River cruising is a wonderful story of discovery—complete with easygoing comfort and convenience. You'll uncover treasures you find straight out from history books and fairytales. Allow these peaceful waterways to serve as your pathway for a journey of a lifetime!
Cruising through the magnificent and scenic Douro River, which rises in Spain and reaches the Atlantic Ocean in Porto, is the best way to see Portugal's lush, terraced vineyards of the Douro River Valley. Along the Douro, visit Porto, and try Portugal's world-famous Port wine and visit charming rural villages.
Sail the Rhine River, one of Europe’s longest and most important waterways for transportation and trade. Meander through the Upper Middle Rhine Valley, a UNESCO World Heritage site, with its stunning castles and natural beauty. Gracing the shores of the Upper Middle Rhine Valley are more Medieval castles than in any other river valley in world!
On this relaxing cruise through Northern France, you will enjoy delicious cuisine, fine wine, and breathtaking art. Cruise the Seine River from Paris to charming towns and villages. Visit Monet’s home in Giverny, where you will see the Japanese bridge and water garden, with its pond still full of lilies, which inspired Monet’s great works of art.
The Danube River stretches from Germany’s Black Forest all the way to the Black Sea, passing through unforgettable cities in Germany, Austria, Slovakia, Hungary, Croatia, Serbia, Bulgaria, and Romania. Take a Uniworld cruise along the Danube and see the picturesque Wachau Valley, a UNESCO World Heritage site, with its steep hills, wineries, and quaint villages.
The Moselle, a tributary of the Rhine River, is famous for its picturesque scenery and most famous for being the wine-growing region of the Moselle River Valley. You'll cruise through lovely, wine villages perched on vine-clad steep slopes, and Medieval feeling towns which give the Moselle River region a very unique character.
The Saône is a river in eastern France and a right tributary of the Rhône River in Lyon. The river rises in Monts Faucilles to Lyon and linked to other river systems by canals. Along the beautiful Saône, you’ll cruise through charming towns and picturesque, vineyard-covered hillsides in France’s famous Burgundy wine region.
One of the major rivers of Europe, the charming Rhône River stretches from Switzerland to France. The Rhône was an important trade route since the times of the Greeks and Romans. The scenic Rhône River Valley from Lyon to the north and Avignon to the south is an important wine growing region famous for its red wines.
The Main is one of the most significant tributaries of the Rhine River. The Main flows through the German states of Bavaria, Baden-Württemberg, and Hesse. The Main River connects to the Danube River via the Rhine-Main-Danube Canal. A cruise along the Main is a relaxing way to visit this scenic part of Germany.
The Po River,Italy's longest river, is surrounded by the most heavily cultivated land in Europe. Along the Po is some of the Italy's most beautiful and historic towns: Piacenza, Pavia, Cremona, Mantova, and Ferrara.
The Garonne River flows toward Bordeaux before reaching the Atlantic by way of the Gironde Estuary. This iconic river—an important waterway for inland trade—connects storied French cities and towns, including Bordeaux, Blaye, and more.