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Taking a Rhine River Cruise

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Have you ever wondered what a river cruise is like and whether it’s right for you? The boats are obviously smaller than cruise ships and there is a more intimate atmosphere. You are always within sight of land which makes the experience a great deal more interesting. River cruising takes you right in the heart

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6 Reasons to take a Baltic Cruise

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If you’re looking for a trip that combines a slower pace of cruising with the culture of some of Northern Europe’s most beautiful cities, then a Baltic cruise might just be the answer. Scandinavia and Russia are often overlooked in favour of the more popular cruise destinations. But the Baltic region holds plenty of attractions

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Top Cruise Destinations

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Cruises are a a great way to see the world – modern cruise ships are like luxurious floating hotels which deliver their passengers to some amazing places. Cruises can offer great value too, as the fare that you pay includes your accommodation, food, some drinks and entertainment, although you usually have to pay extra for

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Best River Cruises in Europe

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Imagine sitting on a long, low deck, watching the world slip slowly past as you glide silently along a tranquil river. On either side, picturesque villages, peaceful countryside, and medieval European cities pass you by, with time each day to stop and explore. I’m a big fan of slow travel, and it doesn’t come much

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The Best No Fly Cruises from the UK

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Delayed flights. Luggage allowances. Shuttle buses. Jostling for a seat. Getting through customs. The airport can be one of the most stressful parts of a holiday, meaning that you return home frazzled rather than relaxed. With a no fly cruise you can completely avoid the airport, being ferried to and from the sun in style