Scenic Luxury Cruises & Tours has just announced its 2020 Europe River Cruise Collection which is now available for booking.

Travelers who are ready to reserve their spots will have access to the best choice of suites and sail dates and can also receive special savings.

Those booking early can enjoy free roundtrip economy airfare on eight- to 11-day sailings, or premium economy airfare on 11-day or longer journeys. In addition, Diamond Deck guests on 15-day itineraries receive door-to-door transfers from Scenic.

Travelers can select from Scenic’s new 2020 itineraries or from the cruise line’s classic sailings.

Nighttime cityscape of Lyon, France from the Saone River
PHOTO: Famous view of Lyon, France with Saone river at night. (photo courtesy iStock / Getty Images Plus / vwalakte)

New for 2020 is the Spectacular South of France sailing, a 12-day journey that begins in Paris. Travelers then head to Lyon via high-speed train and board the Scenic Sapphire. Sailing on the Saone river in France, passengers stop in Tournus, where they can visit the Chateau de Cormatin or sample French truffles in a nearby village.

Guests then head to Beaune and Tournon, where castles and vineyards await. Two days are spent in Avignon before stops in Tarascon and Viviers. The journey finishes with three days in Lyon.

Panoramic aerial skyline view of London

PHOTO: Panoramic aerial skyline view of London. (photo via ZoltanGabor/iStock/Getty Images Plus)

Travelers can also book the Windmills, Tulips & Belgian Delights with London, which is also new next year and takes travelers from London to Amsterdam on an 11-day trip.

The journey begins with three days in London followed by travel to Amsterdam before heading to European towns such as Edam and Volendam and metropolises like Rotterdam and Antwerp.

Dramatic sunset in Budapest
PHOTO: A dramatic sunset in Budapest. (Photo via Andrew_Mayovskyy / iStock / Getty Images Plus)

The new Lower Danube Explorer takes guests to Eastern Europe and sails from Budapest to Belgrade on an eight-day cruise. Guests have the chance to immerse themselves in local traditions as they cross the Great Hungarian Plain, witness a horse show, visit Osijek, Croatia, for a home-cooked meal and more. The journey wraps up in Belgrade, one of Europe’s oldest capital cities.

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