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Tyne, England

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7.5 HRS

Moderate

sightseeing

dining

culture

walking

essentials
Tyne, Alnwich Castle & Garden
Head north to the historic market town of Alnwick, lying on the south bank of the river Aln. The town is dominated by the stunning Alnwick Castle & The Alnwick Garden, both of which you will become acquainted with today.  Alnwick Castle is the second largest inhabited castle in England (after Windsor). It has been home to the Dukes of Northumberland since 1309 and remains a family home today to the 12th Duke and Duchess and their family. The Castle has regularly featured in film and television productions, including Elizabeth and Robin Hood Prince of Thieves.  More recently the Castle has been used as the location for Hogwarts in the Harry Potter films. After your tour of the Castle take the pleasant walk to The Alnwick Garden for lunch at the Treehouse Restaurant. The Treehouse is a unique and magical place. It is the largest wooden structure of its kind in Europe, 59 feet (18 m) above the ground, built around lime trees and surrounded by wooden walkways. It’s a real Treehouse! After lunch explore The Alnwick Garden, created on the castle grounds during the last 10 years, it is an innovative, imaginative and stunning garden.  Visit the Serpent Garden with its topiary snake revealing stunning water sculptures; take care in the Poison Garden, marvel at the Grand Cascade and enjoy the colors and perfumes of the structured Ornamental Garden. After this fascinating visit, enjoy the scenic return drive to the Port of Tyne.

Please note: Wear comfortable walking shoes and bring sunscreen, sunhat, rainproof jacket & a bottle of water. Alnwick Castle has wheelchair access to the ground floor only. State rooms are located on 1st floor. The Alnwick Garden and The Treehouse Restaurant have good wheelchair access.


price $259
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5 HRS

Moderately
easy

sightseeing

culture

walking
Tyne, Beyond Ordinary: Blood, Sweat & Scones - A Crook Hall Exclusive
Enjoy an exclusive visit to an intriguing medieval manor house surrounded by 4 acres of stunning gardens. Crook Hall stands on the north bank of the River Wear, close to the city of Durham. Originally a medieval manor house built in the early 12th century, Crook Hall is one of the oldest inhabited houses in Britain. The Grade 1 listed Medieval Hall has been home to Keith and Maggie Bell since 1995 and Keith has written a book about the restoration and the decision to welcome select guests to Crook Hall; Blood, Sweat & Scones, Two Decades at Crook Hall. This exclusive visit will be hosted by the owners and you can enjoy a guided tour of the various rooms, halls and nooks and crannies of Crook Hall and learn about its history and restoration. After your tour enjoy refreshments served in the Georgian Dining Room before a guided tour of the extensive gardens. In the gardens explore the Georgian Walled Garden, The Shakespeare Garden, The Cathedral Garden, The Silver and White Garden and much more. Each have their own history and character. After a delightful visit to this unique treasure in the North of England bid farewell to your hosts and return to Port of Tyne.

Please note: The tour is available on a space available basis only. Once your request is entered and your waitlist or booking is confirmed it is non-refundable. Wear comfortable walking shoes and bring sunscreen, sunhat, rainproof jacket.


price $549
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5 HRS

Moderately
easy

sightseeing

walking

concierge
Tyne, Concierge Collection: Whey Ale Man - Local Beer at the Old Blackfriars
Enjoy this unique welcome to the city of Newcastle and its fine beers. Depart from your coach in the historic part of the city and explore on foot the stunning classical architecture designed in the 1830s by the internationally renowned Richard Grainger. Grainger Town is the historic jewel of Newcastle upon Tyne and includes Grainger Market, the Theatre Royal, Grey Street and many more architectural treasures. At the heart of the city of Newcastle in a 13th century former medieval friary, visit a unique tasting room situated above Blackfriars Restaurant in the original Tanners Guild (craftsmen’s) meeting place adorned with genuine antique furniture where men of the ‘Guilds’ once sat to discuss business, socialize and drink beer. Under the guidance of your Regional Beer Expert, sample some of the region’s best beers and learn a little about their creation and why beer is so significant to this city. After a real Newcastle experience bid goodbye to your hosts and return to Port of Tyne.

Please note: Wear comfortable walking shoes and bring sunscreen, sunhat, rainproof jacket & a bottle of water. Participants must be 21 years old. Details of any special dietary requirements and food allergies must be advised 7 days prior.  This excursion is not suitable for guests using a wheelchair. Due to the age of the historic friary, Blackfriars does not have wheelchair access.  

                                                                                                                                                                                                 

price $259
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8 HRS

Easy

sightseeing

essentials
Tyne, Full Day Private Car & Guide
Explore at your leisure with a private vehicle, driver, and English-speaking guide. This exclusive tour will allow you to customize your time ashore and explore the most interesting sites in the comfort and privacy of your own car. With your private vehicle, and the personalized attention of your driver and English-speaking guide, you will have the flexibility and independence to design your itinerary ashore. See the iconic sites of the city, or create your own personal stops to make the experience your own.

Please note:  Capacity: 1-2 guests. Private cars are ordered per vehicle (not per person). This tour includes transport in a private car, driver and English Speaking Guide. Itinerary can be adjusted with tour guide as long as it’s in the area and does not exceed the duration of 8 hours.  Recommended for physically challenged guests.


price $1399
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8 HRS

Easy

sightseeing

essentials
Tyne, Full Day Private Van & Guide
Explore at your leisure with a private vehicle, driver, and English-speaking guide. This exclusive tour will allow you to customize your time ashore and explore the most interesting sites in the comfort and privacy of your own van. With your private vehicle, and the personalized attention of your driver and English-speaking guide, you will have the flexibility and independence to design your itinerary ashore. See the iconic sites of the city, or create your own personal stops to make the experience your own.

Please note:  Capacity: 3 - 6 guests. Private vans are ordered per vehicle (not per person). This tour includes transport in a private van, driver and English Speaking Guide. Itinerary can be adjusted with tour guide as long as it’s in the area and does not exceed the duration of 4 hours. Recommended for physically challenged guests.


price $1799
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4 HRS

Easy

sightseeing

essentials
Tyne, Half Day Private Car & Guide
Explore at your leisure with a private vehicle, driver, and English-speaking guide. This exclusive tour will allow you to customize your time ashore and explore the most interesting sites in the comfort and privacy of your own car. With your private vehicle, and the personalized attention of your driver and English-speaking guide, you will have the flexibility and independence to design your itinerary ashore. See the iconic sites of the city, or create your own personal stops to make the experience your own.

