Amsterdam to Budapest

A Romantic idyll, featuring the castles lining the banks of the Rhine, Main, and Danube

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Cruise Across Europe's Legendary Waterways

Amsterdam to Budapest | 15 Day Cruise Tour
COUNTRIES VISITED: Netherlands, Germany, Austria - Slovakia - Hungary
RIVERS SAILED: Amsterdam Canal - Rhine - Danube
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Boasting a total of 78 enlarged staterooms and oversized Balcony Suites, The Amadeus Silver offers larger than life experiences and the tranquility of your own personal outdoor space.

SHIP AMENITIES

Sun deck with chairs, Lido Bar, Chess Board, Walking Track, Panorama Bar & Restaurant, Lounge, River Terrace, Café Vienna, Amadeus Club, Golf putting green, Fitness Room, Massage Room & Hairdresser

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“River Cruise Ship of The Year”
…It’s grandeur inspired
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DESCRIPTION

Since its debut in 2009, the MSAMADEUS Diamond has set new standards in European river cruising. This river cruiser is a floating luxury hotel, impressing its passengers from the moment they step on board.

SHIP AMENITIES

Sun deck with deck chairs, Lido Bar, Chess Board, Walking Track, Panorama Bar & Restaurant, Lounge, River Terrace, Café Vienna, Amadeus Club, Golf putting green, Health & Wellness, Hairdresser

MS Amadeus Diamond: A Destination unto itself…..
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Cruise Itinerary Starting from $6,395

Overview

The castles lining the banks of the Rhine, Main, and Danube Rivers are living testaments to the splendor of European history — see all the highlights on this cruise combining the wonders of the Rhine with the delights of the Danube. Sample the heights of western civilization, from dynamic Amsterdam to Old World Budapest, as you travel in grand style aboard your very own “floating castle,” designed to put the best of Europe at your fingertips.

THREE ENCHANTING RIVERS

The colorful saga of European history will sing to you as you travel along several of the continent’s most important waterways, from the tulip fields of Holland, through the legendary Rhine Gorge, to picture-perfect villages along the Main River, and the extraordinary Rhine-Main-Danube Canal, the centuries-in-the-making realization of Charlemagne’s dream, creating one waterway running from the North Sea to the Black Sea.

Filled with fascinating history, ancient legends, and breathtaking scenery, cruising Three Enchanting Rivers is the ideal way to see the role “Old Father Rhine” and its tributaries have played in the blossoming of western civilization. Better still, you’ll experience it all while enjoying the height of civilized travel, aboard your floating hotel. The MS Amadeus was one of the first cruise ships to take advantage of the opening of the Main-Danube-Canal, and we take pride in leading the way when it comes to cruising these rivers comfort and style. Nobody brings Old World elegance to life like the ships of the Amadeus fleet — join us on a symphony of sightseeing that hits all the high notes, from the canals of Amsterdam to the legends of the Rhine Gorge and the romantic, medieval heart of Germany, where the art of living well has been tuned to perfection.

FASCINATING DANUBE

Travel through the heart of Europe on a journey between two magnificent Old World capitals: Nuremberg, heart of the German Renaissance in the 15th and 16th centuries, and Budapest, Hungary, the Pearl of the Danube, one of Europe’s most beautiful cities. Aboard the elegant Amadeus ships, you’ll see these lovely cities from the most breathtaking vantage point, but that’s just the beginning of the magic in store! Venturing from the West to the East along the waltzing “Blue Danube,” you’ll discover an abundance of historical and cultural riches: the medieval Benedictine Abbey of Melk, the Imperial glories of Vienna, the spectacular Wachau wine region, and the country estates of the Habsburg elite.

Along with our expertly, guided tours and excursions, our leisurely cruising schedule and intimate access to each port of call means you enjoy more time to savor the delights on your own: beer, wine, pastries, cheeses, apricots, sausages, palaces, monasteries, and castles, castles, and more castles — this is a dance to delight all the senses, in true Old World style.

