|Antwerp City Tour
Enjoy a city tour through Antwerp, one of Europes largest and most historic port cities. Evidence of the wealth produced from trade during the 16th century can be seen in the opulent homes that line the city streets. Visit the Onze-Lieve-Vrouwekathedraal (Cathedral of our Lady) to view the spectacular works of art by Rubens that decorate this place of worship. Continue on to a diamond cutter and dealer to learn why over 60 of the worlds diamonds are traded in this city.
|Brussels City Tour
Spend the afternoon in Brussels, the capital of Belgium. Begin your city tour in the Leuken area, and see the Heysel stadium, Leuken cathedral, the Atomium, and the Royal Residence. Continue to the city center to see the Royal Palace, city park and the Palace of Justice. Before boarding the ship, enjoy some time to explore the city and shops on your own.
|Full Day Bruges City Tour
A full day to explore Brussels on your own. Sample fine chocolates, shop for handmade lace or visit the Parc du Cinquantenaire, built during Léopold IIs reign, best known for its cluster of art and history museums. Or, you may wish to participate in the full day optional tour to Bruges, home to some of Europes best preserved medieval buildings. The tour takes you first to view the Lake of Love (Minnewater) and the Beguinage convent and continues for a walking tour of the citys medieval districts, where you will visit Our Ladys Church, home of the famous Madonna statue by Michelangelo. See the Market Square and Belfry, and the Town Hall Square with its Chapel of the Holy Blood. Youll have time to explore the abundance of handicraft shops and cafes before returning to Brussels. In Brussels tonight, many trendy fine restaurants and cafes await you
|Ghent City Tour
Tour the medieval city of Ghent, the capital and largest city of the East Flanders province. Visit St. Bavos Cathedral which houses a wealth of artistic treasures including the celebrated 12-paneled Adoration of the Lamb, painted by the Van Eyck brothers. View the "Gravensteen," a large castle built in the 12th century by a count returning from the crusades, and walk through the town center passing the Grote Market and Belfry.