Please note:  Capacity: 1-2 guests. Private cars are ordered per vehicle (not per person). This tour includes transport in a private car, driver and English Speaking Guide. Itinerary can be adjusted with tour guide as long as it’s in the area and does not exceed the duration of 4 hours.  Recommended for physically challenged guests.


price $999
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4 HRS

Easy

sightseeing

essentials
Tyne, Half Day Private Van & Guide
Explore at your leisure with a private vehicle, driver, and English-speaking guide. This exclusive tour will allow you to customize your time ashore and explore the most interesting sites in the comfort and privacy of your own van. With your private vehicle, and the personalized attention of your driver and English-speaking guide, you will have the flexibility and independence to design your itinerary ashore. See the iconic sites of the city, or create your own personal stops to make the experience your own.

Please note:  Capacity: 3 - 6 guests. Private vans are ordered per vehicle (not per person). This tour includes transport in a private van, driver and English Speaking Guide. Itinerary can be adjusted with tour guide as long as it’s in the area and does not exceed the duration of 4 hours. Recommended for physically challenged guests.


price $1099
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4.5 HRS

Moderate to
strenuous

walking

unesco

sightseeing

essentials
Tyne, Historic Durham & the Norman Cathedral
Visit a UK World Heritage Site, in the historic university city of Durham, one of the jewels of Northern England. Durham Cathedral and Durham Castle are among the greatest monuments of the Norman Conquest of Britain and comprise one of the most splendid groups of historic architecture in Europe. For this reason, the Cathedral and Castle were designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1986. Arriving in the city of Durham walk to Palace Green to see Durham Castle (from the outside) and hear of its fascinating history. Cross Palace Green to Durham Cathedral, a Norman structure built in the late 11th / early 12th century to house the tombs of two of the most eminent saints from early Christianity: St. Cuthbert and the Venerable Bede. Durham Cathedral with its magnificent stone vaulted ceiling is the largest and finest example of Norman architecture in England. During a guided tour taking you through the history and development of the Cathedral see the Nave, Quire and treasures such as the Shrine of St. Cuthbert, the Tomb of the Venerable Bede, the Galilee Chapel and the Chapel of The Nine Alters. Conclude your Cathedral tour with a visit to the world class Open Treasure Exhibition. Open Treasure is housed in previously hidden spaces within the Cathedral Closter and displays precious artifacts from over 2,000 years of history. Leaving the Cathedral take a brief stroll along the river and time permitting a stop may be made at the market before re-joining your coach for the return journey to the port of Tyne.

Please note: The walk from the coach parking area to Palace Green involves a steep hill and some cobbled areas. It is not suitable for guests with poor mobility or those using a wheelchair. A taxi would be needed for a wheelchair user or person with poor mobility to reach Palace Green. Bring sunscreen, sun hat, rainproof jacket, wear comfortable walking shoes and bring a bottle of water.


price $149
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3.5 or 7.5 HRS

Moderate

sightseeing

walking

essentials
Tyne, Newcastle City On Your Own
Newcastle is a vibrant mix of the contemporary, cultural, stylish, and historic and famed across the world for its warm welcome. As the capital of the northeast of England, Newcastle shares 2,000 years of history with its neighbor on the south bank of the River Tyne, the town of Gateshead.  Explore the city and see just how much it has to offer in terms of culture and historic places of interest, taking you to some of the sites that give Newcastle its unique appeal. Take a transfer from Port of Tyne to Newcastle City Centre to explore this exciting city. Your transfer will be accompanied by a guide who will give information about the area and advice on what to see and visit in Newcastle.

Please note: Wear comfortable walking shoes and bring sunscreen, sunhat, rainproof jacket & a bottle of water.


price $79
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7.5 HRS

Moderate

sightseeing

unesco

dining

walking

essentials
Tyne, Newcastle Highlights & Hadrians Wall
Designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1987, Hadrian's Wall is the most important monument built by the Romans in Britain.  It is the best-known frontier in the entire Roman Empire and stands as a reminder of past glories of one of the world's greatest civilizations. Spanning 73 miles (117.5 kms) from coast to coast over wild landscapes, Hadrian's Wall is a must for anyone visiting the North of England. Leaving Port of Tyne head into Northumberland to begin your exploration of this fascinating site. Stop to view a section of Hadrian’s Wall before arriving at Chesters Roman Fort. There is much to see at the site; the four principal gateways are well preserved, the east and west with short lengths of Hadrian’s Wall adjoining them. The entire foundation of the headquarters building is visible, with a courtyard, hall, regimental chapel and strong room clearly laid out. Visit the Clayton Museum (within the site), to discover a myriad of Roman finds and learn about John Clayton. Have lunch before your visit to the City of Newcastle, a lively and cosmopolitan city that offers the very best of old and new.  At Gateshead Quays admire spectacular views of the River Tyne and its bridges including the Tyne Bridge and the Gateshead Millennium Bridge. Step inside The Sage Gateshead, an innovative live music venue and center for music education.  One of the newest landmarks on the River Tyne, it is the first performing arts venue designed by Norman Foster’s architectural team. Continue with a panoramic tour of Newcastle taking in views over the River Tyne and its many famous bridges. See the Norman Castle, originally built by the order of Robert Curthose, the eldest son of William the Conqueror.  Venture through Grainger Town to see stunning classical architecture know as the ‘Jewel of Newcastle’ and St Nicholas Cathedral with its landmark lantern tower before returning to Port of Tyne and your ship.

Please note: Wear comfortable walking shoes and bring sunscreen, sunhat, rainproof jacket & a bottle of water.


price $179
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4.5 HRS

Moderately
easy

sightseeing

unesco

walking

essentials
Tyne, Panoramic North Pennines
Enjoy a scenic tour of one of England’s most beautiful places. The North Pennines has been designated an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) and is a UNESCO Global Park, highlighting its globally important Earth heritage. Travel inland to the northernmost part of the Pennine Range to experience stunning landscapes of sweeping moorland, cascading waterfalls, colorful hay meadows, and spectacular wildlife. See rolling farmland with fields divided by skilfully stacked dry stone walls and picturesque villages, home to vibrant communities that reside in this idyllic location. Visit the small Pennine town of Stanhope on the River Wear and take the opportunity to visit the Durham Dales Craft Centre. Here you will find a wonderful collection of art and craft and possibly meet the artisans. Established in 1990, all of the crafts here are made by local people and the center is run by its members.  Continue your scenic journey to the historic Market Town of Hexham. In Market Square you’ll find Hexham Abbey. The Abbey, one of the most recognizable landmarks in Northumberland and one of the Northeast’s most important Christian heritage sites, was founded by Saint Wilfrid in 674 and has withstood many invasions over the course of time. Enjoy some free time to explore Market Square and maybe visit the Abbey and take in the peaceful atmosphere, see ancient architectural treasures and beautiful stained glass.

