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Alluring Amsterdam & Vienna

14-NIGHT Cruise from Amsterdam to Vienna (or reverse direction)

Alluring Amsterdam & Vienna

Alluring Amsterdam and Vienna cruise map
2019 Departure Dates & Pricing

Amsterdam to Vienna - 15 days

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Vienna to Amsterdam - 15 days

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Detailed Itinerary: Amsterdam to Vienna

Skip to Vienna to Amsterdam itinerary

Day 1: Amsterdam (Embark)

Arrive at Amsterdam Schiphol Airport and transfer to the ship.

Day 2: Amsterdam

Experience the magic and beauty of Amsterdam via a canal cruise, before visiting the Rijksmuseum, home to Rembrandt’s The Night Watch, or strolling through Amsterdam’s canal-lined streets. Holland’s largest city, Amsterdam has been an international port and financial center for 400 years, endowing it with a cosmopolitan flair to match its historic architecture. Here, even the simplest shop has a distinctive charm, and every street has a story to tell. You’re going to want to listen

Featured Excursion: Amsterdam canals and famous Rijksmuseum; Choice of “Let’s Go” Amsterdam stroll and savor Dutch delights

Day 3: Cologne

You have an array of choices for how you wish to experience Cologne’s many treasures. Those interested in history and architecture will want to stroll with a local expert through Old Town to the city’s iconic UNESCO-listed Gothic Cologne Cathedral. For beer connoisseurs, you’ll wish to visit a brewery to taste the traditional local brew of the city, Kölsch.

Choice of Cologne "Do as the Locals Do" -or- Cologne walking discovery tour with Cologne Cathedral

Day 4: Rüdesheim

Your floating hotel arrives in Rüdesheim, one of the most charming ports of call in the Rhine Valley. This city has a long history going back to Roman times and is famous for the Drosselgasse, a narrow, bustling lane of shops and wine bars, as well as its impressive Niederwald Monument, built to celebrate the re-establishment of the German empire in the late 19th century. You may choose to visit a renowned vineyard or, for a more active jaunt, take a vineyard hike that includes a picnic with the wine made famous by the region.

Choice of RheinWeinWelt - the best Rhine Rieslings paired with artisanal refined cheeses -or- take a Vineyard hike above Rüdesheim

Day 5: Miltenberg

The perfect German town calls for a day full of quintessential German experiences. Resting on the left bank of the Main, Miltenberg is classically quaint with its charming squares, farmland, biking and pedestrian paths, impressive castles and one of Germany’s oldest inns. It’s so picture-perfect that the historic center of the town has often served as a filming location.

Choice of Miltenberg Village Day with brewery visit, farm visits, paint and wine class and biking along the Main River

Day 6: Würzburg

The opulent Würzburg Residence, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, offers a true sense of the region’s history through the European Renaissance. It even contains the world’s largest ceiling fresco by Tiepolo. Get outdoors and enjoy a scenic hike around Festung Marienberg, a prominent landmark that was previously home to a long line of prince-bishops. If you’re feeling hungry, venture to Hohenlohe Slow Food Academy and awaken your taste buds with a wine and slow food tasting in Weikersheim village.

Choice of Würzburg Residence -or- “Let’s Go” hike to Festung Marienberg -or- Court Gardens

Day 7: Volkach

Your day brings you to Volkach and the heart of the Franconian wine country. It’s a region full of overwhelming natural beauty, rooted communities, marvelous flavors and villages that have been making wine for countless generations. Explore the town and its surrounding countryside, with stops at the breathtaking Main horseshoe bend, the Gothic-styled pilgrimage church of St. Mary of the Assumption and Vogelsburg Castle, where we’ll treat you to stunning views, Franconian Prosecco, regional chocolates and more. If you’re looking for more of an active exploration, cycle, hike or paddle in and around the Main’s river loop.

