Any time a country or region imposes any sort of visa stipulation - even if it’s a waiver - the travel industry sighs a collective groan, knowing the obstacles and headaches to come.
LOS ANGELES – Crystal Cruises and Crystal River Cruises are offering incredible savings to the tune of thousands of dollars for 2017 European voyages with a brand new offer called ‘Crystal Sky Savings.’
The offer features roundtrip Business Class airfare for US$999 per person with Crystal Symphony ocean sailings throughout Western and Northern Europe and the British Isles, as well as with Crystal Mozart river cruises sailing roundtrip from Vienna along the Danube River.
For nearly two dozen voyages from April through December of next year, guests flying from one of 18 major North American gateway cities can take advantage of the Business Class airfare when booking a Penthouse or Deluxe Stateroom with Verandah on Crystal Symphony; or the Two-Bedroom Crystal Suite with French Balcony or Penthouse with French Balcony on Crystal Mozart. Alternatively, guests may choose a roundtrip Economy Class air add-on for $249 per person when booked in a Penthouse, Deluxe Stateroom with Verandah or Deluxe Stateroom with large picture window on Crystal Symphony. The economy air offer for Crystal Mozart applies to purchases of Suites with Fixed Window categories and above.
“The ‘Crystal Sky Savings’ offer allows travelers to begin their dream luxury vacation before they even arrive aboard their Crystal ship,” says Edie Rodriguez, Crystal’s CEO and president. “Beyond the actual dollars saved, this special savings applies to such a wide array of European itineraries that our guests continue to enjoy the luxury of choices when traveling with Crystal.”
In 2017, Crystal Symphony will sail to some of Europe’s most coveted locales, from the Canary Islands and the Italian coastline to Reykjavik and Rome. Crystal Mozart travels along the Danube River from her home port of Vienna on 10- and 13-day routes, calling in locales in Hungary, Germany, Croatia, Serbia and Slovakia.