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WHY CHOOSE RIVIERA TRAVEL?


8 days from £999pp or 15 days from £1,499pp


Riviera travel are pleased to announce the release of our brand new all-suite ships for 2017, the MS Thomas Hardy, the MS Emily Brontë and the MS Oscar Wilde, operating alongside our luxurious and elegant selection of five-star vessels including the MS Lord Byron, MS William Shakespeare, MS Jane Austen and MS Charles Dickens, all boasting superb cuisine and the most comfortable surroundings possible.


• Eleven carefully crafted River Cruise itineraries • Which? Recommended Provider four out of five years • Many excursions included in the price • No hidden costs or surcharges - we never discount!


• Flights from a selection of regional UK airports and Eurostar options also available on selected cruises


• Highest repeat booking ratio • The industry’s finest tour managers*


• More customers would book again and recommend us to a friend than any of our competitiors*


Superb fine dining throughout Five-star MS Thomas Hardy full balcony suite


Five-star MS Jane Austen bathroom


To discuss how we can support you...


Call: 01283 744370 or visit: rivieratravel.co.uk/agents Subscribe to our agents newsletter! Email: agencysales@rivieratravel.co.uk


ABTA No. V4744 Full Riviera Travel booking conditions apply. *Source - PwC Independent Research.

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