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Viking’s 2021 river cruises now available at 2020 prices

2021 worldwide river itineraries open for sale

Viking has announced its worldwide 2021 river itineraries are open for sale at 2020 prices, including the incredibly popular 15-day Grand European Tour, the 13-dayWaterways of the Tsars voyage and the 10-day Portugal’s River of Gold itinerary.



“Now is the time to plan ahead for your pick of dates, staterooms and value for money for our 2021 departures. 2020 pricing must end soon – we highly recommend booking early to avoid disappointment,” said Michelle Black, managing director of Viking ANZ.


Viking’s most popular itineraries, open for sale for 2021:


  • 15-day Grand European Tour from Amsterdam to Budapest or v.v., from $5,995pp, including free return economy flights to Europe
  • 13-day Waterways of the Tsars cruise from St. Petersburg to Moscow or v.v., from $7,995pp, including free return economy flights to Europe
  • 10-day Portugal’s River of Gold itinerary from Lisbon to Porto, from $4,495pp, plus return economy flights to Europe from just $995pp
  • 8-day Rhine Getaway itinerary from Amsterdam to Basel or v.v., from $3,495pp, plus return economy flights to Europe from just $995pp


State-of-the-art Viking Longships offer guests unprecedented levels of comfort, including full verandas, as well as the largest suites and the most al-fresco dining on Europe’s rivers.


Known as ‘the thinking person’s cruise’, Viking is destination focused, culturally enriching and carefully curated. Itineraries are developed with curious, experienced travellers in mind. Once onboard, every detail of Viking’s ships is designed to enhance and enrich the travel experience, so that guests can deeply understand and connect to the destinations they visit.


Terms and conditions apply. For additional information, contact Viking Cruises at 138 747 (Australia) and 0800 447 913 (New Zealand) or visit


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Published: 9 August 2019

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