European River Cruises to Book in 2016

Looking for ideas for your next-year’s cruise? Consider a European river cruise. The following European river cruises allow you to enjoy luxury staterooms, exciting on-ship activities, and trips to beautiful locales along some of Europe’s most gorgeous rivers. Book one of the following cruises now to enjoy a splendid journey on a famed European river next winter, spring, summer, or fall.


AmaWaterways is a great cruise line to sail with if you want impeccable European hospitality and service. The company’s 16 ships are based in Europe and they offer contemporary interiors as well as fantastic amenities. AmaWaterways is the only river cruise operator in Europe that’s a member of the Chaine des Rotisseurs, which is the oldest international gastronomic organization in the world. For 2017, AmaWaterways will offer several wine-themed cruises as well as a Paris & Normandy Art-Themed Cruise.

Viking River Cruise

Viking River Cruises recently launched their longships, six 190-passenger cruise ships filled with Scandinavian décor and many open spaces for enjoying stunning water and land vistas. The longships have tons of glass and natural light, and they feature amazing opportunities for taken in fun things to do and thrilling sights. Viking’s longships sail on the Danube from Budapest, Hungary to Nuremberg, Bavaria. Cruises start at $3,556 per person and often include complimentary airfare.


CroisiEurope has more than 40 years of experience taking cruisers up and down  famed rivers in Europe. The company, and its 35 river ships, is based in Strasbourg, France and it offers reasonably priced voyages compared to similar European river experiences. This means you’ll get amazing service and opportunities with CroisiEurope at a bargain. CroisiEurope journeys allow travelers to enjoy French culinary offerings, deluxe accommodations, and exciting itineraries like a 7-day Seine River cruise from Paris to Honfleur for almost a steal.

So, which will it be? One, or all? Have you been on any of these European river cruises? If so, which one or ones, and will you tell us about your experience?

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