Please note: Wear comfortable walking shoes and bring sunscreen, sunhat, rainproof jacket & a bottle of water.


price $125
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Amsterdam, Netherlands



3 HRS

Strenuous

sightseeing

biking

essentials
Amsterdam, Bike through the Waterland
From the ship you will bike to the ferry, which leads you away from the busy city and into the  particular beauty of Holland while passing vast and enormous green fields. Since the beginning of time, the Dutch people always have had a love-hate relationship with the water that is surrounding them. In the past a lot of flood disasters gave the Dutch people a hard time to live this close to the seaside. However, thanks to these floods Holland now has a spectacular scenery with green fields, waterways and polders everywhere. The water has created a beautiful, enchanting landscape! During this bike tour you'll discover this landscape yourself. You'll pass typical Dutch scenery with cows, windmills and flowers and you'll be able to see beautifully charming villages like Broek in Waterland and Zunderdorp. Biking through these villages you'll see that time stands still in these authentic towns. All this only a few kilometers outside Amsterdam!

Please note: Tour needs to be confirmed 1 week in advance. Final number of bikes is required 2 days in advance. Guests will use public ferry to cross the river. Venue for drink stop can change depending on availability.


price $89
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1.5 HRS

Moderate

sightseeing

unesco

concierge
Amsterdam, Conierge Collection: Amsterdam from the Sky
If you could only use one word for this excursion it would be: spectacular! From the port you will drive to the Heli Platform, which is only a 30-minute drive. Here you will board the helicopter for a fantastic and spectacular flight of the area. You will see the famous World Heritage listed canal belt from the sky and be amazed by the Amsterdam Skyline. There is no better and unique way to see the city! After approximately 30 minutes your flight will come to an end and you will be taken back to the ship. This excursion will leave you with any amazing pictures you take and memories of this beautiful city.

Please note: Max. 4 passengers; the total weight of all guests is max. 320kg (705 lbs.); guests are advised to not wear loose clothing or hats; only small bags are allowed in the aircraft; final confirmation 5 days in advance; finals numbers 3 days in advance, complete with names and weight of the participating guests.

 

price $1599
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4 HRS

Moderate

sightseeing

culture

boating

essentials
Amsterdam, Visit Rijksmuseum with Canal Boat Cruise
Amsterdam has been a great artistic center for centuries. Even to this very day, the city is renowned for its celebrated museums. Experience Amsterdam's greatest museum. You’ll start at the ship with a short transfer to the Museum Square where the Rijksmuseum is situated. The Rijksmuseum accommodates more than 8,000 objects, with some very well-known masterpieces by Johannes Vermeer, Frans Hals and Rembrandt. A tour in this beautiful city would not be complete without a cruise along the city's waterways. You will float through the historic canals passing graceful merchants mansions, churches and warehouses from to the 16th and 17th century. Your canal boat will drop you off as close to the ship as possible.

Please note:  For safety reasons, guests must be able to enter/exit the coach independently. Max. 15 guests per guide


price $119
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5 HRS

Moderate

sightseeing

walking

refreshments

essentials
Amsterdam, Windmills and Edam
Explore the Dutch countryside, shop for souvenirs and learn about one of Holland's most delicious exports, gourmet cheese. Venture north out of Amsterdam to visit the authentic old village of Zaanse Schans, which is a working open-air museum, as well as Edam, best known for its town's scarlet-skinned cheese.Your scenic drive out of Amsterdam will pass pastureland dotted with farmhouses and grazing animals. Zaanse Schans is a quaint Dutch windmill village which has been fully recreated to resemble an 18th century Zaan community. As you stroll through the quaint streets watching the craftsmen practicing the trades of yesteryear, you'll get a glimpse of how Dutch life once was. There were once over 600 windmills in the Zaanstreek, but now only a handful have been preserved. Take the opportunity to witness the old Dutch craft of clog making, or simply relax in an outdoor café. Continue onto the typical Dutch village of Edam and stroll through the town's cobblestone streets. View the unique bell tower and the many beautiful canals that crisscross the village as well as the drawbridges that connect them to the city. A stop will be made at a local cheese factory, where you can enjoy a complete Dutch cheese tasting

Please note:  For safety reasons, guests must be able to enter/exit the coach independently.


price $89
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4 HRS

Moderate

culture

essentials
Amsterdam, Painting Workshop Through the Lens of Van Gogh
Board your coach for a short transfer to the magnificent Van Gogh Museum, a dramatic architectural marvel. The Van Gogh Museum consists of two buildings : the main structure designed by Gerrit Rietveld which opened in 1973, and the Exhibition Wing by Kisho Kurokawa, which was completed in 1999. The architecture of the museum is complex and stunning, a visual feast just from the outside. Step inside for a truly unique experience. You will be welcomed in the museum's studio for a short introduction to Van Gogh. Next, your workshop tutor will take you on a tour through the museum to get acquainted with Van Gogh's unique style. After getting inspired, its back to the museum studio to try your hand at painting. With acrylic paint and a brush, you can create your own work of art on canvas. Your tutor will offer advice and assistance. You will take your own painting with you in an portable box (A3 size). Paintings cannot be sent to home addresses. At the completion of your workshop, re-board your motorcoach for a scenic drive back to the ship.

Please note: The minimum number of participants is 8. Bookings can be made until 2 weeks before the planned date of the museum visit. You may notify the museum of any changes in the number of participants until 2 weeks before the date of the planned visit. Cancellations may be made until 2 weeks before the date of the planned visit. In case of a no-show or late cancellation, cancellation costs will be 100%. Guests will take their own painting with them in an portable box (A3 size). Paintings cannot be send to home addresses.


price $159
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4 HRS

Moderate

unesco

sightseeing

boating

essentials
Amsterdam, This is Holland
This excursion will show you all the delights the capital of Amsterdam has to offer. From the pier you will have a short ride by coach to your first stop: the Amsterdam Lookout! Located on the building’s 20th and 21st floors and accessible via a high-speed lift. Be amazed by the view on the deck which provides a 360° view of Amsterdam, as far as the eye can see. After you have taken enough pictures you will return back to the ground to continue to your next unique experience; a simulated flight over all the must-see attractions in the Netherlands! Fly like a bird and be amazed by the diversity, beauty, and wealth of the Low Countries. Special effects like wind, mist and scent complete this unique experience. After “flying” around  enjoy a 1-hour canal cruise through the canals of Amsterdam. Experience why they are on the World Heritage list of UNESCO and enjoy the mesmerizing beauty of the capital. 

