Mayflower Tours Announces River Cruise Savings of Up to $800 Per Couple

Mayflower Tours announces a limited time river cruise savings up to $800 per couple. Mayflower Tours added a second departure date of the Blue Danube Legendary River Cruise aboard the MS Amadeus Diamond, departing Sept. 23, 2012.

This seven-night cruise features views along the Danube River, with the exclusively chartered river ship MS Amadeus Diamond featuring bright and airy staterooms and 12 suites with French balconies featured on two decks—the Strauss and Mozart. Travelers will have the opportunity to visit four countries – Hungary, Slovakia, Austria and Germany – while cruising along the Danube River and Wachau Valley. Shore excursions are included, escorted by local, English-speaking guides, and feature the “Whispers” audio system to enhance the touring experience.

All meals are included onboard and feature local and international specialties. Dinners include four-courses and are served with complimentary regional wines. Nightly entertainment includes music and an onboard performance of a Hungarian Folklore Show.
Additionally, Mayflower Tours offers a Sept. 16, 2012 departure date of the Blue Danube Legendary River Cruise aboard the MS Swiss Diamond.

The $800 per couple savings may be redeemed on both the Sept.16 and Sept. 23, 2012 departure when reserved by May 15, 2012. Stateroom prices starting from $2,498 per person twin on the Sept.16 departure and from $2,298 per person twin on the Sept. 23 departure. Single travelers can take advantage of the guaranteed share program. Airfare rates and schedules are available from most cities to Budapest, Hungary and from Munich, Germany. Travelers in areas of Illinois, Wisconsin, Indiana and Michigan inquire about free home or local pickup.

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