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Classic Germany and Amsterdam

Operated by: Uniworld River Cruises

8 Days from $1,999 per person
Main River in Miltenberg, Germany

Countries Visited

The Netherlands, Germany ...more The Netherlands, Germany

Locations Visited

Amsterdam, Cologne, Rüdesheim, Miltenberg, Würzburg, Volkach, Bamberg, Nuremberg ...more Amsterdam, Cologne, Rüdesheim, Miltenberg, Würzburg, Volkach, Bamberg, Nuremberg
  1. Day 1 Amsterdam (Embark)

    Arrive at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol. If your cruise includes a group arrival transfer or if you have purchased a private arrival transfer, you will be greeted by a Uniworld representative and transferred to the ship.

    meals Dinner
  2. Day 2 Cologne

    Today you’ll experience the many treasures of Cologne on a stroll that will take you to the Old Town, an area rich in history and architecture, featuring 12 Romanesque churches and stunning remnants of the town’s medieval past.

    In the evening, a special Captain’s Welcome Reception and Dinner will be prepared for you.

    Featured Excursion: Cologne walking tour with Old Town visit

    Cologne walking tour with Old Town visit
    As you walk through the narrow lanes of the Old Town, you’ll find it hard to believe that more than 70 percent of the city was destroyed by bombs during WWII. Three medieval gates remain standing, as does the old city hall with its Renaissance façade. The famous 12 Romanesque churches were reconstructed from the rubble, and the cathedral, Cologne’s iconic landmark, rises magnificently in the city center. Though it was badly damaged in WWII, the great UNESCO-designated cathedral retains many of its original treasures—the relics of the Magi and other sacred figures, which inspired its building in the 12th century, the 14th-century stained-glass windows that were stored safely throughout the war and the beautifully painted choir stalls—though other treasures are displayed separately. Enter the awe-inspiring nave and explore on your own as you learn about the history of the cathedral and its art collections, especially the pieces surrounding the Shrine of the Magi.

    NOTE: On Sundays and Catholic holidays, tours inside the cathedral are not allowed, but individual visits are still welcomed.

    meals Breakfast, Lunch, Welcome Reception & Dinner
  3. Day 3 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

    Choice of Rüdesheim walk with local treats or Rheinweinwelten visit - The best Rhine Rieslings or "Let's Go" hike from Rüdesheim to Assmanshausen

    Rüdesheim walk with local treats
    Follow your guide through the cobbled lanes of Rüdesheim while you hear about the vibrant life of this old and fascinating town. Walk down the famously quaint Drosselgasse alley and taste Rüdesheim’s hallmark treat—coffee splashed with brandy and topped with whipped cream.

    Rheinweinwelten visit - The best Rhine Rieslings
    Enjoy a wine tasting at your leisure with a visit to Rheinweinwelten in Rüdesheim, a local treasure trove of wines that is sure to impress. Try some of the best Rhine Rieslings as you explore a series of 14 wine cellars. This experience can be enjoyed at your own pace and is not guided. There is, however, ample literature and information in each room about every bottle of wine.

    "Let's Go" hike from Rüdesheim to Assmanshausen
    This fun excursion combines several of the area’s attractions. Start by hopping into an aerial cable car and soaring above the vineyards to the Niederwald Monument, which looks out over the entire Rheingau wine region. From the heights above the river, you and your local expert will hike down through vineyards to the picturesque riverfront village of Assmanshausen (which is lauded for its red wine), where a bus will bring you back to the ship in Rüdesheim.

    Note: The gondola to Niederwald Heights is covered but not heated. Cars are open on the sides, and it is recommended that you dress warmly.

    meals Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  4. Day 4 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.

    Featured Excursion: Miltenberg walking tour with Brotzeit

    Miltenberg walking tour with Brotzeit
    Nestled between the Rhine and the mountains along its banks, this town has changed little since the 17th century. Explore its iconic half-timbered architecture as you roam Miltenberg with your local guide, taking some free time to shop. Along the way, we’ll stop at the Rathaus—or Town Hall—for a traditional Brotzeit snack and welcome drink.

    When our time in Miltenberg ends, we’ll move on to Bürgstadt, a wine-growing community about an hour’s walk away. You’ll have the opportunity to either hop on a bus or join a nature walk to reach this town.

    meals Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  5. Day 5 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. Visit the Residence and its carefully restored gardens or get outdoors and enjoy a scenic hike around Festung Marienberg, a prominent landmark that was previously home to a long line of prince-bishops.

