Fort Wayne returns to its historical riverfront with the opening of Promenade Park, a development that renews Fort Wayne’s three rivers—the St. Marys, St. Joseph and Maumee—as a regional destination for recreation, arts and culture. The park joins the rivers with thriving downtown Fort Wayne. Interactive elements include a treetop canopy trail that stretches 560 feet from the historic Wells Street Bridge to the Harrison Street Bridge, offering a view of the park, river and skyline. The park also has an accessible playground, interactive water feature, amphitheater and dining garden. (visitfortwayne.com)
- Riviera River Cruises Rolls Out the Welcome Mat for GroupsTwenty itineraries offered by Riviera’s fleet of 11 five-star ships spotlight the Rhine, Moselle, Danube, Main, Rhone, Seine, Saone and Douro rivers, plus the Dutch waterways. The floating boutique hotels carry anywhere from 126 to 176 passengers.
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