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11
Aug

It seems like only yesterday that Emerald Waterways was born, so we can hardly believe that this month marks our third birthday. 

11
Aug

One of the oldest cities in Europe, Porto’s unique food scene has evolved over a couple of Millennia, drawing upon time-honoured techniques and distinct flavours beloved by the locals. Porto’s position between the sea and lush agricultural land provides the city with an abundance of fresh fish, meat, vegetables and fruit – giving the resident chefs plenty of delicious produce to create delightful dishes.  

10
Aug

After a day spent exploring one of Europe’s picturesque riverside towns and cities, you’ll want to indulge in a little “me time”. Our award-winning Star-Ships offer wellness and health facilities to help you do just that.

02
Aug

Decades of communism did little for culinary evolution in Eastern Europe, where food was mainly viewed as necessary fuel rather than an experience to be savoured.

29
Jul

The banks of the powerful Rhine river are dotted with medieval fortresses, castles and palaces – many of which have stood the test of time, and offer an insight into German life from centuries past. This amazing and unique stretch of water offers countless awe-inspiring backdrops and wondrous sights for passengers enjoying a Rhine river cruise. 

04
Jul

Julie Peasgood tells us about her birthday experience onboard with Emerald Waterways.

29
Jun

Cézanne, Picasso, Van Gogh, Matisse, Renoir and many more drew on the rich golden light and dramatic shadows of what Cézanne called his "promised land" as influences for their work. 

12
May

The Provence region of south-eastern France, on the banks of the Mediterranean Sea, remains distinct from the nation it has been a part of for half a millennium. With their own cultural and linguistic identity, the Provençal people are hugely proud of the region and their heritage. 

09
May

Locally known as Oporto (translating to The Port in the native tongue); Portugal’s second city was the birthplace of the nation, growing from a tiny settlement around the water mouth. First settled by the Celtics around 300BC, Porto remains one of Europe’s oldest cities – with the historic centre recognised as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1996.

09
May

Upon arriving in a new destination, there are very few first-day activities which are more satisfying than putting foot to cobble and exploring the streets, experiencing the culture and meeting the locals. Charming, criss-crossing streets provide the very backbone for some of Europe’s most beautiful cities and towns, exuding the character and joie de vivre upon which the settlements have been laid. 

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