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

    “Let’s Go” hike to Festung Marienberg
    Perched on a hilltop high above the city of Würzburg, Festung Marienberg is visible from seemingly every direction. Lace up your sneakers and wind your way up to this beloved landmark. As you make your way to the top, you’ll enjoy the scenery of the Main’s left bank and views of enchanting Würzburg below. It was here that the first church north of the Alps was built in 704 AD, followed by 13th-century fortifications and several additional structures. The fortress was expanded and renovated numerous times during the Renaissance and Baroque periods, giving it its own unique flair.

    Würzburg Residence visit with Court Gardens
    This incredibly lavish 18th-century palace was created under the auspices of two Schönborn prince-bishops, Lothar Franz and Friedrich Carl, who brought enormous knowledge and passion, as well as a budget for the best, to the project. Over the course of 60 years, they fostered the creation of a 300-room palace that contains jaw-dropping baroque art. The magnificent grand staircase boasts the world’s largest ceiling fresco, painted by Giovanni Battista Tiepolo. Portions of the building were damaged by Allied bombing in 1945, but, fortunately, most of the historic furnishings had been stored off-site and key rooms were unharmed, so you can see the original and matchless artwork, gilding and statuary. Check out both the spectacular Hall of Mirrors and the imposing Imperial Hall, which boasts a large oval dome and 20 half-columns. Even the gardens have been restored, right down to the topiary fruit trees in the kitchen garden, which are re-creations of the trees grown there in the 18th century.

    Note: Visitors may not take photos or videos or carry backpacks inside the Würzburg Residence.

    meals Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  6. Day 6 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.

    Featured Excursion: Heart of Franconian Wine Country “Village Day”

    Heart of Franconian Wine Country “Village Day”
    This picture-perfect region is cradled in the curve of the Main’s breathtaking horseshoe bend, wrapping itself around sprawling vineyards, rare wildflowers, countless fruit trees, verdant landscapes and quaint villages. Choose between one of four immersive tours of the Franconian wine country:

    • Bike past the many vineyards of Volkach on your trip to “Wine Island”, stopping for some refreshments before ending your tour with a nostalgic ferry ride.
    • Paddle through the Mainschleife nature reserve by canoe, enjoying the beautiful landscape around you from an exciting new angle.
    • Learn about the role of winemaking in Volkach as you meet a couple of local vintners, sampling their house wines during your visit.
    • After appreciating panoramic views of the wine country, take part in a chocolate-paired wine tasting at the “Art of Chocolate” factory.
    meals Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  7. Day 7 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.

    In the evening, a special Captain’s Farewell Reception and Dinner will be prepared for you.

    Choice of Bamberg walking tour or “Let’s Go” treetop hike

    Bamberg walking tour
    Now a pleasant city with a lively student population and a world-famous symphony orchestra, Bamberg was the center of economic and political life for a huge swath of Central Europe in the Middle Ages. Spared WWII bombing, the entire heart of historic Bamberg is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The medieval layout of the city remains intact, along with 2,000 historic buildings; it is yours to explore today. In the splendid late-Romanesque Imperial Cathedral you will find the only papal tomb in Germany, that of Pope Clement II (who was the bishop of Bamberg before he became pope), as well as the tomb of Emperor Henry II (who established the bishopric). Near it are two magnificent palaces: The Old Palace, the late-Gothic imperial residence, sits across from the New Residence, where the 17th-century prince-bishops lived, separated by a lovely rose garden. Cross the cobblestone footbridge to the Old Town Hall, which is adorned with colorful frescoes, and ramble along the narrow lanes lined with picturesque half-timbered houses.

    “Let’s Go” treetop hike
    Venture into the Steigerwald Nature Reserve to experience the forest from a completely different perspective—high up in the treetops. A wooden pathway winds around the trees then spirals upwards to culminate in a 135-foot tower. At the end of this walkway, you’ll find yourself high above the forest, enjoying spectacular views of the countryside.

    meals Breakfast, Lunch, Farewell Reception & Dinner
  8. Day 8 Nuremberg (Disembark)

    Disembark the ship. If your cruise package includes a group departure transfer or if you have purchased a private departure transfer, you will be transferred to Nuremberg Airport for your flight home.

    meals Breakfast
  1. Day 1 Nuremberg (Embark)

    Arrive at Nuremberg Airport. If your cruise includes a group arrival transfer or if you have purchased a private arrival transfer, you will be greeted by a Uniworld representative and transferred to the ship.

    meals Dinner
  2. Day 2 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.

    In the evening, a special Captain’s Welcome Reception and Dinner will be prepared for you.

