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Grand European Discovery - 15 Days - Basel : Vienna
Embrace Europe’s old-world heritage on a majestic journey along three rivers.
Travel along three majestic rivers—the legendary Rhine, the meandering Main and the enchanting Danube—and find inspiration at every turn. Encounter some of the prettiest towns in Europe—Strasbourg, Heidelberg and Bamberg—and tour Austria’s imperial capital, Vienna. Taste the Rheingau’s famous Rieslings in the vineyards where the grapes are grown, and ramble the medieval lanes of Regensburg. Explore legendary landmarks, including Melk Abbey and the Würzburg Residence. Tradition, history, art and a host of irresistible flavors are yours to discover on one grand journey.
Highlights of Eastern Europe - 12 Days - Budapest : Istanbul
An ideal voyage for travelers seeking new, off-the-beaten-path destinations.
Follow a path forged by crusaders, kings and conquerors through Hungary, Serbia, Croatia, Romania, Bulgaria and Turkey. Immerse yourself in new cultures and make new friends as you travel from splendid Budapest to exotic Istanbul, discovering the best that the revitalized nations of Eastern Europe have to offer along the way.
Enchanting Danube - 8 Days - Budapest : Passau
Pay tribute to the “queen” of Europe’s great rivers, the enchanting Danube. German poet Friedrich Hölderlin called the Danube “a refreshing, melodious river, sometimes foaming with high spirits, at other times dreaming serenely.” For centuries, this exquisite waterway has cast its spell on poets, musicians and artists of all kinds. Now it’s your turn to be inspired.
Danube Discovery & Prague - 10 Days - Vienna : Prague
Explore the wonders of the Danube and the pride of the Czech Republic—Prague on this luxurious, all-inclusive European river cruise.Tradition and history, music and art, microbrews and small-batch schnapps—experience them all as you explore the beautiful riverside destinations and glorious Prague on this luxurious, all-inclusive Danube River cruise.
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Uniworld Danube Cruises
Stretching from the Black Forest to the Black Sea, allows cruisers to have a glimpse of the heartland of central Europe. It flows through 1,800 miles along the riverbanks of Germany, Austria, Slovakia, Hungary, Croatia, Yugoslavia, Bulgaria and Romania. The Danube played a vital role in the settlement and political evolution of central and southeastern Europe. Its banks, lined with castles and fortresses, formed the boundary between great empires, and its waters served as a vital commercial highway between nations. The river’s majesty has long been celebrated in music. The famous waltz An der schönen, blauen Donau (1867; The Blue Danube), by Johann Strauss the Younger, became the symbol of imperial Vienna. In the 21st century the river has continued its role as an important trade artery. It has been harnessed for hydroelectric power, particularly along the upper courses, including the national capitals of Vienna (Austria), Budapest(Hungary), and Belgrade.
Whether you want to take an 8 day river cruise or a Grand European Tour the Danube is an excellent choice. See a few of the options below and call for available dates and additional itinerary options.
Delightful Danube & Prague - 10 Days - Budapest : Prague
An extraordinary journey for aficionados of European history, music and art.Experience dynamic Budapest and imperial Vienna. Marvel at ravishing scenery as your luxurious ship glides through the Wachau Valley, celebrated as one of the world’s most beautiful landscapes, into Germany and past charming Bavarian villages. This enchanting voyage provides a variety of ways to enjoy captivating destinations as well as plenty of time to relax onboard as you sail from Budapest to Nuremberg. Two nights in exquisitely preserved Prague serve as a fitting end to this remarkable journey.
European Jewels - 15 Days - Amsterdam : Budapest
Indulge your passion for majestic art, architecture, music and history on an all-encompassing journey through four countries along three great rivers—the Danube, Main and Rhine—and to countless UNESCO World Heritage sites.