European Waterways targets multi-generational families with ‘floating villa’ deal

European Waterways targets multi-generational families with ‘floating villa’ deal

In today’s fast-paced world, finding quality time for multi-generational bonding can be a challenge. European Waterways’ hotel barge cruises offer families the opportunity to enjoy the ultimate luxury vacation with a private charter experience.

They say  “it’s like having your own private ‘floating villa’ in a different village every day, made extra special by a full dedicated crew – this is the magic of a hotel barge charter”.

Finding a travel option that accommodates the whole family’s varying interests and activity levels, whilst providing a true cultural immersion into the chosen region without being a logistical nightmare may seem impossible in today’s travel sphere.

However, there is a perfect solution: a private hotel barge cruise along enchanting and picturesque waterways with hand-picked daily excursions designed to enchant grandparents, parents and children alike.

Alleviating the stresses of the challenges of group travel this summer, European Waterways invites families to embark on their unique Family Cruises, exploring Europe’s inland waterways with private charter bookings available for summer 2024.

On a special promotional offer, European Waterways is offering 20 per cent off selected summer charter departures, PLUS up to 3 kids travel for free, when booked by Monday 13th May.

Tailored Itineraries for Family Fun

Whilst each hotel barge follows a Classic Cruise itinerary, those booking a private Family Cruise charter can tailor the itinerary to accommodate the diverse interests of family members and ages. From zoo visits to kayaking experiences to exclusive tours of historic châteaux, and private wine tours and tastings – there’s something to excite every member of the family.

The Ultimate Family Adventure

Family Cruises with European Waterways offers more than just a private family vacation, it’s also piece of mind with safety equipment such as car seats, safety gates, highchairs, and travel cots available upon request. The Chef will be happy to split mealtimes for the benefit of younger passengers and can also cater to most dietary requirements for all on board. These multi-generational educational adventures are filled with unforgettable moments and shared experiences. Whether cruising past historic landmarks, exploring charming villages, or simply enjoying quality time together on deck, in the spa pool, or in the well-appointed salon, families are guaranteed memories that will last a lifetime.

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