Below are several brand-new river cruise itineraries that will be making their debut next year. For departure dates, rates and day-to-day sightseeing details, click the links below.
Flavors of Burgundy (8 or 14 days) -- Wine tastings, vineyard visits and a tasting tour at Les Halles Market are highlights of this culinary journey.
Magic of Colombia (8 or 11 days) -- Explore Colombia's culture and history while visiting vibrant villages and cities along the Magdalena River.
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American Cruise Lines
Great Smoky Mountains National Park (11 days) -- This trip begins with a two-day tour of Great Smoky Mountains National Park followed by an 8-day cruise along the Tennessee RIver.
American Queen Voyages
Salmon Fest (9 days) -- Reel in the catch of the day and participate in onboard cooking demonstrations on this Pacific Northwest itinerary.
Baseball Legends (9 days) -- Meet fellow baseball fans and celebrate the game's rich history and traditions on a cruise from Louisville to Pittsburgh.
Vida Portugal: Vineyards & Villages Along the Douro (8 or 11 days) -- Visit hillside vineyards, medieval castles and historic villages on the new Avalon Alegria Suite Ship.
Iconic Rivers of Europe (23 through 26 days) -- This panoramic itinerary begins in Amsterdam and ends in Bucharest, sailing on three rivers through seven countries.
Danube Explorer & Highlights of Budapest (10 days) -- A Bavarian brunch at a farm in Passau, a folklore show in Budapest and a traditional Slovakian performance on the ship are highlights of this cruise through five central European countries.
Rhine Castles & Moselle Vineyards (11 days) -- Take a canal cruise in Utrecht, visit the windmills of Kinderdijk, join a wine tasting at a Rudesheim winery and hike to 700-year-old Marksburg Castle.
Gate 1 Travel
Danube River Cruise with Poland (13 days) -- Enjoy guided sightseeing in Warsaw and Krakow before embarking on an eight-day Danube cruise that visits ports like Budapest, Vienna and Regensburg.
Douro River Cruise with Lisbon & Porto (13 days) -- Discover Portugal's wine-growing region and cross into Spain to visit Salamanca. Hotel nights in Lisbon and Porto bookend the cruise.
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Riviera River Cruises
Paris, Normandy & Historic Treasures of the Seine (11 days) -- This cruise includes a visit to Claude Monet's home and gardens, a tour of medieval Rouen and an excursion to D-Day landing sites along the beaches of Normandy.
Cologne, the Rhine Gorge & Medieval Germany (11 days) -- The Middle Rhine Valley's medieval treasures are highlights of this itinerary. Travel the Romantic Road to charming Rothenburg and sail through the Rhine Gorge.
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Scenic Luxury Cruises & Tours
Iconic Danube with Prague (11 days) -- Explore Bratislava's old town, visit Schonbrunn Palace in Vienna and cross the border from Germany to Austria on a bike ride along the Inn River on this vacation.
Danube in Depth with Prague (13 days) -- Outings on this sailing include a goulash cooking class in Budapest, a cycling excursion to Danube Island and a visit to the 900-year-old Benedictine Abbey in Melk. Plus enjoy three hotel nights in Prague after your cruise.
Hidden Waterways of Flanders & Holland (8 days) -- Meander the charming inland waterways of Belgium and the Netherlands and enjoy excursions like a beer tasting at a Belgian brewery and dinner at a 14-century castle on a private island.
La Belle Vie: the Rhone, Geneva & the Riviera (14 days) -- A nine-night Rhone cruise is accompanied by hotel nights in trendy Cannes on the French Riviera and alpine Geneva surrounded by breathtaking mountains.
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Treasures of the Rhine (10 days) -- Discover medieval towns, historic fortresses and grand cathedrals amid a scenic wintry backdrop. The itinerary includes stops in Cologne, Heidelberg and Strasbourg.
Paris & D-Day 80th Anniversary (12 days) -- This WWII itinerary commemorates the 80th anniversary of D-Day, the 1944 landing of Allied troops on the shores of northwest France.