Silversea Luxury Cruises À HAMBURG


A true city of water, effortlessly cool Hamburg is an outward-looking city, with a unique flow of its own. Nestled snugly between the Baltic and North seas, Germany's second-biggest city is intersected by a frayed network of rivers and canals, spanned by hundreds of pretty bridges. The comparisons are obvious - but Hamburg's reputation as the 'Venice of the North' is a little wide of the mark. View more

This quirky, heritage-filled city has a distinct character and open outlook all of its own, and continues to relish its role as Germany's gateway to the world. The water brought Hamburg its wealth, and vast redbrick warehouses stack up against the waterfront in the Speicherstadt district - now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. They linger from the era when the city was a Hanseatic League trading capital and the warehouses essentially formed a city unto themselves, with goods brought and exchanged from distant shores. Elsewhere, the Reeperbahn is a notorious and unabashed street of nocturnal mischief, with shifty neon-lit nightclubs, in amongst the city's famous red-light district. Hamburg has a much more wholesome side too, however, and is a powerhouse of museums, theatre and culture. It’s littered with over 100 music venues and the city played a crucial role in The Beatles’ early story. The spectacular Elbphilharmonie concert hall, with its wavy, surrealistic interior, is a work of art in and of itself. The city has been named a European Green Capital, and the vast Lake Alster adds to the airy, pleasant atmosphere, providing a spacious oasis of tranquillity. Planten un Blomen is another burst of zesty colour, where fountains fan out, and lilypads float on rhododendron-lined lakes.

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Excursions depuis HAMBURG

"Beatles, Beer and Bratwurst" & A Peep into Hamburg's Red-Light District

"I Want to Hold your Hand" and show you Hamburg. So "Come Together" and take a trip down memory lane as you spend "A Day in the Life" of the famous Beatles' Hamburg as they knew it back then.

During this tour you will follow the footsteps of The Beatles and discover where the band first became famous in the early 1960's.

Hamburg City Drive

Once you have boarded your coach "There's a Place" we want to show you before heading for the famous Reeperbahn which is Hamburg's most famous street and today one of the world's largest red-light districts.

With your "Ticket to Ride" you will follow on the trail of the 'Fab Four' passing by some of Hamburg's highlights including the Elbphilharmonie, Hamburg's new Concert Hall perched on a former warehouse, the Speicherstadt, Hamburg's century old UNESCO listed Warehousing Quarter, the town hall and the Alster Lakes, lending themselves to spectacular views of the city centre.

St Pauli, Reeperbahn

"It Won't be Long" before you arrive to St Pauli, the suburb and home to the Reeperbahn - today this street together with the "Grosse Freiheit" and "Herbert Strasse" are referred to as "the mile of sin" and are a well know attractions worldwide as it is here where The Beatles began their career here in 1962.

Your guide will take you on a 'Magical Mystery Tour' to discover where the band first found fame and you will have the opportunity to enjoy some tales about their early experiences. On the 18th August 1960, the band played their first concert as 'The Beatles' at the Indra Club in Hamburg which your guide will show you (outside only).

You will then pass by the Beatles square where the statues of the famous '5' Beatles are awaiting in pose for a picture with you.

Bratwurst and Beer

As it's been a "Hard Day's Night", you will have an opportunity to savour a typical German "Bratwurst" at an Imbiss (stand-up, take-away restaurant).

Before having to "Get Back" and having to say "Goodbye" and "Goodnight" it's time to enjoy a German beer at a local pub. The evening will end with a light quiz before returning you safely to the ship.

"Behind the Scenes" - Miniature Wonderland for Model Railway Lovers

See some of Hamburg's highlights, followed by a visit to Germany's top attraction, The Miniature Wonderland. There's only one way to describe Miniature Wonderland: the biggest model railway in the world.

Hamburg City Drive

This tour starts off with a panoramic drive of Hamburg, during which you'll see some of the city's most important sites including Germany's oldest stock exchange and St Nicolai Church which was once the world's tallest building and today is a war memorial.

A photo stop will be made at the impressive Neo Renaissance Rathaus, which is today the seat of the Government of Hamburg, boasting 647 rooms. From here, you will drive through Hamburg's most famous street, the Reeperbahn, today one of the world's largest red-light districts and home to yet another architectural marvel, the Dancing Towers.

