2023 brings new experiences to river cruises Uniworld Boutique

River Cruises Uniworld Store heads into 2023 with a long list of experiences, itineraries, expansions and updates that will wow your customers looking to travel to Europe and beyond!

“Innovation is always a priority for us at Uniworld,” Ellen Bettridge, President and CEO, said in a press release. “Each year, we strive to make the next river cruise season even better than the last. We’re rolling out new offerings and expanding our portfolio with experiences we’re confident new and returning customers will appreciate.

New Routes

Believe it or not, the new year is right around the corner, and with it comes four new Uniworld routes.

15 days Greater Central Europe the route will sail along three iconic rivers – the Rhine, the Main and the Danube – through Switzerland, France, Germany and Austria. 10 days Zurich and the Rhine Valley the route will sail along the Rhine and Main through Switzerland, France and Germany. Guests also have the option of taking a day trip to the wonderful spa town of Baden-Baden with its two thermal baths and famous casino. A new 8 days Belgian holiday markets The itinerary will showcase Belgium’s untapped Christmas markets and holiday treats at the most festive time of the year. Finally, a 46-night rivers of the world The cruise will depart on May 20, 2023, taking guests to nine countries aboard five luxury super ships and combining both cruise and land.

Updated routes

In 2023, customers wishing to book in Italy or Vietnam will find updated itineraries. The guests on board SS La Venezia will receive an even more immersive experience in Venice and Veneto on the Milan, Venice and the jewels of Veneto sail. New inclusions are a Po Delta sailing to see Italy’s only delta and largest national wetland reserve; a Bragozzo boat trip and wine tasting at the romantic villa Ca’Zen in Chiogga and demonstration of Murano glass blowing.

Moreover, the Timeless wonders of Vietnam and Cambodia the itinerary will increase from 13 to 15 days, with two additional days in the capital of Vietnam, Hanoi, at the end or the beginning of the trip.


from Uniworld Evenings private parties will be included on nearly all European itineraries in 2023. New experiences include an evening at Faber-Castell in Nuremberg, a German pencil dynasty and one of the world’s oldest family businesses founded in 1761 on the Delicious Danube itinerary; a night visit to the Bassins des Lumières in Bordeaux, the largest digital art center in the world dedicated to the great historical artists of the Brilliant Burgundy sail; and a private visit to the Saint Sava Church in Belgrade with a concert by the boys’ choir and a tasting of the brandy of the monks on the Eastern Europe Highlights travel.

New Masterpiece Collecting Experiences

Upgrading your customers to the Masterpiece Collecting Experiences in 2023 means they will have the opportunity to visit the famous Anne Frank House in Amsterdam; take a Bavarian peasant cooking class, visit a Bavarian farm or take a sausage-making workshop in Germany; explore the mystical German Black Forest and much more.

New Travel Extensions

The “new” continues with extensions which include 2 nights in Interlaken in conjunction with the Remarkable Rhine and historic Holland itinerary with a visit to the Jungfraujoch, the “Roof of Europe”; 4 nights at the Red Sea Post in collaboration with the Splendors of Egypt and the Nile trip with visit to St. Catherine’s Monastery; a 4-night train supplement from/to Venice and Zurich; and a 4-night return rail supplement to/from Budapest.

For more information, visit uniworld.com.

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