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Spanish-speaking river cruises

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postedFebruary 7, 2020

As an international organization, CroisiEurope is accustomed to meeting the needs of travelers from around the world—including Spanish speakers—and the company offers 30 different Spanish-language river cruises.

The customers who take advantage of Croisi’s Spanish-only cruises hail from all over the world. “We have an office in Madrid, so we do have many customers from Spain,” says Lynnette Peña of CroisiEurope, “but we also welcome Spanish speakers from Central and South America, the mainland U.S., and Puerto Rico.”

One regularly requested tour is the five-day Semana Santa (Holy Week) river cruise in Holland and Belgium that includes stops in Amsterdam, Rotterdam, and Antwerp, along with excursions to other picturesque towns. Travelers will see the famous tulips of Holland when they visit Keukenhof, the largest and most famous flower park in the world. Every year more than seven million flower bulbs are planted here, resulting in a blanket of color when the tulips, daffodils, irises, and other flowers bloom.

Other popular Spanish-only itineraries include a nine-day cruise on the Rhine River that originates in Holland and continues to Germany, France, and Switzerland; and a seven-day cruise along three rivers—the Rhine, the Main, and the Moselle—that originates in Strasbourg and travels to various destinations in Germany.

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Top photo: The Keukenhof flower park is a featured stop on CroisiEurope's Spanish-speaking-only Holy Week river cruise.
Photo by CroisiEurope River Cruises


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