Please note: This tour is not available to people with mobility issues and it is necessary to get in and out of the canal boat unassisted. This tour is for intransit guests and begins and ends at the ship.


price $129
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4 HRS

Moderate

sightseeing

walking

unesco

essentials
Amsterdam, Visit of Haarlem
Haarlem is the capital of the province of North Holland and the second biggest city in this province after Amsterdam. In Early Modern Times Haarlem became an important scene for industrial (textile) and artistic (painters) development. Nowadays it is a dynamic city with charming streets, a vibrant shopping area and beautiful churches. During your guided city walk in Haarlem you’ll pass beautiful crow-stepped gable houses with idyllic gardens. Along the way your guide will explain the history of Haarlem and the Netherlands. During the guided walk, the charm of the houses will be reinforced by the small canals running through the city. The highlights of this city walk are the market square with the town hall and a visit inside the St. Bavo Church. This Gothic church with a tower of 75 metres (246 feet) is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and displays magnificent stained glass windows. Furthermore, it is home to one of the world’s most historically important organs built by Christian Müller (an Amsterdam organ builder). Upon completion it was the world’s largest organ. Many famous musicians played on the organ (Mozart, Händel, Mendelssohn). After this visit you can enjoy some free time in the center of Haarlem before boarding the coach back to Amsterdam.

Please note:  For safety reasons, guests must be able to enter/exit the coach independently.


price $119
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4 HRS

Moderate

sightseeing

culture

boating

essentials
Amsterdam, Visit Rijksmuseum with Canal Boat Cruise
Amsterdam has been a great artistic center for centuries. Even to this very day, the city is renowned for its celebrated museums. Experience Amsterdam's greatest museum. You’ll start at the ship with a short transfer to the Museum Square where the Rijksmuseum is situated. The Rijksmuseum accommodates more than 8,000 objects, with some very well-known masterpieces by Johannes Vermeer, Frans Hals and Rembrandt. A tour in this beautiful city would not be complete without a cruise along the city's waterways. You will float through the historic canals passing graceful merchants mansions, churches and warehouses from to the 16th and 17th century. Your canal boat will drop you off as close to the ship as possible.

Please note:  For safety reasons, guests must be able to enter/exit the coach independently. Max. 15 guests per guide


price $119
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Rotterdam, Netherlands



4.5 HRS

Moderate

sightseeing

refreshments

essentials
Rotterdam, Cheese farm and Gouda
From the pier in Rotterdam, you will depart to Cheese farm 'Hoogerwaard." Get on the bus for an amazing tour along the IJssel and enjoy the typical Dutch landscape. Upon arrival at Cheese Farm Hoogerwaard, a 17th century farm, you will be able to see how cheese is made from the very beginning. During your visit, all different steps of cheese making are explained. There will also be a cheese tasting during which you can enjoy 3 different kind of cheeses, jong cheese has a creamy texture and mild flavor, belegen is much tastier, while oud can be pungent and strong, with a grainy, flaky texture. After the cheese tasting there will be some time to walk around the farm so you can see where the cheese is actually made. Afterwards, the coach will take you to Gouda, a picture-postcard version of a little Dutch town. Picturesque canals, medieval buildings, a maze of narrow alleys and beguiling windmills all add to the enchanting ambiance. Named after the Van der Goude family who built a castle on the Gouwe River in the 11th century, Gouda was primarily swampland. But a canal built in 1225 was used to ship goods to France and other European ports. The city quickly flourished and received its city charter in 1272. Upon arriving, you’ll travel down Gouda’s narrow cobbled streets and make a photo stop at St. John’s Church. Founded in 1280 the church is dedicated to John the Baptist, Gouda’s patron saint. Rebuilt in the 16th century after a disastrous fire, the church is famous for its hauntingly beautiful stained glass windows. Of the 72 windows that display biblical and historical scenes, 61 date back to the 16th century. And its 403-foot length makes St. John’s the largest cross-shaped church in the Netherlands.

Please note: For safety reasons, guests must be able to enter/exit the coach independently. Closed on Sundays.  


price $109
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6.5 HRS

Moderate

sightseeing

concierge
Rotterdam, Concierge Collection: The Hague
Although The Hague is not the capital of the Netherlands, the government does have its seat there, so a visit to this city cannot be excluded. You will travel by coach to The Hague for a panoramic city tour including the Peace Palace (U.N international Court of Justice), and Binnenhof, the seat of the Dutch government. One of the highlights of this tour will be the guided visit to the Mauritshuis, where you can discover the art of the Dutch and Flemish masters of the Golden Age, such as Vermeer, Rembrandt, Potter, Rubens, and Brueghel. The guided walk will take you past the highlights of the museum, afterwards you will have some free time to explore the artworks on your own. The biggest highlight of this tour is the exclusive High Tea experience in the grandeur of Hotel Des Indes. Des Indes High Tea is a concept well known as a moment of pure spoiling and relaxation. The combination of the prestigious interior, beautifully presented étagères and silver tableware will make you feel like royalty. To complete this experience, your High Tea is accompanied by soothing live music, preformed by the talented house pianist.

Please note: Wear comfortable clothing and shoes, bring a raincoat and sunscreen.


price $449
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8 HRS

Strenuous

sightseeing

dining

essentials
Rotterdam, Discover The Hague & Delft
Although The Hague is not the capital of the Netherlands, the government does have its seat there, so a visit to this city cannot be excluded. You will travel by coach to The Hague for a panoramic city tour including the Peace Palace (U.N international Court of Justice), and Binnenhof, the seat of the Dutch government. One of the highlights of this tour will be the guided visit to the Mauritshuis, where you can discover the art of the Dutch and Flemish masters of the Golden Age, such as Vermeer, Rembrandt, Potter, Rubens, Brueghel. The guided walk will take you past the highlights of the museum, afterwards you will have some free time to explore the artworks on your own.  Afterwards you will continue to Scheveningen, where you can enjoy a lunch at the prestigious Kurhaus on the boulevard overlooking the ocean.  After an elaborate buffet lunch, drive  to the 17th century city of Delft, famous for the Delft Blue Pottery and the birthplace of the famous Dutch painter, Vermeer. Upon arrival, join your guide for a short walk through the narrow streets of this charming, 17th-century city of canals, cobbled alleys and gabled houses. Others may turn to mass production, but the Delft Factory painstakingly creates its famed earthenware using the same methods employed since the factory’s founding in 1653. Enjoy a guided tour of the factory and watch artists demonstrate the hand painting that makes each piece of Delft a work of art. And of course, no trip to Delft would be complete without an opportunity to shop at the Delft Factory store.

