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New Year - Cities of Belgium

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Overview



  • Enjoy New Year’s Eve dinner on board, toasting the New Year at midnight and taking in a fireworks display in Rotterdam
  • On New Year’s Day, join your fellow passengers for a special Captain’s gala dinner!
  • Visit beautiful Bruges and Ghent
  • Explore the magnificent city of Rotterdam
  • Take in Antwerp’s many sights

Make the most of the New Year with a wonderful River Cruise aboard the MS Princess, exploring Holland and Belgium. Discover stunning sights in Bruges and Ghent, as well as taking in a fireworks display in Rotterdam on New Year’s Eve, exploring vibrant Antwerp at leisure, and enjoying a New Year’s Day gala dinner.

Join us as we explore beautiful cities in Holland and Belgium, sailing on-board the MS Princess and enjoying a fantastic New Year celebration at the same time! We’ll begin our journey in brilliant Bruges, famous for its stunning medieval architecture.

We’ll then continue to Ghent, where we may wish to join an optional guided walking tour, which can help us to see more of the sights in this charming city, such as the Belfry, and Saint Nicholas Church. Onwards to Rotterdam on New Year’s Eve; celebrate with a fantastic evening meal on-board with our fellow passengers. Not only this, we’ll also have a spectacular fireworks display to look forward to in Rotterdam!

On New Year’s Day, we’ll celebrate in style with a Captain’s gala dinner, enjoying a wonderful party atmosphere as we make the most of our last night on-board.

In the morning, it will be time to disembark in Antwerp to continue our journey home after a brilliant river cruise. What better way to celebrate the New Year?

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Itinerary

Day One - UK to Bruges
Journey with us from the UK to the MS Princess in Bruges, enjoying a welcome drink upon arrival. We’ll sit down to an evening meal on-board, with time to get to know our fellow passengers. (D)

Day Two - Bruges to Ghent
This morning, we begin our river cruise as we set sail from Bruges and sail onwards to Ghent, famous for its wonderful architecture. We arrive in Ghent by mid-afternoon - why not join our optional guided walking tour of the city to find out more about its history and to see the sights? (B,L,D)

Day Three - Ghent to Rotterdam (New Year’s Eve)
Today we’ll arrive in Rotterdam by mid-afternoon and will have time to explore this vibrant city, known for its fantastic skyline and cultural attractions. Take a stroll around the bustling city centre, or why not visit one of the city’s famous museums? This evening, we’ll ring in the New Year with a sumptuous evening meal, as well as enjoying a fantastic fireworks display on Erasmus Bridge. (B,L,D)

Day Four - Rotterdam to Antwerp (New Year’s Day)
We continue onwards to Antwerp on New Year’s Day, with free time to explore this interesting city. One of its most amazing sights is the Grote Markt, where you’ll find Antwerp City Hall, the Guildhalls, the Monumental buildings and the Brabo Fountain. To celebrate the New Year and the last night of our river cruise, we’ll enjoy an excellent Captain’s gala dinner tonight! (B,L,D)

Day Five - Antwerp to UK
Time to bid farewell today, as we disembark the MS Princess and continue our journey home. (B)

Extras included on this holiday

New Year's Day gala dinner

Celebrate the season with a sumptuous gala dinner on New Year's Day. 

Welcome drink on arrival

Enjoy a welcome drink on arrival.

The Local Area


Optional Excursions

Ghent Guided Walking Tour

When visiting the lovely city of Ghent, we’ll be given the option of taking a guided walking tour in order to find out more about its history and culture, travelling to some of the city’s most interesting attractions. The city was at one time the second largest city north of the Alps and evidence of this is apparent throughout Ghent in the number of historic buildings that are here. Some of the most impressive of these historic buildings are the city's Belfry, St Bavo's Cathedral, the castle and St Nicholas' Church.

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