Fly away for free!

SCENIC Tours not only has one of the most high-tech riverboats cruising Europe, but it will even get you there for free if you book before September 30.

Scenic Tours has done a great deal with Singapore Airlines for any passenger taking its 14 or 21-night cruise, saving up to $3790 per couple.

You'll only be up for taxes (of around $700).

Not only that, but regional readers will be transferred to the main city departure point for free - this includes locations such as Ballina, Bundaberg, Coffs Harbour, Emerald, Gladstone, Mackay, Port Macquarie, Rockhampton and Townsville, among others.

Scenic Tours is also 100 per cent Australian owned and operated.

Their “space ship” fleet consists of four luxurious vessels which gently glide along Europe's famous waterways.

The 14-night Jewels of Europe river cruise between Amsterdam and Budapest takes you through five countries with the option to add on city extensions in either Paris, London or Prague.

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