Enriching Amras Moments:

  • Expert lecture on the history of the canal linking the Rhine, the Main and the Danube
  • Bavarian evening with entertaining live music on board
  • Lecture on Vienna' s coffee house tradition, including how to make Apfels trudel
  • Evening cruise in Budapest with Hungarian folklore program on-board
  • Exclusive Highlight on this cruise

Inclusions:

  • 15-day river cruise with large, outside river-view staterooms, most with French balconies or walk-out balconies
  • Airport Meet & Greet and Transfers to/from ship
  • Free-flowing red & white wines from Europe’s famous wine regions, beer & soft drinks with every lunch and dinner on-board
  • Gourmet dining on-board with all meals
  • 24 hour coffee station
  • Cocktail Reception, Welcome Dinner and Captain’s Gala Dinner
  • 21 culturally enriched shore excursions with expert local guides
  • Amras Enriching Moments
  • Services of an experienced Group Leader and on-board Cruise Director
  • All on-board entertainment including lectures, cooking demonstrations and nightly musical performances
  • Bottled water in every stateroom, and provided with each shore excursion
  • Complimentary in-stateroom infotainment center
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi on-board
  • Complimentary use of on-board bicycles
  • Complimentary state-of-the-art audio headsets
  • All port charges included
  • All local taxes and entrance fees included
  • All on-board gratuities included



Your Itinerary

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Day 1 - Amsterdam, The Netherlands

If you haven’t joined us from our independent Amsterdam Prelude, we will pick you up at the airport on your included transfer to your ship. Your cruise begins in Amsterdam, with time to settle into your cabin and unpack before joining your fellow passengers and crew for a welcome reception and festive dinner. We’ll be docked overnight here in Amsterdam, so if you’re up for it, feel free to head out and sample some of the city’s famous nightlife.

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Day 2 - Amsterdam / Utrecht

This morning’s city tour of Amsterdam includes a canal boat tour — the ideal way to explore this charming, colourful capital. Full of canals and cafés, houseboats and bicycles, with masterpieces of art and architecture at every corner, Amsterdam is truly a city like no other. From its roots as a small fishing village, it rose to become a world power during the Dutch Golden Age, the leading center for finance and diamonds. Today it remains one of the world’s most vibrant cities, home to more than 170 different nationalities.

Leaving Amsterdam, we’ll cruise toward the border of Holland and Germany with a brief stop in Utrecht. On-board this evening, enjoy a traditional Dutch folklore show as we cruise into Germany.

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Day 3 - Cologne, Germany

Enjoy the passing scenery today as we cruise toward Cologne, Germany’s fourth-largest city and an important trading center since Roman times. Keep an eye open as Cologne Cathedral, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and Germany’s most visited landmark, looms to greet us. The largest Gothic church in Northern Europe, the cathedral’s treasures draw more visitors than any other historic site in Germany — its celebrated Shrine of the Three Kings is said to contain the remains of the Three Wise Men.

We’ll explore the Cathedral and see the city’s other highlights on a guided walking tour, As an exclusive Amras highlight you will visit a local brewery and learn about the famous Kolsch beer which is a symbol of Cologne and sample the different varieties. The afternoon is free to explore further on your own.

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Day 4 - The Rhine Gorge: Koblenz to Rüdesheim, Germany

Next you are in for what is undoubtedly the highlight of every Rhine cruise: a journey through the fabled Rhine Gorge, one of the most picture-perfect stretches of river in all of Europe, with hilltop castles, terraced vineyards, and wonderfully preserved medieval villages. In fact, the entire Upper Middle Rhine Valley has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site — an ideal blend of man made marvels and dramatic physical beauty that has been a major tourist attraction since the Romantics made it all the rage in the 19th century, Works like Heinrich Heine’s famous poem, Lorelei, and Richard Wagner’s opera, Gotterdammerung, were inspired here — as you are sure to be as you cruise past the Lorelei Rock. You’ll learn about the legend of the Lorelei and her siren song that lured unwary sailors and feel the power of the looming Rock as we glide safely on our way.

After we arrive in Rüdesheim, a guided tour includes a visit to Siegfried’s Mechanical Musikkabinett, a fascinating collection of self-playing musical instruments. If you prefer, set off and explore Rüdesheim on your own, perhaps strolling along the Drosselgasse, the lively 15th-century street of restaurants and wine taverns running through the heart of the Old Town, or setting off on one of the ship’s complimentary bicycles to see a little of the countryside like one of the locals.

