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Australian Pacific Touring opens 2023 European river cruises

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'Concerto' river vessel AmaReina operates APT’s Amsterdam to Budapest ‘Magnificent Europe’
The APT Travel Group, owner of ‘affordable’ Travelmarvel, is now selling its most popular 2023 European river cruises.

All new bookings made by December 31 will include the company’s Flexible International Booking Cover which allows passengers to postpone a trip and transfer deposits to other sailings up to 65 days prior to departure.

Plan ahead

‘We’re delighted to be releasing our 2023 collection early, providing our guests with the opportunity to plan ahead,’ GM Product Mladen Vukic said. 

Vukic said both APT and Travelmarvel have great Superdeals to encourage passengers to book early.

These include free flights for selected itineraries across 2023 for bookings made by December 31. 

APT is also offering business class airfares of A$2,995 per person on selected itineraries in select suite categories for river cruises of 14 nights or more.

Other Superdeals from APT include flights to Europe for A$995 and no solo supplements for selected cruises.

Early discount

An early payment discount of A$500 per person is also available on selected itineraries when payment is made in full 10 months prior to departure.

APT’s ever-popular 15-day ‘Magnificent Europe’ voyage from Amsterdam to Budapest, operated by the 'Concerto' river vessels of associated company AmaWaterways, costs from A$6,495 twin-share with flights included.

Travelmarvel’s 15-day ‘European Gems’ voyage from Amsterdam to Budapest aboard a ‘Contemporary’ river ship costs from A$5,495 twin-share, including flights.

The new 182-passenger ‘Contemporary’ river vessels Polaris, Capella and Vega, named after the most luminous stars in European skies, will debut in 2022. 

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