Enjoy a brief photo stop at St Michael's Church, before continuing past another cultural and urban landmark, the Elbphilharmonie, home to Hamburg's spectacular new Concert Hall.

Miniature Wonderland Behind the Scene Tour

The highlight of your tour will be a visit to Miniature Wonderland, the world's largest model railway collection and a true work of art. You will feel the passion of the model builders as you take a journey through different countries and continents, through realistic miniature landscapes and a world of fantasy.

Part of this visit will be conducted by an in-house guide who will take you behind the scenes, explaining the concept of model building, development and technology. This is a unique opportunity to see the "engine room" of a fascinating exhibition and Germany's top tourist attraction.

Continue your journey through different countries and continents, through realistic miniature landscapes and a world of fantasy.

The fully digitally controlled HO scale (1:87) layout has the latest equipment to control the trains and lights. Expanding on a daily basis, you'll find around 1,000 engines hauling over 15,000 different carriages controlled by nearly 60 computers, on more than 15,000 meters of track. Here you will see over 230,000 lovingly staged figures, cars and ships - even airplanes taking off and landing at Knuffingen Airport every minute.

It's a breathtaking microcosm unmatched anywhere in this world. Since its opening in 2000, Miniature Wonderland has become a 'must see' for locals and visitors to the city; you can witness how a whole day is simulated in 15 minutes - from dawn to dusk. Marveling at the detailed layout and master engineering, it isn't difficult to understand why the adults, rather than children, don't want to leave the exhibition!

Berlin in a Day by Train

Train Ride to Berlin

Meet your local escort who will accompany you on your short coach transfer to Hamburg's train station and during the train ride to Berlin, a journey that lasts approx. 2 hours.

During your journey to Berlin your escort will be at your assistance providing you with general information.

Berlin sightseeing: Berlin Wall, Checkpoint Charlie, Bebel Platz

Upon arrival in Berlin you will meet your Berlin tour guide and one of the first photo stops will be at original remnants of the Berlin Wall (1). In the early 1960's with the approval of the Warsaw Pact, East German soldiers occupied the Soviet sector of Berlin and started sealing it off from the west. After being a barrier that divided the city and its people for almost 30 years, the wall was finally opened in 1989.

Another photo stop will be made at Checkpoint Charlie (2), possibly the world's best-known Allied Checkpoint for Allied military, foreigners and diplomats on foot or by car. Then drive to Bebel Platz (3). It was here, where in 1933 the Nazis ordered the book burning of hundreds of free authors, publishers, philosophers and scientists. Here a symbolic underground library is left empty with the space for 20.000 books that were estimated to have gone up in flames. You will have the opportunity to step out of the coach for a photo stop.

Potsdamer Platz, Holocaust Monument, Brandenburg Gate, Reichstag

You will also pass by the Potsdamer Platz (4), formerly a no man's land between East and West where the first gap in the Berlin Wall was made in 1989. Today a pristine block of futuristic glass-and-steel skyscrapers includes the headquarters of Sony Europe and Europe's first traffic light built in 1924. A few blocks away from here and close to the site where Hitler's bunker was hidden, a somber memorial commemorates the Jews who perished in Europe during the Second World War.

At the Holocaust Memorial (5), only opened in 2005, you will have the opportunity for a photo stop before making your way over to the famous Brandenburg Gate (6) that more than any symbolizes Berlin's history. Close by you will have the opportunity to see the Reichstag (7) building which is Germany's seat of Parliament and today well known for having the world's largest glass dome, designed by the famous architect, Sir Norman Foster.

Charlottenburg Palace

Those with a fondness for Prussian history will enjoy the outside visit to the Charlottenburg Palace (8) - here you will have a few moments for a photo stop of the oldest surviving Prussian palace that reflects the former splendor and grandeur of the Hohenzollern dynasty.

West Berlin, Kurfuerstendamm, Berlin's Hauptbahnhof

A drive into the former western part of Berlin, will take you along the Kurfuerstendamm (Ku-Damm), which is also West Berlin's most famous street. Here you will pass by the Emperor William Memorial Church (9) (also known as the 'hollow-tooth'), which has since the 2nd World War, served as a stark reminder of the damage done by the war. Close by you will pass by the largest department store on the continent of Europe, KaDeWe. This shopping paradise is a legend and had its 100th birthday in 2007.

