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Europe River Cruising with APT

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Europe River Cruising with APT

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Discover a different side to Europe on a relaxing cruise on the Rhine, Rhône and Moselle rivers, and enjoy unparalleled Royal Invitations on selected cruises. Travel like an emperor with a  private journey on the decadent Majestic Imperator Train, a replica of the Hapsburg train built from the original plans, take a private tour with lavish banquet at Germany’s Namedy Castle, attend a private concert featuring Mozart Boys Choir members at Vienna’s City Palace, and explore the Hungarian State Opera House in Budapest on a guided tour with a private opera recital.

In 2016 APT have an extensive range of itineraries aboard their award-winning river ships, including their newest river cruising program through the heart of France’s sensational Bordeaux wine region.

On the ever-popular Magnificent Europe river cruises, there are four decadent royal-themed Signature Experiences that are available exclusively to APT guests. 

On board, world-class service is paramount, as is APT’s commitment to personal choice. Guests can enjoy the spacious public areas, a wide range of suite options - including Panoramic Balcony and Twin Balcony suites, up to seven different dining experiences in a range of locations and the recreational facilities abound.

Allow yourself to be swept away on a grand discovery of Europe’s most beautiful rivers. Ideal for those who appreciate the finer things in life. Uncover the region’s fascinating history, taste incredible gourmet food and sample some of Europe’s finest wines on this exceptional river cruise.

Wind along the picturesque Moselle River and drink in lush vineyards and rolling hills of the Moselle Valley. Discover a side to Europe you haven’t seen before, as you soak up the rich history of the World Heritage-listed Rhine Gorge. Once forming a border of France, the region now evokes a quintessentially German feel. The south-facing slopes are ideally located for cultivating wine grapes and as a result, the Rhine is a large producer of Riesling.

Your unforgettable gastronomic journey through Europe continues in France. Discover traditional bouchons (restaurants that serve only locally produced food and wine) in Lyon, often thought of as the culinary capital of France.

Life moves ever so slightly slower along the banks of the Rhône as we enter the stunning sun-soaked Provence wine region of southern France. In Beaujolais, enjoy a tour of a family owned and run winery. Learn about the unique production methods used to produce wine such as the now-famous beaujolais nouveau variety.

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