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Admire the genius of the Dutch Masters at Amsterdam’s Rijksmuseum. Explore Hoorn’s seafaring heritage, Arnhem’s World War II history and Antwerp’s Renaissance splendor. See colorful ribbons of farmland as Dutch tulips come into bloom. Sample Belgian beers and chocolates. Step into the Middle Ages in Bruges. Roam Keukenhof Gardens, the world’s largest floral park. The best time to see the Low Countries is spring, and the best way to see them is on our 10-day cruise.

Tulips & Windmills Cruise
Viking Riverboat Cruise
$3849.00 ~ Per Person

10-Days, 2 Countries, & 8 Ports
9 Nights -  Viking Longship Baldur
Roundtrip Airfare 
All Transfers
2 for 1 Airfare Reflected In Price - Only Good Till July 31, 2017

Tax $399.00*

Package Includes:
Shore Excursions ~ Local Guide & Headset
All onboard meals
Welcome Cocktail Reception & Farewell Dinner
Complimentary beer, wine & soft drinks
(with onboard lunch & dinner)
In - Room infotainment system with movies on demand
Complimentary WiFi on board
Onboard evening entertainment
Bottled water in every stateroom replenished daily
24/7 specialty Coffees, Teas & Bottled Water
Aquavit Terrace®
All port taxes and fees

Visit 5 UNESCO World Heritage Sites
Culture Curriculum®:
Learn how wooden shoes are made
Find out how windmills work
Attend Lectures:
On Belgium’s political landscape
& Holland’s 17th-Century tulip craze
Enjoy a folkloric performance
Sample Dutch cheese & Jenever
Organic herb garden
Open-air walking track
24/7 Guest Services for Special Requests
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of the Longship Baldur -  and what it looks like inside and out

The Longship Baldur (also Balder, Baldur) is a god in Norse mythology, and a son of the god Odin and the goddess Frigg. He is named for the Norse God of Light and Joy.  Baldur was everyone’s favorite, loved by both gods and mortals. Baldur was believed to be indestructible. So impervious to injury was he that, at banquets, guests used to amuse themselves by hurling objects at him. Nothing, it seemed, could harm him. Yet the malicious trickster, Loki, discovered that the one thing that could kill Baldur was mistletoe. He tricked Hod into throwing a sprig of mistletoe at the beautiful and good Baldur, fatally wounding him.

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If you've never been on a Viking Cruise - These famous icons of Viking Cruises, the Longships are described as floating hotels for their luxurious accommodation and service. Specially designed to traverse the many rivers of Europe and Asia, they have space to accommodate 190 passengers, creating a comfortable and intimate atmosphere for all on board.

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The Longships have been highly regarded for providing an extraordinary service both on water and on land with its excursions.  They  have three areas on board that travellers can go to for their dining. The main area is the Restaurant on the middle deck. The casual elegance of the Restaurant is a defining point of Viking’s river cruises, providing outstanding views of the scenery with its panoramic windows and specially prepared regional specialties on fine china.

Aquavit Terrace

An extraordinary privilege available exclusively to Viking is the Aquavit Terrace. This calm and serene environment is perfect for passengers to gossip over a cup of tea or coffee. Situated at the bow of the ship in an outside area, the Aquavit Terrace allows passengers to take in the cool open air on a hot day, while still being covered during the less fortunate days by a remote controlled roof.  Lastly is the Bar in the observation lounge next to the Aquavit Terrace. This can be considered as an inside extension to the Terrace, and is where passengers gather on the classy evenings for fine wine and conversation.

The Viking Longships are designed more for the culturally invested and traditional travellers. As such, there are a number of demonstrations, cooking classes and dance performances on board.  Viking offers talks and lectures regarding the history of places you visit.  Included in these talks are tastes of the local wines and cuisines as well as lessons in key words and phrases of different languages. All of which are enhanced by the exemplary excursions on land.

In the times where you are just looking to sit back and relax, there is a Library and internet room for the literary travelers to partake in. While there is no fitness suite/gym, the ships have a Walking Track on the Sun Deck, so the athletic individuals can exercise around the ship while having a 360-degree view of the surroundings.

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Sail The Elb - On Vikings' Astrild

Classical mythology has its cupid. In Nordic culture, it’s Astrild who sets hearts afire. The delicate lilt of her name first caressed the ears of literature lovers in the 17th century, when Swedish poet Georg Stiernhielm introduced her to northern Europe in his writing. She remains a fabled figure who spreads love, passion and affection. To get a sense of the beauty and love which Astrild inspires, one need only look to the estrildid finch. It’s fitting that this tiny bird from which Stiernhielm got Astrild’s name remains devoted to the same partner for life.

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Discover Berlin’s modern chic, Potsdam’s rococo whimsy, Dessau’s Bauhaus genius and Prague’s Gothic exuberance. Walk in Martin Luther’s footsteps in Wittenberg, birthplace of the Protestant Reformation. Admire delicate Meissen porcelain. Celebrate Dresden, a phoenix risen from the ashes of war. View Saxon Switzerland’s monoliths. See the Elbe Biosphere Reserve. The Elbe is one of Europe’s most unspoiled rivers and it awaits you—from Berlin to Prague—on our 10-day cruise/tour.

