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The 6 must-see attractions of Venice, Italy [Part 2/2]
Published on : 06/15/2017
The sculptures, born under masterly hands, are truly spectacular. However, the real highlights here are the large paintings covering the ceilings and the walls, they impress by their sizes and their elegance. So much, that when we get to the main room, we'd suddenly all feel very tiny! Know more
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The 6 must-see attractions of Venice, Italy [Part 1/2]
Published on : 06/08/2017
This cruise along the Pô river in Italy offered me to discover the Serene for the second time. To be honest, among all of the (many) cities I’ve had the chance to visit, Venice is by far my all-time favorite. What strikes the most here is the place’s overwhelming authenticity and exhilarating sophistication. …Know more
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Southwest France, the Gironde estuary and Bordeaux vineyard finest wines [Part 2/2]
Published on : 05/11/2017
For those of you who like the dynamic kind of holidays, the guided tour of Bordeaux (voted last year's most popular touristy city by the reference guide Lonely Planet) can be completed by bike. This is the best way to travel the city and admire its countless listed buildings.Know more
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Southwest France, the Gironde estuary and Bordeaux vineyard finest wines [Part 1/2]
Published on : 04/27/2017
CroisiEurope was the first river company to set up in the Gironde estuary in 2012 with its flagship, the MS Princess d’Aquitaine. In 2013, we launched cruises along the Dordogne and Garonne rivers aboard a second ship, the MS Cyrano de Bergerac. Know more
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Inauguration of the brand-new MS Miguel Torga in Portugal
Published on : 04/07/2017
the brand-new MS Miguel Torga is joining the MS Fernao de Magalhaes, Infante Don Henrique, Vasco Da Gama and Gil Eanes to meet the ever-increasing demand of the CroisiEurope community to sail along the "Golden River".Know more
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Mekong River: at the very heart of Vietnam and Cambobia
Published on : 01/27/2017
Ho Chi Minh City is the very first stop-off of our cruise on the Mekong River. Dynamic and lively are words that come to mind when trying to describe the economic capital city of Vietnam. Everything is moving so fast in this ‘‘organized chaos’’ and only a few take the time to enjoy its outstanding cultural heritage.Know more
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Captivating Venice, following Casanova’s footsteps...
Published on : 01/13/2017
Unique square of Venice (coined piazza while the others are merely campos), St Mark’s Square is “the drawing room of Europe”, according to Napoléon Bonaparte. Although the monuments flanking the square – St Mark’s Basilica, Doge’s Palace and the Campanile – are equally marvellous, the square itself deserves everyone’s interest.Know more
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When the holiday season arrives
Published on : 12/30/2016
Christmas and New Year, everywhere in the world, trigger a moment of well-being, joy and serenity that takes us back to our roots, our history and our values.Know more
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The Balkans - Danube river: off the beaten track cruises (Parts 2-3/3)
Published on : 12/23/2016
Our cruise from Budapest to the Tokaj region along the Danube explores the whole dimension of this Central European country which seduces as much by the historical, architectural and cultural aspect of its big cities as by the impressive serenity that reigns in the Great Southern Plain.Know more
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The Balkans - Danube river: off the beaten track cruises (Part 1/3)
Published on : 12/09/2016
It is along the Sava, tributary of the right bank of the Danube river that we would like to invite you on a cruise where you will discover high-contrast capitals Zagreb and Belgrade and also less known cities but gifted with equally captivating charm.Know more
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