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Discover the Medieval Charms of the Hanseatic Cities

6-Night Cruise Berlin to Hamburg (or reverse direction)

Berlin to Hamburg (BHL_AIPP) - 7 days

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Hamburg to Berlin (HLB_AIPP) - 7 days

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Detailed Itinerary: Berlin to Hamburg

Skip to Hamburg to Berlin itinerary

Day 1 : Berlin Tegel (Embarkation)

Passengers are welcome to board our ship in Berlin Tegel starting at 6:00 p.m. After comfortably settling into your cabins, we’ll introduce our crew at a welcome cocktail. We'll enjoy dinner on board.

Day 2 : Berlin - Nedlitz

This morning will be dedicated to a guided tour of Berlin, the capital that once illustrated the division of the world into East and West. After our tour, we’ll return on board and begin to cruise to Nedlitz. Discover the idyllic charm of the lakes formed by the Havel River and enjoy the scenery and admire the historical buildings as we pass by Pfaueninsel (Peacock Island). We’ll then leave on a visit to the gardens at the Sanssouci Palace, once the residence of Frederick the Great. After our excursion, we'll return on board and begin to cruise to Brandenburg. Join us for dinner and an evening of entertainment.

Day 3 : Brandenburg - Magdeburg

We’ll spend the morning cruising. This afternoon, take a guided tour of Magdeburg—situated midway on the Elbe River and also on the historic Roman Roads. This former Hanseatic League city is a melting pot of cultural and architectural riches. We’ll return on board and continue cruising to Calvörde. Join us for an evening of dinner and dancing.

Day 4 : Wolfsburg - Lüneburg

Join us for a visit to the Autostadt theme park, dedicated to German automobile design. Opened during Expo 2000 in Hanover, the Autostadt is every car-lover’s dream—a huge campus full of museums, games, restaurants, and a five-star hotel. After our excursion, we’ll return on board the ship. We’ll spend the afternoon cruising to Luneburg, and we’ll arrive in the evening.

Day 5 : Luneburg - Hamburg

Join us this morning for a guided tour of Luneburg, one of the best-preserved Hanseatic cities. During the Middle Ages, its salt deposits made it one of Germany’s wealthiest areas. The Old City has conserved its traditional brick architecture from this prosperous time. After our excursion, we’ll return on board the ship. Our ship will begin to cruise. We'll ride on the Scharnebeck twin ship lift, one of the highest in Europe with a maximum vertical lift of 125 feet (38 meters).

Day 6 : Hamburg

In the morning, join us for a guided tour of Hamburg. Soak up the atmosphere and enjoy the maritime charm of Germany’s second-largest city. Our guided tour will bring you to the top sites, including the main shopping street Mönckebergstraße in the city center, the Alster Lakes, the Rathausmarkt (City Hall Marketplace), the stock exchange, and St. Michael's Church. We'll continue on foot through the historical center—one of the oldest sections of Hamburg. After our excursion, we’ll return on board for lunch.

This afternoon, we’ll leave by coach for a guided tour of Lübeck. Known as the "Queen of the Hanseatic League,” Lübeck was founded in 1143 by Adolf II, Count of Schauenburg and Holstein. UNESCO lists the city as a World Heritage Site because of its aristocratic homes and numerous red-brick Gothic monuments. Founded on the banks of the Trave River, the historic center is home to a unique collection of monuments from different eras—namely the Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque, and Classical periods. We’ll discover the Holsten Gate leading to the old city center, Lübeck’s most well-known landmark and a symbol of the power once possessed by this former Hanseatic city; St. Mary’s Church, an absolute Gothic gem; and the castle monastery. We’ll wrap up our excursion by visiting a tea room where we’ll enjoy some delicious marzipan, a local specialty. Afterwards, we’ll return on board in Hamburg. Tonight is our festive gala evening.

Day 7 : Hamburg (Disembarkation)

Enjoy one last buffet breakfast on board before disembarking at 9:00 a.m.  End of our services.

Departures & Pricing

Detailed Itinerary: Hamburg to Berlin

Skip to Berlin to Hamburg itinerary

Day 1: Hamburg (Embarkation)

Passengers are welcome to board our ship in Hamburg starting at 6:00 p.m. After comfortably settling into your cabins, we’ll introduce our crew at a welcome cocktail. We'll enjoy dinner on board.

Day 2: Hamburg - Lübeck

In the morning, join us for a guided tour of Hamburg. Soak up the atmosphere and enjoy the maritime charm of Germany’s second-largest city. Our guided tour will bring you to the top sites, including the main shopping street Mönckebergstraße in the city center, the Alster Lakes, the Rathausmarkt (City Hall Marketplace), the stock exchange, and St. Michael's Church. We'll continue on foot through the city's historical center—one of the oldest sections of Hamburg. We’ll enjoy lunch on board.

This afternoon, we’ll leave by coach for a guided tour of Lübeck. Known as the “Queen of the Hanseatic League,” Lübeck was founded in 1143 by Adolf II, Count of Schauenburg and Holstein. UNESCO lists the city as a World Heritage Site because of its aristocratic homes and numerous red-brick Gothic monuments. Founded on the banks of the Trave River, the historic center is home to a unique collection of monuments from different eras—namely the Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque, and Classical periods. We’ll discover the Holsten Gate leading to the old city center, Lübeck’s most well-known landmark and a symbol of the power once possessed by this former Hanseatic city; St. Mary’s Church, an absolute Gothic gem; and the castle monastery. We’ll wrap up our excursion by visiting a tea room where we’ll enjoy some delicious marzipan, a local specialty. After our tour, we’ll return on board in Hamburg. Join us for dinner and an evening of entertainment.

