Trade Preview: Avalon Waterways’ best-selling cruises now bookable for 2019

Avalon Waterways has opened 2019 bookings on ten of its most popular cruises. Complete details of the 2019 cruise programme will be released to the general public on March 15, giving agents the upper hand to secure the most sought after staterooms for their customers.

From the Seine to the Dutch waterways, the company’s best-selling river cruises from the past year are:

  • Ten-day Legendary Danube from Prague to Budapest from £2,156 per person.
  • Eight-day Romantic Rhine from Amsterdam to Basel from £1,804 per person.
  • Seven-day Paris to Normandy from £2,147 per person.
  • Eight-day Romantic Rhine from Basel to Amsterdam from £1,902 per person.
  • The 13-day The Blue Danube Discovery from Budapest to Prague from £2,444 per person.
  • The 12-day The Danube from the Black Sea to Budapest from £3,205 per person.
  • Ten-day Burgundy and Provence from £2,819 per person.
  • Eight-day Tulips of Northern Holland from £1,778 per person.
  • 15-day Magnificent Europe from Budapest to Amsterdam from £3,359 per person.
  • 15-day Magnificent Europe from Amsterdam to Budapest from £3,898 per person.

To book a 2019 departure on selected cruises, travel agents are invited to contact the call centre sales team directly at 0800-668 1843.


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