Almost one million passengers took a river cruise in 2019. But how do you tell the difference between riverships that are good and not so good? Douglas Ward does it for you – testing the vessel facilities, cuisine, service, quality and other aspects of a river cruise. You’ll find it all in the 320-page Berlitz River Cruising in Europe and the USA (now its third edition, published in June 2018.
The book compares the river cruise companies and explains their differences. Buy from your local bookseller, or online from www.amazon.com. It is also available to download as an e-book from Google Play or from the App Store. If you buy the print book, the e-book version is free from www.insightguides.com/walkingeye.
About River Cruising
A river cruise provides an antidote to the pressures of life in a fast-paced world, without the occasional turbulance experienced aboard ocean-going cruise ships. It’s the right choice for anyone seeking smooth sailing and for experiencing the heartland of Europe and the USA. River cruises feature good food, unstuffy surroundings and enjoyable company. With a maximum of 200 passengers, riverships provide a harmonious blend of public and private space. There are over 15,000 river cruises to choose from.