2019 is the 75th Anniversary of D-Day

There's something very important occuring next year that makes Europe a destination we should all consider visiting. 2019 is the 75th anniversay of D-Day. D-Day was June 6, 1944. It's the fateful day in World War II when the Allied Forces invaded France from the shores of Normandy. If you're a history buff or have family members that served, you may be interested in ways that you can commemorate this historic occasion. The best way is on a river cruise. The rivers in Europe played an important role in turning the tide of the war. It makes perfect sense to experience it as the soldiers did, on the rivers and beaches of Europe.

A river cruise offers scenic views, extended time in each city, included excursions, gourmet dining, and luxurious accommodations all in one price. There are several river cruise itineraries that allow you to follow the path of Germany's capture of Western Europe and the Allied nations' heroic fight to regain control from the Nazis. Ranging from 7 to 15 days, this special river cruise includes stops in historical WW II cities like Paris, Rouen, Rotterdam, Dunkirk, Honfleur, and Zebrugge.