Featured Excursion: Heart of the Franconian Wine Country: Cycle, Hike -or- paddle the Main loop

Day 8: Bamberg

Bamberg in its entirety is not only described as beautiful, but has often been regarded as one of Germany’s most attractive settlements, with its ravishing architecture, intersecting canals and rivers, and charming stores and restaurants, all framed by rolling hills. Browse antique stores, taste-test smoked beer at a brewery (did we mention it’s the Franconian beer capital?) and marvel at its historic building-lined narrow medieval streets. After you’ve experienced Bamberg’s village life, see it from above with a hike up Michaelsberg Hill, taking in the sights and sounds as you trek through tranquil paths.

Choice of Bamberg walking discovery tour -or- “Let’s Go” hiking over the hills

Day 9: Nuremberg & Roth

Start in Nuremberg and explore its role in German history. Like much of Germany during the World War II era, Nuremberg and its residents faced extreme oppression. To commemorate Germany and its inhabitants’ struggle during that time period, the Documentation Center Nazi Party Rally Grounds museum was erected. The fascinating exhibits provide travelers the unique opportunity to understand and unravel Nazi Germany. Or choose to tour the city’s highlights, including Nuremberg Castle, an impressive medieval complex in the heart of the historical center.

Featured Excursion: Nuremberg panoramic city tour with WII rally grounds visit; Choice of Nuremberg "Do as the Locals Do"

Day 10: Regensburg

Spend the morning discovering Regensburg’s long line of dukes, kings and bishops that called the former Bavarian capital and Free Imperial City home. Regensburg boasts the largest medieval old town north of the Alps (over 1,500 listed buildings), a prominent skyline, and a large collection of museums, exhibits and theaters. Find your need for speed with a tour of the state-of-the-art BMW factory. Tour the carmaker’s cutting-edge plant and learn how it’s manufactured millions of cars. Futuristic and antiquated, it’s the best of both worlds in Regensburg.

Choice of “2,000 Years in One Hour” Regensburg walking discovery tour -or- BMW factory visit

Day 11: Passau, Engelhartszell

Arrive in the afternoon in the “City of Three Rivers,” Passau, where medieval lanes, tunnels, cathedrals and archways fuse with modern shopping malls and buildings. Marvel at the Italian baroque-style St. Stephen’s Church, which holds the second largest church pipe organ in the world (way to go, Passau) or set out on a panoramic tour of the city with mini hikes to the best vistas. Your afternoon brings new experiences in the forest-dotted district of Engelhartszell. Experience Bavaria’s great outdoors on a scenic bike ride along the Danube to Engelhartszell.

Featured Excursion: “Let’s Go” Danube bike trail; Choice of Passau walking discovery tour -or- Passau Panoramic tour with mini hikes

Day 12: Dürnstein

Natural wonders of the Wachau Valley and exquisite food and wine are on the menu for your day in Dürnstein. Meander around the town’s beautiful streets lined with wildly photogenic buildings and restaurants teeming with wine produced on the outskirts of town. You won’t want to miss a sampling of the region’s most acclaimed wines at Austria’s oldest wine estate, Nikolaihof. Join a saffron workshop and get an exclusive look at the making of the spice as precious as gold.

Choice of Dürnstein village stroll and exclusive Nikolaihof wine estate visit -or- Dürnstein village stroll and Saffron workshop

Day 13: Vienna

Arrive in Vienna and get ready for a myriad of exclusive-to-Uniworld excursions just waiting to be discovered, such as a “Morning with the Masters” at the Vienna Art History Museum where the doors will open early just for you as you join an art historian for a tour, or a panoramic tour of the city’s Ringstrasse, a circular grand boulevard that surrounds Vienna’s Old Town historic district and famous monuments. The Viennese’s love for music, food, drink and grandiose architecture is abundant and evident everywhere you’ll go. Itching to encounter Vienna in an authentic way? Look no further than its beloved pubs, coffeehouses and wine taverns serving everything from Wiener Schnitzel to apple strudel to Grüner Vetliner wines. If there’s ever been a time to indulge, it’s now.

