ms Treasures for Kids

Editor Rating:  5.0
42% of cruisers loved it

Why Choose ms Treasures?

  • 118-passenger riverboat debuted August 2011
  • Shore tours, wine with dinner included in fare
  • Destination-intensive cruises throughout Europe
ms Treasures

ms Treasures for Families

Editor Rating
Tauck offers family adventures on land, but its general river cruise program is really not geared toward family travel. However, in the last few years, select itineraries for one ship include kid-friendly attractions and activities aimed at the younger set.

That said, for a mature teen who's interested in travel and okay with spending time with adults, a river cruise can be a good option. There's enough free time to add specific areas of interest into the family touring, and organized tours of museums and the like are engaging on many levels.

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Member Since 2016
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To be honest, my bad, I did not do my research. I was told this was a 5 star experience and book based on my thoughts of what 5 star meant. Therefore, This is a difficult review to write. The staff was excellent, helpful, friendly, ... Read more
Member Since 2016
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Travel agent and friends had recommended Tauck but I was very disappointed in our experience. We had booked same category 6 cabin ( 2nd highest) as our friends and it was a terrible cabin and the worst customer service ( NONE). We were in ... Read more
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Sailed May 2016
First the good points. The interiary was great, especially with a second day in Vienna. The two special evenings - one in Budapest and the second in Prague - were very well organized, enjoyable, and memorable. The rooms were large ... Read more
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