CroisiEurope's 2016 Season Includes New Rhine, Moselle and Seine Itinerary

Castle on the Rhine // Photo by Freeimages.com/William Wilhelms
Castle on the Rhine // Photo by Freeimages.com/William Wilhelms

CroisiEurope has announced new barge and river cruise itineraries for its 2016 season, including a new sailing that combines the Rhine, Moselle and Seine rivers. 

Barge Cruises

Discover the Loire Canal: Travelers sail through the historic sites and beautiful natural landscapes of this region during this seven-day cruise. Prices for this cruise begin at $2,738 per person, double.

The Bastides and Villages of Southwestern France: On this seven-day cruise guests can discover the natural and historic heritage of Southwestern France while visiting the Pink City of Toulouse, the aqueducts in Cacor and Agen and Auvillar. Prices for this cruise begin at $2,611 per person, double.

Multi-River Itineraries

Cruise on Three Rivers, Rhine, Moselle and Seine: This never-before-offered itinerary sails along three rivers while visiting Honfleur, Paris, Trier, Mainz and more. Prices for this nine-day itinerary begin at $2,488 per person, double.

Northern Europe Cruises

Visiting the Great Cathedrals: Passengers on board this six-day cruise will experience some of Europe’s greatest religious monuments, many of which are UNESCO World Heritage Sites, in Strasbourg, Speyer, Mannheim, Worms, Mainz and Cologne. Prices for this itinerary begin at $1,461 per person, double.

From Berlin to Prague: This nine-day itinerary from Berlin to Prague aboard a paddlewheel river boat will include stops in Berlin, Nedlitz, Wusterwitz, Magdeburg, Lutherstadt Wittenberg – the birthplace of the Reformation, discovering the porcelain of Meissen, Dresden and Litomerice before arriving in Prague. Prices start at $3,087 per person double.

Berlin and its Multiple Facets: Guests on this cruise will visit the Cecilienhof Chateau, the gardens at the Sans-Souci Palace, the Documentation center on the Bernauerstrasse and Charlottenburg Chateau. Prices for this five-day itinerary start at $1,461 per person, double.

Central Europe Cruises

Budapest, the Pearl of the Danube and the Iron Gates Pass: During this eight-day cruise travelers visit the “Spa town of Hercules and Orsova”, a horse show in Puszta and a tour of Budapest at night. Prices for this cruise begin at $2,555 per person, double.

The Baroque and Picturesque Danube: Guests cruise through the three capitals of Vienna, Bratislava and Budapest on this seven-day itinerary. Prices for this cruise begin at $1,956 per person, double.

Coastal Cruises

Naples, the Amalfi Coast, Aeolian Islands, Sicily and Calabria: This new coastal cruise will introduce guests to the South of Italy. Prices for this eight-day cruise begin at $2,631 per person, double.

Early Booking Deal

Guests who book a 2016 river cruise departure by October 31, 2015, will get 10 percent off per person when using the code BOOK2016. This deal is non-retroactive and cannot be combined with any other existing offers.

All of CroisiEurope's cruises include onboard meals, unlimited complementary beverages, Wi-Fi and, beginning in 2016, excursions.

Visit www.croisieuroperivercruises.com

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