Friday, 29 July 2011


Avalon Waterways has launched its longest ever European river cruise itinerary for 2012, the 21 night ‘North Sea to the Black Sea’ cruise from Amsterdam through to Bucharest or vice versa. Sailing through the Netherlands and Germany on the Rhine before joining the Danube through Austria, Slovakia, Hungary, Croatia, Serbia, Bulgaria and Romania, the cruise provides an incredible journey to see the many historical, cultural and scenic highlights across Europe.
A broad range of guided sightseeing is included in the cities, towns and famous places along the itinerary including Cologne, Rudesheim, Miltenberg, Wurzburg, Bamberg, Nuremberg, Regensburg, Passau, Grein, the Benedictine Abbey at Melk, Vienna and the Heillgenkreuz Monastery. Also included is Budapest, Vukovar, Belgrade and the Iron Gates Gorge. Visits to Bulgaria’s Veliko Tarnovo and the Patriach’s Church, the Ethnographical Museum at Arbanassi, Constanta, and Bucharest’s Parliament Building and National Art Museum are also included.
Prices are from £3,745 per person based on a category E stateroom to include return flights, 21 nights full board cruise accommodation, regional wines and beers served with dinner, 1 night at the Athénée Hilton Palace in Bucharest, guided sightseeing, a private door-to-door home pick up service and overseas transfers, the services of a professional cruise director. Stateroom upgrades are available from £880 per person.
Extra nights are available in Amsterdam from £95 per person per night and from £85 per person per night in Bucharest based on a twin share.
To make a reservation ring Avalon Waterways on 0800 668 1801 or visit

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