Featured Excursion: Exclusive “Morning with the Masters” at the Vienna Art History Museum; Choice of Vienna panoramic city tour -or- “Do as the Locals Do” Vienna walking explorer -or- Vienna Mystery Tour

Day 14: Vienna

Enjoy a full day of leisure in Vienna, with the choice to explore the “City of Waltzes” and dive into its vast artistic and musical legacy. The city is known for its Imperial palaces, famous residents and expansive art collections. See the highlights as you take in Old Town’s art and food, including scrumptious pastries, or discover Viennese history at the World Museum Vienna, renowned for its collection of Habsburg family treasures. Cap your day with an exclusive after-hours visit of Schönbrunn Palace and experience one of Vienna’s most popular tourist attractions after everyone else leaves. The captivating Baroque-style masterpiece reflects 300 years of changing history, styles and Habsburg monarchs. It’s a good thing you have plenty of time.

Featured Excursion: Full day of leisure in Vienna

Day 15: Vienna (Disembark)

Disembark the ship and transfer to the airport for your flight home.

Departures & Pricing

Detailed itinerary: Vienna to Amsterdam

Skip to Amsterdam to Vienna itinerary

Day 1: Vienna (Embark)

Arrive at Vienna International Airport and transfer to the ship.

Day 2: Vienna

Get ready for a myriad of exclusive-to-Uniworld excursions just waiting to be discovered in Vienna, such as a “Morning with the Masters” at the Vienna Art History Museum where the doors will open early just for you as you join an art historian for a tour, or a panoramic tour of the city’s Ringstrasse, a circular grand boulevard that surrounds Vienna’s Old Town historic district and famous monuments. The Viennese’s love for music, food, drink and grandiose architecture is abundant and evident everywhere you’ll go. Itching to encounter Vienna in an authentic way? Look no further than its beloved pubs, coffeehouses and wine taverns serving everything from Wiener Schnitzel to apple strudel to Grüner Vetliner wines. If there’s ever been a time to indulge, it’s now.

Featured Excursion:Exclusive “Morning with the Masters” at the Vienna Art History Museum; Choice of Vienna panoramic city tour -or- “Do as the Locals Do” Vienna walking explorer

Day 3: Vienna

Enjoy a full day of leisure in Vienna, with the choice to explore the “City of Waltzes” and dive into its vast artistic and musical legacy. The city is known for its Imperial palaces, famous residents and expansive art collections. See the highlights as you take in Old Town’s art and food, including scrumptious pastries, or discover Viennese history at the World Museum Vienna, renowned for its collection of Habsburg family treasures. Cap your day with an exclusive after-hours visit of Schönbrunn Palace and experience one of Vienna’s most popular tourist attractions after everyone else leaves. The captivating Baroque-style masterpiece reflects 300 years of changing history, styles and Habsburg monarchs. It’s a good thing you have plenty of time.

Featured Excursion: Full day of leisure in Vienna

Day 4: Dürnstein

Natural wonders of the Wachau Valley and exquisite food and wine are on the menu for your day in Dürnstein. Meander around the town’s beautiful streets lined with wildly photogenic buildings and restaurants teeming with wine produced on the outskirts of town. You won’t want to miss a sampling of the region’s most acclaimed wines at Austria’s oldest wine estate, Nikolaihof. Join a saffron workshop and get an exclusive look at the making of the spice as precious as gold.

Featured Excursion: Dürnstein village stroll and exclusive Nikolaihof wine estate visit; Choice of Dürnstein village stroll and Saffron workshop

Day 5: Engelhartszell, Passau

Arrive in the afternoon in the “City of Three Rivers,” Passau, where medieval lanes, tunnels, cathedrals and archways fuse with modern shopping malls and buildings. Marvel at the Italian baroque-style St. Stephen’s Church, which holds the second largest church pipe organ in the world (way to go, Passau) or set out on a panoramic tour of the city with mini hikes to the best vistas. Your afternoon brings new experiences in the forest-dotted district of Engelhartszell. Experience Bavaria’s great outdoors on a scenic bike ride along the Danube to Engelhartszell.

