Discover delightful Dutch scenery as we visit the spectacular Keukenhof Gardens, the largest flower garden in the world. In addition to this, explore the intricate network of inland waterways of The Netherlands and Belgium which flow through historic cities and charming countryside. Discover the contrasting highlights of these two enchanting countries, including magnificent Amsterdam with its myriad of canals and unique townhouses, the bustling port of Rotterdam, the famous windmills of Kinderdijk, the silver city of Schoonhoven, and the medieval cities of Ghent and Bruges. This cruise will capture the essence of real The Netherlands and Belgium with a perfect mix of cities, riverscapes and spring colour.
• Visit the spectacular Keukenhof Gardens
• Explore the intricate network of inland waterways of The Netherlands and Belgium
• Discover Amsterdam with its myriad of canals and unique townhouses, the bustling port of Rotterdam
Accompanied flight from London Heathrow to Amsterdam or rail from St. Pancras to Brussels and road transfer to Amsterdam.
Amsterdam – Museum Van Loon. Amsterdam - National Maritime Museum.
Utrecht - Keukenhof Gardens
Schoonhoven – Kinderdijk Schoonhoven – Walking tour and Silver Museum.
Ghent - Castle Loppem private tour and reception. Ghent - Bruges canal cruise and chocolate tasting.
Transfer to either Brussels airport or Brussels Midi railway station for the return journey to the UK.
05 April, 2022 to 12 April, 2022
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All meals while on board
Excursions as indicated in the itinerary
Port taxes and fees
Group transfer to/from Inverness at pre-determined times
International and domestic flights
Passport and visa costs where applicable
Alcoholic and soft drinks
Any items of a personal nature
Gratuities: The giving of a gratuity (or tipping) is always a matter of personal choice, and advising a guideline is always fraught. If the service received onboard has been estimated by guests as to their expectations, or hopefully exceeded them, then perhaps £7 per guest per day of voyage might well be appropriate. All such gratuities are pooled and distributed equally amongst the hotel crew.