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*Some taxes, fees extra. Prices are per person, based on double occupancy, unless noted.
$1199 -- Last Minute: 7-Night Danube Cruise w/Drinks & Tips
Source: CMV River Cruises | By Erin Oliveri

Sail along the Danube this summer, Aug. 2, with this all-inclusive river cruise
Aug. 2

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Source: Oceania Cruises

Sail the sparkling waters of the Mediterranean in an oceanview cabin for eight nights stopping in Italy, Greece, Montenegro, Croatia and Slovenia.
Depart Oct. 30, 2015

Source: Oceania Cruises

Cruise for ten nights stopping in Monte Carlo, Portofino, Florence, Rome, Sorrento, Mallorca, Sete, St. Tropez, Provence and Barcelona.
Depart Oct. 14, 2015

Source: Oceania Cruises

Roundtrip air is included from 19 cities. This deal also includes $200 credit, tips and unlimited Internet.
Depart Oct. 5

Source: Online Vacation Center

River cruises place guests in the heart of riverside cities, maximizing quality time in each port.
Depart Nov. 25; Dec. 13, 19, 20

Source: iCruise.com

Explore Europe by land & sea; this deal includes a cruise, hotel stay, transfers & $200 tour credit.
Nov. 7, 14, 21; +$50 Oct. 31; Nov. 3, 10, 17

Source: MSC Cruises

Sail roundtrip Venice in springtime to some of the Mediterranean's most exotic locales aboard the MSC Magnifica.
Depart April 2, 9, 16, 23

Source: MSC Cruises

Absorb the culture of charming European cities with the whole family; kids 11 & under sail free.
Depart Oct. 24, 25, 31; Nov. 1, 7, 8, 14, 15, 22

Source: MSC Cruises

Sail aboard MSC Cruises -- a Mediterranean cruise brand with diverse itineraries in the Caribbean, Bahamas and beyond.
Select 2015-2016 dates

Source: Windstar Cruises

Sail onboard Windstar Cruises, from Rome to Barcelona, stopping in Monte Carlo, Portofino, Cannes and more
Oct. 16, 29

Source: MSC Cruises

This deal include a meet and greet at the airport, transfers 7-night cruise on mega ship and 2-night hotel stay after the cruise.
Depart Aug. 12, 26; +$258 Sept. 16


More Deals on Europe Cruises *

Depart: 2016: Feb. 24; +$50 Jan. 13, Feb. 3
CruCon Cruise Outlet
Depart Sept. 19; +$139 Aug. 22, 29; Sept. 5
MSC Cruises
Aug. 17; +$400 Oct. 17
Windstar Cruises
Depart Dec. 14, 28; +$199 Nov. 16
Priced for October; more departures available
European Cruise Tips

Wake up in a new European city each day and only unpack once; the major benefits of cruising include the opportunity to visit multiple countries in one shot, with all accommodations and transportation included.

Sail to the Mediterranean, stopping in cities such as Barcelona, Civitavecchia (near Rome), Sicily, the Amalfi Coast and Venice, plus posh destinations such as Cannes, Monte Carlo, Portofino and Mallorca. Eastern Mediterranean sailings feature ports in Greece, such as Mykonos, Santorini and Athens, Croatia’s famed Split and Dubrovnik, and Istanbul and Izmir in Turkey.

Northern Europe and Baltic cruises provide rich itineraries which include Amsterdam, Copenhagen, Stockholm, Berlin, St. Petersburg and Helsinki.

Norwegian was voted Europe’s top cruise line at the World Travel Awards, but many diverse options are also available aboard Celebrity Cruises, Royal Caribbean, Oceania Cruises, MSC Cruises and Azamara.

For those seeking a more intimate experience, river cruising has quickly become one of the fastest growing trends in the cruise industry. With smaller ships that are able to navigate through inland waterways, river cruises often dock in the heart of cities and villages such as Vienna, Nuremberg, Frankfurt, Budapest, Paris and Passau, allowing for seamless exploration of places that large ocean carriers could never reach – including Germany’s popular Christmas Markets. Top river cruise lines include Viking River Cruises, AmaWaterways, Avalon Waterways and Uniworld.

Summer is the most popular time to cruise through Europe, but the best Europe cruise deals can be found in the winter, spring and fall months.

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Darlene Carenza — Travel, Entertainment and Local Deal Expert
Darlene Carenza
Deal Expert, Miami
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