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Day 5 - Miltenberg / Wertheim

Today we leave the Rhine to cruise the Main River, delving deeper into the heart of the region called Franconia. Known to the Romans as “Moenus” and called “Meune” in the epic poem Song of the Nibelungs, the Main (pronounced “Mine”) carries travelers through a breathtakingly beautiful landscape and literally back in time, from modern Mainz to traditional, medieval towns where wine and leather goods are still the primary trades and castles, churches, and picturesque ruins dot the hillsides.

Here we’ll explore two picturesque Bavarian villages that have thrived on income from river traffic: Miltenberg and Wertheim. On a guided walk through Miltenberg you’ll see ample evidence of its affluence through the ages, from its lovely medieval and Renaissance homes to the Gothic splendor of its Merchant Hall. Later we’ll walk through neighboring Wertheim, with its overlapping, half-timbered houses, winding streets, and shops filled with art made by the town’s glassblowers, famed around the world for their beautiful Christmas decorations and distinctive round, flattened glass bottles in which the local Franconian wines are sold.

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Day 6 - Würzburg / Rothenburg

All the pomp and pageantry of medieval Europe come alive today in beautiful Würzburg, the Pearl of Germany’s Romantic Road. Surrounded by sloping hills covered with vineyards, crowned by the ancient stones of Marienberg Fortress, Wurzburg is where the powerful prince-bishops of the 18th century built their “Franconian Rome,” a city of wealth and beauty. The highlight of our guided tour here is a visit to the magnificent Residenz, a UNESCO World Heritage treasure considered one of the most important baroque palaces in Europe. A synthesis of German, Imperial, and French architectural styles, the result is an utterly unique masterpiece. The palace’s sweeping staircase and breathtaking ceiling frescoes by Tiepolo miraculously survived the bombs which leveled much of Würzburg at the end of World War II — the meticulous reconstruction of this beautiful and historic city is literally a story you must see to believe!

From Wurzburg we set off on an excursion along Germany’s famous Romantic Road to Rothenburg, known as Europe’s “most fairy-tale town,” with its Gothic cathedral, towered walls, and gabled houses, for a walking tour followed by some time at leisure. Back on board ship this evening, gather to celebrate your Rhine adventures at the Captain’s Gala Dinner.

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Day 7 - Bamberg

It’s possible you might recognise our destination today, even if you have never been here before — picture-perfect Bamberg is the epitome of a prosperous medieval town, its entire Old Town a UNESCO World Heritage Site. On our guided tour we’ll explore the town’s historic sites, including the 17th-century Neue Residenz, former home of Bamberg’s powerful bishops, and the stunning 11th-century cathedral that holds the tomb of Pope Clement II. If you wish, feel free to explore Bamberg’s charms further on your own: a stroll through the romantically lit streets offers a rare chance to step back in time, and beer lovers won’t want to miss their chance to sample the local specialty, the unique smoky brew called Rauchbier.

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Day 8 - Nuremberg

Today we find ourselves in Nuremberg. Founded more than 1000 years ago, the city was the unofficial capital of the Holy Roman Empire for centuries and the preferred residence of the German kings, attracting scholars and artists alike. Martin Luther claimed that “Nuremberg shines throughout Germany like a sun among the moon and stars,” and by the 19th century the city had become an industrial powerhouse. Infamous during WWII as the site of Hitler’s vast party rallies, the city was reduced to rubble by an Allied bombing campaign. Following the Nuremberg Trials, painstaking reconstruction began, using the original stone, and today many of the city’s main buildings, including the castle and old churches in the Alstadt, have been rebuilt. Just as importantly, over the years, Nuremberg has regained its lively Bavarian cheer. Todays’s morning walking excursion will explore the rich history of Nuremberg up close. After lunch on-board, the day’s touring will continue exploring the important history of the area with a visit to the Documenation Centre and Nazi Party Rally grounds.

Day 9 - Kelheim & Regenburg, Germany

This morning we arrive in Kelheim. Boasting more than 1,000 years of brewing tradition, this is a beer-lover’s paradise — in fact, the world’s oldest operating brewery/monastery is located here. We’ll end our guided tour of Kelheim with a visit to Weltenberg Monastery, where you can judge their brewing expertise.