A short drive will get you to Berlin's Hauptbahnhof (Main Train Station) (10), which was opened early in 2006. With more than 80 shops that are all open 7 days a week, the building has been dubbed an architectural and logistical wonder, with trains arriving and departing in all directions every 90 seconds.

Free Time for Shopping

Depending on the order of the tour passengers will have the opportunity to either spend time shopping at KaDeWe, Friedrichstrasse, Brandenburg Gate area or Berlin's main train station.

This tour is a compilation of the best sightseeing attractions Berlin has to offer and is designed to offer guests a relaxed day in Berlin taking in the top sights before leaving Germany.

German Lunch

Enjoy a typical German lunch in a local Berlin pub-style restaurant before you continue your exploration of Berlin, covering sights that you have not seen in the morning.

Start your return journey to Hamburg by train in the late afternoon.

Drive in a Hot Rod "Racing" Car & Visit a Porsche Prototypes Private Collection

This tour includes a Hamburg's highlights drive, a visit to the unique Prototype Museum, one of Hamburg's main attractions and an old-timer's delight.

Hamburg Scenic Drive

Embark on a panoramic drive of Hamburg, during which you will see some of the city's most important sites including Germany's oldest stock exchange and St Nicolai Church.

Pass by the impressive Neo Renaissance Rathaus, which is today the seat of the Government of Hamburg. Afterwards, continue driving through Hamburg's most famous street, the Reeperbahn, today one of the world's largest red light districts and home to yet another architectural marvel, the Dancing Towers.

You will also get to see the St Michael's Church, northern Germany's largest Baroque church, before continuing past another cultural and urban landmark, the Elbphilharmonie, Hamburg's spectacular Concert Hall.

Prototype Museum

The German automobile industry can be considered as among the most competitive and innovative in the world. German-designed cars have won numerous awards, with the Volkswagen Beetle and Porsche 911 taking 4th and 5th places in the Car of the Century award.

The Prototype Museum in Hamburg displays rare German sports and racing cars over the last 70 years. You will not get any closer to automotive icons of motorsport, than at the Prototype Museum, through experience-oriented, interactive and multimedia exhibitions. Admire hand-made cars of the early post-war period and prototypes of modern Formula 1 cars.

An in-house guide will steer you through the exhibition after which you will have some free time to browse on your own.

Hot Rod "Racing" Car

Drive through Hamburg in a Hot Rod "Racing" Car, led by a team leader who will coordinate the route. In the 1940s, these cars gave soldiers returning from World War II and young people from well-heeled families, a cost-effective way to taste the thrill of high-speed racing. This made the first hot rods the forerunners of drag racing. Today, hot rodding is a kind of automotive subculture that has left the 1950s' lifestyle far behind. However, yesterday's rebellious image still clings to the hot rodders of today.

Return to the quayside with fond memories of this unique experience.

Hamburg and Private Organ Recital

This trip presents an ideal insight into Hamburg, the Free and Hanseatic City and Germany's second largest city after Berlin. Hamburg is one of Europe's biggest ports. Elegant and cosmopolitan it is a city of palatial office buildings, magnificent promenades, international musicals and extravagant shopping malls as well as the famous Reeperbahn. Hamburg is also Germany's greenest city with many spacious lawns and lovely parks.

St Michael's Church

During your panoramic tour, stop for a visit to St Michael's Church, also known as the "Michel" by the locals. This is the largest Baroque church in Northern Germany and Hamburg's main landmark. Follow your guide who will share interesting information during this inside visit into this significant church.

Hamburg Panoramic Drive

Your panorama drive will also include passing by the City Hall, Germany's oldest Stock Exchange, the Speicherstadt that is also listed as a UNESCO world Heritage site as well as the Jungfernstieg, one of the elegant and upmarket shopping streets. Drive past the Alster lakes, one of the top addresses in Hamburg as well as the St Pauli Landungsbrücken, where old sailing vessels used to dock, before you continue along the famous "Reeperbahn". At the beginning of the 17th century, this was the place where the "Reepers" made rigs. Today this street, together with the Grosse Freiheit and Herbert Strasse are referred to as "the mile of sin" and is a well-known red-light and entertainment attraction worldwide.

Private Organ Concert

Conclude your sightseeing experience at the St Jacobi Church, where you will be treated to a private Organ Concert played on the Arp Schnitger Organ, built and named after one of the most famous organ builder in Germany, Arp Schnitger, back in 16th century. You will even have the opportunity to a unique hands-on experience assisting the Organist on this mechanic organ.

