When it comes to choosing a river cruise, the devil’s in the detail. STEPHEN SCOURFIELD offers some expert advice
Unpack once and see all the sights from the comfort of a moving hotel.
River cruising is one of the easiest ways to see a lot in Europe, without too much effort.
So, what is the difference between what the various river cruise companies offer?
The ships are basically the same length and width, so the detail of what goes into them is what matters, as Stephen Scourfield explains in our Travel Club Show.
And you get to see inside lots of very unusual cabins...
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