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Keeping fit has never been easier on river cruises!

River cruise lines, just like ocean cruisers, are offering more activities for adventure-minded travellers. The changes help river cruises appeal to the more independent and fitness-conscious passengers, with cruise itineraries becoming more diverse and active.


The MS Emily Bronte & MS Thomas Hardy Review

Recently I have written very long blog posts.  But today’s is simple and to the point.  It is a short worded but pictorially rich review of the brand new ships, MS Emily Bronte and MS Thomas Hardy.  The forthcoming MS Oscar Wilde (2017) and MS Robbie Burns (2018) are also of a similar design and configuration.


The easy way of seeing Eastern Europe – a river cruise!

Travelling through Europe is an immensely enjoyable experience, whether you go for a short holiday or take months to travel the whole continent. Discovering new cultures, learning the customs of a different country, trying different foods, attempting new languages; everything is an adventure.


Uniworld announces new changes for 2017

River cruises in Europe continue to grow in popularity and diversity, and Uniworld river cruises are introducing exciting new changes starting in 2017.


AmaWaterways Legendary Danube Review

Today I’d like to share my experiences of a sophisticated and elegant cruise down the Legendary Danube on AmaWaterways’ stunning new AmaSonata.


Our opinion: 4 reasons to look at AmaWaterways

If you were to ask us, why choose AmaWaterways?  What do you think makes AmaWaterways stand out from its competitors?  Here are a few pointers we would like you to consider:


MS Swiss Corona Review – Burgundy & Provence

Cruising the Rhône & Saône on the MS Swiss Corona Riviera Travel operate their Rhône and Saône river cruises through Burgundy and Provence on the lovely MS Swiss Corona.  It really is a cruise of two very different rivers with the calm, peaceful, picturesque La Saône meeting the strong and powerful Le Rhône at their […]


Our Loire River Cruise Review

Being lovers of France we are always especially pleased to hear about new river ships in France. So, when we discovered that Croisi, the most French of river cruise companies and actually the largest river cruise company in the world, my English speaking friends, had decided to put their minds to a ship design that […]


In Praise of French Balcony Cabins on European River Cruise Ships

First time river cruisers can feel they need, what the Americans term a “veranda”, a sit out balcony and not a French balcony. Why? This would not really be my preference.  I would choose a French balcony over a veranda on a European river cruise ship. You are not trying to see past 4,000 other […]


MS William Shakespeare Review

A look at the New MS William Shakespeare from Riviera Travel Riviera Travel have commissioned another new river cruise vessel for the 2014 season, the MS William Shakespeare.  We take look at how she will stack up against the competition from their own fleet and across the other river cruise operators.