Next we cruise on to another charming Danube port of call, Regensburg. The first capital of Bavaria, home of dukes, kings, and bishops, Regensburg has been a busy trading center since Roman times — as attested to by the numerous Roman, Romanesque, and Gothic sites that complement the town’s essentially medieval character. On a guided walking tour, your guide will point out many of the highlights, including the remains of the emperor’s old Roman Wall and Porta Praetoria, the 12th-century Old Bridge, the Dom St. Peter, one of Bavaria’s grandest Gothic cathedrals, and stroll through medieval Old Town, with its narrow lanes, elegant patrician houses, charming churches, and stone towers.

With some time to explore on your own, you’ll find the city and its environs a delightfully easy — and rewarding — place to explore on your own.


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Day 10 - Passau, Germany & Linz, Austria

Located at the confluence of three rivers—the Danube, Inn, and Ilz—Passau has been an important center of European trade for more than 2,500 years. From here, we will set off on our full day excursion to Mozart’s lovely alpine city of Salzburg. Explore this beautiful city and enjoy lunch at a local restaurant prior to rejoining the ship which has positioned itself in the Austrian city of Linz.

Day 11 - Melk, Wachau Valley, Durnstein & Vienna

In the early morning we arrive in the town of Emmersdorf for a visit to Melk. If you were a fan of Umberto Eco’s The Name of the Rose, you are in for a very special treat today — a visit to the 900-year-old Benedictine abbey that inspired the novel. On our guided tour we’ll see the Marble Hall, with its allegorical painted ceiling, the Imperial Rooms, and the famous library, housing more than 80,000 priceless volumes.

Back on-board you will cruise through the picturesque Wachau Valley, a UNESCO-designated landscape of rolling vineyards, fairy-tale castles, and ancient hilltop ruins and monasteries. This afternoon we will arrive in the picturesque village of Dürnstein, where Richard the Lionheart was held captive in a castle above the village, by Leopold V, Duke of Austria during the Third Crusade. After exploring this town on foot, an exclusive Amras experience is dinner at a local restaurant with beautiful views of the Wachau Valley accompanied by the local regional wines.

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Day 12 - Vienna, Austria

This morning you awake in Vienna. After breakfast on-board, start off on a guided city tour featuring all the highlights. We’ll travel the Ringstrasse, past one baroque masterpiece after another, take a walk through the gardens of royalty in the Hofburg, and stroll along Austria’s “5th Avenue,” the Kaernterstrasse, to see St. Stephen’s Cathedral. Afterwards, you may return to the ship for lunch or stay in town to sample Austria’s Imperial capital for yourself.

This afternoon, join a guided tour of Schonbrunn Palace, the stunning former summer palace and gardens of the Habsburg’s, former Habsburg’s 1,441-room Rococo “summer home” that which has been preserved as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Top off your visit to this imperial city with a ‘Sound of Vienna’ evening concert with the sounds of Mozart echoing the concert hall.

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Day 13 - Bratislava, Slovakia

Welcome to Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia, an Eastern European gem of a city set between the Danube and the legendary Carpathian Mountains. On our city tour we’ll take in centuries of wonderfully-preserved architecture, from the 13th-century Old Town Hall to Habsburg-era palaces and the city’s famous modern art spaces. Following lunch, we’ll set off on a trip to the outskirts of town to visit Schloss Hof, the far-from-humble country estate of Prince Eugene of Savoy, Austria’s great general and patron of the arts, who later in life hosted hunting parties here.

If perhaps, you’ve had your fill of palatial treasures, you might want to wander the old town center of Bratislava on your own, or take out one of the ship’s bicycles to set off on one of the city’s numerous cycle paths. Tonight, we gather for the Captain’s gala dinner.

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Day 14 - Budapest, Hungary

From Slovakia we travel next into Hungary, Europe’s hidden jewel. With its exotic culture and cuisine, abundance of thermal hot springs and spas, and wealth of architectural marvels, Hungary is a traveller’s idyll. We arrive in Budapest this morning, our final destination and Hungary's capital city. Of all the gracious cities that line the Danube, it is Budapest that truly has the river at her heart, separating the two halves of Buda and Pest, which you’ll see on our city tour that takes in the highlights. This morning we visit the Buda side of the city stopping at St. Matthias Church in the famous UNESCO-designated Castle Hill District.

After we lunch on-board, we continue our tour of Hungary’s capital city of Budapest. We will visit St. Stephen’s Basilica, the Dohány Street Synagogue, the Opera House and more. After dinner tonight, enjoy an evening cruise along Budapest, illuminated in all her glory, followed by a traditional Hungarian folklore show.