10 Day Prague To Berlin
Viking River Boat Cruise
$3549.00 ~ Per Person
Roundtrip airfare & All Transfers
10-day cruise/tour
Sailing April 3rd, 2018
6-day cruise - Viking Astrild
2 Countries,
6 Ports & 4 Additional Cities (by land)
2 nights ~ Berlin
  2 nights ~ Prague
9 Night Accommodations
8 Shore Excursions -Guide & Headset
Complimentary Wi-Fi
Complimentary Beer, Wine & Soft Drinks with Onboard Meals
All port taxes and fees

Your experience includes:
Visit 4 UNESCO World Heritage Sites
Culture Curriculum®: enjoy baroque chamber music
& a Czech folkloric performance;
listen to an eyewitness account of Czechoslovakia’s Velvet Revolution;
attend lectures on surprising Saxony & modern-day Czech Republic;
learn some basics of the German language
Meals included on board & ashore: 9 breakfasts, 4 lunches, 5 dinners
Welcome Cocktail Reception & Farewell Dinner
24/7 Guest Services for special requests
Tax $299.00 - Per Person

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Full Steam Ahead!

River Cruising is a unique blend of American beauty and history, acclaimed cuisine, lively showboat-style entertainment, and the adventure of exploring Mark Twain’s riverside America. You’ll discover a side of our country that few ever see, from the indescribable perspective of the river. So step on board and experience America in style as the American Queen takes you on a journey that you will never forget.

American Steamboat 8 Night Adventure
$2198.00 ~Per Person
7 Nights ~ American Empress
Sailing October 2nd, 2017 - This SAILING IS SOLD OUT

We do have one for April 1st, at the same price!!
Shore Excursions in every port of call
All Onboard Meals
Complimentary Wine or Beer With Dinner
Complimentary Cappuccino, Espresso,
Bottled Water & Soft Drinks
Daily Lectures by the Riverlorian,
The onboard history and culture expert
Nightly Entertainment Onboard
Roundtrip Airfare

*Price is Per Person
This Price may NOT be available for your dates of travel
Blackout dates apply - (Packages at this price are limited)

Creations Befitting a Queen! Every meal aboard the American Queen is an affair to remember.Celebrated American chefs draw their inspiration from our great Heartland to create a movable, delectable feast for you to indulge in. On our river cruises, you'll enjoy everything from piping hot beignets and bananas foster French toast for breakfast to succulent five-course dinners. Every day celebrates the culinary senses. The best part of all is that each venue features open-seating which affords you the opportunity to dine at your leisure without having to plan ahead.

Even more astounding than the choices you will find on the menus are your daily choices of dining venues. The opulent J.M. White Dining Room is the centerpiece, serving breakfasts, lunches and dinners that are befittingly grand. The Front Porch Café offers a wide variety of classic American favorites and can satisfy any craving. Should you be feeling peckish in the wee hours, there is also 24 hour room service.

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Explore the land of bawdy blues and Southern belles. This journey showcases the diversity and drama of the Lower Mississippi River. From Memphis to New Orleans, the river rolls slowly and expansively, smooth as a southern drawl. The bayous and woodlands along the shore create dramatic landscapes that are virtually unchanged since the days of the French fur traders. Gracious towns with palatial mansions and tree-lined streets abound. History is everywhere - in silent Civil War cemeteries and virtually everywhere you turn in Memphis, best known for jazz, barbecue, and of course The King of Rock and Roll and his home at Graceland.

Today is the day you have been waiting for! Prepare to embark on an unforgettable journey down America’s largest and most historical river.   The official Voyage Check-In will be open from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM.  During this fast and easy procedure, representatives  answer any questions you might have.  It’s time to start your voyage and begin a luxurious voyage down the Mississippi River, where memories will be made that will last a lifetime! 

Greenville, MS:  Greenville is at the very heart and soul of Mississippi Delta. Located on the banks of Lake Fergusson, Greenville is a short drive to Indianola, the birthplace of B.B. King and many other blues singers, so naturally Greenville has its fair share of Blues integrated into its culture. Many authors and writers were born or reside in the small town of Greenville; local legend says that the Greenville water grows writers. The author of the Muppets actually got started here along with a long list of other impressive, renowned writers! The town is also known for their gardening, which they were recognized for growing the largest carpet plant in the nation; and museums of which the town has one for practically everything! This beautiful town is sure to win your heart with its southern charm and soul!

Vicksburg, MS:  Vicksburg perfectly blends Southern culture and heritage with exciting modern-day attractions. Described as the “Key to the South” by Abraham Lincoln, this southern town carries a history unlike any other Civil War city. Vicksburg was founded in 1811 and grew as a vital river port city. It was a major component to the Civil War and carries much of the history within the town. Today, Vicksburg is a popular spot for tourists to learn about the battles of the city, taste the cuisine, visit the many museums, and pick out the perfect souvenir. 