Featured Excursion: “Let’s Go” Danube bike trail; Choice of Passau walking discovery tour -or- Passau Panoramic tour with mini hikes

Day 6: Regensburg

Spend the morning discovering Regensburg’s long line of dukes, kings and bishops that called the former Bavarian capital and Free Imperial City home. Regensburg boasts the largest medieval old town north of the Alps (over 1,500 listed buildings), a prominent skyline, and a large collection of museums, exhibits and theaters. Find your need for speed with a tour of the state-of-the-art BMW factory. Tour the carmaker’s cutting-edge plant and learn how it’s manufactured millions of cars. Futuristic and antiquated, it’s the best of both worlds in Regensburg.

Choice of BMW factory visit

Day 7: Roth, Nuremberg

Explore Nuremberg's role in German history. Like much of Germany during the World War II era, Nuremberg and its residents faced extreme oppression. To commemorate Germany and its inhabitants’ struggle during that time period, the Documentation Center Nazi Party Rally Grounds museum was erected. The fascinating exhibits provide travelers the unique opportunity to understand and unravel Nazi Germany. Or choose to tour the city’s highlights, including Nuremberg Castle, an impressive medieval complex in the heart of the historical center.

Choice of Nuremberg panoramic city tour with WII rally grounds visit -or- Nuremberg "Do as the Locals Do"

Day 8: Bamberg

Bamberg in its entirety is not only described as beautiful, but has often been regarded as one of Germany’s most attractive settlements, with its ravishing architecture, intersecting canals and rivers, and charming stores and restaurants, all framed by rolling hills. Browse antique stores, taste-test smoked beer at a brewery (did we mention it’s the Franconian beer capital?) and marvel at its historic building-lined narrow medieval streets. After you’ve experienced Bamberg’s village life, see it from above with a hike up Michaelsberg Hill, taking in the sights and sounds as you trek through tranquil paths.

Choice of Bamberg walking discovery tour -or- “Let’s Go” hiking over the hills

Day 9: Volkach

Your day brings you to Volkach and the heart of the Franconian wine country. It’s a region full of overwhelming natural beauty, rooted communities, marvelous flavors and villages that have been making wine for countless generations. Explore the town and its surrounding countryside, with stops at the breathtaking Main horseshoe bend, the Gothic-styled pilgrimage church of St. Mary of the Assumption and Vogelsburg Castle, where we’ll treat you to stunning views, Franconian Prosecco, regional chocolates and more. If you’re looking for more of an active exploration, cycle, hike or paddle in and around the Main’s river loop.

Featured Excursion: Heart of the Franconian Wine Country: Cycle, Hike -or- paddle the Main loop

Day 10: Würzburg, Mainlaende

The opulent Würzburg Residence, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, offers a true sense of the region’s history through the European Renaissance. It even contains the world’s largest ceiling fresco by Tiepolo. Get outdoors and enjoy a scenic hike around Festung Marienberg, a prominent landmark that was previously home to a long line of prince-bishops. If you’re feeling hungry, venture to Hohenlohe Slow Food Academy and awaken your taste buds with a wine and slow food tasting in Weikersheim village.

Choice of Würzburg Residence or “Let’s Go” hike to Festung Marienberg -or- Court Gardens

Day 11: Miltenberg

The perfect German town calls for a day full of quintessential German experiences. Resting on the left bank of the Main, Miltenberg is classically quaint with its charming squares, farmland, biking and pedestrian paths, impressive castles and one of Germany’s oldest inns. It’s so picture-perfect that the historic center of the town has often served as a filming location.

Featured Excursion: Miltenberg Village Day with brewery visit, farm visits, paint and wine class and biking along the Main River

Day 12: Rüdesheim

Your floating hotel arrives in Rüdesheim, one of the most charming ports of call in the Rhine Valley. This city has a long history going back to Roman times and is famous for the Drosselgasse, a narrow, bustling lane of shops and wine bars, as well as its impressive Niederwald Monument, built to celebrate the re-establishment of the German empire in the late 19th century. You may choose to visit a renowned vineyard or, for a more active jaunt, take a vineyard hike that includes a picnic with the wine made famous by the region.