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Day 15 - Budapest, Hungary

After breakfast this morning, transfer to the airport for your return flight home, with so much to see and do in Budapest, you might consider our three-day independent Finale featuring a centrally-located hotel with a transfer to the Budapest airport at the end of your stay.

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START WITH A JOURNEY PRELUDE

Independent Prelude
AMSTERDAM | 3 Days | Read more…

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Independent Finale
BUDAPEST | 3 Days | Read more…


Independent Prelude

AMSTERDAM | 3 Days

$846 per person | Single Supplement $192
Amsterdam is one of the greatest small cities in the world. From its canals to world-famous museums and historical sights, Amsterdam is one of the most romantic and beautiful cities in Europe. Amsterdam is also a city of tolerance and diversity. It has all the advantages of a big city: culture, nightlife & international restaurants - but is quiet, and largely thanks to its extensive canals, has little road traffic. In Amsterdam your destination is never far away, but get a bike for an authentic local experience. Museums are the main tourist attraction in Amsterdam. Everyone knows the Rijksmuseum, Van Gogh Museum and Stedelijk Museum, but there are many more. Amsterdam has over fifty museums which attract millions of visitors each year.
What's Included
  • 2 nights at a centrally located 4/5 star hotel
  • Breakfast daily at the hotel
  • Amras Concierge services daily (minimum 10 participants)/li>
  • Transfers from Amsterdam Schipol airport to prelude hotel and from prelude hotel to ship

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Independent Finale

BUDAPEST | 3 Days

$846 per person | Single Supplement $192
Often described as the "Little Paris of Middle Europe", Budapest is famous not only for the monuments reflecting its own 1,000-year-old history, but also for the relics of others who settled here. Remains from both the occupying Romans and Turks can still be seen in the city. After the Ottoman Empire the union with Austria has a particular influence on the city's form and style. The capital has two sides, Buda and Pest, stretching along the banks of the Danube, representing two different characters of the city. Suburban Buda and its historic castle district offer medieval streets and houses, museums, caves and Roman ruins. The dynamic Pest side boasts the largest parliament building in Europe, riverside promenades, flea markets, bookstores, antique stores and café houses. Budapest has a lot to offer. Museums and galleries, churches and synagogues, palaces and historic buildings.
What's Included
  • 2 nights at a centrally located 4/5 star hotel
  • Breakfast daily at the hotel
  • Amras Concierge services daily (minimum 10 participants)
  • Transfers from ship to finale hotel and finale hotel to Budapest Ferenc Liszt International airport
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Park Plaza Victoria Amsterdam (or a similar hotel)| AMSTERDAM, THE NETHERLANDS

On the Amsterdam Independent Prelude

Park Plaza Victoria Amsterdam offers hotel guests first-rate services and amenities. Corporate travelers appreciate the well-equipped business centre and free Wi-Fi access, while guests on holiday enjoy the Active Club, including a gym, a swimming pool, a Finnish sauna, a solarium and a beauty salon. Outstanding amenities and friendly service set Park Plaza Victoria Amsterdam apart from other hotels in central Amsterdam. Park Plaza Victoria Amsterdam offers guests three on-site restaurants and bars serving cuisine to tempt any palate. Park Plaza Brasserie serves international cuisine and a wide selection of beverages, while Seasons Garden Restaurant features a daily buffet breakfast and is also used as a conference facility for special lunches and dinners. For a casual get-together, the Lobby Lounge serves snacks and a wide range of cocktails. The Park Plaza Victoria Amsterdam is proud to provide each guest with an enjoyable dining experience.

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Corinthia Hotel Budapest | BUDAPEST, HUNGARY

On the Budapest Independent Finale

With its abundance of beautiful parks, luxury shopping, a vibrant contemporary art scene and pulsating nightlife, Budapest is one of the most memorable cities in Central Europe. Beautifully restored for a new generation of traveler, Corinthia Hotel Budapest is one of the grandest hotels in the city. An impressive landmark building with an imposing Neo-classical façade and soaring glass atrium, Corinthia Budapest offers a choice of elegant eateries and destination bars for even the most discerning traveler. Close to historical and cultural landmarks including the UNESCO world heritage site Andrássy Avenue, the House of Terror museum and many of the city’s world-famous spas, Corinthia Budapest is the perfect destination for both exploration and relaxation.
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