Friday, 24 June 2011

Become A Silver Travel Reviewer and WIN a £3,000 Mozart-themed Danube River Cruise

Working closely with cruising experts The Cruise Line Ltd throughout July, the over 50s travel advice and holiday review website, Silver Travel Advisor, is offering free entry to a prize draw to win a Mozart-themed Danube river cruise for two with Noble Caledonia. The voyage includes performances by the London Festival Opera and presentations about the life, times and music of Mozart by guest speaker Roddy Greenburgh.

To be in with a chance of winning, entrants simply need to sign up for free membership of the site to be included in the draw and both new and existing members posting a travel review at will be additionally be entered into the prize draw for every new post they upload.

Silver Travel Advisor provides a forum for members aged 50 and over to upload impartial travel, restaurant and days-out, and offers mature travellers free advice from travel industry professionals.

The site’s July prize draw is for a week-long cruise on board Noble Caledonian’s magnificent MS Johann Strauss, taking guests on a musical journey along the Danube in celebration of Mozart’s life, from Hungary to Bavaria through Slovakia, visiting the cities of Budapest, Vienna, Bratislava and Salzburg, enjoying some of Mozart’s finest work in idyllic settings. The prize is worth around £3,000 and includes all meals, return scheduled flights from London, 7 nights aboard Johann Strauss on full board including wine, beer and soft drinks with dinner, all excursions and gratuities, travelling in November 2011.

Silver Travel Advisor’s MD Debbie Marshall said: “River cruising and cultural experiences both come high on our members’ holiday wish lists and Noble Caledonian’s Mozart river cruise is just the kind of holiday our members love to take. We look forward to welcoming new members and reading all the new holiday and travel reviews posted during July and wish all entrants the best of luck.”

Visit or The Cruise Line Ltd. You can also find out more in the new summer edition of World of Cruising magazine, published this week.