Please note: The streets in Delft are cobblestone and uneven. The motor coach is not wheelchair accessible and requires climbing steps to board. 


price $189
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4 HRS

Moderate

sightseeing

refreshments

essentials
Rotterdam, Rotterdam and Windmills
This tour will start by taking you an a scenic drive, passing all the architectural wonders Rotterdam has to offer. Afterwards you’ll visit an authentic still working windmill. Start your learning process by a movie about the windmill and its history, afterwards you’ll experience the mill during a guided tour by the miller. He’ll take you upstairs where you’ll be able to see how the mill operates. The miller will explain the different techniques used and the whole operation process. Some of the guests will even have the chance to try some of the professional techniques.  During the visit you will enjoy a cup of coffee or tea together with a local pastry made with the flour produced by the windmill. Reboard your coach for the drive back to the ship.

Please note: For safety reasons, guests must be able to enter/exit the coach independently. Closed on Sundays.  


price $119
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4 HRS

Moderate

sightseeing

essentials
Rotterdam, The Battle Against Water
The Maeslant storm surge barrier is the last part of the Dutch Delta Works and is the world’s largest moveable barrier. This impressive construction cannot be described in words, only experienced. This tour will teach you all about the Dutch and their struggle against water. The Keringhuis shows how they still manage to keep their feet dry in the water-rich Province of Zuid-Holland. Discover how the Maeslant storm surge barrier works and go outside and get hands-on experience with pumps and sandbags in the water playground. Your guide will escort you through the site so you do not miss anything.  You will have plenty of time to discover the site on your own before returning back to the ship

Please note: The motor coach is not wheelchair accessible and requires climbing steps to board. The guests will have an inside an outside guided visit of the Keringhuis, but the Maeslantkering itself is not accesible for the public. During the guided tour, the guests will have a unique tour closer to the structure, but won't be able to climb it due to security restrictions. 


price $99
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Zeebrugge (Bruges), Belgium



6 HRS

Moderate

dining

unesco

sightseeing

walking
Bruges & Belgian Beer Tasting
There is no doubt that Belgium is the country of beer since it offers more than 450 varieties of brew. After a 30-minute drive from the port, you will arrive in Bruges where your guided walk will begin. Bruges gives the impression that you have stepped back in time. Your guide will lead you through the narrow, twisting cobblestone streets, passing by picturesque ancient buildings, tree-lined canals and gabled facades. See the bustling marketplace, Belfry Tower, the Town Hall and the Chapel of the Holy Blood. The highlight is undoubtedly a lunch combined with a beer tasting of 4 different types of beer. Together with your expert guide, you will explore the tastes and flavors of four different beers. Bruges is filled with lace, chocolate and beer shops, so your free time will allow you to search for the perfect souvenir or treat. Your motor coach will return you to your ship.

Please note: Guests must be 21 years old to participate in the beer tasting. For safety reasons, guests must be able to enter/exit the motor coach independently. Wear comfortable walking shoes. The itinerary might be reversed to accommodate extra capacity.


price $149
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6 HRS

Moderate

dining

unesco

sightseeing

walking
Bruges & Belgian Beer Tasting
There is no doubt that Belgium is the country of beer since it offers more than 450 varieties of brew. After a 30-minute drive from the port, you will arrive in Bruges where your guided walk will begin. Bruges gives the impression that you have stepped back in time. Your guide will lead you through the narrow, twisting cobblestone streets, passing by picturesque ancient buildings, tree-lined canals and gabled facades. See the bustling marketplace, Belfry Tower, the Town Hall and the Chapel of the Holy Blood. The highlight is undoubtedly a lunch combined with a beer tasting of 4 different types of beer. Together with your expert guide, you will explore the tastes and flavors of four different beers. Bruges is filled with lace, chocolate and beer shops, so your free time will allow you to search for the perfect souvenir or treat. Your motor coach will return you to your ship.

Please note: Guests must be 21 years old to participate in the beer tasting. For safety reasons, guests must be able to enter/exit the motor coach independently. Wear comfortable walking shoes. The itinerary might be reversed to accommodate extra capacity.


price $149
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6 hous

Moderate

sightseeing

unesco

walking

essentials
Bruges, Belgian Chocolates and Waffles
A 30-minute drive from the port will bring you to lovely Bruges where your guided walk will start. Smaller and more contained than many other Flemish cities, Bruges makes it easy to believe you have entered a time warp. It is an exquisitely preserved medieval town-a jewel beribboned with picturesque canals. Before enjoying the beautiful city of Bruges you’ll have the opportunity to relax and enjoy the taste of a real Belgian waffle at a local waffle house. Your guide will walk with you through the narrow, twisting cobblestone streets, passing by picturesque scenes of ancient buildings, tree-lined canals and gabled façades. See the bustling marketplace, the Belfry Tower, the Town Hall and the Chapel of the Holy Blood. Belgium's finest export product is undoubtedly chocolate and you will learn why its longstanding reputation is well deserved. Walk to a Belgian chocolatier  to see a demonstration how raw chocolate bars are made into fine Belgian chocolates using only the freshest and best ingredients. At the end, there is some time to purchase some Belgian chocolates if you wish and pay a brief visit to the Chocolate Museum (on your own at no additional expense). Your free time will allow you to shop for the perfect souvenir among Bruges' lace and chocolate shops. Finally, your guide will lead you past the romantic Lake of Love and back to your coach for the drive back to the ship.

