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Explore Europe with Cruiseco

First-class river cruise ship River Beatrice.
First-class river cruise ship River Beatrice. Supplied

CRUISECO has two 26-night fly, cruise, coach and stay packages of nine Central and Eastern Europe countries in May and June of this year.
 
They both include three night pre and post-touring stays in Prague and Istanbul with local touring (and a scenic river cruise in Prague,) 14-nights cruising the River Danube between Passau in Germany and Giurgiu in Romania aboard the first-class river cruise ship River Beatrice that has been chartered by Cruiseco exclusively for 160 Australian guests, nine nights escorted coach touring of Romania, Bulgaria and Turkey on board Cruiseco's chartered "business class" Insight Vacations coaches with nightly stays in luxury hotels, and a total 26 breakfasts, 14 lunches and 25 dinners.
 
Cruiseco are also throwing in free return air from Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane or Perth*, as well as onshore excursions during the 14-night river cruise on River Beatrice, and all transfers, port charges and gratuities throughout.
 
From $11,490pp twin-share; these packages can be taken either on May 24 this year from Prague to Istanbul, or on June 1 in the reverse direction.
 
*Cruiseco's fly-free offer is for a limited time and available only until their allocation is expired.

For more information visit www.cruising.com.au.
 
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