We all dream of the upgrade and with Uniworld’s latest promotion, it’s guaranteed.
Uniworld Boutique River Cruise Collection has launched its “You Deserve the Best Upgrade” offer, with accommodation upgrades and an air travel incentive on more than 20 itineraries.
The promotion covers select itineraries for 2017 bookings by April 30 in Europe, India and Vietnam.
Guests receive a complimentary stateroom upgrade, plus those booking a Europe trip can choose from $499 return economy airfares or $4599 business-class fares with Etihad.
For guests travelling to Asia, free economy airfares are offered to Vietnam or India, otherwise business-class airfares can be purchased to Vietnam with Singapore Airlines from $2699.
Among the European itineraries included in the offer is the 15-day Splendours of Italy trip from Milan to Rome, as well as the 10-day Gems of Northern Italy itinerary from Milan to Venice.
Other departures include the new 10-day Rhine Main Discovery and Munich itinerary that introduces Uniworld’s new Jewish Heritage programming and exclusive excursions, as well as the eight-day Paris and Normandy itinerary aboard the company’s newest super- ship and the first to sail the Seine River, the SS Joie de Vivre.
- For more information see uniworld.com or phone 1300 780 231.
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