Natchez, MS:  This charming river town was first inhabited by Natchez Indians and French explorers who shared the land. It was founded in 1716, making it the oldest city on the Mississippi. The city is known for its elegance, hospitality, and impressive preservation of history – found on every street corner throughout Natchez. Guests enjoy the unique shops, restaurants, museums, and historical homes located in Natchez, all of which contribute to Hugh Bayless’ book, “The 100 Best Towns in America.”

St. Francisville, LA:  Established in 1809, St. Francisville is the oldest town in the Florida Parishes. Below where St. Francisville is located currently, was a settlement called Bayou Sara in the 1790’s. When this settlement was destroyed by flooding and fires, many of the structures and artifacts were hauled up the bluff into St. Francisville, where they are still standing. The town is referred to as “two miles long and two yards wide,” but that definitely doesn’t mean they have nothing to offer! Stop in at one of the unique shops, historical homes, beautiful churches, or breathtaking parks and you will agree with that! Spanish moss trees grow throughout the town, which creates a beautiful southern comfort to the atmosphere.

Baton Rouge, LA: Baton Rouge, the Capital of Louisiana, has a deep culture and rich history. Named by French explorer, Sieur D’Iberville after a reddish pole marking two separate tribal hunting grounds, Baton Rouge has transformed into a rich cultural city. Locals speak a specific version of French in their everyday language. The city is home to Louisiana’s capitol building which is the largest in the United States, as well as the Old State Capitol – a Gothic architectural monument located on the bluffs overlooking the Mighty Mississippi. Spend the day exploring all that Baton Rouge has to offer, from the museums and the architecture, to the shops and the cuisine – everyone will enjoy an exciting, busy day!


Nottoway, LA:  is the South’s largest, most glorious remaining Antebellum mansion with a rich history dating back to 1859. In a fabulous location along the great River Road overlooking the grand Mississippi River, this “White Castle” of the South transports visitors back to an era of glory and grandeur. Set amongst a natural backdrop of vibrant gardens and two hundred-year-old oak trees, Nottoway Plantation captivates all with a brilliant blend of  true Southern hospitality, history and mystery.


New Orleans, LA - Arrival 8:00 AM Time to disembark for your flight home.
Enjoy New Orleans at your leisure or consider a Post-Cruise Premium Shore Excursion with airport transfer. - Ask our Vacation Planners for this option!


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Passage Through Eastern Europe

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Viking Riverboat Cruise
$3295.00 ~ Price is Per Person
10 Nights ~ Viking Longboat Lif
April 5th, 2018 Sailing
Roundtrip Airfare
All Onboard Meals
Complimentary Wine & Beer With Dinner
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Post or Pre Night Package

Ports of Call;
Budapest, Hungary, Croatia, Serbia, Bulgaria and Romania.

10-day cruise with river-view stateroom
7 guided tours with audio headset
All onboard meals: 9 breakfasts, 8 lunches,
9 dinners, featuring regional specialties
Welcome Cocktail Reception & Dinner
Farewell Dinner
Complimentary wine, beer and soft drinks only
With onboard dinner and lunch services

Visit 1 UNESCO World Heritage Site
Culture Curriculum:
Enjoy Serbian & Hungarian folkloric performances
Attend lectures on Serbian current affairs
The myth of Dracula & the European Union
& Orthodox religion from a Bulgarian Priest
All port charges 
Free Wi-Fi (connection speed may vary)
Sail Budapest/Bucharest

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You'll be sailing on the Longboat Lif - Her name means simply "Life." In Norse mythology, Lif and the male Lifthrasir are two mortals who are foretold that they will survive Ragnarok, the end of the world as it is known, by hiding in the forest of Hodmimir. After the flames have abated, Lif and Lifthrasir emerge to discover that everything has been destroyed, and it is up to them to begin anew and repopulate a fertile new world.

See Bucharest’s 3,000-room Palace of Parliament. Make banitsa bread with a home cook in Vidin. Explore Belgrade’s Ottoman and European treasures, including 6th-century Kalemegdan Fortress. View the Danube’s towering Iron Gate. Visit a Croatian family’s Osijek home. Witness Hungary’s daredevil Puszta horsemen. Behold Budapest’s grandeur. Once hidden behind the Iron Curtain, the eastern Danube still has secrets to reveal. This 11-day cruise tour from Budapest to Bucharest (or the reverse) reveals the old-world charms, cherished traditions and picturesque natural beauty of Eastern Europe during this journey into Hungary, Croatia, Serbia, Bulgaria and Romania. You can do all of this and more, from the luxury of Viking River Cruises. Your ship ports right in the heart of these towns, where you'll receive 7 guided tours, all onboard meals, complimentary beer, wine & soft drinks with onboard lunch & dinner! 

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