your leisure.

During your first relaxing lunch on board, we continue upstream, arriving in Boppard, beautifully situated on one of the river's most impressive and sweeping bends. Simply relax on board or take a stroll through the narrow old streets. The cool early evening is an ideal time to wander along the beautiful riverside Rheinallee promenade before thoughts turn inevitably to tonight's menu.
Included Meals B L D

Day 3: Rhine Gorge to Mainz

This morning we cruise through the revered Rhine Gorge where the waters narrow to one fifth their normal width and flow much more swiftly. The sheer valley walls soar 400 metres from the river's edge and magnificent birds of prey glide on the thermals above. Teutonic Knights built numerous redoubtable castles which crown the adjacent hillsides, at one time thriving on the tolls extracted from passing ships, now standing as silent ruins through this passage of history. So find a comfortable spot on the Sun Deck or in the forward observation lounge and enjoy the experience of cruising this famous stretch of water: this really is the magical Rhine of our imagination!

Our next port of call is historic Mainz, boasting the largest wine market in Germany, but its most famous son is Gutenberg, father of modern printing. You can visit the excellent museum housing a working reconstruction of the earliest press and outstandingly, two original 1452 Gutenberg Bibles, the first books ever printed in Europe! Enjoy dinner this evening as we pass by the lakes of the Kuhlopf nature reserve, one of the largest in the country and recognised for its vibrant bird life.
Included Meals B L D

Day 4: Heidelberg Luxury Motorcoach Transfer

After breakfast we take the short drive to nearby Heidelberg for a guided walking tour of this wonderful city. Its setting is second to none, nestling by the picturesque river Neckar, in a valley dominated by its imposing castle, high on a wooded hillside - a true fulfilment of the perfect medieval German landscape! The city is a maze of historic, baroque and gabled buildings lining the river with its romantic old-town behind. Its 14th century university, one of the most prestigious in Europe lends Heidelberg that gentile atmosphere rather similar to Cambridge, with which the city is fittingly 'twinned'. During the 19th century it was the centre of Germany's Romantic movement, on the route of 'The Grand Tour' and visited, amongst many others, by the artist Turner who captured its splendours for eternity. During our guided walk we see the principal sights and after some free time to explore as you wish we rejoin the ship.
Included Meals B L D

Day 5: Strasbourg

By breakfast we have arrived in France and the charming city of Strasbourg, capital of the fascinating Alsace region. The city is a complete delight: its centre largely unchanged since the 14th century, a mosaic of winding alleys and lanes lined with quirkily crooked, half-timbered houses. During periods of its history Strasbourg has been both German and French, and you can see this influence in its language, cuisine and appearance, creating a truly individual city. This morning we have a guided walking tour of its enchanting old centre, including the Petit France quarter of picturesque canals lined with classic black and white buildings, the famous covered bridges and of course the stunning gothic cathedral. Victor Hugo described it as a "veritable tiara of stone," and it was once the tallest building in the world.

Just south of Strasbourg lies a picturesque wine route, virtually an open-air museum of romantic medieval villages, cobbled streets and Renaissance châteaux strung like pearls on a necklace against a sweeping backdrop of rolling hills: it does not get much better than this! We enjoy this most scenic drive, soon arriving in the lovely 16th century town of Colmar, the best-preserved city in eastern France. Bisected by canals, it is a maze of former merchants' houses, antique shops and a monastery. The former wine exchange and the cathedral quarter is surrounded by pastel coloured half-timbered houses, displaying the intricate wrought-iron hanging signs so typical of this area of Europe. Sit, enjoy a coffee, watch the world go by or just wander where your feet take you! We return to the ship in Strasbourg for dinner.
Included Meals B L D

Day 6: Rüdesheim

One of the benefits of life aboard a river cruiser is the sheer sense of relaxation it brings: time to catch up on some reading in the ship's library, perhaps enjoy a game of chess or improve your 'putting' on the Sun Deck. Why not enjoy a coffee with your like-minded travelling companions or simply watch the river traffic - still using this artery so vital to the life of central Europe for the last 2,000 years.

