Set to sail in 2023, this first of its kind 46-night ‘Rivers of the world’ cruise will take you on a luxurious trip to 9 mediterranean countries


If you wish to disconnect in style and take off to the seas socially – this cruise is perfect for you! We’re talking about Uniworld’s first-ever 46-nights package that promises to take travelers across nine Mediterranean countries in the most lavish of settings.


Called the ‘Rivers of the world’ cruise, the sojourn includes travel aboard five luxury ships combining cruise and land. Beginning in Egypt with a celebratory kick-off event and two-night land stay in Cairo, the journey traverses through the Mediterranean Sea and the Swiss Alps, followed by stops in chic Milan and thereafter the new S.S. La Venezia for a week-long cruise along the Venice Lagoon and Po River.

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Guests also get to sail to Hungary, from Budapest to Passau through the heart of the former Holy Roman Empire and explore the best of Northern France along the Seine, and end their travels at Portugal with a cruise through the Douro River Valley, followed by a three-night land stay in Lisbon.

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Commenting on it, Ellen Bettridge, chief executive of Uniworld Boutique River Cruises, said, “At Uniworld, we always have elevation at the top of mind and strive to take steps forward in fresh and exciting ways; continuously.”

She further added, “We’re so proud to announce the inaugural ‘Rivers of the World’ itinerary; our longest and most action-packed sailing to date spanning nine countries aboard five of our world-class Super Ships. It’s an itinerary like none other and a true holiday of a lifetime with surprises at every turn.”

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The 46-night sail will depart on May 20, 2023, with prices including onboard dining, unlimited premium wine, beer and spirits, Wifi, excursions, scheduled airport transfers, onboard gratuities, and flights between cruise segments.

[Via: Breaking Travel News]