Cruises from Amsterdam: Deals and sailings in 2017-2018

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Peak season for European cruises is during the summer months from May to October. During this time, the weather is perfect for sailing across the ocean in the Northern Hemisphere or hopping from one European city to another if you're travelling via river cruise.

If you haven't booked your sail yet you still have plenty of time. We researched cruises from Amsterdam and came up with information that will help you to plan your cruising holiday easily.

Top deals on cruises from Amsterdam

Deal

Up to $1,500 off 2022 Europe river cruises w/flexibilty

Expires 30 Sep 2021
Cruise to places including Vienna, Prague, Paris, Amsterdam and more. Available on cruises in 2022 with flexibility until 60 days prior to departure.
Deal

Up to 10% off 2022 cruises

Expires 30 Sep 2021
Available on cruises in 2022 when you pay in full within 3 days of booking. Destinations include Paris, Vienna, Amsterdam, Peru, India and more. T&Cs apply.
Deal

Up to 10% off advance purchases

Expires 30 Sep 2021
Available on cruises in 2023 when you pay in full within 3 days of booking. Destinations include France, Amsterdam, Brussels, Budapest and more. T&Cs apply.
Deal

Up to $1,500 off Europe cruises

Expires 30 Sep 2021
Available on select voyages in 2022. Destinations include France, Prague, Amsterdam, Paris and more. T&Cs apply.

Where do cruises sail to from Amsterdam?

Amsterdam offers a variety of cruises from luxury open-ocean cruises as far as Florida and New York to more local European river cruises down the River Rhine to France, Switzerland, Germany and more.

The most popular cruise destinations from Amsterdam are:

  • Florida
  • New York
  • Southampton, UK
  • Stockholm
  • Barcelona
  • Lisbon, Portugal
  • Bergen, Norway
  • Savona and Genoa, Italy
  • Athens
  • Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Brussels and Antwerp (river cruise)
  • Nuremberg and Berlin, Germany (river cruise)
  • Marseilles, Paris and Strasbourg, France (river cruise)
  • Basel, Switzerland (river cruise)

Which cruise lines sail from Amsterdam?

  • Oceania Cruises
  • Scenic Luxury Cruises & Tours
  • Uniworld River Cruises
  • Viking Cruises
  • Travelmarvel
  • Windstar Cruises
  • Seabourn Cruise Line
  • Avalon Waterways
  • Tauck
  • Holland America Line

Our picks: Cruises from Amsterdam to Budapest

River cruises from Amsterdam to Budapest sail on the Rhine, Main and Danube rivers, and traverse through the Netherlands, Germany, Austria, Slovakia and Hungary. The journey comprises outstanding vistas of the picturesque countryside, medieval castles and bustling towns.


Our picks: Cruises from Amsterdam to Norway

Ocean cruises take the Viking route to Norway and offer wonderful views of Norway’s landscapes including fjords and high-rising cliffs.


Our picks: Cruises from Amsterdam to St Petersburg

The former imperial capital of Russia, St. Petersburg is packed with stunning historical architecture, iconic cathedrals, museums and shopping hubs. You have the option to take both one-way and round-trip ocean cruises from Amsterdam to St. Petersburg.


Our picks: Cruises from Amsterdam to Barcelona

Explore the colourful and sunny side of Europe on an ocean cruise to Barcelona. The itinerary usually includes stopovers in Bruges, Le Havre, Bordeaux and Lisbon.


Our picks: Cruises from Amsterdam to Basel

River cruises depart from Amsterdam and travel across Germany on the Rhine to reach Basel, Switzerland. The cruise passes through beautiful landscapes dotted with old fortresses, towns and villages.


Where do cruises depart from in Amsterdam?

Cruises from Amsterdam depart from two ports: Amsterdam Passenger Terminal and Felison Terminal.

While Amsterdam Passenger Terminal is located close to the city near the railway station, Felison Terminal is in the port city of IJmuiden which is 40km from Amsterdam.

To reach Amsterdam Passenger Terminal from Schiphol Airport by public transport, take the train from the airport to Centraal station. The train ride takes 15 minutes and is followed by a 15-minute walk to the terminal. Taxis from the airport take around 15-20 minutes, depending on the traffic.

There is no direct public transport from the airport to Felison Terminal. However, you can take a train from the airport to Amsterdam CBD then connect to a bus to the port.


Airport to cruise terminal transfers

Taxis, ubers and airport shuttles can save you time and hassle when making your way from the airport to the port. Private transfers can be booked through Viator starting from $23 per person.


Need to get to Amsterdam? Search for a flight

Need to book your flight? Search below for the best price for your desired dates.


Latest deals on Europe cruises

Deal

Up to $1,500 off 2022 Europe river cruises w/flexibilty

Expires 30 Sep 2021
Cruise to places including Vienna, Prague, Paris, Amsterdam and more. Available on cruises in 2022 with flexibility until 60 days prior to departure.
Deal

Up to $1,000 off per couple on 15-day Europe cruise + flights

Expires 31 Dec 2021
Available for departure on 2 November 2022. Package includes return flights departing from Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne, Sydney or Perth, onboard meals and more. T&Cs apply.
Deal

Up to $1,500 off Europe cruises

Expires 30 Sep 2021
Available on select voyages in 2022. Destinations include France, Prague, Amsterdam, Paris and more. T&Cs apply.

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