In the late afternoon we visit Rudesheim , on of the most visited and liveliest towns on the river, owing its fame to the fact that it looks exactly as a Rhine town should!, with its narrow, crooked streets leading down to the sweeping river and surrounded by wooded and vine-covered slopes. This is the heart of Riesling, one of central Europe's finest wines and Rudesheim is crammed with places to try this fruity refreshing drink. Rudesheim is one of those places just to stroll around, enjoy a glass of wine, take in the scenery and reflect on life's more pleasant moments.This evening the 'Captain's Dinner' will take place on board, where delicious specialities of the countries and regions we visit during our cruise will be served, hosted of course by the Captain himself.
Included Meals B L D

Day 7: Cologne

This morning you can enjoy once again more marvels of the Rhine, as we pass through the Gorge and the very confines of the river where the Rhine Maidens allegedly guard lost treasure, the "Rheingold". What better way to end your cruise than relaxing on the Sun Deck beneath dramatic, rocky, vineyard-topped valley sides, with impossibly perched castles at every turn, towering above the shimmering water below: feast your eyes on the magic around you that quite simply is the jewel of the Rhine. The valley sides dissolve away and the hills begin to fade to the plain as the ship drifts gently onwards to Cologne whilst you enjoy your final delicious lunch.

This afternoon we have a walking tour of the city during which we will learn all about its fascinating past plus the superb cathedral, the largest gothic structure on earth. The Cathedral has Europe's most stunningly intricate stained glass, it took 600 years to complete and at that time was the largest building on earth, until eclipsed by the Eiffel Tower. We also see the vibrant and attractive old town, beautifully restored and boasting a plethora of excellent shopping and cosy bars, some of which still traditionally brew their own beer. This evening you enjoy an excellent final dinner on board as you reflect on the spectacular sights seen and wonderful places visited whilst travelling with us on this magical tour.
Included Meals B L D

Day 8: Depart Cologne

This morning at the appropriate time we drive to Brussels connecting with the Eurostar service to London St. Pancras International or Ebbsfleet. Or, should you be returning by air, you will be taken to the airport for your homeward flight.
Included Meals B


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

  • Tour or Transfer by Luxury Motorcoach  Transfer or Tour via Luxury Motorcoach

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 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 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 Standard Class Rail Travel


MS Emily Brontë

Depart Lower
Deck
Suite
Middle
Deck
Suite
Middle
Deck
Superior
Suite
Upper
Deck
Suite
Upper
Deck
Superior
Suite Aft
Upper
Deck
Superior
Suite
Upper
Deck
Deluxe
Suite
May 9£1399£1699£1799£1799£1849£1899£1999
Jun 27£1499£1799£1899£1899£1949£1999£2099
Jul 25£1399£1699£1799£1799£1849£1899£1999

MS Oscar Wilde

Depart Lower
Deck
Suite
Middle
Deck
Suite
Middle
Deck
Superior
Suite
Upper
Deck
Suite
Upper
Deck
Superior
Suite Aft
Upper
Deck
Superior
Suite
Upper
Deck
Deluxe
Suite
Aug 7£1399£1699£1799£1799£1849£1899£1999
Oct 2£1299£1599£1699£1699£1749£1799£1899

MS Jane Austen

Depart Lower
Deck
Cabin
Lower
Deck
Suite
Middle
Deck
Cabin
Middle
Deck
Suite
Upper
Deck
Cabin
Upper
Deck
Stern
Suite
Upper
Deck
Suite
Upper
Deck
Deluxe
Suite
Aug 31£1349£1449£1649£1749£1749£1799£1849£1949
Oct 26£1099£1199£1399£1499£1499£1549£1599£1699

MS Charles Dickens

Depart Lower
Deck
Cabin
Middle
Deck
Cabin
Upper
Deck
Cabin
Upper
Deck
Deluxe
Suite
Sep 12£1399£1699£1799£1999

MS William Shakespeare

Depart Lower
Deck
Cabin
Middle
Deck
Cabin
Upper
Deck
Cabin
Upper
Deck
Deluxe
Suite
May 18£1349£1649£1749£1949

Eurostar Upgrade

Upgrade to Standard Premier class for £139pp return.

