River cruising offers ever-changing landscapes and scenery; smooth sailing with no seasickness; and walk-right-off-the-ship-into-town access to the history, character and cultures along the banks. To truly discover the nature of a land and its people, there’s no better means than traveling by river.
Viking River Cruises operates the world's biggest and foremost array of luxury ships built purposely for river cruising. With cruises to Europe, Russia, China and the Far East, Viking has hosted more than half a million cruisers on magical, informative journeys across the world.
Wtih over 20 Itineraries it can be hard to know which one to book - here are the Itineraries www.CRUISE.co.uk Recommend:
By Cain, Neston on Jul 22 2015 01:19PM
We sailed on the Viking Eistla Budapest to Amsterdam 14 nights. I don't know where this will be posted as they don't have Eistla. in their list of shipsl Now random thoughts. All contact & travel arrangements excellent, although we could have flew from Liverpool direct instead of Manchester/Amsterdam?Budapest but they would only knock off a paltry £100. Found out that Americans & Australians get far better deals than us, this is very poor. The ship is excellent, we had a lower deck cabin, everyone called it Aqua class. Viking advert says half height window this is untrue, it is quarter size & ceiling height therefore you have to stand up to look out, short people...
By O'neill, Bristol on Jun 28 2015 01:53PM
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