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Boutique River Cruises

Award-winning Uniworld - the world's ONLY authentic boutique cruise line™- offers itineraries in spectacular destinations throughout Europe, Russia, Egypt, and Asia. The company’s European fleet features luxurious ships with an average capacity of 130 guests, the highest staff-to-guest ratio in the river cruise industry, enticing shore excursions, world-class gourmet cuisine, impeccable hospitality, and numerous other all-inclusive benefits.

UNIWORLD All INCLUSIVE AMENITIES:

Shore Excursions

Prepaid Gratuities

Unlimited Beverages (including many premium spirits and wines)

All Scheduled Airport Transfers

All Meals Included

Complimentary Wi-Fi

Private Butler Services

Room Service

Stocked In Room Mini Bar

On Board Bicycles and Nordic Walking Poles

On Board Fitness Center

Prepaid Gratuities

All Scheduled Airport Transfers

Complimentary Wi-Fi

On Board Bicycles and Nordic Walking Poles

On Board Fitness Center

Uniworld River Cruise Destinations

Uniworld offer exclusive itineraries and excursions only made possible by a marriage of luxurious proportions. Travel by river to venture to the unbeaten path and experience authentic culture , delicious local cuisine, and the expansive beauty and scenery of the world.


Danube

The Danube River is celebrated as Europe's greatest river . It is Europe's second longest river after the Volga. It is a river of great beauty and importance flowing through central and southeastern Europe, as well as, the Balkans and the Black Sea. Nine countries share its waters, including Germany, Austria, Slovakia, Hungary, Yugoslavia, Serbia, Bulgaria, Croatia, and Romania, creating important trade and transportation centers along it.Framed by rolling hillsides, lush vineyards and medieval castles, the Danube has long been the inspiration of music, novels and poems.

Rhine

The romantic Rhine River originates in Switzerland and winds it's way through France, Germany and Holland before it reaches the Atlantic Ocean. Along its banks are mighty fortresses, romantic palaces and ancient homes. The river nurtures the grapes of countless vineyards and small farms. It is the lifeblood of the region. A trip on the Rhine is trip back through history. Whether you are looking for a romantic weekend break or a long river journey, we have a variety of Rhine River cruises. Choose the one for you and join us on a trip through history.

Main

The Main River is 327 miles long and is the longest river located entirely in Germany. Flowing from east to west, the Main joins the Rhine River at Mainz, Germany. The Main River begins in the Upper Franconia region of Germany; however, the river is only considered navigable between Bamberg and Mainz. In 1992 the Main-Danube Canal opened, which connects the Main and Danube Rivers. The canal begins in Bamberg and meets the Danube River in Kelheim, Germany.

Moselle

The Moselle River is one of the Rhine's longest tributaries, covering roughly 340 miles from its source at Ballon d'Alsace, high in the Vosges Mountains in France, to its end when it joins the Rhine at the city of Koblenz, Germany. In between, the river flows through Lorraine, one of France's most historic regions and the homeland of Joan of Arc. The Moselle also forms an aquatic border between Luxembourg and Germany and passes Alpine valleys, medieval towns, verdant vineyards and fairytale castles.

Seine

The Seine River flows through the center of Paris and is the main artery of the City of Light. You can cruise down one of Europe's most enchanting river through storybook landscapes of vineyards, historic abbeys, Norman castles, tranquil orchards and medieval towns. Explore the beauty of Versailles, see picturesque Honfleur and discover the Alabaster coast. You can visit the home of Claude Monet in Giverny, with its wonderful gardens, stroll the streets of Rouen, the city of Joan of Arc, with it's half timbered houses and immerse yourself in the grandeur of Paris.

Rhône

The Rhône River is one of Europe's major rivers, flowing through Provence and some of France's most historic cities. Starting in the mountains of Switzerland, the Rhône flows to the Mediterranean. Along its shores are some of France's best known wine regions. The Papal Palace in Avignon, vineyards of the Cote du Rhône and the history of Arles all await you. On your Rhône River cruise you will wind through Lyon, noted for its amazing restaurants and silk works. Then it travels through the heart of Provence with its excellent cuisine, ancient towns, fields of lavender and landscapes of Van Gogh.

France

Discover the proud legacy of one of the world’s most acclaimed wine regions. From its noble châteaux to its breathtaking estuary, Bordeaux is an oenophile’s paradise and every traveler’s dream. Sail three stunning rivers—the Garonne, the Dordogne and the Gironde—on one amazing journey. Savor the unique heritage of southwest France, from delightful Pauillac, the gateway to the storied Médoc wine route, to elegant Bordeaux, the “Pearl of the Aquitaine,” as the region is also known. Explore Saint-Émilion’s astonishing 12th-century Monolithic Church, and enjoy the beautiful Médoc vineyards on a bicycle.

Douro

Following the Douro River through Portugal and into Spain, you’ll cruise past steeply terraced hillsides, quaint villages and acres of ripe vineyards. Cruise along the river to Coimbra, the birthplace of six Portuguese kings; and explore Porto’s historic Ribeira district, home to iconic rabelo boats, cutting-edge cuisine and a thriving art scene. Wind your way through the dramatic landscapes of the UNESCO-designated Douro Valley. In Salamanca, Spain, you’ll see the city’s famous university where you can take in a high-spirited flamenco show.