This price includes a complimentary light meal, offered from a selection of sweet and savoury cold snacks and includes a drink appropriate to the time of day, served at your seat while you relax in the spacious comfort of Standard Premier Class.


Flight Availability & Supplements

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Return Standard Class Rail Travel


DepartShipEmbarkFrom
May 1Jane AustenCologne£1399Cabin Upgrades 
Lower DeckCabin161 ft², fixed windows£1399
Lower DeckSuperior Suite199 ft², fixed windows£1499
Middle DeckCabin161 ft², French balcony£1699
Middle DeckSuperior Suite199 ft², French balcony£1849
Upper DeckCabin161 ft², French balcony£1799
Upper DeckSuperior Stern Suite199 ft², French balcony£1899
Upper DeckSuperior Suite199 ft², French balcony£1999
Upper DeckDeluxe Balcony Suite242 ft², Outside balcony£2199
May 10Oscar WildeCologne£1599Cabin Upgrades 
Lower DeckSuite183 ft², fixed windows£1599
Middle DeckSuite183 ft², French balcony£1899
Middle DeckSuperior Suite210 ft², French balcony£2099
Upper DeckSuite183 ft², French balcony£1999
Upper DeckSuperior Stern Suite210 ft², French balcony£2099
Upper DeckSuperior Suite210 ft², French balcony£2199
Upper DeckDeluxe Balcony Suite274 ft², Outside balcony£2499
May 28Emily BrontëCologne£1599Cabin Upgrades 
Lower DeckSuite183 ft², fixed windows£1599
Middle DeckSuite183 ft², French balcony£1899
Middle DeckSuperior Suite210 ft², French balcony£2099
Upper DeckSuite183 ft², French balcony£1999
Upper DeckSuperior Stern Suite210 ft², French balcony£2099
Upper DeckSuperior Suite210 ft², French balcony£2199
Upper DeckDeluxe Balcony Suite274 ft², Outside balcony£2499
Jun 7Oscar WildeCologne£1699Cabin Upgrades 
Lower DeckSuite183 ft², fixed windows£1699
Middle DeckSuite183 ft², French balcony£1999
Middle DeckSuperior Suite210 ft², French balcony£2199
Upper DeckSuite183 ft², French balcony£2099
Upper DeckSuperior Stern Suite210 ft², French balcony£2199
Upper DeckSuperior Suite210 ft², French balcony£2299
Upper DeckDeluxe Balcony Suite274 ft², Outside balcony£2599
Jun 25Emily BrontëCologne£1699Cabin Upgrades 
Lower DeckSuite183 ft², fixed windows£1699
Middle DeckSuite183 ft², French balcony£1999
Middle DeckSuperior Suite210 ft², French balcony£2199
Upper DeckSuite183 ft², French balcony£2099
Upper DeckSuperior Stern Suite210 ft², French balcony£2199
Upper DeckSuperior Suite210 ft², French balcony£2299
Upper DeckDeluxe Balcony Suite274 ft², Outside balcony£2599
Jul 18Jane AustenCologne£1499Cabin Upgrades 
Lower DeckCabin161 ft², fixed windows£1499
Lower DeckSuperior Suite199 ft², fixed windows£1599
Middle DeckCabin161 ft², French balcony£1799
Middle DeckSuperior Suite199 ft², French balcony£1949
Upper DeckCabin161 ft², French balcony£1899
Upper DeckSuperior Stern Suite199 ft², French balcony£1999
Upper DeckSuperior Suite199 ft², French balcony£2099
Upper DeckDeluxe Balcony Suite242 ft², Outside balcony£2299
Jul 19Oscar WildeCologne£1599Cabin Upgrades 
Lower DeckSuite183 ft², fixed windows£1599
Middle DeckSuite183 ft², French balcony£1899
