After a few months at home, working remotely, homeschooling children and juggling several roles at once, parents are going to need a well-deserved vacation post COVID-19. If you and your partner are looking for the perfect 2021 getaway, you won’t want to miss this amazing offer from Emerald Waterways.
Emerald Waterways is offering a choice of free airfare to Europe or a $2,000 savings per couple on select European river cruises.
Set sail on the popular eight-day Danube Explorer from Passau to Budapest, and Sensations of Lyon and Provence on the Rhône river in France. The offer also includes the Splendours of Europe itinerary between Amsterdam and Budapest, exploring some of Europe’s most historic towns and cities on one trip. Guests booking select departures on this 15-day sailing will receive a complimentary Extended Drink Package with a value of $450 per couple.
If you want to extend your trip and explore on land, Emerald Waterways is offering 50 percent off land extensions to destinations like Paris and Prague for a limited time.
If you are looking for additional information, contact your local travel agent or visit Emerald Waterways. You can also place brochure orders on the website, or view the digital, downloadable version online.
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