Bavaria, Austria & Budapest
Experience the beauty of southern Germany along with Austria, Slovakia and Hungary. In 16 days, you discover the highlights of the Ancient Danube and discover the playground of the Hapsburg Empire.
Add Prague to your journey!
The one city in Europe you must see.
Add Prague to your Vienna to Amsterdam journey!
Amsterdam to Basel
Don't be fooled by a shorter itinerary, 16 days is the ideal length of time to enjoy all the beautiful scenery along the Rhine and Mosel rivers. Join us as we share with you Switzerland, France, Germany and The Netherlands. We take you to the intimate areas of these countries and present them as no other company does.
Basel to Amsterdam
Our Rhine River cruises offer you an unparalleled experience. This cruise itinerary differs from Amsterdam to Basel as it includes two full free days in Basel and one in Amsterdam, as well as a tour to Lucerne. Both cruises are a perfect blend of cruising through beautiful countryside and visits to historic, picturesque towns.
Lisbon to Monte Carlo
A gift from Oceania Cruises *
$500 Ship Board Credit
Free Unlimited Internet Package
* Oceania's offer expires May 31, 2013
An additional gift from Jerry
$100 ship board credit
Welcome bottle of wine or champagne. Private session in the Bon Appétit Culinary Center with help from the chef to create your own meal
Portugal, Spain, United Kingdom, Morocco, France, Italy, Monaco
Oceania's New Riviera
Lisbon, Portugal • Seville (Cadiz), Malaga, Cartagena, Barcelona (Tarragona), Spain • Gibraltar, UK • Provence (Marseille), Nice, France • Monte Carlo, Monaco • Florence, Pisa, Tuscany (Livorno), Rome (Civitavecchia), Italy
Waterways of the Netherlands and Belgium
Discover the quaint towns and villages of The Netherlands and see more of this country than most of the Dutch citizens do. Our unique itinerary offers a very diverse and in depth exploration of these two Royal countries.
European Christmas Market Cruise
This Christmas season join us as we set sail along the Romantic Rhine river and take in the traditions and customs of the many towns along its banks.