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Riviera River Cruises Adds New Seine, Danube Itineraries for 2020

Riviera River Cruises will offer two new itineraries on the Seine and Danube Rivers in 2020. The Seine, Paris & Normandy River Cruise will take guests from the iconic French capital to a D-Day beach, a cemetery honoring American soldiers and Monet’s garden, while The Vienna, Bohemia & the Treasures of the Danube River Cruise will take them from the seat of the Habsburg Empire to the Roman city of Regensburg and the medieval Cesky Krumlov castle. For more information about Riviera River Cruises, its ships and itineraries, visit https://www.rivierarivercruises.com or call 888-838-8820.

Arromanches beach

“We’re excited to offer these new itineraries on the Seine and Danube Rivers to guests in 2020,” said Marilyn Conroy, Riviera River Cruises’ Vice President Sales and Marketing North America. “At Riviera River Cruises, our itineraries are balanced with insightful excursions led by experts who bring history and culture to life, as well as time to allow guests to explore destinations at a relaxing pace. Join us as we meander through the French countryside and past chalk cliffs, and visit the medieval cities and towns of Austria and Germany.”

Honfleur

Highlights of the new itineraries:

  • The Seine, Paris & Normandy River Cruise: From the heart of Paris, cruise past the sweeping bends and chalk cliffs of France’s Seine Valley into historic Normandy, then return. Visit Les Andelys and the ruins of Richard the Lionheart’s Chateau Gaillard, the picturesque harbor of Honfleur, and Monet’s home and garden in Giverny, and tour the medieval city of Rouen, Bayeux with its tapestry depicting the Norman invasion of England, the D-Day landing site at Omaha Beach, the Normandy American Cemetery and iconic Paris sights such as the Eiffel Tower, Arc de Triomphe, Champs Elysees, Sacre-Coeur and more. Departures of this eight-day cruise are available April to October, starting at $2,299 per person based on double occupancy.
  • The Vienna, Bohemia & the Treasures of the Danube River Cruise: Cruise from the Austrian capital to the former Roman garrison of Regensburg, Germany, and back, with an excursion into the Czech Republic and scenic Bohemia. Visit Krems and the hilltop Gottweig Abbey, Passau and site of the former Cistercian monastery at Aldersbach, and Linz with its charming old town, and tour the former Habsburg palaces of Hofburg and Schonbrunn in Vienna, the winding streets and elegant squares of Regensburg, and the majestic Cesky Krumlov castle overlooking the Vltava River. Departures of this eight-day cruise are available April to September, starting at $2,419 per person based on double occupancy.

Riviera’s award-winning cruises include spacious cabins and suites, fine culinary experiences from sumptuous breakfasts to four-course dinners featuring international classics and regional specialties, and expert-led excursions to classic sights and lesser-known places. Riviera offers 15 itineraries on 10 rivers and waterways, including exclusive departures for solo travelers, and its fleet is the youngest sailing in Europe, with 13 ships and none older than six years.

Riviera guarantees exceptional value, promising never to add hidden surcharges or fees, or to artificially inflate or discount prices. Riviera also doesn’t automatically include gratuities or drinks, so the choice is up to guests.

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