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Celebrate Women’s History Month By Following In The Footsteps Of These Remarkable Figures
10th March 2020
Women’s History Month is celebrated throughout March in the UK and USA, presenting the perfect opportunity to commemorate some of the most influential females in world history. Why not follow in the footsteps of the great figures listed below?
Whether you choose ‘Beethoven Cruise on the Rhine’, departing 27th October, or ‘Classical Music on the Danube’, departing 29th October, there are many ways you can celebrate the great man’s life and work.
Whether you’re interested in a cruise like this for the breathtaking scenery found in this part of the world or to experience this ground-breaking canal for yourself, here are five facts about the project.
Although not a port on the Douro River, the city is easily reached via land from somewhere like Vega de Terron (another stop on the itinerary). So, when you cross the border from Portugal into Spain, here are some must-do things in Salamanca.
With the help of the far-reaching European rail network, your river cruise could include the chance to explore more of a region and secure more unforgettable experiences in the process. Here are four different rail extensions you could consider.
Whether you choose a Mississippi River cruise, a journey along the Snake and Columbia rivers or a coastal voyage through New England, an American Cruise Lines itinerary presents the opportunity to follow in the footsteps of legendary people – both real and fictional.
Whilst some river cruises feature relaxing journeys along the classic European waterways, there is another group, at the opposite end of the scale, that provides the chance to take the road less travelled through a variety of exotic destinations.
There are so many great reasons to dip your toe into the world of river cruising and, once you do, you’re sure to be hooked for life. Here are just a few arguments as to why this should be your year to sail one of the world’s breathtaking waterways.
Along with the beautiful temples and pagodas found in the towns and cities, a number of caves add to the sacred atmosphere on the surrounding banks. Here are three such caves you may discover on your journey along the Mekong.
3 Places At Which To Mark Veterans Day With American Cruise Lines
12th November 2019
Always a moving occasion, events will be held all over the USA on 11th November to commemorate Veterans Day. With that in mind, here are three points of interest where you can mark Veterans Day 2019 during an East Coast Inland Passage or Mississippi River cruise.
For many people, Vernon is just a departure point from which to travel to Giverny to see Monet’s famous gardens. And, whilst the Impressionist’s house is an interesting excursion to look out for, there is plenty more to see and do in Vernon itself.
Port wine is not the only reason to choose a river cruise through the Douro Valley. This slow-paced holiday can also cater to many other interests, meaning there are plenty of excuses to come along, even if port isn’t your preferred tipple.
From Cairo (often included as a pre-cruise stay option) to Aswan, there are so many amazing sights to visit on a Nile River cruise. Here are ten amazing temples to look out for on your list of activities.
Themed river cruises are a great way to combine a well-deserved holiday with one of your biggest passions. And now, A-Rosa has announced a series of archaeology themed river cruises throughout Europe in 2020.
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