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Staying active on a river cruise

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We enjoy vacations where we can walk everywhere and maximize getting exercise that way. We are interested in taking one of those River cruises in Europe next year, but I am wondering how "active "we can be if on a small ship or riverboat a good portion of the time.

Can anyone who has taken one of these cruises, such as Viking, Uniworld, etc., comment on how much activity you can get from a river cruise? Are you on board a good portion of the day, or is there opportunity to walk around quite a bit during day excursions?

Thanks.

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