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6 Nights Cruise
From Cologne - Cologne

2015 Departures and Prices Per Person in EURO

Cabin Category
Occupancy
Season
B
Outer cabin Cat. S / deck 1
3
€ 849
Outer cabin Cat. S / deck 1
2
€ 1199
Outer cabin Cat. A with extra bed / deck 2
2
€ 1399
Outer cabin Cat. C with Juliette Balcony / deck 2
2
€ 1599
Outer cabin Cat. D with juliet balcony / deck 3
2
€ 1699
Single cabin surcharge cat. A, C & D
25%
Children in extra bed cat. S, E, F (age: 2 to 15 years) with full paying passengers
FREE
Early Booking Discount until 31 August 2015
€ 90.00

Rates, additional charges and conditions are subject to change, and to
currency fluctuation, without notice - Errors and Omissions Excepted


A-Rosa Viva December 2015
Date
27
Season
B

Rhine New Year North From Cologne Cruise Map


What are you doing for New Year's Eve That is surely the question most asked as the turn of the year approaches. A surprising answer would be a trip on the Rhine towards Basel. And on the way you'll discover Koln, Speyer and Strasburg too. New Year's Eve? Celebrate it glamorously on board your A-ROSA cruise ship and be thoroughly spoilt. Eat in grand style, drink champagne and experience a fantastic firework display. And do so in the loveliest place in the world at midnight: an international city.

ITINERARY

Day 1 Cologne    
Cologne, the old Cathedral city, is also one of the most important traffic hubs and commercial centres in Germany, with world famous trade fairs and a busy shipping traffic. Cologne developed out of a Roman colony and looks back on a history of more than 2000 years. In the Middle Ages it was one of the leading towns in Germany. The Second World War destroyed most of the inner city; these parts were rebuilt in a modern style. The landmark and emblem of the city is the Cathedral, a masterpiece of High Gothic architecture and one of the largest cathedrals in Europe. Other tourist attractions are the town hall, the Malakoff Tower, the St Martin Church and the old abbey

Day 2    Antwerp
Thanks to its port, Antwerp was an important centre of trade and commerce even before historical records began. In addition to its long established traditions in banking and insurance, the continual expansion and modernisation of the port has seen the emergence of a multitude of trades and industries. Today Greater Antwerp is the biggest industrial conurbation in Belgium. Antwerp's international reputation is partly due to the diamond industry and the special role the city plays in the diamond trade worldwide. The city's remarkable reputation does not just rest on its trade and industry, it is also the cultural capital of Flanders..

Day 3    Brussels
In Brussels you cannot only experience the past history of centuries. The European Council and NATO are writing current history: the most important feature is of course the famous Manneken Pis or the Pissing Boy.

Day 4    Rotterdam
Rotterdam, the second largest city in the Netherlands, is located on both banks of the Nieuwe Maas, the southern arm of the Rhine, joined by the little River Rotte. Since the opening of the Europoort in 1966, Rotterdam has been the largest port in the world, and in consequence has developed into a gigantic commercial and industrial centre whose full potential is still very far from being realised.

Day 6   Amsterdam
Amsterdam is located in the provinces of Noord-Holland. Including its ten outer suburbs, Amsterdam has a population of over one million inhabitants, forming the largest conurbation in what is known as Randstad Holland. The city is the hub and cornerstone of the Dutch economy thanks mainly to its importance as a commercial centre and the country's second largest port. Amsterdam is unusual in many ways, i.e. it has more than 2000 architectural monuments, world-class museums and historic canals, but also its unique and liberal atmosphere makes it stand out.

Day 7   Cologne
Cologne, the old Cathedral city, is also one of the most important traffic hubs and commercial centres in Germany, with world famous trade fairs and a busy shipping traffic. Cologne developed out of a Roman colony and looks back on a history of more than 2000 years. In the Middle Ages it was one of the leading towns in Germany. The Second World War destroyed most of the inner city; these parts were rebuilt in a modern style. The landmark and emblem of the city is the Cathedral, a masterpiece of High Gothic architecture and one of the largest cathedrals in Europe. Other tourist attractions are the town hall, the Malakoff Tower, the St Martin Church and the old abbey.

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