U.S. citizens are required to carry a valid passport with an expiration date no less than six (6) months after the scheduled return date. Allow at least 8 weeks before tour departure to obtain or renew a U.S. passport. Details at http://travel.state.gov/.
Non-U.S. citizens must determine and acquire their required entry documents.
Everhart Museum & National Canal Museum RIVER CRUISE: Windmills, Tulips and Canals of Europe
April 8-15, 2013 * From Amsterdam to Amsterdam, through Holland & Belgium
RIVER CRUISE PRICE: From $2,549/member,
cruise only *
includes air and transfers *
EARLY BOOKING DISCOUNT: Save $400/person with reservations received by July 31, 2012!
The Everhart Museum in Scranton, PA and the National Canal Museum in Easton, PA are teaming up for a FUNdraising group travel adventure! Make new friends as you embrace spring on a European river cruise through the canals of Holland and Belgium with your fellow Everhart Museum and National Canal Museum supporters. All the things that come to mind when you think of Holland and Belgium - colorful canals, whimsical windmills, vibrant tulips, rich maritime history and the art of the Dutch masters - are yours to experience in all their real-life glory.
All meals on-board ship including gourmet four-course dinners with chef-inspired regional recipes, complimentary regional wines & beer (unlimited) with dinner.
Luxury staterooms with large bathrooms, L'Occitane bath amenities, spacious closets and deluxe cabins w/ floor-to-ceiling glass door French balconies.
English-speaking crew and guests, included shore excursions with local guide and headsets, nightly entertainment, Internet access, fitness center and more!
About River Cruising
River cruising is a new way to see and explore Old World Europe in grand style with the convenience of unpacking only once. Your ship is an elegant, floating boutique hotel featuring luxury accommodations and gourmet dining. Experience a 360º view of Europe as you cruise past historic sites and charming country sides. The heart of Europe's towns and villages with their towering cathedrals, bustling markets and squares are yours to explore, often just steps away from your ship.