Gems of Scandinavia & The Low Countries

A scandinavia adventure awaits

Journey through Scandinavia

Explore perfectly preserved medieval towns, fairy-tale castles, and charming harbourside villages. View the works of Dutch master painters and intricately carved runic stones set near a Viking-age necropolis. Sample Edam cheeses, join a Belgium chocolate workshop, step inside a windmill, and take a relaxing cruise through a maze of canals.

All the things you need to know

With a selection of suites, you’ll be spoilt for choice. 

  • Veranda Suite 
  • Penthouse Suite 
  • Penthouse Spa Suite 
  • Owners Suite & Above 

You’ll never get board of the same food with so many delicious options at hand.

  • The Restaurant : Easy going, come and dine as and when you want.

  • Earth & ocean : Each evening, the chefs will create an array of fresh, incentive dishes from around the world. Served in a relaxed setting under the stars. 

  • The Retreat : Custom details and modern elements to create the ultimate serene space. 

  • The Patio : Offering luncheon buffets, salads, soups and freshly baked pizza. Dinners will feature a full menu in an al fresco setting. 

  • The Grill by Thomas Keller : Inspired by the classic American Restaurant from the 50’s & 60’s. The Grill focuses on updated versions of iconic dishes. 

  • The Colonnade : A more casual, indoor/outdoor alternative for breakfast and lunch. Experience regionally themed dinners with table service nightly. 
Each day on board offers world-class entertainment and enriching activities.
  • Fitness Centre : Featuring a row of state-of-the-art treadmills, elliptical trainers, stationary bikes and weight machines in front of a wall of windows.
  • Spa & wellness : Add a layer of luxury to your voyage with a visit to the spa.
  • Caviar In The Surf : Enjoy beautiful beaches while the crew wade through turquoise water to serve you chilled caviar and ice-cold champagne. 

Vibrant Copenhagen, Denmark’s capital, sits on the coastal islands of Zealand and Amager. Originally a Viking fishing village established in the 10th century, Copenhagen today is one the world’s most liveable cities. Its open spaces and lively street life, along with city planning favouring cyclists and pedestrians, encourage inhabitants to enjoy a lifestyle with an emphasis on community, culture and cuisine.

Denmark’s second largest city is an important port and home to Scandinavia’s largest university. Its 12th Century Cathedral and the charming Old Town Museum contrast nicely with the ultra-modern architecture springing up in the former “Docklands” and the ARoS Art Museum. It is also enjoys one of Europe’s youngest urban demographics, with a lively nightlife and busy cultural scene including a famous annual international jazz festival. Originally a Viking settlement, Aarhus has its own Tivoli amusement park with four roller coasters in the city centre, a world-class concert hall and orchestra and a large Botanical Gardens.

Gothenburg is situated on the Göta älv River on Sweden’s west coast. An important seaport, it’s known for tree-lined boulevards, quaint cafes, shops, theatres and sculptured gardens.

Situated on the southern tip of Norway, Kristiansand is a place for all ages. Explore Dyreparken, a gigantic zoo, as well as numerous beaches and historical landmarks. Christiansholm Fortress, constructed in 1672, speaks to the early history of Norway with its picturesque stone martello towers and cannons pointing out to sea. Beautiful Kristiansand Cathedral, with its elegant, vaulted wooden ceiling and 230’ (70 m) steeple tower is a classic example of Neo-Gothic architecture built in 1645. While walking some of Kristiansand’s quaint and picturesque city streets, one can visit the fish market, a showplace of Norway’s seafood wealth with many open-water tanks

Day at sea

The delightfully attractive city of Amsterdam is home to many of the world’s great art treasures, and is a major centre of the glamorous diamond trade as well. Unique architectural styles of the past blend with superb modern structures, and the web of curved and straight canals makes the city as easy to traverse by water as by land. The hospitality of the local people has been remarked upon by generations of travellers, and the Dutch’s respect for and tolerance of the beliefs of others has attracted refugees from around the world for centuries.

This coastal port is our portal to the fairytale charms of Bruges, and almost unbearably romantic medieval town laced with canals. The central square confronts the visitor with four solid walls of fretted towers, elaborate edifices and soaring spires. One of the best ways to enjoy the town is to ride the swan-dotted canals on a boat tour. Or stroll around and pop into any of the open buildings to absorb the confectionary decoration. Speaking of confections, the town is justly famous for its fine Belgian chocolate. They even have a museum dedicated the Flemish invention of thinly cut, crisply fried potatoes that earned the inaccurate misnomer “French Fries!”

Crossing the English Channel from continental Europe to Great Britain, the first view of England is the milky-white strip of land called the White Cliffs of Dover.


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We are here to help. Our travel experts will organise and book your dream holiday.
call us today or complete our online enquiry form to start your next adventure.