Please note:  The drive each way to Bruges is approximately 30 minutes. As coaches are not permitted in the city center, all coach transfers from Zeebrugge drop at the same coach park, this is a scenic 20 minute stroll into the center, with a few steps en route. Wear comfortable walking shoes.


price $149
book tour


6 hous

Moderate

sightseeing

unesco

walking

essentials
Bruges, Belgian Chocolates and Waffles
A 30-minute drive from the port will bring you to lovely Bruges where your guided walk will start. Smaller and more contained than many other Flemish cities, Bruges makes it easy to believe you have entered a time warp. It is an exquisitely preserved medieval town-a jewel beribboned with picturesque canals. Before enjoying the beautiful city of Bruges you’ll have the opportunity to relax and enjoy the taste of a real Belgian waffle at a local waffle house. Your guide will walk with you through the narrow, twisting cobblestone streets, passing by picturesque scenes of ancient buildings, tree-lined canals and gabled façades. See the bustling marketplace, the Belfry Tower, the Town Hall and the Chapel of the Holy Blood. Belgium's finest export product is undoubtedly chocolate and you will learn why its longstanding reputation is well deserved. Walk to a Belgian chocolatier  to see a demonstration how raw chocolate bars are made into fine Belgian chocolates using only the freshest and best ingredients. At the end, there is some time to purchase some Belgian chocolates if you wish and pay a brief visit to the Chocolate Museum (on your own at no additional expense). Your free time will allow you to shop for the perfect souvenir among Bruges' lace and chocolate shops. Finally, your guide will lead you past the romantic Lake of Love and back to your coach for the drive back to the ship.

Please note:  The drive each way to Bruges is approximately 30 minutes. As coaches are not permitted in the city center, all coach transfers from Zeebrugge drop at the same coach park, this is a scenic 20 minute stroll into the center, with a few steps en route. Wear comfortable walking shoes.


price $149
book tour


4 HRS

Moderate

sightseeing

unesco

essentials
Bruges, Bruges on Your Own
A guided transfer to the heart of Bruges with a full day to explore, sightsee and shop. Arguably the capital of chocolate, savor a taste of what’s to come and enjoy authentic Belgium chocolates as you are whisked from your ship to Bruges. The perfect opportunity to plan your day, you’ll receive a Bruges City Map and your local guide will highlight the iconic activities and attractions - their insider’s insights will help you build an expertly planned itinerary. Arriving on the outskirts, your guide will remain at the coach park for up to 1 hour to answer any questions, to assist you in planning your day. Afterwards, the time is yours to enjoy at your leisure. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Bruges is simply stunning. Climb the 13th century Belfort for a breathtaking view and catch your breath afterwards (there are 365 steps to climb) with a Belgian beer at one of the award-winning breweries or many canal side beer cafés. Wander through quaint lanes adorned with countless chocolate and lace shops or join a canal tours - a hugely popular way to see the city as they crisscross the center and have rightly earned Bruges the nickname, ‘Venice of the North.’ With so much to see and do, and so many tempting cafés, restaurants and shops to while away the hours in, it’ll feel like no time at all before you meet your guide back at the coach park. 

Please note:  The drive each way to Bruges is approximately 30 minutes. As coaches are not permitted in the city centre, all coach transfers from Zeebrugge drop at the same coach park, this is a scenic 20 minute stroll into the centre, with a few steps en route. At the end of your free time in Bruges, your meeting point will be at the coach car park in the same location as you disembarked the coach.


price $85
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4 HRS

Moderate

sightseeing

unesco

essentials
Bruges, Bruges on Your Own
A guided transfer to the heart of Bruges with a full day to explore, sightsee and shop. Arguably the capital of chocolate, savor a taste of what’s to come and enjoy authentic Belgium chocolates as you are whisked from your ship to Bruges. The perfect opportunity to plan your day, you’ll receive a Bruges City Map and your local guide will highlight the iconic activities and attractions - their insider’s insights will help you build an expertly planned itinerary. Arriving on the outskirts, your guide will remain at the coach park for up to 1 hour to answer any questions, to assist you in planning your day. Afterwards, the time is yours to enjoy at your leisure. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Bruges is simply stunning. Climb the 13th century Belfort for a breathtaking view and catch your breath afterwards (there are 365 steps to climb) with a Belgian beer at one of the award-winning breweries or many canal side beer cafés. Wander through quaint lanes adorned with countless chocolate and lace shops or join a canal tours - a hugely popular way to see the city as they crisscross the center and have rightly earned Bruges the nickname, ‘Venice of the North.’ With so much to see and do, and so many tempting cafés, restaurants and shops to while away the hours in, it’ll feel like no time at all before you meet your guide back at the coach park. 

Please note:  The drive each way to Bruges is approximately 30 minutes. As coaches are not permitted in the city centre, all coach transfers from Zeebrugge drop at the same coach park, this is a scenic 20 minute stroll into the centre, with a few steps en route. At the end of your free time in Bruges, your meeting point will be at the coach car park in the same location as you disembarked the coach.


price $85
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4 HRS

Easy

sightseeing

essentials
Bruges, Flemish Countryside & Castle of Loppem
Tour through the typical Flemish countryside with a scenic drive to the quaint village of Damme. This Flemish village is steeped in traditional Flemish character. Use your free time here to stroll and explore or to sit down at a café and enjoy one of the many different kinds of beer Belgium produces (at your own expense). Damme is also known as a book town, with numerous bookshops and regular book fairs. Afterwards, you will drive through the outskirts of the historical city of Bruges for a view of the windmills and the impressive medieval city walls.  You will travel south of Bruges, where you will have the chance to visit the impressive Castle of Loppem. This castle has a particular and homogeneous style, in this sense that the architecture and the interior were kept in their original state. It was in 1856 that the future castellans, Baron Charles van Caloen and his wife, Countess Savina de Gourcy Serainchamps, appointed the English architect Edward Welby Pugin (whose father, August Welby Northmore Pugin, participated in the building of the Westminster Houses of Parliament) with the task of designing the plans. Loppem Castle later came to play a prominent role in the political history of Belgium at the end of World War I.

Please note: This excursion does not enter the city walls of Bruges, you only visit the outskirts of the city. This tour is ideal for guests who prefer minimal walking. For safety reasons, guests must be able to enter/exit the coach independently.


price $99
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4 HRS

Easy

sightseeing

essentials
Bruges, Flemish Countryside & Castle of Loppem
Tour through the typical Flemish countryside with a scenic drive to the quaint village of Damme. This Flemish village is steeped in traditional Flemish character. Use your free time here to stroll and explore or to sit down at a café and enjoy one of the many different kinds of beer Belgium produces (at your own expense). Damme is also known as a book town, with numerous bookshops and regular book fairs. Afterwards, you will drive through the outskirts of the historical city of Bruges for a view of the windmills and the impressive medieval city walls.  You will travel south of Bruges, where you will have the chance to visit the impressive Castle of Loppem. This castle has a particular and homogeneous style, in this sense that the architecture and the interior were kept in their original state. It was in 1856 that the future castellans, Baron Charles van Caloen and his wife, Countess Savina de Gourcy Serainchamps, appointed the English architect Edward Welby Pugin (whose father, August Welby Northmore Pugin, participated in the building of the Westminster Houses of Parliament) with the task of designing the plans. Loppem Castle later came to play a prominent role in the political history of Belgium at the end of World War I.

