Have you been on, or ever fancied going on a River Cruise? Maybe you don’t know if it’s your thing? What do you do on a river cruise and how much actual cruising do you do? How much time do you spend in each place? Do you have to follow the crowd when you would rather do your own thing? Do you have to get all dressed up for dinner? What size will your Stateroom be?
River cruising is like staying at a fabulous and comfortable hotel, only – you travel with it. It is like lots of city breaks rolled into one. The ships are light, airy and spacious offering comfortable staterooms, lounges, bars and room to wander around and admire the beautiful scenery that you drift past every day.
The food is 5 star cuisine and the service first class. Breakfast, lunch, dinner and drinks are all included in the cost and vegetarians are also catered for. The big plus is, you do not have to book an early or late sitting as you do on the larger cruise ships. Seating is open and you can sit where you choose and at what time you prefer to eat.
Included in the cost are flights, transfers, food and drinks, excursions, presentations, demonstrations and performances and much, much more.
River cruises represent excellent value for money and visit a huge variety of destinations – Germany, France, Portugal, Russia, China – very diverse and fascinating places.
If you would like to find out more, call Your Personal Travel Organiser and I will be happy to answer your questions.