Weichsel River Cruises - discover the beauty of Poland

On a Weichsel River Cruise you will become acquainted with the many faces of Poland: cities, history and landscapes are all on the agenda. Come on a journey of discovery!

The Weichsel River Cruise - where it takes place and when to go

The Weichsel flows through Poland. It rises in the western Beskid mountains and discharges after a journey of some 1047 kilometres into the Baltic at Gdansk. The best time for a Weichsel River Cruise is in the months of June to August.

Weichsel River Cruises - cities and tourist attractions

With its numerous Renaissance and Baroque buildings, the attractive city of Krakow is on the agenda. This is where you will find the second-oldest university in Central Europe, the imposing royal castle and the Jewish quarter of Casimir.

Warsaw, the capital of Poland, will also be on the itinerary. The historic city centre will transport you back in time. Warsaw's Royal Route— one of the world's longest ceremonial avenues — runs from the grandiose royal castle to the Vilanov Palace.

If your Weichsel River Cruise should happen to take you to the city of Toruń you will have the opportunity to wander in the footsteps of Copernicus. One of Toruń's many facets is the old town, a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage site with its buildings in the north German brick Gothic style. The city's main church of St. John is also a must.

The long-established port of Gdansk has many historic monuments to offer, such as the City Hall and the fountain of Neptune from the year 1633.

The Weichsel River Cruise - a voyage of many faces

Cities steeped in history, idyllic landscapes and traditional culture: experience the fascinating beauty of Poland on a Weichsel River Cruise!



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More cruises in Northern Europe
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Norwegian: free cruises for children
Norwegian Cruise Line, the third-largest cruise company in the world, announced a special offer – “Kids Sail Free”. As part of the offer potential customers will be able to book on favorable terms cabins on the cruise ships for themselves and their children – the third and fourth beds in the cabin for the children under 17 years can be booked for free.