An allluring 8 day river cruise through Germany – – MS Frederich Chopin – 12 Aug 2017 – 19 Aug 2017 – departs London Heathrow Airport

MS Frederich Chopin

Germany’s Oder River with Poland Cruise with Titan River Cruises


Departs: London Heathrow Airport on 12 Aug 2017 – 19 Aug 2017
Days: 8

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Bask in the delights of picturesque northern Germany on this fascinating seven-night cruise along the Oder River. Enjoy historic cities, diverse landscapes and nature reserves as we weave our way through Germany, from Potsdam to Stralsund, visiting the Polish city of Szczecin en route. As we reach the Baltic Sea, the Oder empties into the Gulf of Pomerania, where the holiday islands of Usedom, Rügen and Hiddensee add a seaside resort conclusion to this lovely cruise…. . . .. …

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PRICES FROM:Prices from: £1,849 per person



  • Including…

    • 7 nights cruise on MS Frederic Chopin
    • 20 meals: 7 breakfasts (days 2-8) 6 lunches (days 2-7) 7 dinners (days 1-7)
    • Coffee and tea with meals

    Included excursions and visits: 5

    • Guided city tour of Potsdam
    • Chorin Abbey and Niederfinow boat lift
    • Guided city tour of Szczecin
    • Guided tour of Stralsund
    • Excursion to the chalk cliffs of Jasmund National Park on Rügen

    Plus all these benefits:

    • Titan’s VIP Home Departure Service®
    • Free connecting flights from regional airports
    • Check-in service by Titan staff with porterage
    • Services of an experienced Titan tour manager
    • Scheduled British Airways direct flights
    • Best available coaches with experienced drivers
    • Porterage (one bag per person)
    • Airport taxes, security charges and fuel surcharges
    • Port Taxes
    • UK Air Passenger Duty (APD)

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Germany’s Oder River with Poland

Germany Oder River with Poland

Day 1 London – Berlin – Potsdam – Lehintz

VIP Outbound1Titan’s VIP door-to-door travel service collects you from home, for your journey to London Heathrow Airport and a direct, scheduled British Airways flight to Berlin. On arrival, we travel to Potsdam for a guided tour of the city including the charming gabled houses of the Dutch Quarter, a visit to the Russian Colony Alexandrowka, a tour of the park at Cecilienhof Palace and a walk in the magnificent grounds of Sanssouci Palace, commissioned by Frederick the Great to make use of the exceptional views. We transfer to the port and embark MS Frederic Chopin (3T+) with time to settle in before dinner. We sail this evening to Lehintz, where we dock overnight.

Day 2 Lehintz – Eberswalde – Oderberg

Enjoy a leisurely morning as our cruise resumes, arriving in Eberswalde at lunchtime. We disembark to take an excursion to Chorin Abbey, an idyllic ruined Cistercian monastery that is still considered one of the finest examples of brick Gothic in Germany. This is followed by a visit to the oldest functioning ship canal lift in Germany, in Niederfinow, a technical masterpiece that elevates vessels 36 metres to continue the journey. Meanwhile the ship has sailed to Oderberg where we re-embark. We stop in Oderberg overnight.

Day 3 Szczecin

After cruising through splendid landscapes, we arrive in Szczecin at noon. This afternoon we have a coach tour of the city, which takes us to the restored Gothic Town Hall, St James Cathedral, the city’s largest Gothic church, and the lovingly reconstructed Szczecin Castle. The remains of the former defensive walls bore witness to the city’s turbulent history. The Seven Coat Tower and the richly-decorated Berlin Gate are most impressive. We remain in Szczecin overnight.

Day 4 Szczecin – Swinoujscie – Wolgast

After breakfast you will have the opportunity to join an optional tour around Wollin Island. The north-western part of the island was declared a national park because of its inimitable flora and fauna; and you will visit the traditional coastal resorts of Misdroy and Kamien Pomorski, where you may enjoy a short organ recital in the Cathedral. After cruising across the Oder Lagoon we reach the river Peene and overnight at Wolgast.

Day 5 Wolgast – Peenemünde (Usedom) – Greifswald

After breakfast we have an optional coach tour of Usedom’s coastal resorts. Both the affluent bourgeoisie and the nobility enjoyed life in Ahlbeck, with its distinctive turreted pier, and Heringsdorf, which has the longest pier on the Baltic Sea. We re-embark in Peenemünde and the ship then cruises to the picturesque Hanseatic town of Greifswald. You might like to join an optional guided walk of Greifswald to view its attractive brick buildings and impressive gables. We overnight here.

Day 6 Greifswald – Lauterbach (Rügen) – Stralsund

After our early departure and a relaxed breakfast, there is another optional excursion to the coastal resorts of the island of Rügen. Binz, Sellin and Göhren make up the collection of ‘large’ Baltic Sea resorts on Rügen. Walking along the promenade, you will be transported to another era, with impressive 19th century nautical architecture and little seafront villas. In the early afternoon the ship sets sail to the eye-catching Hanseatic city of Stralsund. Explore this UNESCO World Heritage Site by joining an included early-evening guided walk. We remain at Stralsund overnight.

Day 7 Vitte (Hiddensee) – Stralsund

This morning we move on to Vitte – the main town on the island of Hiddensee. The 11-mile long island is completely car-free and we recommend taking an optional ride around it in a horse-drawn carriage, to appreciate the varied landscapes and rugged, unmistakeable beauty. Leaving Hiddensee, we return to Stralsund which is our departure point for an included excursion to the famous 120m-tall chalk cliffs in the Jasmund National Park on Rügen, that have inspired numerous painters. We stay in Stralsund again tonight.

Day 8 Stralsund – Berlin – London

VIP InboundDisembark MS Frederic Chopin and transfer to Berlin Airport for a direct, scheduled British Airways flight to London Heathrow. On arrival you will be met and guided to your Titan vehicle, for the journey home.


There are 42 passenger cabins on board MS Frédéric Chopin, which gives the ship a total passenger capacity of 80 persons. This ship features a beautiful main lounge with bar, as well as a beauty salon, dining restaurant, library, and spacious sundeck. The ship’s many windows allow passengers to enjoy spectacular views from virtually anywhere onboard.

Meals are taken in the Frederic Chopin’s single sitting Panorama restaurant on the vessel’s Main Deck. The restaurant seats all passengers in an open seat arrangement and food reflects the flavours of the region, with speciality dishes being served and the onboard team taking great pride in producing flavourful dishes. Mornings feature a full buffet breakfast whilst lunches are part served and part buffet and dinners are served and will likely include a choice of fresh fish and meats. Vegetarian dishes are of course available and special dietary needs can be met with advance notice. Complimentary wine, beers and soft drinks are included at lunch and dinner and afternoon tea is served daily.

Cabins Available

Your Cabin


The comfortable cabins measure approximately 12 square metres (the two deluxe cabins are larger and measure 13 square metres) and the single cabins measure approximately 9 square metres. All cabins feature an en-suite bathroom with shower, air conditioning, television, telephone, hairdryer, minibar and a safe. Cabins on the Upper Deck are equipped with large floor to ceiling panorama windows that open on to a French balcony, whereas cabins on the Main Deck have windows that cannot be opened. Double/Twin bedded cabins are either furnished with a double bed with two mattresses, or with one sofa bed and one separate fixed single bed, so twin and/or double cabin requests can be accommodated subject to availability. Deluxe cabin 201 is equipped with one sofa bed and a fixed, single bed, whereas deluxe cabin 202 is equipped with a double bed with two mattresses. All single cabins are equipped with one fixed sofa bed.


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