New Uniworld cruise explores Rivers of the World: Travel Weekly
Uniworld Boutique River Cruises is launching a 46-night Rivers of the World cruise in 2023 that will take travelers from Egypt to Portugal through nine countries on five different ships, the company announced today.
This is a one-of-a-kind itinerary departing from Uniworld and follows AmaWaterways this spring by announcing the launch of two 45-night European cruises on seven rivers in 2023.
“At Uniworld, we always have elevation in mind and we continually strive to grow in new and exciting ways,” said Ellen Bettridge, President and CEO of Uniworld.
She said the itinerary was “the longest and most action-packed sailing to date. It’s an itinerary like no other and a true vacation of a lifetime with surprises around every turn.”
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The Uniworld voyage combines both river and land, starting in Egypt with a two-night stay in Cairo followed by a week-long cruise aboard the company’s new ship, the Sphinx. Customers will then cross the Mediterranean and fly to the Swiss Alps to spend two nights in the lakeside town of Lugano, followed by two nights in Milan before boarding La Venezia for a weeklong cruise along the lagoon. from Venice and the Po river.
The Toulouse Bar and Lounge aboard the Joie de Vivre, which will crisscross the Seine in northern France as part of the Rivers of the World cruise.
From there, the journey continues on the Danube from Budapest, Hungary, to Passau, Germany, aboard the Maria Theresa, followed by a navigation in northern France on the Seine aboard the Joie de Vivre.
The trip ends in Portugal with a Douro cruise aboard the new Sao Gabriel, followed by three nights in Lisbon.
Prices start at $ 38,999 per person.