Attend a private classical concert featuring members of the Mozart's Boys Choir at the City Palace in Vienna.
Pass awe-inspiring natural wonders as you wind through the magnificent gorges of the Danube between Serbia and Romania.
In beautiful Budapest, enjoy a guided tour of the Parliament building, a magnificent example of Neo-Gothic architecture.
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Be met on arrival and transfer to your hotel. This evening, get to know your fellow travellers and Tour Director during tonight’s Welcome Reception.
Stay: Three Nights, Prague, Radisson Blu Alcron Hotel
Stroll over Charles Bridge on the way to the Old Town Square. Tonight, a Welcome Dinner awaits at La Rotonde restaurant.Daily :
Enjoy a visit to Chateau Jemniště for a tour, lunch and falconry display.
Head out of the city where a special experience awaits you.Daily :
Travel to South Moravia for a light lunch in a Czech restaurant. Continue to the historic Hungarian capital of Budapest and board your luxury river ship.
Stay: Seven Nights, A Concerto River ShipDaily :
Later, attend a traditional folklore show in the Old Town. Perhaps learn a few Slovak dance moves, before sampling some delicious local specialities.
Admire Bratislava on a guided tour.Daily :
After dinner, head to the princely family of Liechtenstein’s City Palace in the heart of Vienna. Attend an exclusive cocktail reception and a private concert featuring members of the Mozart Boys' Choir, as well as masterpieces by Mozart and Strauss.
Take a walking tour of Vienna today.Daily :
Enjoy a welcome reception at Budapest’s Royal Waiting Room, then board the Grand Empress steam train. Gödöllő Palace, a favourite residence of Elisabeth of Bavaria, is your destination. You’ll be shown through this monument of Hungarian aristocracy and architecture. Later, be treated like royalty with dinner served on board your train. Operates on all departures between May and September.
Enjoy a relaxing morning sailing to Budapest. Then on May to September departures, enjoy your Signature Experience.Daily :
History buffs can venture to the ancient city of Pécs. Or perhaps travel to Hungary’s renowned wine region in Villány for a tasting at a local winery. Maybe get active on a guided bike ride through the Danube Floodplain to the village of Kölked. Here, visit its museum dedicated to the white storks which nest and feed in the area.
You have the choice as to how you spend your day. Back on board, savour dinner.Daily :
Perhaps see the Belgrade Fortress and the Serbian Orthodox Temple of St Sava. If you’re feeling more physical, embark on a kayak tour along the Danube. Or gourmet lovers can partake in a cooking class.
In Serbia’s capital, choose your sightseeing.Daily :
Cruise through one of Europe’s most awe-inspiring natural wonders, the Iron Gates. Here the Danube narrows as it winds through a series of magnificent gorges between Serbia and Romania.Daily :
Disembark your ship in Turnu Magurele and travel by coach towards Transylvania. Visit the Sinaia Monastery from which the town of Sinaia derives its name, before continuing to Poiana Brasov where you will check into your hotel before dinner.
Stay: Two Nights, Brașov, Teleferic Grand HotelDaily :
Visit Bran Castle, the likely inspiration for Bram Stoker’s Dracula’s Castle. Later, return to Brașov for a Romanian lunch in a local restaurant, followed by an afternoon city tour.Daily :
Travel to the mountain resort of Sinaia for a visit to Peleș Castle. Back in Bucharest, enjoy free time before a city tour, taking in the Belle Epoque buildings and the Old City. Enjoy a Farewell Dinner this evening.
Stay: Bucharest, Radisson Blu HotelDaily :
Be transferred to the airport.Daily :
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