Day 3: Luneburg - Wolfsburg

We’ll spend the morning cruising. We'll ride on the Scharnebeck twin ship lift, one of the highest in Europe with a maximum vertical lift of 125 feet (38 meters). Join us this morning for an optional guided tour of Luneburg, one of the best-preserved Hanseatic cities. During the Middle Ages, its salt deposits made it one of Germany’s wealthiest areas. The Old City has conserved its traditional brick architecture from this prosperous time. We’ll spend the afternoon cruising to Wolfsburg, and we’ll arrive in the evening.

Day 4: Wolfsburg - Magdeburg

Join us for an optional visit to the Autostadt theme park, dedicated to German automobile design. Opened during Expo 2000 in Hanover, the Autostadt is every car-lover’s dream—a huge campus full of museums, games, restaurants, and a five-star hotel. After our excursion, we’ll return on board the ship. We’ll spend the afternoon cruising to Magdeburg, and we’ll arrive in the evening.

Day 5: Magdeburg - Potsdam

This morning, take a guided tour of Magdeburg—situated midway on the Elbe River and also on the historic Roman Roads. This former Hanseatic League city is a melting pot of cultural and architectural riches. We’ll return on board and continue cruising to Potsdam.

Day 6 : Potsdam - Berlin

We’ll leave on an optional visit to the beautifully landscaped gardens of the Sanssouci Palace, once the residence of Frederick the Great. This afternoon will be dedicated to an optional guided tour of Berlin, the capital that once illustrated the division of the world into East and West. Tonight is our festive gala evening.

Day 7 : Berlin Tegel (Disembarkation)

Enjoy breakfast on board this morning before disembarking. End of our services.

Departures & Pricing

Advisements:

  • A valid passport is required for travel. Passports must be valid at least 6 months after the last day of travel.
  • Please check visa requirements with your local consulate(s); responsibility for obtaining visas rests with the traveler.
  • For reasons of navigation and passenger safety, the cruise operator and the Captain of the ship reserve the right to modify the itinerary of the cruise .

Departure Dates & Per Person USD Rates

Cruise Start Date From Berlin Tegel

Main Deck Cabins w/ fixed window

Upper Deck Cabins w/ french balcony

Cat. C - 2 twin beds Cat. B - 2 twin beds Cat. A - 2 twin beds Cat. C - 2 twin beds Cat. B - 2 twin beds Cat. A - 2 twin beds
May 31, 2023
$2,979
$3,050
$3,179
$3,263
$3,335
$3,463
June 12, 2023
$2,979
$3,050
$3,179
$3,263
$3,335
$3,463
June 24, 2023
$2,979
$3,050
$3,179
$3,263
$3,335
$3,463
July 6, 2023
$2,979
$3,050
$3,179
$3,263
$3,335
$3,463
July 18, 2023
$2,979
$3,050
$3,179
$3,263
$3,335
$3,463
July 30, 2023
$2,979
$3,050
$3,179
$3,263
$3,335
$3,463
Aug 11, 2023
$2,979
$3,050
$3,179
$3,263
$3,335
$3,463
Aug 23, 2023
$2,979
$3,050
$3,179
$3,263
$3,335
$3,463
Sep 4, 2023
$2,979
$3,050
$3,179
$3,263
$3,335
$3,463
Sep 16, 2023
$2,979
$3,050
$3,179
$3,263
$3,335
$3,463
Cruise Start Date from Hamburg

Main Deck Cabins w/ fixed window

Upper Deck Cabins w/ french balcony

Cat. C - 2 twin beds Cat. B - 2 twin beds Cat. A - 2 twin beds Cat. C - 2 twin beds Cat. B - 2 twin beds Cat. A - 2 twin beds
Jun 6, 2023
$2,979
$3,050
$3,179
$3,263
$3,335
$3,463
Jun 18, 2023
$2,979
$3,050
$3,179
$3,263
$3,335
$3,463
Jun 30, 2023
$2,979
$3,050
$3,179
$3,263
$3,335
$3,463
Jul 12, 2023
$2,979
$3,050
$3,179
$3,263
$3,335
$3,463
Jul 24, 2023
$2,979
$3,050
$3,179
$3,263
$3,335
$3,463
Aug 5, 2023
$2,979
$3,050
$3,179
$3,263
$3,335
$3,463
Aug 17, 2023
$2,979
$3,050
$3,179
$3,263
$3,335
$3,463
Aug 29, 2023
$2,979
$3,050
$3,179
$3,263
$3,335
$3,463
Sep 10, 2023
$2,979
$3,050
$3,179
$3,263
$3,335
$3,463
Sep 22, 2023
$2,979
$3,050
$3,179
$3,263
$3,335
$3,463
Important: Dates, prices & itineraries are subject to change.
For a Single Passenger in a Double-Occupancy Cabin: Extra charge of $1,080 USD per person.

Prices Include:

Your cruise with all meals from dinner the first evening to breakfast on the final day onboard drinks included (except for drinks from our special lists) double-occupancy cabin with shower in bathroom excursions mentioned in the program assistance from our onboard multi-lingual host/hostess welcome cocktail gala dinner onboard entertainment all port fees.

Prices Do Not Include:

Individual arrival and departure (airfare; transfers) • Drinks from our special lists, or drinks ordered during excursions or transfers - cancellation and baggage insurance Travel Cancellation Insurance • Gratuities • Personal expenses

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