Middle DeckSuperior Suite210 ft², French balcony£2099
Upper DeckSuite183 ft², French balcony£1999
Upper DeckSuperior Stern Suite210 ft², French balcony£2099
Upper DeckSuperior Suite210 ft², French balcony£2199
Upper DeckDeluxe Balcony Suite274 ft², Outside balcony£2499
Jul 23Emily BrontëCologne£1599Cabin Upgrades 
Lower DeckSuite183 ft², fixed windows£1599
Middle DeckSuite183 ft², French balcony£1899
Middle DeckSuperior Suite210 ft², French balcony£2099
Upper DeckSuite183 ft², French balcony£1999
Upper DeckSuperior Stern Suite210 ft², French balcony£2099
Upper DeckSuperior Suite210 ft², French balcony£2199
Upper DeckDeluxe Balcony Suite274 ft², Outside balcony£2499
Aug 15Jane AustenCologne£1499Cabin Upgrades 
Lower DeckCabin161 ft², fixed windows£1499
Lower DeckSuperior Suite199 ft², fixed windows£1599
Middle DeckCabin161 ft², French balcony£1799
Middle DeckSuperior Suite199 ft², French balcony£1949
Upper DeckCabin161 ft², French balcony£1899
Upper DeckSuperior Stern Suite199 ft², French balcony£1999
Upper DeckSuperior Suite199 ft², French balcony£2099
Upper DeckDeluxe Balcony Suite242 ft², Outside balcony£2299
Aug 20Emily BrontëCologne£1599Cabin Upgrades 
Lower DeckSuite183 ft², fixed windows£1599
Middle DeckSuite183 ft², French balcony£1899
Middle DeckSuperior Suite210 ft², French balcony£2099
Upper DeckSuite183 ft², French balcony£1999
Upper DeckSuperior Stern Suite210 ft², French balcony£2099
Upper DeckSuperior Suite210 ft², French balcony£2199
Upper DeckDeluxe Balcony Suite274 ft², Outside balcony£2499
Aug 23William ShakespeareCologne£1499Cabin Upgrades 
Lower DeckCabin151 ft², fixed windows£1499
Middle DeckCabin161 ft², French balcony£1799
Upper DeckCabin161 ft², French balcony£1899
Upper DeckDeluxe Balcony Suite245 ft², Outside balcony£2399
Sep 25Charles DickensCologne£1599Cabin Upgrades 
Lower DeckCabin151 ft², fixed windows£1599
Middle DeckCabin161 ft², French balcony£1899
Upper DeckCabin161 ft², French balcony£1999
Upper DeckDeluxe Balcony Suite245 ft², Outside balcony£2499
Oct 25Jane AustenCologne£1099Cabin Upgrades 
Lower DeckCabin161 ft², fixed windows£1099
Lower DeckSuperior Suite199 ft², fixed windows£1199
Middle DeckCabin161 ft², French balcony£1399
Middle DeckSuperior Suite199 ft², French balcony£1549
Upper DeckCabin161 ft², French balcony£1499
Upper DeckSuperior Stern Suite199 ft², French balcony£1599
Upper DeckSuperior Suite199 ft², French balcony£1699
Upper DeckDeluxe Balcony Suite242 ft², Outside balcony£1899

Eurostar Upgrade

Upgrade to Standard Premier class for £139pp return.

This price includes a complimentary light meal, offered from a selection of sweet and savoury cold snacks and includes a drink appropriate to the time of day, served at your seat while you relax in the spacious comfort of Standard Premier Class.


Flight Availability & Supplements

DepartBHX
£60
BRS
£90
DUB
£140
EDI
£120
GLA
£90
LBA
£80
LHR
£90
MAN
£120
NCL
£80
STN
£90
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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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