    Choice of Bamberg walking tour or “Let’s Go” treetop hike

    Bamberg walking tour
    Now a pleasant city with a lively student population and a world-famous symphony orchestra, Bamberg was the center of economic and political life for a huge swath of Central Europe in the Middle Ages. Spared WWII bombing, the entire heart of historic Bamberg is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The medieval layout of the city remains intact, along with 2,000 historic buildings; it is yours to explore today. In the splendid late-Romanesque Imperial Cathedral you will find the only papal tomb in Germany, that of Pope Clement II (who was the bishop of Bamberg before he became pope), as well as the tomb of Emperor Henry II (who established the bishopric). Near it are two magnificent palaces: The Old Palace, the late-Gothic imperial residence, sits across from the New Residence, where the 17th-century prince-bishops lived, separated by a lovely rose garden. Cross the cobblestone footbridge to the Old Town Hall, which is adorned with colorful frescoes, and ramble along the narrow lanes lined with picturesque half-timbered houses.

    “Let’s Go” treetop hike
    Venture into the Steigerwald Nature Reserve to experience the forest from a completely different perspective—high up in the treetops. A wooden pathway winds around the trees, then spirals upwards to culminate in a 135-foot tower. At the end of this walkway, you’ll find yourself high above the forest, enjoying spectacular views of the countryside.

    meals Breakfast, Lunch, Welcome Reception & Dinner
  3. Day 3 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.

    Featured Excursion: Heart of Franconian Wine Country “Village Day”

    Heart of Franconian Wine Country “Village Day”
    This picture-perfect region is cradled in the curve of the Main’s breathtaking horseshoe bend, wrapping itself around sprawling vineyards, rare wildflowers, countless fruit trees, verdant landscapes and quaint villages. Choose between one of four immersive tours of the Franconian wine country:

    • Bike past the many vineyards of Volkach on your trip to “Wine Island”, stopping for some refreshments before ending your tour with a nostalgic ferry ride.
    • Paddle through the Mainschleife nature reserve by canoe, enjoying the beautiful landscape around you from an exciting new angle.
    • Learn about the role of winemaking in Volkach as you meet a couple of local vintners, sampling their house wines during your visit.
    • After appreciating panoramic views of the wine country, take part in a chocolate-paired wine tasting at the “Art of Chocolate” factory.
    meals Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  4. Day 4 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. Visit the Residence and its carefully restored gardens or get outdoors and enjoy a scenic hike around Festung Marienberg, a prominent landmark that was previously home to a long line of prince-bishops.

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

    “Let’s Go” hike to Festung Marienberg
    Perched on a hilltop high above the city of Würzburg, Festung Marienberg is visible from seemingly every direction. Lace up your sneakers and wind your way up to this beloved landmark. As you make your way to the top, you’ll enjoy the scenery of the Main’s left bank and views of enchanting Würzburg below. It was here that the first church north of the Alps was built in 704 AD, followed by 13th-century fortifications and several additional structures. The fortress was expanded and renovated numerous times during the Renaissance and Baroque periods, giving it its own unique flair.

    Würzburg Residence visit with Court Gardens
    This incredibly lavish 18th-century palace was created under the auspices of two Schönborn prince-bishops, Lothar Franz and Friedrich Carl, who brought enormous knowledge and passion, as well as a budget for the best, to the project. Over the course of 60 years, they fostered the creation of a 300-room palace that contains jaw-dropping baroque art. The magnificent grand staircase boasts the world’s largest ceiling fresco, painted by Giovanni Battista Tiepolo. Portions of the building were damaged by Allied bombing in 1945, but, fortunately, most of the historic furnishings had been stored off-site and key rooms were unharmed, so you can see the original and matchless artwork, gilding and statuary. Check out both the spectacular Hall of Mirrors and the imposing Imperial Hall, which boasts a large oval dome and 20 half-columns. Even the gardens have been restored, right down to the topiary fruit trees in the kitchen garden, which are re-creations of the trees grown there in the 18th century.

    Note: Visitors may not take photos or videos or carry backpacks inside the Würzburg Residence.

    meals Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  5. 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.

    Featured Excursion: Miltenberg walking tour with Brotzeit

    Miltenberg walking tour with Brotzeit
    Nestled between the Rhine and the mountains along its banks, this town has changed little since the 17th century. Explore its iconic half-timbered architecture as you roam Miltenberg with your local guide, taking some free time to shop. Along the way, we’ll stop at the Rathaus—or Town Hall—for a traditional Brotzeit snack and welcome drink.

