WHY IT RATES: Travel agents can take advantage of early booking offers on the new itineraries. —Janeen Christoff, TravelPulse Senior Writer
CroisiEurope Cruises has announced its brand new 2020 itineraries programs featuring 170 cruises taking place on 56 ships along 39 waterways in 37 countries.
The cruise operator previously announced early booking offers on all 2020 itineraries, including 15 percent off of European departures when booked by August 31, 2019, using the promo code EARBOOUS.
Highlights of CroisiEurope’s new itineraries launching in 2020 include:
This six-night cruise from Mantua to Venice travels through the heart of three Italian regions–Emilia Romagna, Lombardy and Veneto. The cruise calls at Valdaro, Torretta, Rovigo, Porto Viro, Porto Levante and Chioggia with excursions to Cremona, Parma, Verona and Vicenza.
Cruise prices start at $2,610 per person with departure dates between April and October 2020. The itinerary is also available in reverse. Prices start at $2,610 per person with departures beginning at the end of March and running through October 2020.
These six- and seven-night cruises through the Aquitaine region travel from Bordeaux to Royan, along the Gironde Estuary and on the Garonne and Dordogne.
These roundtrip cruises from Bordeaux call at Pauillac, Royan, Libourne and Cadillac with excursions to Rochefort, La Rochelle and Saint-Emilion. Cruise prices start at $2,362 (six-night) and $2,923 (seven-night) per person. Departures are scheduled between April and October 2020.
This five-night cruise along the Moselle travels through the romantic Rhine Valley in the Alsace and Switzerland. This cruise from Cochem to Basel calls at Koblenz, Rudesheim, Mannheim, Strasbourg, Rhinau and Breisach and includes excursions to Heidelberg, the Alsatian Wine Route and Haut-Koenigsbourg Castle. Cruise prices start at $1,976 per person with departure dates between April and October 2020. This cruise is also available in reverse.
“While first-time passengers continue to enjoy our classic river cruise experiences on the Rhine and Danube, we know returning guests and our travel industry partners look to us to see what’s next in river cruising. In 2020, we’re excited to be traveling beyond Venice to Italy’s Veneto and Canal Bianco by river cruise,” said Michael DaCosta, General Manager for CroisiEurope Cruises – USA & Canada. “Having opened new destinations like Andalusia, Bordeaux, the Loire Valley, and most recently Zimbabwe’s Lake Kariba, CroisiEurope will continue to pioneer new ports of call next year and in the years ahead.”
In 2020, CroisiEurope will offer cruises on the Seine; Garonne & Dordogne; Rhone; Moselle; Loire; Guadiana & Guadalquivir; Po; Douro; Rhine & Danube; Elbe; Mekong; and Lake Kariba in Southern Africa; as well as on the Adriatic and Mediterranean seas and on the French canals.
SOURCE: CroisiEurope press release.
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