Please note: This excursion does not enter the city walls of Bruges, you only visit the outskirts of the city. This tour is ideal for guests who prefer minimal walking. For safety reasons, guests must be able to enter/exit the coach independently.


price $99
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7.5 HRS

Moderate to
strenuous

sightseeing

boating

walking

unesco

essentials
Bruges, Ghent & Bruges
Visit two of Flanders best preserved medieval cities, Ghent and Bruges.  You will board your coach for an approximate 1-hour drive through the scenic Flemish countryside to historic Ghent. Upon arrival, your guided walking tour will begin at St. Michael's Bridge where you will have impressive views of the historical city center. From this vantage point, you can see the old port with gabled houses, the Castle of the Counts and the famous "Row of Three Towers." Cross the bridge and pass the Belfry Tower to reach St. Bavo's Cathedral. Inside, see the ornate wooden pulpit and the world famous oil painting of "The Adoration of the Mystic Lamb" by the Van Eyck brothers.  Reboard your coach and travel to the charming city of Bruges, often called "Die Scone" or "The Beautiful." Step back in time as you join your guide for a walking tour through the narrow, twisting, cobblestone streets passing picturesque scenes of ancient buildings, tree-lined canals and gabled facades. See the bustling marketplace, Belfry Tower, the Town Hall and the Chapel of the Holy Blood. After this guided walk you will enjoy a relaxing canal boat ride along the city’s romantic canals. Your excursion will include 45 minutes of free time in Bruges to shop for souvenirs, Belgian chocolates, tapestries, and Flemish lace. Afterwards, your coach will bring you back to the ship.

Please note: In the autumn of 2012, a long process of 5 years started to renovate the panels of “The Adoration of the Mystic Lamb.” Throughout the whole process, the panels that are not being restored at that moment, are still available to see in St Bavo's Cathedral for the public. The others are being replaced by copies.  For safety reasons, guests must be able to enter/exit the coach/boat independently. Itinerary might be reversed to accommodate extra capacity. St Bavo’s Cathedral is closed on Sunday mornings and for unforeseen religious ceremonies. Wear comfortable walking shoes.


price $169
book tour


7.5 HRS

Moderate to
strenuous

sightseeing

boating

walking

unesco

essentials
Bruges, Ghent & Bruges
Visit two of Flanders best preserved medieval cities, Ghent and Bruges.  You will board your coach for an approximate 1-hour drive through the scenic Flemish countryside to historic Ghent. Upon arrival, your guided walking tour will begin at St. Michael's Bridge where you will have impressive views of the historical city center. From this vantage point, you can see the old port with gabled houses, the Castle of the Counts and the famous "Row of Three Towers." Cross the bridge and pass the Belfry Tower to reach St. Bavo's Cathedral. Inside, see the ornate wooden pulpit and the world famous oil painting of "The Adoration of the Mystic Lamb" by the Van Eyck brothers.  Reboard your coach and travel to the charming city of Bruges, often called "Die Scone" or "The Beautiful." Step back in time as you join your guide for a walking tour through the narrow, twisting, cobblestone streets passing picturesque scenes of ancient buildings, tree-lined canals and gabled facades. See the bustling marketplace, Belfry Tower, the Town Hall and the Chapel of the Holy Blood. After this guided walk you will enjoy a relaxing canal boat ride along the city’s romantic canals. Your excursion will include 45 minutes of free time in Bruges to shop for souvenirs, Belgian chocolates, tapestries, and Flemish lace. Afterwards, your coach will bring you back to the ship.

Please note: In the autumn of 2012, a long process of 5 years started to renovate the panels of “The Adoration of the Mystic Lamb.” Throughout the whole process, the panels that are not being restored at that moment, are still available to see in St Bavo's Cathedral for the public. The others are being replaced by copies.  For safety reasons, guests must be able to enter/exit the coach/boat independently. Itinerary might be reversed to accommodate extra capacity. St Bavo’s Cathedral is closed on Sunday mornings and for unforeseen religious ceremonies. Wear comfortable walking shoes.


price $169
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5 HRS

Moderate

sightseeing

boating

essentials
Bruges, Ghent – Medieval City
As one of the most beautiful historic cities in Europe, Ghent is definitely worth a visit. Board your motor coach for the one hour drive from Zeebrugge.  You will arrive in the Old City of Ghent where you will meet your tour guide and begin your walking tour to St. Michael’s Bridge with its spectacular view of the city, the Castle of Counts, and the Row of the Three Towers.  Your tour will continue passing the old port, the Meat House, and the City Hall as well as St. Bavo’s Cathedral. Your guide will lead you to the pontoon where you will board a canal boat for a fun and thorough exploration of the city. As you cruise through the historic city see highlights such as the impressive castle of the counts, the Fish Market, 13th century monasteries and the ancient port of Ghent along with its mercantile houses. Once your canal cruise ends, you will have plenty of time to independently explore this gracious city. You may choose to enjoy a locally brewed beer in one of the stylish bars, or maybe a coffee in one of the waffle houses (at own expense). Strolling along the narrow streets, many of which are pedestrian, you will be enthralled by the unique architecture, while the shops will tempt you with their fine chocolates, Flemish lace and other locally crafted wares. Lastly, you will enjoy your second canal boat cruise back to the motorcoach for the journey through more enchanting Flemish countryside, and on to the port at Zeebrugge. 