    When our time in Miltenberg ends, we’ll move on to Bürgstadt, a wine-growing community about an hour’s walk away. You’ll have the opportunity to either hop on a bus or join a nature walk to reach this town.

    meals Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  6. Day 6 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.

    Choice of Rüdesheim walk with local treats or Rheinweinwelten visit - The best Rhine Rieslings or "Let's Go" hike from Rüdesheim to Assmanshausen

    Rüdesheim walk with local treats
    Follow your guide through the cobbled lanes of Rüdesheim while you hear about the vibrant life of this old and fascinating town. Walk down the famously quaint Drosselgasse alley and taste Rüdesheim’s hallmark treat—coffee splashed with brandy and topped with whipped cream.

    Rheinweinwelten visit - The best Rhine Rieslings
    Enjoy a wine tasting at your leisure with a visit to Rheinweinwelten in Rüdesheim, a local treasure trove of wines that is sure to impress. Try some of the best Rhine Rieslings as you explore a series of 14 wine cellars. This experience can be enjoyed at your own pace and is not guided. There is, however, ample literature and information in each room about every bottle of wine.

    "Let's Go" hike from Rüdesheim to Assmanshausen
    This fun excursion combines several of the area’s attractions. Start by hopping into an aerial cable car and soaring above the vineyards to the Niederwald Monument, which looks out over the entire Rheingau wine region. From the heights above the river, you and your local expert will hike down through vineyards to the picturesque riverfront village of Assmanshausen (which is lauded for its red wine), where a bus will bring you back to the ship in Rüdesheim.

    Note: The gondola to Niederwald Heights is covered but not heated. Cars are open on the sides, and it is recommended that you dress warmly.

    meals Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  7. Day 7 Cologne

    Today you’ll experience the many treasures of Cologne on a stroll that will take you to the Old Town, an area rich in history and architecture, featuring 12 Romanesque churches and stunning remnants of the town’s medieval past.

    In the evening, a special Captain’s Farewell Reception and Dinner will be prepared for you.

    Featured Excursion: Cologne walking tour with Old Town visit

    Cologne walking tour with Old Town visit
    As you walk through the narrow lanes of the Old Town, you’ll find it hard to believe that more than 70 percent of the city was destroyed by bombs during WWII. Three medieval gates remain standing, as does the old city hall with its Renaissance façade. The famous 12 Romanesque churches were reconstructed from the rubble, and the cathedral, Cologne’s iconic landmark, rises magnificently in the city center. Though it was badly damaged in WWII, the great UNESCO-designated cathedral retains many of its original treasures—the relics of the Magi and other sacred figures, which inspired its building in the 12th century, the 14th-century stained-glass windows that were stored safely throughout the war and the beautifully painted choir stalls—though other treasures are displayed separately. Enter the awe-inspiring nave and explore on your own as you learn about the history of the cathedral and its art collections, especially the pieces surrounding the Shrine of the Magi.

    NOTE: On Sundays and Catholic holidays, tours inside the cathedral are not allowed, but individual visits are still welcomed.

    meals Breakfast, Lunch, Farewell Reception & Dinner
  8. Day 8 Amsterdam (Disembark)

    Disembark the ship. If your cruise package includes a group departure transfer or if you have purchased a private departure transfer, you will be transferred to Amsterdam Airport Schiphol for your flight home.

    meals Breakfast
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Price Includes

Dining

  • All meals onboard, prepared using the finest and freshest ingredients
  • 7 breakfasts, 6 lunches, 7 dinners
  • Captain’s Welcome and Farewell Receptions
  • Welcome and Farewell Gala Dinners
  • Unlimited beverages onboard, including fine wine, beer, spirits, specialty coffee and tea, soft drinks and mineral water

Accommodations

  • 7-night cruise in a riverview stateroom on the regal River Princess
  • Lavishly appointed riverview staterooms and suites have handcrafted Savoir® Beds of England, high thread count 100% Egyptian cotton sheets and European duvets, and a menu of pillow options
  • Free Internet and Wi-Fi access

Excursions

  • 6 days of excursions, including “Choice Is Yours” options, all fully hosted by English-speaking local experts
  • Guided “Let's Go” program
  • State-of-the-art Quietvox portable audio-headset system on all excursions
  • Use of bicycles and Nordic walking sticks

Experiences

  • 2 countries: the Netherlands, Germany
  • 4 UNESCO World Heritage sites
  • Captivating onboard local entertainment
  • All transfers on arrival and departure days
  • Gratuities for onboard personnel (ship staff, crew, Cruise/Tour Manager) are included during the cruise/tour
  • Services of an experienced Uniworld Cruise Manager

All fares are per guest in US Dollars based on double occupancy unless otherwise noted.

