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The Cruise season
Whatever the season, whatever the month of the year, you have the opportunity to go on a cruise with CroisiEurope. From Northern to Southern Europe, The Far East and beyond, the sun shines one way or another in any season. Let yourself be guided by our know-how and make your choice according to your wishes.
The cruise season is eight months long, from March to October for European cruises and often all year-round for our long distant cruises. Spring, summer, autumn ... Our wide range of destinations in Europe and around the world opens up the doors of discovery in a kaleidoscope of colours, flavours, landscapes.
Sun lovers will enjoy cruising in Southern Europe: Italy, Portugal, Andalusia, Croatia ... Our entire fleet offers largely open panoramic viewing platforms with their comfortable sun bridges, conducive to relaxation between city visits and other sight-seeing trips.
Romantic, historical and cultural heritage enthusiasts can travel North. The Netherlands with its dazzling tulip fields in the spring, Belgium and its canal cities where you can cycle, the romantic Rhine and its legends, dotted with fortresses, stretching out their battlements into the calm and enchanting waters.
Culture, music and romance .... Central Europe, along the "beautiful blue Danube" seduces our customers from the first fruits of spring until Christmas. From the Black Forest to the Danube Delta, our routes run through up to 10 countries: Austria, Germany, Slovakia, Hungary, Croatia, Serbia, Bulgaria, Romania, Moldova and Ukraine.
These cruises are timeless. No matter the season, they all offer the widest point of view on grandiose landscapes such as the Iron Gates between the Carpathians and the Balkans, a mosaic of nationalities, in countries that have seen the birth and inspiration of some of the greatest artists, painters, poets and musicians.