Please note: It is approximately an hour each way to Ghent. Guests will be given a Quiet Vox headset. The guide will speak through the microphone in order for the guests to hear the guide during the walking tour.  There are three steps to board the motor coach and stairs to climb at the workshop.  Comfortable shoes are recommended and there are cobblestones. This tour is also not recommended for limited mobility.
 

price $99
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5 HRS

Moderate

sightseeing

boating

essentials
Bruges, Ghent – Medieval City
As one of the most beautiful historic cities in Europe, Ghent is definitely worth a visit. Board your motor coach for the one hour drive from Zeebrugge.  You will arrive in the Old City of Ghent where you will meet your tour guide and begin your walking tour to St. Michael’s Bridge with its spectacular view of the city, the Castle of Counts, and the Row of the Three Towers.  Your tour will continue passing the old port, the Meat House, and the City Hall as well as St. Bavo’s Cathedral. Your guide will lead you to the pontoon where you will board a canal boat for a fun and thorough exploration of the city. As you cruise through the historic city see highlights such as the impressive castle of the counts, the Fish Market, 13th century monasteries and the ancient port of Ghent along with its mercantile houses. Once your canal cruise ends, you will have plenty of time to independently explore this gracious city. You may choose to enjoy a locally brewed beer in one of the stylish bars, or maybe a coffee in one of the waffle houses (at own expense). Strolling along the narrow streets, many of which are pedestrian, you will be enthralled by the unique architecture, while the shops will tempt you with their fine chocolates, Flemish lace and other locally crafted wares. Lastly, you will enjoy your second canal boat cruise back to the motorcoach for the journey through more enchanting Flemish countryside, and on to the port at Zeebrugge. 

Please note: It is approximately an hour each way to Ghent. Guests will be given a Quiet Vox headset. The guide will speak through the microphone in order for the guests to hear the guide during the walking tour.  There are three steps to board the motor coach and stairs to climb at the workshop.  Comfortable shoes are recommended and there are cobblestones. This tour is also not recommended for limited mobility.
 

price $99
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6 HRS

Moderate

sightseeing

walking

essentials
Bruges, Treats of Ghent
Ghent is a dynamic city with a center straight out of the Middle Ages. After a 75-minute drive passing the typical Flemish countryside, you will arrive at the medieval city of Ghent. Before enjoying the beautiful city of Ghent you’ll have the opportunity to relax and enjoy the taste of a real Belgian waffle at a local waffle house. Your guided walking tour starts at the bottom of St. Michael's Bridge. On top of St Michael's Bridge you will have the most impressive view of the historical city center. From that point you can see the Old Port with gabled guild houses, the age-old Castle of the Counts and the famous "Row of Three Towers," St. Nicolas Church, the Belfry tower and St. Bavo's Cathedral. Pass the Old Port, the Meat House and the City Hall to reach St. Bavo's Cathedral. The guide will lead you past one of the most famous stores in Ghent, where the same family has been making and selling mustard since 1790. You will also get the chance to taste the famous Cuberdon candy, or as the locals call it: "little noses." This very sweet treat is a popular local delicacy in Ghent, that you just have to try.

Please note: For safety reasons, guests must be able to enter/exit the coach independently. Wear comfortable walking shoes. Tour unavailable on Wednesdays


price $125
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6 HRS

Moderate

sightseeing

walking

essentials
Bruges, Treats of Ghent
Ghent is a dynamic city with a center straight out of the Middle Ages. After a 75-minute drive passing the typical Flemish countryside, you will arrive at the medieval city of Ghent. Before enjoying the beautiful city of Ghent you’ll have the opportunity to relax and enjoy the taste of a real Belgian waffle at a local waffle house. Your guided walking tour starts at the bottom of St. Michael's Bridge. On top of St Michael's Bridge you will have the most impressive view of the historical city center. From that point you can see the Old Port with gabled guild houses, the age-old Castle of the Counts and the famous "Row of Three Towers," St. Nicolas Church, the Belfry tower and St. Bavo's Cathedral. Pass the Old Port, the Meat House and the City Hall to reach St. Bavo's Cathedral. The guide will lead you past one of the most famous stores in Ghent, where the same family has been making and selling mustard since 1790. You will also get the chance to taste the famous Cuberdon candy, or as the locals call it: "little noses." This very sweet treat is a popular local delicacy in Ghent, that you just have to try.

Please note: For safety reasons, guests must be able to enter/exit the coach independently. Wear comfortable walking shoes. Tour unavailable on Wednesdays


price $125
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Tilbury, England



6 HRS

Moderately
easy

sightseeing

essentials
Tilbury, Panoramic London
This detailed panoramic tour of London will take you past some of London’s most famous landmarks in the comfort of your luxury air-conditioned motor coach. Debark your ship at Tower pier. Driving along the embankment, first enter Trafalgar Square. Travel along to Buckingham Palace and Hyde Park Corner then to Piccadilly Circus. Enter Parliament Square where you will see the London Eye, Houses of Parliament, Big Ben and Westminster Abbey.  Pass Haymarket and the West End.   Enjoy 1 hour of free time at a central location to explore the sights independently or perhaps some shopping time.  After your free time return to your coach and from the monuments of Trafalgar Square and return to the ship. 


price $199
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5 HRS

Moderately
easy

sightseeing

essentials
Tilbury, Panoramic London with Transfer to Airport
This detailed panoramic tour of London will take you past some of London’s most famous landmarks in the comfort of your luxury air-conditioned motor coach. Debark your ship at Tower Pier. Driving along the embankment, first enter Trafalgar Square. Travel along to Buckingham Palace and Hyde Park Corner then to Piccadilly Circus. Enter Parliament Square where you will see the London Eye, Houses of Parliament, Big Ben and Westminster Abbey. Pass Haymarket and the West End. Enjoy 1 hour of free time at a central location to explore the sights independently or perhaps some shopping time.  After your free time return to your coach and from the monuments of Trafalgar Square, rejoin the embankment and head to the airport.

Please note: This tour is post-cruise and is wheelchair accessible. Available only to guests with flights 4pm or later for Heathrow Airport only. 


price $199
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4 HRS

Moderately
easy

sightseeing

essentials
Tilbury, Panoramic London with Transfer to Windstar Hotel
This detailed panoramic tour of London will take you past some of London’s most famous landmarks in the comfort of your luxury air-conditioned motor coach. Debark your ship at Tower pier. Driving along the embankment, first enter Trafalgar Square. Travel along to Buckingham Palace and Hyde Park Corner then to Piccadilly Circus. Enter Parliament Square where you will see the London Eye, Houses of Parliament, Big Ben and Westminster Abbey.  Pass Haymarket and the West End. Enjoy 1 hour of free time at a central location to explore the sights independently or perhaps some shopping time. After your free time return to your coach and from the monuments of Trafalgar Square, rejoin the embankment and head to the Windstar hotel.

Please note: This tour is post-cruise and is wheelchair accessible.


price $189
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