Europe’s leading river cruise line announced its Family Cruise program for summer 2023. Designed to offer family travelers the best vacation experience while discovering Europe’s beauty, CroisiEurope invites families to embark on its most popular itineraries.
The Family Cruise program ensures both parents and children enjoy their time aboard. Perks of the Family Cruise program include children 16 years and under travel free or at reduced rates, single supplement fees waived, family members placed in adjacent cabins, and child-friendly menus.
On trips to Croatia, children enjoy a 30 percent discount, while CroisiEurope’s Family Club offers free cruises for children 16 and under on select Portugal, Spain and Italy departures.
On the eight-day trip from Portugal to Spain, guests discover everything from Douro Valley to Salamanca, while strolling through Porto and learning about its heritage. This itinerary also includes visits to Lamego and Guimarães. Prices start at $2,906 per person.
Families wanting to see France and Germany can opt for the six-day cruise on the Rhine between Alsace and Germany. Stops include Strasbourg, Rüdesheim and the Black Forest. Prices start at $1,785 per person.
Go on an eight-day journey through the landscapes of Croatia and Montenegro, in which families can explore Dubrovnik, Trogir, Hvar, Korcula and Kotor, as well as the national parks of Krka and Mljet. Pricing starts at $3,206 per person.
Visit here to see a full list of family cruises part of CroisiEurope’s 2023 Family Cruise program.
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