Save On Your Next River Cruise

Save On Your Next River Cruise

Scenic⁰ Fly Free To Europe

– Save up to $3,720 per couple when you book a private balcony suite by August 31, 2015 (or until sold out). Offer valid for South of France, Enchanting Rhone, Unforgettable Douro, and any 14+ day cruise
– Save up to $3,720 per couple when you book a standard suite (category D/E) by August 31, 2015

With Scenic⁰ all inclusive luxury – from your airport transfers and gratuities on board and on shore, your choice of excursions, bottled water on shore, all drinks on board and your mini-bar – you won’t have to worry about money at all.

Uniworld Journeys for Solo Travelers – no single supplement on select 2015 and 2016 itineraries

Virtuoso and Departure Lounge welcome new member Uniworld, a pioneer in river cruising!

If you’ve been pondering options for exploring the world on your own, there’s no better choice than a luxurious and all-inclusive Uniworld boutique river cruise. The meticulously planned itineraries are ideally suited for solo travelers, with open seating at every meal, small group excursions, and kindred spirits who share your cultural curiosity and passion for fresh destinations. Savvy solo travelers and first-timers alike find the warm and welcoming atmosphere onboard makes for a safe, convenient, and truly rewarding travel experience.

Freedom and flexibility are just two of the many advantages of traveling solo. Uniworld has waived the single supplement fee on a generous number of itineraries and departures in 2015 and 2016.

AmaWaterways Wine Cruises – Save up to $1,500 per stateroom on select sailings

AmaWaterways wine cruises showcase the acclaimed wine regions along Europe’s Danube, Douro, Mosel, Rhine, Rhone and Seine Rivers. These unique sailings are hosted by top wine experts and feature complimentary lectures, wine tastings, exquisite cuisine with paired wines, and excursions to historic vineyards and wine cellars. Other highlights include: music and newly pressed wine at a rustic Austrian tavern; Alsatian wines in Colmar, the French “Capital of Alsatian Wine”; and a German “Oktoberfest” in the village of Vilshofen, held year-round exclusively for AmaWaterways guests.

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