UP TO 50% OFF: APT extends 95th anniversary sale

UP TO 50% OFF: APT extends 95th anniversary sale

APT is pleased to advise that their 95-year anniversary sale has been extended until 15 December 2022 for Europe river cruise departures in 2023.

The company is offering its most popular cruises with flights included and up to 50 per cent off cabin upgrades.

APT’s 15-day Magnificent Europe is available to book from $6,795 per person in a window suite, including flights or from $8,495 per person in a Panoramic Balcony Suite including flights.

The offers are also available on the 15-day Voyage through the Balkans cruise and 15-day Western Front Explorer. Both cruises are priced from $7,495 per person for a Window Suite and from $9,415 per person in a Panoramic Balcony Suite with flights included.

Commenting, Scott Ellis, APT general manager of sales, said “This is a great opportunity for agents to secure our most popular European river cruises at our very best prices for 2023. Prices will be changing when this offer ends on 15 December 2022, so we are urging them to get their clients booked in for travel in 2023 now.”

Sister company, Travelmarvel is also offering great deals on its European River Cruises for 2023 with savings up to $4,800 per couple on offer.

Full terms and conditions apply, and offers are subject to availability.

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