Choice of RheinWeinWelt - the best Rhine Rieslings paired with artisanal refined cheeses -or- Vineyard hike above Rüdesheim

Day 13: Cologne

You have an array of choices for how you wish to experience Cologne’s many treasures. Those interested in history and architecture will want to stroll with a local expert through Old Town to the city’s iconic UNESCO-listed Gothic Cologne Cathedral. For beer connoisseurs, you’ll wish to visit a brewery to taste the traditional local brew of the city, Kölsch.

Featured Excursion: Cologne walking discovery tour with Cologne Cathedral; Choice of Cologne "Do as the Locals Do"

Day 14: Amsterdam

Experience the magic and beauty of Amsterdam via a canal cruise, before visiting the Rijksmuseum, home to Rembrandt’s The Night Watch, or strolling through Amsterdam’s canal-lined streets. Holland’s largest city, Amsterdam has been an international port and financial center for 400 years, endowing it with a cosmopolitan flair to match its historic architecture. Here, even the simplest shop has a distinctive charm, and every street has a story to tell. You’re going to want to listen

Choice of Amsterdam canals and famous Rijksmuseum -or- “Do as the Locals Do” Amsterdam stroll and savor Dutch delights

Day 15: Amsterdam (Disembark)

Disembark the ship and transfer to the airport for your flight home.

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 reserves the right to modify the itinerary of the cruise.

2019 Departure Dates

Start City
Rates are in $ USD and are PER PASSENGER sharing a twin cabin.
From Amsterdam
Cruise Start Date

Classic

Deluxe

French Balcony

Suite

Apr 28, 2019
$6,299
$6,999
$7,799
$10,299
Jun 9, 2019
$6,799
$7,499
$8,299
$10,799
Jul 21, 2019
$6,299
$6,999
$7,799
$10,299
Sep 1, 2019
$6,799
$7,499
$8,299
$10,799
Oct 13, 2019
$6,299
$6,999
$7,799
$10,299
From Vienna
Cruise Start Date

Classic

Deluxe

French Balcony

Suite

May 26, 2019
$6,799
$7,499
$8,299
$10,799
Jul 7, 2019
$6,299
$6,999
$7,799
$10,299
Aug 18, 2019
$6,299
$6,999
$7,799
$10,299
Sep 29, 2019
$6,799
$7,499
$8,299
$10,799
IMPORTANT: Dates, Prices & Itineraries are subject to change.
For Single Traveler: Single Supplement applies. Please Inquire.
Port charges: Additional $340 per person.

Prices Include:

▪ 14-night Cruise in selected riverview stateroom 
▪ All meals onboard, prepared using the finest and freshest ingredients
▪ Captain's Welcome Gala and Farewell Receptions
▪ Unlimited beverages onboard, including fine wine, beer, spirits, soft drinks, specialty coffee and tea, and bottled water
▪ Excursions, including "Choice is Yours" options, all fully hosted by English-speaking local experts
▪ Guided “Go Active,” “Do as the Locals Do,” “Village Day” programs
▪ An experienced Cruise Manager and attentive, all English-speaking staff
▪ State-of-the-art Quietvox portable audio headset system on all shore excursions
▪ Captivating onboard local entertainment and lecture
▪ Use of bicycles and Nordic walking sticks throughout your cruise
▪ Captivating onboard local entertainment
▪ 24-Hour Room Service
▪ Concierge services
▪ All gratuities for all onboard and onshore services
▪ Free Internet and Wi-Fi access onboard
▪ All transfers on arrival and departure days. Transfers are subject to transfer guidelines. Please ask for details.
▪ Taxes

Prices Do Not Include:

Port charges
▪ Individual arrival and departure (airfare)
▪ Port charges
▪ Travel Insurance
▪ Personal expenses

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