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Rhine River sailings are among the most popular European river cruise vacations. Many visit Basel, Switzerland's second largest city, which has a medieval town hall and a museum housing works by Picasso, Dali and Mondrian. Rudesheim lies at the heart of Germany's Rhine wine region, where rows of vines climb the banks. German and French cultures meet in Strasbourg in France's Alsace region; the neighborhood known as La Petite France is an especially nice place for a stroll.

The Danube River flows from Germany's Black Forest to the Black Sea. Vienna, Bratislava, Budapest and Belgrade are among the main cities that line the route. Other stops can include Melk, where most visitors head for the 900-year-old Benedictine Abbey that overlooks the town, and Passau, where you may be treated to a concert on the 17,774-pipe organ in St. Stephen's Cathedral. Some Danube River cruises sail through the Iron Gates, a spectacular gorge that forms the boundary between Serbia and Romania.

Elbe River cruises stop at cities and towns in Germany and the Czech Republic. In Germany, see the All Saints' Church (commonly known as the Castle Church) in Wittenberg where Martin Luther posted his 95 theses and sparked the Protestant Reformation, and tour the factory in Meissen that has produced delicate porcelain since the early 1700s. In the Czech Republic, walk along the cobblestone streets of Litomerice. Elbe River departures also can include a hotel stay in Prague, with guided sightseeing.

The Mosel River flows through Germany, Luxembourg and France. Highlights include Trier -- Germany's oldest city, founded by Romans in 16 B.C. -- and Cochem, where a prime attraction is the castle perched high above the river. In Luxembourg, passengers often visit Gen. George Patton's grave at the American Cemetery and Memorial in Hamm. Sailings along the Mosel are frequently combined with Rhine River cruises.

Learn about Portugal's wine region on a cruise of the Douro River. Itineraries can stop at Regua, where port wine is produced; the Baroque-style Mateus Palace and its gardens in Vila Real; and Porto, located at the mouth of the Douro.

Meander through France's Burgundy region on a Saone River cruise. Walking tours of Macon take in the Wooden House, a charming, half-timbered Renaissance home. Chalon-sur-Saone is an important center for France's wine trade. Passengers can join an excursion to the Hospices of Beaune, a 15th-century hospital complex famous for its intricately detailed, colorful roofs.

Saone River cruises usually are combined with sailings of the Rhone River, which runs south through France's Provence region to the Mediterranean coast. Itineraries call at Lyon, best known as France's gastronomic capital; Arles, one of Van Gogh's favorite places; and Avignon, a walled city with a 14th-century papal palace.

Seine River itineraries spend time in Paris, where included sightseeing tours typically feature photo ops at the Eiffel Tower, the Arch of Triumph, Notre Dame and the broad, busy Champs-Elysees. Beyond the capital, highlights include Claude Monet's home and beautiful gardens at Giverny; Chateau Gaillard, Richard the Lionheart's stronghold in Les Andelys; and Le Havre, where passengers typically set out for D-Day landing sites along the beaches of Normandy.

On Bordeaux river itineraries, ships navigate the Garonne and Dordogne rivers and the Gironde estuary in southwest France. Guests visit famed wine-producing towns like Saint-Emilion, Pauillac and Sauternes, and sample vintages at wine estates. Try local specialties (such as caviar d'Aquitaine and Arcachon oysters), and visit grand old chateaus.

Cruises on Dutch and Belgian waterways take place in the spring when fields of colorful flowers, namely tulips, are in bloom. These trips include a stop at 80-acre Keukenhof gardens, which is open for only eight weeks each year. Other sights might include the windmills of Kinderdijk, the former home of Flemish Baroque painter Peter Paul Rubens and the Antwerp cathedral that contains two of his works. 



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Book a select 2018 Europe river cruise to receive $2,500 per couple ($1,250 off per person) on the cruise/land or cruise only price plus an additional $500 off per couple ($250 per person) when you book the air-inclusive package. Journeys Club members will receive an extra 5%savings, plus you'll also get our additional MooreTravel.com everyday savings.

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A river cruise adds a good number of features on top of an ocean cruise experience: No seasickness, every day only a stone's throw away from historic city centers, plenty of time to explore on land, discovering fascinating European back road towns which Americans would never experience from the road, a manageable number of people on board - 140 versus the 1,000-2,000 on an ocean cruise. Seasoned travelers are well aware of the comfort and convenience of a river cruise, and river cruising truly ranks very high on the total value. 



Save 40% on select 2016 holiday river cruises plus receive free pre-paid gratuities. You will also receive our AffordableTours.com 8%everyday savings!
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Viking River Cruises is making history with the introduction of 14 brand-new ships this year and next. They're called Viking Longships, and I'll highlight some of their appealing features in this week's newsletter.

Also included are shore excursions, cultural enrichment activities and port charges.

Each of the Viking Longships will accommodate 190 guests and have a variety of spacious, comfortable staterooms. Two Explorer Suites, which will be among the largest river cruise suites in Europe at 445 square feet each, will feature a separate living room and bedroom and boast a private wraparound veranda offering 270-degree views. Seven two-room Veranda Suites have a full-size balcony off the living room plus a French balcony in the bedroom.

There are 39 Veranda Staterooms, each with a full-size veranda, and 22 French Balcony Staterooms featuring floor-to-ceiling glass doors that slide open to bring the outdoors in. Rounding out the accommodations options are standard riverview staterooms with windows.

New amenities in all staterooms include heated bathroom floors and mirrors, upgraded bath products and Sony HD TVs.

Guests can relax and enjoy the surrounding scenery in the all-weather indoor/outdoor Aquavit Terrace, found at the bow of each Viking Longship. With retractable floor-to-ceiling glass doors, this lounge is a wonderful place to take in the scenic riverside landscapes or enjoy a meal al fresco.

The Viking Longships feature energy-efficient, hybrid diesel-electric engines that propel them along Europe's storied waterways, offering a remarkably quiet ride. Other "green" features include solar panels and an organic herb garden atop the sundeck.

As always, Viking provides numerous advantages for your vacation. The company owns and operates the world's largest river cruise fleet, giving you a wider selection of destinations, itineraries and excursions. It is consistently recognized by travel industry organizations and magazines for its excellent service and is one of the world's most award-winning river cruise companies. And each Viking voyage has plenty of choices in accommodations, excursions and dining styles, allowing each passenger to experience the journey in his or her own unique way.


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