A-ROSA expands excursion programme 

A-ROSA expands excursion programme 

A-ROSA River Cruises has added over 50 new excursions to its 2024 programme, bringing the total of tours it offers to over 650. 

They include new city sightseeing tours, visits to places of interest, and unique experiences such as a personally prepared lunch by a countess on the Douro.

A new discount offer of up to 15% off the excursion price has been introduced when three or more are pre-booked in advance.            

On the Douro, five new excursions are available. There is the chance to a visit to Quinta da Pacheca near Regua, one of the most renowned wineries in the region, dating back to the 16th century, which specialises in both wine and port wine. 

And her Grace, Countess Maria Manuel Cyrne will welcome small groups to her estate in the Douro Valley (pictured) and, after a tour, the countess will personally prepare a special Portuguese lunch for guests to enjoy.

In the new port of Vlissingen, a new flight experience for two offers the chance to get a bird’s eye view of the regions rolling hills, windmills, farmland and more.

The cruise line welcomes A-ROSA ALEA and A-ROSA CLEA into the fleet in April – and their smaller length means they can sail directly into the heart of ports such as Trier and Strasbourg. 

There is a new group excursion from Trier that visits the historic gemstone city of Idar-Oberstein and also offers the chance to marvel at over 100 historic airplanes from aviation history in a nearby museum. 
A-ROSA ALEA will dock in Strasbourg in 2024 and during the festive season, a Christmas Market excursion is now offered.

One of the new options on the Danube is a trip to Gödöllö Castle near Budapest, where guests can walk through the stately halls and gardens which were the former summer residence of Empress Elisabeth of Austria and her husband King Franz Joseph I.

For those sailing on the Rhône, a new exclusive tour for up to just six people will explore the Ardeche region and visit a Château to meet wine growers and enjoy at tasting. There is also a new group bike excursion exploring the landscapes of the Côtes du Rhône region.

 On the Seine, history and nature enthusiasts can now enjoy a new excursion to Château de La Roche-Guyon, a castle that towers over the banks of the Seine and boasts three-hectares of gardens and excellent views.


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