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Accessible River Cruises
View wonderful sights of the Netherlands on an accessible cruise over 5 nights with wheelchair-friendly excursions and adapted transfers included.
There are two different cruises on set dates (see below for further details) which visit a lot of historic towns of the Netherlands including Nijmegen, Zaandam, Harlingen and many more where you can enjoy many sights, enjoy good food and drink, have plenty of fun and make many memories along the way.
- Rhine River Cruise April 14 - 19, 2019 (Arnhem, Koln, Koblenz, Boppard & Duffeldorf)
- Holland River Cruise April 21 - 26, 2019 (Arnhem, Schoonhoven, Zierikzee, Dordrecht, Maassluis & Zwijndrecht)
- Holland River Cruise August 25 - 30, 2019 (Arnhem, Deventer, Enkhuizen, Amsterdam & Wijk bij Duurstede)
- Rhine River Cruise September 1 - 6, 2019 (Arnhem, Dusseldorf, Bonn, Andernach & Kon)
With both tours you will fly to and from Amsterdam (from and to your local airport in the UK), which then you'll have an adapted transfer from and to Schipol Airport.
Cruise 1 - Starts in Arnhem and ends in Hasselt
Cruise 2 - Starts in Hasselt and ends in Kampen
TV, Wash Basin, Shower Gel, Wash Gel, Hand Soap, Towels & Bed Sheets are available in the accessible rooms.
In the largest room aboard the ship, it has windows all around to offer amazing views of the surroundings and there's a bar and DJ booth for entertainment in the evening. Television and tables for playing games, reading a book or socialising are available too. Towards the back of the ship, there is a bar and television where sports games can be watched here at night and it's also great for playing games or socialising with other passengers on the ship.
Each adapted room has twin beds for guests.
Please note that the accessible cabins are not equipped with private bathrooms, there's one large fully adapted bathroom available per 4 accessible cabins.
Tailor-made holidays – especially designed for disabled people
All properties personally audited and graded for wheelchair-users, slow walkers and people with limited mobility.