Elbe Princesse II
Elbe Princesse II, (BPG) ex Berlin to Prague
Cruise Line: CroisiEurope
Selected Sailing Date: 25 Aug 2019
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Cruise Description

8 Night Cruise sailing from Berlin to Prague aboard Elbe Princesse II.

From Berlin to Prague, discover the charming cities of Germany and Czech Republic, marked by their past but also by their cultural diversity. Visit the cities of Berlin, Potsdam, Dresden and Prague, cities that are authentic and full of charm. Let yourself be seduced by our excursions such as the gardens of the Sanssouci Palace or the Elbe Sandstone Mountains.

Highlights of this cruise:

Magdeburg is the capital city of the Bundesland of Saxony-Anhalt, Germany. It lies on the Elbe River and was one of the most important medieval cities of Europe. The 1200 year old capital city has a rich and colourful past, but is also a modern and thriving metropolis with many beautiful sights and attractions.

Magdeburg Cathedral and the Monastery of Our Lady are among the many historically important buildings highlighting a wealth of cultural attractions. New buildings such as the Waterway Junction and the Hundertwasserhaus have become further architectural gems in the crown of the capital city.

Wittenberg, officially Lutherstadt Wittenberg, is a town in Germany in the Bundesland Saxony-Anhalt, on the Elbe River. It is best known as the home of Martin Luther and the birthplace of the Protestant Reformation.

Attractions in Wittenberg include the houses where Martin Luther, Philip Melanchton, and Lukas Cranach lived and worked, the Schlosskirche where Luther supposedly nailed his 95 Theses to the door, the castle, as well as the pretty old town. The main tourist sights are all along CollegienstraBe, which leads uphill through the old town before changing into Schlossstraße after the Market Square.

Dresden is the capital of the German federal-state of Saxony (Freistaat Sachsen). Located on the Elbe River, it is an industrial, governmental, and cultural center, known worldwide for the Bruehl's Terrace and its historic landmarks in the Old Town (Altstadt).

Dresden is a very beautiful, lightspirited city, especially in summer, when you can appreciate the serene setting of the historic center. Although Dresden is larger than Munich when measured by area, the historic center is quite compact and walkable. Several of the city's landmarks - the baroque Semper Opera House, elaborate Zwinger Palace and other architectural treasures have already been carefully restored to their former grandeur. From late spring through early fall, cafes, fill the streets and river front restaurants and pubs expand outdoors to beer gardens and leafy courtyards.

Prague, located on the Vltava River, is one of the most stunning cities in Europe, a UNESCO World Heritage listed gem, known as the ‘City of a Thousand Spires’. It is one of the least "eastern" European cities, with six hundred years of architecture untouched by natural disaster or war. Amongst Prague’s extensive array of historic and beautiful structures is Prague Castle and St. Vitus Cathedral, a gothic style cathedral with underground tombs. Both sights offer incredible views.

The 700 year Old Town Square, is at the throbbing heart of tourist Prague and contains the Old Town Hall Tower and several impressive churches. Charles Bridge links the Lesser Town and the Castle above with the Old and New Towns. One of the most enjoyable aspects of visiting Prague is that much of the compact old core is accessible on foot, with plenty of bars and cafes and an excellent public transport system.

Prague is also unquestionably a musical city. Prague Spring Festival is one of the major world-class festivals but concerts abound throughout the year. Buskers are found everywhere and the streets, squares and bridges echo to everything from talented students from the Conservatoire, to Dixieland jazz, folk and world music and pop.