Riviera Travel River Cruises extends 40th anniversary offering

Riviera Travel River Cruises extends 40th anniversary offering
Edited by Travel Weekly


    Riviera Travel River Cruises is extending its 40th-anniversary offer from 1 April 2024 to 31 May 2024 due to the overwhelming demand from Australian guests since it first launched the offer back in November 2023.

    The offer extension creates even more incentive to book an unforgettable cruise along Europe’s most iconic waterways.

    All 2024 and 2025 sailings booked between 1 April 2024 to 31 May 2024 will get a special promotion of $1,000 off per person off on 7-night cruises and $1,500 off on 10–14-night sailings, providing some of the best value for the quality of service on board Riviera’s elegant ships, each designed to provide the utmost comfort and sophistication.

    Guests who book in this period will also enjoy an exclusive complimentary Superior drinks package for all sailings in 2024/2025, along with complimentary Wi-Fi and complimentary shore excursions for an even more rewarding and all-inclusive experience.

    From the breathtaking landscapes of the Rhine and Danube to the picturesque villages of the Douro and Seine and leisurely strolls along cobblestone streets dotted with imposing architectural structures to sampling cuisine at bustling markets, Riviera’s meticulously crafted, port-intensive itineraries promise an immersion into local culture and age-old traditions where every moment is an opportunity for discovery and meaningful connections.

    Throughout their sailing, guests will enjoy exquisite cuisine on board, quality service from attentive staff and enriching shore excursions led by knowledgeable guides who bring history and culture to life.

    With these all-inclusive prices and amazing value offers for Australian guests, every aspect of the journey – from gourmet dining to onboard entertainment to shore visits – offers exceptional value for money.

    Rivera Travel River Cruises provides excellent savings, delivering a luxury, 5-star product with exceptional value, significantly lower than similar itineraries offered by other cruise lines.

    Renowned for its warm British hospitality aboard every ship, Australian guests seeking an epic culinary adventure for every palette and a leisure getaway at their own pace will enjoy the Riviera 5-star experience.

    Riviera Travel’s fleet of five-star ships support an intimate atmosphere of between 126 and 176 guests – featuring a range of onboard facilities, including a restaurant, bistro and wellness centre services of a Cruise Director and Concierge, dedicated excursion in every port and all port charges.

    Featured image: Riviera Travel River Cruises

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