Grand Circle Cruise Line Offers Free International Air on Select Fall Departures of its "Eastern Europe to the Black Sea" River Cruise Tour

Travelers save up to $2600 per couple, depending on gateway city

Aug 10, 2015, 11:19 ET from Grand Circle Cruise Line

BOSTON, Aug. 10, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Grand Circle Cruise Line, the award-winning leader in small ship and river cruising worldwide, is offering travelers free international airfare from any U.S. city on two October 2015 departures of  its "Eastern Europe to the Black Sea" River Cruise Tour.   Travelers will save up to $2600 per couple ($1300 pp) on the 13-day itinerary, which begins at $2795 per person, or $215 per day, depending on cabin selection.  Travelers must reserve by September 1, 2015 by calling 1-800-221-2610 and referring to code LBSP 111 at time of booking.  New reservations only.

On Grand Circle Cruise Line's "Eastern Europe to the Black Sea" River Cruise Tour, travelers visit five Eastern European nations—Hungary, Croatia, Serbia, Bulgaria, and Romania—exploring both Old World villages and rejuvenated world capitals.  Highlights include a Home-Hosted Lunch in Croatia, discussions with local residents, a visit to historic Constanta, Romania, and, while cruising between Serbia and Romania, sailing through the noted series of hydroelectric dams known as the Iron Gates.  

Eastern Europe to the Black Sea
Explores Budapest, Hungary; Croatia: Batina, Osijek, Vukovar; Serbia: Novi Sad, Belgrade; Bulgaria: Vidin, Ruse; and Romania: Constanta, Bucharest.
13 days from $2795 pp, including free airfare from any U.S. city
2015 Departure Dates: 10/28, 10/29

Savings by Gateway:

Gateway

 Was 


Now





New York, Newark

$1,100.00


Free





Atlanta, Baltimore, Boston, Houston, Miami, Philadelphia, Washington, DC

$1,200.00


Free





Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Detroit, Los Angeles, Minneapolis, Orlando, Phoenix, Portland, San Diego, San Francisco, Seattle, Tampa

$1,300.00


Free

 

What's Included 

International airfare from any U.S. city, including airport transfers and government taxes, fees, and airline fuel surcharges; Accommodations: 10 nights aboard a private Grand Circle river ship in an outside cabin and 1 night in Bucharest at the Superior First-Class Ramada Plaza Bucharest or similar; Meals: 32 meals (11B, 10L, 11D), including Captain's Welcome and Farewell receptions and dinners and complimentary beer, wine, and soft drinks served during all onboard lunches and dinners; 7 Tours; Exclusive Discovery Series events: Home-Hosted Lunch; Discussion with a Serbian local; Life Under Communism discussion; services of Grand Circle's expert Program Directors; All port charges—a value of $145 pp; Gratuities for local guides and motor coach drivers on one's main trip; Baggage handling for one piece of luggage per person; and 5% Frequent Traveler credit.

For the past three years in a row, Grand Circle Cruise Line has been rated the #1 "World's Best River Cruise Line" in Condé Nast Traveler's Readers' Choice Awards.  For more information, please call Grand Circle at 1-800-221-2610, or to view a video, please click Eastern Europe to the Black Sea.

About Grand Circle Cruise Line

Established in 1998, Grand Circle Cruise Line offers 16 River Cruises and Cruise Tours throughout Europe as well as 14 Small Ship Cruise Tours to Burma, Antarctica, Panama, Europe, the Dalmatian Coast, Greece and the Greek Islands, the Aegean, Adriatic and beyond.  The cruise line is a division of Grand Circle Corporation, which also is comprised of Overseas Adventure Travel (est. 1978) and Grand Circle Travel (est. 1958).  Grand Circle has more than 40 offices worldwide and approximately 3,500 associates, guides, and crew serving more than 110,000 travelers per year.  In 1992, owners Alan and Harriet Lewis established the nonprofit Grand Circle Foundation to support communities in which Grand Circle works and travels, including some 300 humanitarian, cultural, and educational endeavors worldwide—among them, 100 schools, in 50 countries.  The Foundation is an entity of the Lewis Family Foundation, which has pledged or donated more than $130 million since 1981.    

 

SOURCE Grand Circle Cruise Line