Viking Kicks Off 2024 River Cruise Season in Europe

Viking, the #1 rated river cruise line, has kicked off their 2024 river season in Europe as their Longships start crusing cruises on rivers all through Europe.

Viking will supply river cruises on the Rhine, Major, Danube, Seine, Rhône, Douro, Moselle and Elbe rivers in 2024. Their river ships carry 190 or fewer visitors and have been constructed particularly for European waterways.

“With its wealthy historical past, tradition and scenic areas which can be finest explored by river, Europe stays our hottest vacation spot,” stated Torstein Hagen, Chairman of Viking. “As extra curious vacationers turn out to be acquainted with river voyages as a seamless technique for exploring, we’re happy to start a brand new season on Europe’s iconic waterways.”

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Viking has additionally introduced a brand new alternative to name on ports alongside the Danube River through the winter months with the 10-day itinerary, Treasures of the Danube. The brand new voyage will sail between Budapest and Passau, from December 2024 till early March 2025.

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Viking visitors even have the selection to discover the Rhine River through the winter season, with the 10-day Treasures of the Rhine itinerary, which debuted in December 2023 and sails between Amsterdam and Basel.

It is a perfect time to go to since winter presents visitors smaller crowds and simpler entry to landmarks.

A few of Viking’s hottest river cruises for 2024 are:

  • Rhine Getaway (8 days; Amsterdam—Basel)
  • Danube Waltz (8 days; Budapest—Passau)
  • Romantic Danube (8 days; Budapest—Regensburg)
  • Paris & the Coronary heart of Normandy (8 days; Paris roundtrip)
  • Lyon & Provence (8 days; Lyon—Avignon)
  • Christmas on the Rhine (8 days; Basel—Amsterdam)
  • Danube Christmas Delights (8 days; Budapest—Passau)
  • Christmas on the Seine (8 days; Paris roundtrip)
  • Portugal’s River of Gold (10 days; Lisbon—Porto)
  • Grand European Tour (15 days; Budapest – Amsterdam)

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