Po(Italy)

The Po is a river that flows eastward across northern Italy and is the longest river in Italy. The river rises in the Monte Viso group of the Cottian Alps on Italy’s western frontier and empties into the Adriatic Sea in the east after a course of 405 miles. Travel from dynamic Milan to romantic Venice. Soak up the enchantment of “The City of Water” and three outer-lying Venetian islands, Burano, Mazzorbo and Torcello. Discover the charm of seaside Chioggia loved by fishermen and artists alike. Explore medieval Padua, once home to Galileo and Copernicus; “bountiful” Bologna; Verona, the famed city of Romeo and Juliet; and UNESCO-designated Ferrara.

Volga(Russia)

Discover the soul of Russia along the shores of the Volga River . Follow the path that Peter the Great took and sail from Moscow to St. Petersburg. Experience these legendary cities rich in culture, tradition and royalty. Experience the grandeur of Russian history, art and culture the imperial cities, grand artistic treasures and spectacular architecture of Russia await your arrival. From the glittering metropolises of St. Petersburg and Moscow to the timeless towns along the Golden Ring, you’ll experience Russia in all its glory and splendor. Explore the dichotomy of Moscow—rich with monuments to both 15th-century tsars and 20th-century communist leaders.

Mekong

From Vietnam’s bustling metropolises to Cambodia’s sleepy villages, explore two ancient, unique, and fascinating cultures united by a single river—the mighty Mekong River. Travel to Ho Chi Minh City which offers a heady mixture of old and new while Hanoi, the capital of Vietnam, surprises visitors with its charm. As the lifeblood of Southeast Asia, the Mekong teems with colorful floating villages and mementos of its French Colonial past. Phnom Penh, Cambodia’s thriving capital, is fast-forwarding to the future yet retains a provincial intimacy. And colorful Siem Reap provides the gateway to the vast UNESCO-designated jungle temple complex of Angkor Wat.

Yangtze

The three gorges of Qutang, Wu and Xiling are the obvious highlight of the Yangtze River. The Qutang is the shortest but the most striking. At its narrowest it is just 100 meters wide, and the enormous rock cliffs on either side are dramatic and imposing. Wu (witches) Gorge is more verdant with a swirling mist often shrouding the jagged peaks. Xiling is the longest and least spectacular, but used to be the most dangerous, until the river was tamed. Then there is the dam itself – a giant construction resembling a science fiction film set. This adventure is designed for travelers seeking a soul-enriching and spiritually enlightening journey, this itinerary encompasses China as well as the mysterious and remote region of Tibet.

Nile

The Nile River is a major north-flowing river in northeastern Africa. It is generally regarded as the longest river in the world. You will be able to wander amongst the towering ruins of the Temple of Karnak, the world’s largest ancient religious complex, and the entrancing Temple of Luxor. Visit temples dedicated to Hathor, Horus, and other mythological figures, and pay homage to the country’s first female ruler at the Temple of Hatshepsut. Follow in the footsteps of renowned scholars and explorers as you venture forth into the Valley of the Kings, the ancient burial grounds of Egyptian royalty.

Ganges

The Ganges River is a trans-boundary river of Asia which flows through the nations of India and Bangladesh. The 1,569 mile river rises in the western Himalayas in the Indian state of Uttarakhand, and flows south and east through the Gangetic Plain of North India into Bangladesh, where it empties into the Bay of Bengal. It is the third largest river in the world by discharge. Your Ganges voyage delves deeply into India’s fascinating historical and religious heritage, working its charm in myriad ways and leaving you with memories that will forever endure.

Uniworld River Cruise Ships

Uniworld’s boutique ships are exactly what that adjective implies: warm, intimate and one-of-a-kind. Each ships is designed with elegance of a ultra-luxurious decor reflecting French inspired 20th-centurty Paris, 18th-century Chateau de Versailles décor or a floating baroque Viennese palace. Your ship is a destination in and of itself, with hidden elements and artful refinements waiting to be explored in every room. Not only is each Uniworld ship unique, complete with handcrafted furniture commissioned exclusively for Uniworld, carefully curated original artwork and antiques, and a bespoke design scheme, but each room onboard your ship is as well.

Uniworld River Cruise Fleet

Uniworld’s fleet is uniquely built and ingeniously designed, melding Old World luxuries with modern conveniences for your maximum comfort. The ships have an average capacity of just 130 guest. Every aspect of our ships décor and every amenity have been carefully chosen with thoughtful attention and solicitous care. While each ship has its own individual style and personality, all of the ships share the same common threads of distinction, elegance with a warm and caring service, making you feel truly at home on your luxurious floating boutique hotel.

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Terms and Conditions

Cruise fare includes all normal shipboard services and facilities plus, all meals, all nonalcoholic beverages, all wines, beers, spirits, shore excursions and gratuities for housekeeping, dining and bar staff. The cruise fare does not include cruise port, security, navigation, berthing, stevedoring, and baggage handling/storage charges, fuel surcharges, fees or charges imposed by governmental or quasi-governmental authorities, sightseeing or meals ashore, taxes, visa fees, valet service, or any item or service whatsoever of a personal nature, such as any massage or salon services which may be provided onboard and for which separate charges may be imposed. All Transfers between the airport and ship on the day of embarkation and disembarkation are included.