Explore Europe With New Europe's Finest Portfolio

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Insight Vacations, Luxury Gold and Uniworld Boutique River Cruise Collection have announced the newest itineraries that have been added to the Europe’s Finest collection for 2017. Since 2016, the three independent tour operators have been partnering together to offer a unique portfolio, and in turn a wider variety, of European land and sea vacations to travelers.

The new collection for 2017 offers eight different itineraries, including two all new journeys to France and the Dalmatian Riviera. By booking one of the Europe’s Finest itineraries, guests will receive added benefits that they wouldn’t have by booking their itinerary with just one of the three partners, like Insight’s Tour Directors, Luxury Gold’s Exclusive VIP Events and Uniworld’s all-inclusive travel.

Itineraries for the Europe’s Finest 2017 Collection include Elegance of England and France, lasting 22 days; Danube Delights & the Dalmatian Riviera, spanning 24 days; Switzerland & the Rhine, running 16 days; Holland, Belgium, Luxembourg & the Rhine, 17 days; Bhoemia & the Danube, 17 days; Portugal & the Douro, 18 days; La Serenissima, 22 days; and the Gems of Italy & the River Po, which takes place over 16 days.

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For more information, visit one of the company’s websites at www.insightvacations.com, www.luxurygoldvacations.com and www.uniworld.com

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