Return back to your ship with some wonderful memories of Hamburg.

Hamburg by Land & Lake

This tour will acquaint you with the Hanseatic city of Hamburg from the land side as well as from the water side.

Hamburg by Coach

Travel towards the city centre by coach and enjoy a brief panoramic tour. Pass by the City Hall, Germany's oldest Stock Exchange, the Speicherstadt (UNESCO Warehouse Quarter), the Jungfernstieg, one of the most elegant and luxurious shopping areas in the city. Continue along the world-famous Reeperbahn, this street, together with the Grosse Freiheit and Herbert Strasse, are referred to as 'the mile of sin'.

St Michael's Church

Stop for a visit to St Michael's Church, the largest Baroque church in northern Germany. St Michael's has five organs, one of which was said to be the largest in the world until the end of WWII.

Hamburg by Boat

Continue your tour towards the Alster lake, where you will join an exclusive Alster Cruise boat for a relaxing cruise on Hamburg´s waterways. Commence a voyage on Inner and Outer Alster lakes and pass exclusive residential areas of the city, while your guide presents interesting and fascinating stories about Hamburg. Learn about the city of Hamburg, both its modern economics and ancient seafarer traditions.

In Memory of Anne Frank – Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp

Start the tour with a brief panoramic overview of Hamburg, before heading to Bergen-Belsen, the concentration camp where Anne Frank and her sister Margot were interned and died.

Memorial Centre Bergen-Belsen

Near the small towns of Bergen and Belsen, you will reach the Memorial Centre Bergen-Belsen which is located on the historic premises of the former concentration camp and surrounded by army training grounds.

At first the countryside appears peaceful and quiet with very few locals living close by. This is what led the Nazi Regime of Germany to build a camp for French and Russian POW's next to an army training complex. Conditions in the camp were so bad that inmates struggled for survival and many died of diseases.

Guided Walking Tour of the Bergen-Belsen Camp

From the time Bergen-Belsen Camp was taken over by the SS until its liberation by British forces in early 1945, over 70,000 POW's, Jews and other "political enemies" of the regime died in this camp, mostly due to the hard-living conditions, lack of food, diseases and at the hand of the guards. Despite Bergen-Belsen not having been a termination camp like Auschwitz, the number of victims of the atrocities is staggering and among them the deported German-Dutch Jews Anne and Margot Frank died in this camp shortly before the camp was liberated by the Allied forces.

Your tour will include a guided walk of the premises including the Obelisk and Wall of Names, the Room of Silence and the symbolic graves of Anne and Margot Frank.

Free Time to explore

Step into the Information Center, where your guide will conduct a brief orientation, afterwards spend the remainder of the time exploring the center at your own esteem.

Your visit to this very well-presented exhibition in the Information Centre includes a presentation of hundreds of artifacts recovered from the grounds belonging to former prisoners. Permanent audio-visual interviews of former camp inmates can be heard, including sequential photos covering the history of the POW camp. You will also be able to follow the development of the camp by Royal Air Force aerial photography and learn about the victims and the perpetrators' fates.

Lübeck – UNESCO World Heritage Site

Once known as the "Queen of the Hanseatic League", the Free Imperial and Hanseatic City of Luebeck is steeped in history and tradition. Luebeck is a city, which is simply beautiful. The old town on its oval island is one of the most impressive intact examples of medieval Gothic architecture. Luebeck's proud old patrician houses and redbrick churches are now included on the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage list.

Drive approx. 75 minutes to Luebeck along one of Hamburg's popular Autobahn.

Lübeck Walking Tour, St Mary's Church, Town Hall

On arrival in this beautiful old island town, surrounded by the river Trave and a channel, proceed on a historical walk of the Old City. Enjoy the medieval ambiance of the "Altstadt" (old city) with its well-known Holsten Gate, the landmark of Luebeck and one of the few relics of the city fortress. Pass by the majestic St. Marien Church, which represents an example for many redbrick churches along the Baltic Sea and admire the Gothic "Rathaus" (city hall) known to be one of the oldest in Germany. During your walk you will notice that the redbrick Gothic architecture still dominates the old town today, one is one of the first old age homes in Germany, the "Heiligen-Geist-Hospital" which you will visit inside.

