Viking River Cruises Europe

Viking River Cruises in Europe visit fine destinations in France, Holland, Belgium, Germany and Russia via rivers like the Danube, Main and Rhine. A Viking River Cruise in Europe most often involves travel itineraries lasting anywhere from seven days to two weeks in time. Noted for visiting incredible ports of call while offering exhilarating shore excursions and English-speaking tours, a Europe Viking River cruise is further enhanced by smaller ships that are capable of navigating the narrowest European waterways. Moving about the North Sea and Black Sea to various landmarks, a Europe Viking River cruise offers its guests all the comforts of an intimate cruising experience while fashioning a most memorable and educational vacation.

Viking River Cruises in Europe - France

Traveling to a renowned land of beauty and romance, a Europe Viking River cruise in France may last anywhere from seven to fourteen days, with titled cruises geared to specific French locations. Sailing on the Viking Seine ship from a port of call in stunning Paris, the seven-day "Paris & Heart of Normandy" cruise visits some of the most famous and romanticized French destinations. Traveling along the Seine River, this Viking River Cruise in Europe visits Normandy, site of the infamous D-Day during World War II. From here, this Europe Viking River cruise visits Rouen, a location famous for its Gothic architecture and the execution of Joan of Arc. This Viking River Cruise in Europe then travels to the lush gardens of Giverny and the cobblestone streets of Vernon before wrapping up in spectacular Harfleur and Le Havre.

Another popular Europe Viking River cruise involves a seven-night cruise to exquisite French vineyards from Burgundy to Provence. Viking also combines these previously mentioned, seven-day French journeys into an ultimate 14-day cruise entitled "France's Finest." Visiting the same destinations of both seven-day cruises, this Europe Viking River cruise travels from Paris to Avignon. To further add to its aura, this Viking River Cruise in Europe includes a French wine-making and food demonstration, a World War II history lecture and French folklore entertainment. This Grand Tour of France will set sail from April through early October in 2006.

Viking River Cruises in Europe - Holland and Belgium

Holland and Belgium remain popular destinations during Viking River Cruises in Europe. This cruise line offers two different Holland and Belgium cruises with itineraries lasting seven and nine days, respectively.

Sailing roundtrip from Amsterdam aboard the Viking River or Viking Spirit ships, the seven-day "Dutch Journey" provides an in-depth exploration of the Netherlands. This Viking River Cruise in Europe visits Zuiderzee and the windmills of Kinderdijk before touring the royal halls of Paleis Het Loo and the famous Rijksmuseum. This Europe Viking River journey also includes seven different tours of specific landmarks in the Netherlands.

Holland and Belgium Viking River Cruises in Europe also include a nine-day, roundtrip cruise from Amsterdam. This "Tulips and Windmills" trip visits the Belgium port of Antwerp and the magical city of Brussels. Guests on this Viking River Cruise in Europe have reveled in the opportunities to taste Belgian chocolate and Dutch cheese while also shopping for a pair of wooden clogs in Holland. This Europe Viking River cruise is scheduled to set sail in March and April of 2006.

Viking River Cruises in Europe - Rhine, Main and Danube Rivers

Viking River Cruises in Europe provide some of the more grand European voyages in the entire cruising industry by moving about the Rhine, Main and Danube Rivers. Such popular Viking River Cruises in Europe include a seven-night "Heart of Germany" trip and a 14 night "Grand European" voyage. The "Grand European" cruise travels from Budapest, Hungary and passes such countries as Austria, Slovakia, the Czech Republic and Germany before concluding in Amsterdam in the Netherlands.

Other grand Viking River Cruises in Europe include the 12-night "European Adventure" from Vienna to Amsterdam, the two-week "European Odyssey" from Budapest to Vienna via the Black Sea and the seven-night "Romantic Danube" voyage from Budapest to Nuremberg, Germany.

Viking River Cruises in Europe - Russia

Viking River Cruises in Europe are unique in that this cruise line owns and operates ships on the rivers of Russia and Ukraine. With this in mind, itineraries for Russian and Ukrainian cruises often last anywhere from ten to 14 nights. Past cruises have traveled the "Waterways of the Czars" and "In the Footsteps of the Cossacks," a voyage which explores the Ukraine by sailing from Kiev to the Black Sea via the Dnieper River. Setting sail from St. Petersburg to Moscow, the "Waterways of the Czars" cruise includes visits to the Red Square and the Kremlin.

Viking River Cruises in Europe - Ships

Viking River Cruises set course on the rivers of the world with a fleet of over 15 ships. Offering the intimacy of small ship cruising, these ships can accommodate anywhere from 125 to 300 people with a variety of staterooms for passengers to enjoy during a Viking River Cruise in Europe. While of smaller size, Viking River ships contain many of the same amenities aboard larger liners. Depending on the specific ship, some examples of these amenities include but are not limited to lounges, bars, swimming pools, libraries, spas, exercise facilities and various restaurants.

Viking River Cruises in Europe - Discounts

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