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Before ending its journey in the North Sea, the Rhine makes its way through much of Holland and Belgium by way of the Holland and Belgium river cruises shared waterways. A cruise along these idyllic rivers offers a great opportunity to experience some of the Netherlands’ most celebrated cities, engage national heritage, and reward natural beauty. A Holland River cruise is the perfect mini river cruise destination.


From the world-famous tourist favourite, Amsterdam, and the bustling contemporary port of Rotterdam to smaller settlements rich in Dutch history like Hoorn and Arnhem, river cruises in Holland are a thoroughly rewarding way to experience what this picturesque country has to offer. Make sure to book your 2024 river cruise through the Netherlands today. 



River Cruise In Holland Destinations


Holland river cruises take you along the iconic Rhine and discover all that the Netherlands has to offer, with beautiful scenery and amazing cities to explore in Europe's flattest country that offers an experience that is unlike any other. 



Explore Amsterdam

One of the world's most iconic cities, an Amsterdam river cruise is the perfect way to experience a city unlike any other. Most river cruises in Holland are round-trips from its most famous city, Amsterdam. Key attractions here include the Anne Frank House, the Van Gogh Museum, and the city’s utterly charming canal network. Indeed, transferring to a smaller boat for the day is an excellent way to soak up the atmosphere of the city as you tour it by waterway and take in the sights. 


One very popular excursion while you’re docked in Amsterdam, is a trip to Keukenhof Gardens, which is the world’s second largest flower garden. It will come as no surprise that there are tulips galore here, and the best time to view them is during the spring. Take in Amsterdam the right way aboard an all inclusive river cruise


Explore Rotterdam

The world’s second largest port obviously has a rich maritime pedigree, but as much of it has been rebuilt following the Second World War, it’s quite the architectural pioneer too, and a city tour will reveal such memorable sights as the Central Station, Erasmus Bridge, and the Euromast Tower. 


If your river cruise ship stops at Rotterdam, it’s likely you’ll also spend part of the day visiting the Delta Works. This ingenious feat of engineering is what keeps the notoriously low-lying Netherlands flood-free and allows the waterways to function as a key trade and tourist route. Book your river cruise for 2025 and experience Rotterdam and all it has to offer.


Explore Hoorn

Another port with a rich maritime heritage, Hoorn is a quaint shopping village with begging-to-be-explored cobblestone streets that reveal traditional trades being plied and a host of characteristic buildings. This is the place to pick up some of that famous Dutch cheese on the historic town square, and the bread is pretty special here, too.


Explore Arnhem

Arnhem’s star attractions are the Netherlands Open-Air Museum and National Heritage Museum, which offers a complete look at Dutch life, but there are often excursions from it to Apeldoorn, where you’ll find the baroque wonder that is Het Loo Palace. Once the Dutch royal family’s summer residence, it’s now open to the public and offers a fascinating look at the life they led, with a wealth of lavishly furnished rooms to explore.


Take advantage of our amazing European river cruise deals and get a great deal on your Holland river cruise holiday.


Explore Kinderdijk

This is the Dutch windmills experience you’ve been waiting for, as this UNESCO World Heritage Site is home to a number of fully working structures and makes for a truly absorbing day out. During your visit, you’ll be able to tour one of the windmills to find out exactly how it works and how its fellow structures helped to control flooding in the area.


It’s also the perfect place for some golden photo opportunities if you want to capture an image or two of Holland at its most traditional. When you book a Europe river cruise, you get to experience villages like Kinderdijk that you otherwise may have never seen.



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If you are looking for a Holland river cruise and need some help with your booking or just need some travel advice, then be sure to get in touch with us and call our freephone service at 0800 1970854 or email us at [email protected], and one of our friendly and helpful staff will be on hand to assist you with any queries. 

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