Hanseatic Alleyways

Another attraction that your guide will explore with you, is one or two of the most impressive of the 82 "Wohngaenge" (Alleyways). Similar to other big cities in the late Middle Ages, Luebeck had its share of day-laborer who mostly lived in small houses, usually called "Buden" (huts), which were crowded together on corner lots, behind town houses or in the yards surrounded by residential blocks. The inconspicuously located living areas were called "Gaenge" (passageways). The merchants, the middle class and the church were quick to realize the fountain of wealth that a house with a built-up yard represented and unavoidable trade with the tiny residential passageways with exorbitant rents took on astonishing forms. It was left up to the landlord just how many families he would squeeze into the tiny flats, and how many Buden he would have built behind his house. In the 15th Century, the general population grew and the number of residents in Luebeck increased by about a quarter, which lead to the construction of more passage quarters. There were more than 180 passageways in Luebeck at the close of the 17th century.

Traditional German Pub Lunch and Free Time

After the city walk, enjoy a tasty traditional German lunch in one of Luebeck' s lovely restaurants, followed by some time at leisure during which you may explore Luebeck on your own.

Niederegger Marzipan

What would a visit to Luebeck be, without having tasted some famous Luebeck Marzipan ?

After your time at leisure meet your guide again and visit the Niederegger Café, an institution in Luebeck and famous for its delicious marzipan. Enjoy a cup of coffee or tea along with a piece of Niedereggers celebrated marzipan-nut gateaux.

After this treat, you may wish to get some marzipan souvenirs from the "Marzipan Palace", Niederegger's shop, filled with beautiful Marzipan presents and chocolates to the top.

Return to Hamburg in the late afternoon.

Medieval Luneburg

Enjoy a brief orientation drive of Hamburg before transferring to Lueneburg, a medieval town, situated on the river Ilmenau and certainly, a secret treasure south of Hamburg.

Situated in the middle of Northeast Lower Saxony, approximately 50 kilometres south of Hamburg, Lueneburg has about 70,000 residents. The city, rich in tradition, has an over 1,000-year old history, which is closely connected with salt, the "white gold" of the Middle Ages. The salt mines made Lueneburg a rich and powerful town and an important member of the Hanseatic League.

Luneburg Walking Tour

To learn more and to appreciate the beauty of this medieval city, your guide will take you on an orientation tour of the "Old Town" on foot. The many important historical buildings, with well preserved brick patrician houses, built in the north Gothic style, testify the prosperity of the city in the Middle Ages. Even today, salt plays an important role in Lueneburg's status as a spa town, many illnesses are treated through salt and water therapies.

Walk through small cobbled streets and alleyway and view the historical town hall "Rathaus", dating back to 1297. Admire fascinating buildings and merchant houses, steeped in cultural history such as the St Nicolas' Church, built in the 15th century, the wooden mill and Lueneburg's landmark, the Old Crane.

Free Time

During your time at leisure, you may spend exploring the medieval, quaint town centre with its numerous pretty medieval houses & quaint shops on your own, before you return to Hamburg with fond memories of this insider tip, Lueneburg.

Scenic Hamburg via Bicycle

Discover the scenic beauty and landmarks of Hamburg in a healthy new way during this invigorating, half-day sightseeing excursion via bicycle.

Hamburg, Guided Bicycle Tour, Warehouse District

Meet your guide at the pier, receive your safety and bicycling instructions, bicycle, helmet and bottled water, then begin your guided, approximately five-mile-6.2-mile (about eight-kilometre-10-kilometre) bicycle tour of Hamburg. Along the way, cycle along the Warehouse District, an UNESCO World Heritage Site and the largest connecting warehouse district in the world.

Elbphilharmonie Concert Hall, Grand House, City Centre, Alster and Outer Alster Lakes

After a brief stop at the new concert hall, Elbphilharmonie, ride past the grand houses of Hamburg's traders, then continue on to the lovely city centre of Hamburg. Cycle along the Outer Alster Lake, which is one of the main landmarks of Hamburg. Admire the beautiful views of the noble residential districts, city's unique skyline and natural splendour, and stop for coffee and pastries at Alster Lake.

Jungfernstieg Blvd., St. Michael's Church, Old Town of Hamburg

Next, ride along Jungfernstieg Blvd. en route to Hamburg's impressive, neo-Renaissance-style Town Hall, which houses the government of the federal city-state. After a photo stop here, ride past St Michael's Church before heading back to the pier via the Old Town of Hamburg.

