CroisiEurope Adds New Douro Ship, Adriatic Cruise for 2019

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CroisiEurope River Cruises has has a number of new updates on tap for 2019. In addition to a new ship joining the fleet on the Douro River, the river cruise line will be launching a cruise along the Adriatic on the MS Belle de l’Adriatique.

Prices for this eight-day cruise start at $2,518 per person with cabins on select February and March 2019 departure dates still available.

Destinations include Croatia, Greece, Albania and Montenegro. Features of the program include:

  • Excursions in Albania to sites such as Apollonia, the country's largest archaeological site; the ancient ruins of Butrint; and city tours of Albania's capital city, Tirana, and the old town in Gjirokastër, one of three UNESCO World Heritage Sites in the country;
  • See the island of Corfu, Ulysse's last stop, and then return to Ithaca, and the island's palace, Achilleion, which was built by Empress Sissi;
  • Explore Montenegro and the ancient city of Bar with its stronghold towers, city gates, gun powder room, Prince's Palace, and Bishop's Palace.
  • CroisiEurope has itineraries on river, canal and coast, new theme cruises, new destinations for biking and hiking and a new premium rates ship on the Douro.

In 2019 CroisiEurope will operate cruises on the Seine, Garonne & Dordogne, Rhone, Loire, Guadiana & Guadalquivir, Po, Douro, Rhine & Danube, Elbe, Mekong and Lake Kariba in Southern Africa, as well as on the Adriatic and Mediterranean seas and on the French canals. CroisiEurope's complete 2019 cruise schedule is available on its website.

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