You want to Immerse in the culture of your destination, enjoy those one of a kind experiences, consume the local cuisine, and have exclusive luxury in an unhurried, relaxing, yet adventurous, setting.With exquisite cuisine and delicious cocktail drinks, and continuous scenic views available around-the-clock—it’s tempting to many to never leave the ship. But as much as you enjoy the impeccable service, we know that the main reason travelers choose a river cruise is because of the adventure—the amazing, breathtaking stops along the way. With that in mind, the countries you’ll explore on the Rhine are historic, romantic and truly awe-inspiring.For a vibrant, comprehensive guide to the Rhine River experience, click below.
Bonjour - The Seine River fits your style and personality - pack your bags!
Take in Paris on a guided tour, and a cruise along the romantic sights of the Seine. The Seine isn't only about Paris. From Paris to Rouen to the beaches of Normandy, you will immerse in the history, the culture and perhaps most importantly in the cuisine the French call "exquis."For a vibrant, comprehensive guide to The Seine, and learn which countries you can experience via the Seine, please click below.
Just imagine biking your way through a quaint village in Austria, Slovakia or Germany. Castles and cathedrals in Budapest take advantage of the hillsides - Don't just view them, hike or bike to them. Literally walk in the footsteps of world history.You want to Immerse in the culture of your destination, enjoy those one of a kind experiences, consume the local cuisine, and have exclusive luxury in an unhurried, relaxing, yet adventurous, setting. Click below for a vibrant, comprehensive guide, and see which four countries you can visit in 7 days via The Danube River.
Bonjour, Merci, Au revoir Welcome to the French Rhône River
With the beauty of legendary vineyards, and France's culinary capital of Lyon, on the Rhône river, you'll savor the beauty, taste, and romance that France is best known for. Enjoy local wines like Côtes du Rhône (one of my favorites) as you learn about the vintages and all things culinary.