TORONTO — Canadian cruisers can save up to 30% with Uniworld Boutique River Cruises’ new wave season offer.
Launched in anticipation of the return of global travel, the ‘Cruise Back Into Travel’ offer allows clients to save 10% to 30% on select dates and itineraries now through March 31, 2021. Plus, guests who purchase flights through Uniworld will receive an additional $700 per person in savings as well as a private car transfer from the airport to the ship.
The offer applies to select departures on Uniworld sailings including:
- Milan, Venice & the Gems of Northern Italy: This 10-day voyage from Milan to Venice explores Northern Italy’s vineyards and visits the canal cities of Venice and Burano.
- Splendors of Egypt & the Nile: On this 12-day sailing from Cairo, guests will explore the Temple of Karnak and Luxor, visit the Temple of Hatshepsut and venture through the Valley of the Kings.
- Enchanting Danube: This eight-day sailing from Budapest to Passau takes in some of the best highlights of Eastern and Western Europe.
The offer also applies to the following U River Cruises sailings:
- Amsterdam and Brussels Bound: This eight-day itinerary from Brussels to Amsterdam sails along the Rhine River through The Netherlands and Belgium, allowing guests to explore the sights while on bike tours and sample delectable food
- Eastern European Escape: While on this eight-day voyage from Vienna to Belgrade, guests will explore the sights in Vienna, learn about Budapest’s dramatic architecture and marvel over picturesque landscapes in between
- Vienna Vibe: During this eight-day sailing from Nuremberg from Vienna, guests will sail along the Danube, view public art displays in Linz, ride bikes in Bavaria and take a cooking class in Vienna
To reassure guests when travel resumes, Uniworld’s self-disinfecting ships in Europe purify their own air and surfaces of bacteria and viruses, including COVID-19. Plus, Uniworld is reminding guests of river cruising’s many benefits during this time, such as smaller ships with fewer guests, constant proximity to land and shoreside resources, no crowds and high guest-to-crew ratio.