Please note: This tour involves an extensive amount of bicycling for approximately five miles-6.2 miles (about eight kilometres-10 kilometres), at times over uneven, unpaved, natural and cobblestone surfaces, off-road trails, and hills and inclines. This tour is recommended for guests who are in good physical condition, and able to ride an adult-sized bicycle. This tour is not suitable for pregnant guests, guest with neck and/or back problems, guests with heart and/or respiratory conditions, guests prone to motion sickness, guests with limited mobility, and guests who utilise a wheelchair. Guests are advised to wear lightweight, comfortable sportswear with flat, closed-toe sport shoes, and bring sun protection, raingear, a towel and change of clothing from the ship. Guests must be at least 12 years old to participate on this tour. Guests must be at least 5'3" (about 1.6 metres) to participate on this tour. Guests weighing more than 242 pounds (about 142 kilograms) may not participate on this tour. Guests are advised to bring small change in Euro coins, as some shops do not accept foreign currencies nor credit cards for small purchases. Guests may have to pay for public restroom facilities, usually up to one Euro per-person. Shops are closed on Sundays and bank holidays; only a few souvenir shops may be open during your bicycle tour. Safety equipment is provided, and must be worn at all times whilst bicycling. Guests should be aware of local traffic rules. A signed waiver is required to participate on this tour. This tour operates in all weather conditions; guests should be prepared for the possibility of rain. The tour sequence may vary. Space on this tour is extremely limited; we suggest you book well in advance to avoid disappointment.

Villas, Views & Private Home Visit

You will start out in your private touring coach and your first impressions will be of the popular sights of the city centre of Hamburg, before continuing to the wonderful western suburbs for a Champagne reception at one of the city's lovely private homes.

Hamburg City Drive

Hamburg is full of flair and maritime charm and the main highlights you will pass by include the neo-renaissance city hall, Germany's oldest Stock Exchange dating back to the 16th century, the "Speicherstadt", which is a century old warehouse quarter and UNESCO sight and one of the oldest in the world. Continue the tour to "Jungfernstieg" one of the elegant and luxury shopping areas, the "Aussen-Alster", one of the top addresses in Hamburg with numerous consulates and renowned business, "St. Pauli Landungsbruecken", where the old sailing vessels used to dock, the "Reeperbahn", referred to as "the mile of sin" and "St. Michaelis" church, Hamburg's main landmark.

Private Home

Once you arrive in the western suburbs, your guide will point out old villas and mansions that are speckled throughout, many belonging to Hamburg's wealthiest citizens. Driving through unassuming little shopping streets, you will see where the rich and famous shop and go about their daily chores, when off the beaten track. Here, directly in the back yard of Hamburg's high society, you will stop for Champagne at a local private home - your host will be delighted to answer questions you may have and share insight on live in Hamburg.


After in this local impression, your guide will accompany those of you who are feeling fit enough to take on some of the alleyways of the "Treppenviertel" (staircase suburb) which criss-crosses the mountain side, past former fisherman and ship captain's homes to gain a lovely view onto the River Elbe. It is hard to imagine that Blankenese was once a poor little fisherman's village as here you are also able to admire old, lovingly restored villas and mansions of all proportions, ranging from one of the suburbs smallest homes of 236 square feet to some of the largest which are way over 10000 square feet and costing 10's of Euro millions.

Elbchaussee boulevard

With an abundance of impressions return to the ship via a drive along the picturesque Elbchaussee boulevard, which again, also passes villas and mansions that are hidden amongst vast gardens and beautiful parks. Some of your last impressions will be glimpses of Hamburg port, 2nd largest in Europe, Rotterdam being the largest.

Hôtels depuis HAMBURG

An Introduction to Silversea Cruises

The romance of the seas, small ship sizes and intimate atmosphere, Silversea has long been a leader in the ultra-luxury market. Travelling to both iconic and secluded ports, Silversea’s award-winning itineraries inspire wanderlust and exploration. With over 900 destinations, longer port stays and more late-night departures than ever before, even the savviest traveler will find something new. A butler for every suite, a complimentary in-suite bar stocked with your preferences, all-inclusive exquisite dining, award-winning onboard entertainment and an unparalleled space to guest ratio all contribute to the Silversea experience. Not forgetting our famed Italian hospitality, where new faces become old friends. Bienvenuti a bordo.