Everything posted by Caligirl58
I don't have the wealth of experience that many do who have already posted. We have only done two river cruises so far - but our first (2017) was Uniworld's Castles Along the Rhine from Amsterdam to Basel, and it was wonderful in every way. We enjoyed it so much that we did another Uniworld cruise (Delightful Danube and Prague) last summer and hope to do others when it is safer to travel. We like the fact that Uniworld is all-inclusive (except for a few extra excursions) -- no nickel/diming, no surprises at the end. Tips are not required/expected (although we did tip our housekeeper and a
I am the original poster. As to whether it is "just perception", I can only tell you (as I stated in my original post) that we visited with several other passengers who had cruised Uniworld in the past - some more than once- and all had the same "perception" that this cruise did not measure up to previous cruises. Coincidence? Maybe. But unlikely, in my opinion. I am very happy to see this thread active again. It is always helpful to hear all sides.
I'd be interested in getting input from other Uniworld passengers. My husband and I just returned from our second Uniworld cruise - Delightful Danube & Prague (Budapest to Prague) – on the S.S. Beatrice. Our first Uniworld cruise was two years ago - Castles Along the Rhine (Amsterdam to Basel) – on the S.S. Antoinette. We loved that entire experience and were very excited to do another Uniworld cruise. But this Danube cruise felt noticeably different - and not just to us, but to several other passengers we met who had also cruised Uniworld before. In the words of one woman