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Cruise Description

7 Night Cruise sailing from Dresden to Potsdam aboard Katharina Von Bora.

The atmosphere on this charming riverboat is comfortable- wherever you go on it. Being in the elegantly furnished cabins, the spacious panorama restaurant or the saloon full of atmosphere, on board our MS KATHARINA VON BORA you will feel at home from the first instance. Delicacies and lively dance music await you in the evenings. The sun deck is a favoured meeting point during the daytime. From here, you can also enjoy the landscape of the rivers Oder and Elbe passing by in style in pleasant company.

The stylish panorama restaurant offers sufficient space for all guests. Let yourself be pampered by the friendly staff. The on-board kitchen offers tasty international and German dishes that are presented with passion.

Theme evenings, quiz events, bingo (depending on the programme) as well as live music ensure that there is no time for boredom on-board. Books, board and card games are also available.

Highlights of this cruise:

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.

Meissen is a town about 25 km (16 mi) northwest of Dresden on both banks of the Elbe river in the Free State of Saxony, in eastern Germany. It is one of the oldest towns in Saxony, Germany and is also the place where the first European porcelain was invented.

Meissen is the home of Meissen porcelain, based on extensive local deposits of china clay (kaolin) and potter's clay (potter's earth). Meissen porcelain was the first high quality porcelain to be produced outside of the Orient. The china factory is still producing today and visitors can tour the factory and museum.

Meissen's historical district is located mostly around the market at the foot of the castle hill. It contains many buildings of Renaissance architecture. Also imposing is the view from the 57 metre high tower of the Frauenkirche (Church of Our Lady), situated in the old market-place.

Potsdam is the capital city of the federal state of Brandenburg in Germany. It is situated on the Havel river, south-west of Berlin. It features a series of interconnected lakes and is widely known for its parks and castles of Sanssouci, a World Heritage Site. Potsdam is more than 1000 years old and many of its historic buildings are under re-construction after World War Two and the period of the GDR.

Potsdam’s major new family attraction is the high-tech Babelsberg Film Theme Park. There are also several fine 18th-century buildings preserved in the city, which boasts three large parks. The Neuer Garten contains the marble palace and Schloss Cecilienhof, where Stalin, Truman and Churchill drafted peace treaties in July and August 1945 during the Potsdam Conference. Sanssouci has the spectacular Sanssouci Palace, which was Frederick the Great’s favorite residence, and a gilded teahouse. The picture gallery next door to the palace contains many old masters. The city’s Dutch Quarter is an attraction in itself, as is the famous Potsdam Bridge, where East and West exchanged spies in all the best espionage films of the Cold War era.

Cruise Itinerary
Date Activity Arrive Depart
07/05/22 Dresden, Germany 05:00 PM
07/05/22 Bad Schandau,Germany 11:30 PM overnight
08/05/22 Bad Schandau,Germany overnight
09/05/22 Bad Schandau,Germany 02:30 PM
09/05/22 Dresden, Germany 06:00 PM overnight
10/05/22 Dresden, Germany 06:00 PM
10/05/22 Meissen, Germany 08:00 PM overnight
11/05/22 Meissen, Germany 01:00 PM
11/05/22 Wittenberg, Germany 09:00 PM overnight
12/05/22 Wittenberg, Germany 01:00 PM
12/05/22 Magdeburg, Germany 08:30 PM overnight
13/05/22 Magdeburg, Germany 09:00 AM
13/05/22 Rothensee, Germany 11:00 AM 12:30 PM
14/05/22 Potsdam, Germany 00:30 AM
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