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At Viking Cruise & Travel we offer a variety of exclusive tour and cruise vacations. We have worked with our preferred suppliers to offer these travel opportunities with special pricing, amenities, and/or customized offerings for a truly unique vacation experience. In some cases we are able to take advantage of group pricing and pass the savings onto you. To view the current specials click the links below for details. Please contact us for further information.

  • A Central European Land & River Cruise Experience

    Travel from the gothic skyline of Prague to the romantic lights of Paris on this wonderful cruise. After three nights in Prague, cruise along the Danube, Main and Moselle Rivers with stops in some of Germany’s most intriguing cities. Visit Bamberg, Würzburg, Rüdesheim and the Rhine Gorge, the wine village of Bernkastel, and ancient Trier. Then onto exciting Paris for two nights. Dates:31 August - 12 September 2018 Aboard the luxurious Avalon Visionary

  • Viking River Cruises: Lyon & Provence

    Save $125 and tour lands of fine wine & cuisine. Tap into your inner van Gogh at an Arles painting class. Discover Roman Provence at Les Arènes amphitheater and the Pont du Gard. Explore Avignon’s Palace of the Popes. Excite your palate in Lyon, capital of French gastronomy. Savor Beaujolais wines. Hunt for truffles and see how chèvre cheese is made. Come witness the beauty that inspired artists like Cézanne and Chagall on this 8-day Rhône cruise.

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