Crystal River Cruises Announces New Itineraries for 2019

Bruce Parkinson, Open Jaw

Crystal River Cruises has released its enhanced schedule of 2019 voyages, with more seven-day options in addition to the traditional 10-, 11-, 14- and 16-day routes.

The voyages will embark in March 2019 with a fleet of five luxury river ships, including the “Queen of the Danube,” Crystal Mozart, plus four “Rhine Class” sister ships, Crystal Bach, Crystal Mahler, Crystal Debussy and Crystal Ravel.

“We are thrilled to announce more options than ever for Crystal River Cruises’ first full year as a complete family of five river ships,” says Walter Littlejohn, VP & MD of Crystal River Cruises.

The complete 2019 Crystal River Cruises deployment is available for booking.

Here are the new itineraries just released:

Wonders of the Danube, 7 days, Linz to Budapest/Budapest to Linz

Crystal Mahler, Crystal Ravel

Bookended with overnight stays in Budapest and Linz, this voyage also offers two full days in Vienna, plus calls to Krems and Melk, Austria and Bratislava, Slovakia.

Danube Dreams & Discoveries, 7 days, round-trip Vienna

Crystal Ravel, Crystal Mozart

Venturing from Vienna to Hungary’s Esztergom and Budapest (overnight), and Bratislava, Slovakia, this itinerary returns to Austria to visit Melk, Spitz (overnight) and Krems before concluding with an overnight in Vienna.

Magnificent Christmas Markets, 7 days, Passau to Budapest/Budapest to Passau

Crystal Mahler

Showcasing the glittering sights and sounds of the traditional holiday festivities, this itinerary offers longer stays in port throughout, with overnights in Passau, Vienna and Budapest, plus a visit to Linz.

Grand Danube Celebration, 11 days, Budapest to Nuremburg

Crystal Mahler

This singular Christmas holiday voyage features a double overnight stay in Budapest, with Christmas Day spent sailing the Danube River. New Year’s Eve will call in Regensburg, Germany, with other destinations including Bratislava, Vienna (overnight), Krems, Melk, Linz, Passau and ending with an overnight in Nuremberg.

Bruce Parkinson

Bruce Parkinson Editor-in-Chief

An observer and analyst of the Canadian and international travel industries for over 25 years.

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