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Amsterdam

Rhine

The Rhine is arguably Europe’s greatest waterway and, as a working river, it is acclaimed as the busiest too.Some cruises pass through urbanised areas which, admittedly, is not the most attractive stretch of river, but...

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Dürnstein, Austria

Danube

The Danube is regarded as a queen among rivers, cutting a regal path across the European continent that takes it through 10 countries and numerous cities.This waterway, the second-longest in Europe after the Volga, is still a...

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Paris

Seine

The Seine may not be France’s longest river (that honour falls to the Loire River), but it is the country’s greatest and most famous waterway thanks to its path through the heart of Paris.The City of Lights...

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Porto

Douro

The Douro is synonymous with Portugal’s port wine industry as the river cuts through the heart of the country’s remote and rugged wine region.It runs along the border of Spain and Portugal for 70 miles, before...

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Lyon

Rhône

If ever there was a river that encapsulated the gastronomic appeal and vibrant natural glory of Provencal France, it would be the Rhône and its largest tributary the Saône.These waterways cut through some of the...

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Lyon

Saône

If ever there was a river that encapsulated the gastronomic appeal and vibrant natural glory of Provencal France, it would be the Rhône and its largest tributary the Saône.These waterways cut through some of the...

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Loire Valley

Loire

The longest river in France, the Loire winds its way through the French countryside for over 630 miles. For centuries the aristocracy of France has built castles and palaces in the scenic Loire valley and as you meander along...

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Bordeaux

Gironde

Cruises through Bordeaux combine the chance to savour some of the world’s top wines while indulging in the best of French country living.Rolling countryside dotted with rows of vines, medieval villages and grand chateaux...

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Bordeaux

Garonne

Cruises through Bordeaux combine the chance to savour some of the world’s top wines while indulging in the best of French country living.Rolling countryside dotted with rows of vines, medieval villages and grand chateaux...

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Bordeaux

Dordogne

Cruises through Bordeaux combine the chance to savour some of the world’s top wines while indulging in the best of French country living.Rolling countryside dotted with rows of vines, medieval villages and grand chateaux...

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Dresden on the River Elbe

Elbe

Flowing from the Krkosno Alps in the Czech Republic, the River Elbe flows 680 miles through the Bohemia region, passing through picturesque towns before crossing into Germany. This passage winds through the Elbe Sandstone...

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The town of Seville on the Guadalquivir river

Guadalquivir

The Guadalquivir flows through Andalucia, the beating heart of Iberian history. In the 8th century, the Moors settled in the area and gave the river the Arabic name wadi al kabir, or great river. The river acted as a means of...

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Guadiana River

Guadiana

At the Gulf of Cadiz, the Guadiana meets the Guadalquivir, linking picturesque Andalucia with the Algarve and running the length of Portugal's south-eastern border with Spain. The name of the Guadiana, a combination of the...

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Siem Reap

Mekong

The Mekong is the world’s 12th-longest river that showcases fascinating Asian cities of Indochina, colourful markets and remote rural life.A Far Eastern river cruise promises a contrasting culture with floating markets,...

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The Moselle loop

Moselle

The Moselle rises above France's cherished Lorraine region and from there winds along Luxembourg-Germany's border to Koblenz, where it joins the Rhine. Discover rolling hills, lush vineyards, peaceful villages and majestic...

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Bamberg, Main River

Main

The Main River travels across Central Germany, merging with the Red Main and White Main before joining the Rhine River near Mainz. There is also a canal between the Main and the Danube that connects the two rivers. With 16...

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Pyramids of Egypt

Nile

The Nile is the world’s longest river and has been the lifeblood of Egypt for thousands of years.Cruising its waters is like stepping back to the ancient reign of the pharaohs. The pace is peaceful with visits centred on...

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The Ganges River

Ganges

Explore India's enchanting golden triangle of Delhi, Jaipur and Agra on a Ganges river cruise. It's fertile banks are densely populated and provide a crucial water source to its millions of residents, but it is also an area of...

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Amazon

Amazon

Journey into the world's largest rainforest when you take an Amazon river cruise. Originating at the foot of the Andes mountain in Peru, the mighty Amazon spans nine counties and covers 40% of South America on a 4,000 mile...

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River Doubs by Besancon

Doubs

The pretty river Doubs flows along the France-Swiss border through a series of gorges and winding bends. Enjoy the stunning landscapes and breathtaking sights along the valley of the Doubs when you cruise between...

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Magdalena

Magdalena

This 965-mile-long river stretches through the country of Columbia and has been the main commercial thoroughfare since Spain conquered the land in the 16th century. The river provides a rich environment for various fish,...

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Elephant by the Chobe River

Chobe

A river cruise through Chobe National Park is a unique way to see Botswana’s incredible wildlife. During cruises along the Chobe river, you will pass through one of the most densely populated areas in Africa. The islands...

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Zambezi river at dusk

Zambezi

The Zambezi River is the fourth-largest in the African continent and spans across six different nations; Zambia, Namibia, Angolo, Zimbabwe, Botswana and Mozambique. Its breathtaking journey spans an impressive 2,700 km. Along...

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