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  • Iceland Waterfall and Rainbow

    Cruising to Iceland: Land of Fire and Ice

    Who would have guessed that one of the hottest cruise destinations in the world would feature “ice” in its name?!? But don’t let the name fool you, Iceland is also full of hot springs, geothermal geysers, lava fields and volcanoes – not to mention a stunning midnight sun that sets the landscape afire. To be […]

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  • Crystal Mozart exterior

    The Luxurious Crystal Mozart Christened in Vienna

    The “queen of European Rivers” was officially welcomed into the Crystal River Cruises fleet on July 11, 2016 with a fabulous, overtly sophisticated christening in Vienna, Austria. Thanks to the spectacular amenities and all-suite accommodations featured on this world-class cruise, Crystal Mozart has positioned herself as the largest of all European river vessels with the highest […]

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  • Embark on Overnight Adventures with Azamara Club Cruises

    No two cruise itineraries are the same. What may be pleasurable in the Caribbean may be a learning experience in the Mediterranean, and no cruise line gets this concept better than Azamara Club Cruises! Whether it’s exploring the hidden gems of the ancient Mayan ruins in Puerto Chiapas, Mexico, partaking in unforgettable Bedouin adventures in […]

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  • Euro vs US Dollar

    Why NOW is the Best Time to Cruise to Europe

    Cruises have always been one of the best ways to see Europe. No other vacation gives travelers as affordable and diverse an opportunity to explore so many cultures, cuisines, landmarks and histories in one trip – along with the convenience of traveling aboard a floating hotel or resort. As popular as European cruises have been […]

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  • Salzburg, Austria

    The Sound of Music with Uniworld Boutique River Cruising

    Uniworld Boutique River Cruises’ guests will now be able to relive The Sound of Music on select sailings in 2015. This special music themed cruise is in celebration of the 50th anniversary of the wonderful 1965 Oscar-winning film that introduced us to the Von Trapp family. Music themed cruises are another variation of the very […]

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  • Stonehenge in England

    Cruising the British Isles

    St. Patrick’s Day has come and gone, but if you’re anything like us, March 17th had you thinking about a cruise vacation to the Emerald Isle and neighboring United Kingdom. The British Isles, as they’re referred to collectively, include Ireland, Northern Ireland, England, Scotland and Wales. These countries feature an abundance of historically significant sites, […]

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  • Christmas Market in Germany

    River Cruising to Europe's Christmas Markets

    As you prepare to gather with family and friends this holiday season, consider your favorite Christmas traditions. Many of these traditions and holiday hallmarks are actually rooted in German culture, including gingerbread houses, Advent calendars and decorating Christmas trees. These popular traditions are also at the heart of Europe’s Christmas Markets – seasonal festivals devoted […]

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  • Cruise Event Spotlight: 10 Fun Facts About the Sochi 2014 Olympics

    This time next week the Olympics will be starting. There will be all the pomp and circumstance, the rivalries and the ever fascinating stories of how hard athletes trained to make it there. But this Olympics will also have some new things too. So let’s break down what’s special about the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics […]

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