Scenic Adds New European River Cruises for 2016 Season

Scenic Luxury Cruises & Tours just released their 2016 itineraries, featuring new European trips. Starting next season, travelers can choose among a selection of river cruises, including Iconic Danube, Christmas Markets with Paris and Prague, Gems of the Seine and Breathtaking Bordeaux and more. 

Departing from Munich, Germany, the Iconic Danube itinerary sails to historic destinations like Passau, Salzburg and Vienna. During their vacation, guests will indulge in private champagne tastings, classical concerts, historic tours and more. Early booking rates for this eight-day trip begin at $3,245 per person for a double guestroom, with free airfare offered to U.S. customers. 

Guests on board the 21-day Christmas Markets with Paris and Prague cruise will discover cross-cultural holiday events, festive markets and more. Beginning at the Marriott Opera Ambassador in Paris, guests will tour the Louvre and Eiffel Tower and eat at the world-famous Lido restaurant. The trip continues to Wurzburg, Freudenberg and Nuremberg, where guests will explore famous WWII heritage sites and celebrate Oktoberfest. Guests will end their vacation in Prague, where they will enjoy traditional Czech meals and tour the Communist-era city. Rates begin at $8,410, with free airfare available on all suite categories. 

Scenic is also offering the Gems of the Seine and Breathtaking Bordeaux tour next season, which features trips to Lyons-la-Floret, Honfleur, Claude Monet’s house and gardens, the Palace of Versailles, vineyard tours and more. Rates begin at $10,700 per person. 

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