Fares are capacity controlled and are subject to change at any time without notice.

Availability of all stateroom categories cannot be guaranteed.

Single Supplement applies for single accommodation.

Itineraries, hotels, and vessels may change, and substitute visits to other sites may occur during your trip due to water level fluctuations and other uncontrollable factors.

The order of sightseeing and docking ports are subject to change according to port authority assignments.

Prices exclude additional port charges of $200 per person.

Dates & Prices
Airfare is not included, but can be added to quote upon request Trip prices are based on double occupancy; single supplement discounts are available on select departures, call us at 1-877-622-9109 for more info
Classic Deluxe French Balcony Suite Availability Price
Start Date: Fri, Apr 30, 2021
Return Date: Fri, May 7, 2021
River Princess Amsterdam to Nuremberg
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Start Date: Fri, Jun 4, 2021
Return Date: Fri, Jun 11, 2021
River Princess Nuremberg to Amsterdam
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Start Date: Fri, Jun 11, 2021
Return Date: Fri, Jun 18, 2021
River Princess Amsterdam to Nuremberg
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Start Date: Wed, Jun 16, 2021
Return Date: Wed, Jun 23, 2021
River Princess Nuremberg to Amsterdam
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Start Date: Fri, Jul 23, 2021
Return Date: Fri, Jul 30, 2021
River Princess Amsterdam to Nuremberg
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Start Date: Fri, Aug 27, 2021
Return Date: Fri, Sep 3, 2021
River Princess Nuremberg to Amsterdam
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Start Date: Fri, Sep 3, 2021
Return Date: Fri, Sep 10, 2021
River Princess Amsterdam to Nuremberg
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Start Date: Fri, Oct 8, 2021
Return Date: Fri, Oct 15, 2021
River Princess Nuremberg to Amsterdam
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Start Date: Fri, Oct 15, 2021
Return Date: Fri, Oct 22, 2021
River Princess Amsterdam to Nuremberg
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Ship Information
COLORFUL CONTRASTS EMPHASIZE HER DASHING DIVERSITY

Bright green in one room, yellow in the next, and black and white in the room after that. The stylish contrasts all live together in harmony on this jewel of a vessel. Original art includes works by Pablo Picasso, Joan Miró and Marc Chagall.

Click HERE to view a pdf of ship facts (and click HERE to download software to open a pdf file).

 

Inaugurated: 2001
Renovated: 2011
Guests: 128
Staff: 42

Suites: 4 (214 sq ft)
French Balcony: 18 (151 sq ft)
Deluxe: 34 (151 sq ft)
Classic: 8 (151 sq ft)

Length: 361 ft
Width: 37.5 ft
Voltage: 110/220 volts

SUITES

Lavishly appointed riverview suite (214 sq ft - 20 sq m) with a French balcony

Handcrafted Savoir® of England bed, built-in closet, hair dryer, safe, individual thermostat, flat-screen TV with infotainment center and satellite, and bottled water

Marble bathroom with L’Occitane en Provence bath and body products, plush towels, towel warmer, waffle bathrobes, and slippers

Additional special amenities and services

FRENCH BALCONY

Lavishly appointed riverview stateroom (151 sq ft - 14 sq m) with a French balcony

Handcrafted Savoir® of England bed, built-in closet, hair dryer, safe, individual thermostat, flat-screen TV with infotainment center and satellite, and bottled water

Marble bathroom with L’Occitane en Provence bath and body products, plush towels, backlit magnifying mirror, cozy bathrobes, and slippers

DELUXE

Lavishly appointed riverview stateroom (151 sq ft - 14 sq m)

Handcrafted Savoir® of England bed, built-in closet, hair dryer, safe, individual thermostat, flat-screen TV with infotainment center and satellite, and bottled water

Marble bathroom with L’Occitane en Provence bath and body products, plush towels, backlit magnifying mirror, cozy bathrobes, and slippers

Our meticulously designed ships feature enticing public areas and luxurious amenities, including a lounge with full-service bar, well-equipped fitness center, restaurant, Serenity River Spa, and a Sun Deck where you can relax and take in the ever-changing views. 

The stunning foyer of the 130-passenger River Princess sets an indulgent and luxurious tone for your European journey. Throughout the ship, jewel-tone greens, warm browns, and mix of black of white create a sophisticated ambiance, while stylish public areas—including a Main Lounge, a Sky Lounge, and a Captain’s Lounge and Library—provide comfortable places to curl up with a good book, chat with friends, or sip your favorite cocktail.

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