Riviera River Cruises FAQs

Do I require a passport?

It is essential for US citizens to possess a full passport, valid for at least six months beyond the date of your return air ticket. For details on how to obtain a passport log onto https://usps.com/international/passports.htm or inquire at your nearest Post Office.

What documentation will I receive after making my booking?

When booking through our call center you will receive an email immediately following confirmation of your payment. We will then send you a copy of this confirmation by email, which you will receive within 10 days. Along with your confirmation, in the post you will receive a passenger information form, which contains all the information that you have provided about each passenger at the time of the booking, as well as space to provide additional information such as passport details. It is important that you carefully check the information on this form and return the form with any missing information completed. You will receive your final travel documents 7-10 days prior to departure.

What is my baggage allowance?

Please check with your airline carrier for baggage requirements and restrictions while flying.

What’s included on my cruise?

Our fully comprehensive itineraries include all of the ‘must see’ sights and experiences your selected destination offers. Many operators sell these as ‘options’ – but on a Riviera River Cruise you will miss nothing of importance. We do not sell you lots of additional excursions that just add to your overall costs. For specific details of what is included, please see the relevant tour page.

When can I expect to receive my travel documents?

Your tickets and final travel documentation will be sent to you approximately 7-10 days prior to your departure date. Please make sure that you check the details on your tickets and advise us immediately of any errors.

Will I require a Visa?

Please check carefully if you need a visa to travel to Europe as we cannot accept responsibility for the cancellation of a cruise due to the non-granting of a visa.