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Riviera River Cruises recently announced the addition of three new solo traveler itineraries in France, Germany and the Netherlands for next year, as well as 2020 departure dates for four existing solo itineraries. On these cruises dedicated entirely to solo travelers, guests can expect to be treated to the same fine dining, shore excursions, and experiences that guests on other itineraries take part in.

“As interest in solo travel has grown in recent years, we’re proud to be the only European river cruise line offering departures exclusively for guests who are on their own—on these cruises, that means single occupancy in every cabin and suite across the ship, with no single supplement,” said Marilyn Conroy, Riviera River Cruises’ v.p. of sales and marketing North America, in press materials.

In 2020, Riviera River Cruises will depart on seven solo traveler cruises. The newly added itineraries include the Amsterdam, Kinderdijk & the Dutch Bulbfields River Cruise for Solo Travelers departing on March 30 for a 5-day journey; The Seine, Paris & Normandy River Cruise for Solo Travelers setting sail on March 31 for an 8-day voyage; and the Medieval Germany River Cruise for Solo Travelers departing on Oct. 24 also on an 8-day voyage.

Previously scheduled solo itineraries include:

  • The Blue Danube River Cruise for Solo Travelers, an 8-day journey with departures on March 30, April 3 and Nov. 2.
  • Burgundy, the River Rhone & Provence River Cruise for Solo Travelers departing April 2 for an 8-day trip
  • Rhine, Strasbourg & Heidelberg River Cruise for Solo Travelers, an 8-day cruise setting sail on Oct. 31.
  • The Douro, Porto & Salamanca River Cruise for Solo Travelers with departures of the 8-day journey scheduled on Nov. 8 and Nov. 13.

Rates for these solo cruises start at $1,389 pp. In addition, while Riviera River Cruises offers these itineraries specifically for solo travelers, each of the cruise line’s other itineraries also feature a limited number of single-supplement-free cabins throughout the year.

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