Discover Bran Castle, the inspiration behind Dracula’s home during a journey to Transylvania.
Enjoy time in the Hungarian rural landscapes as you enjoy a traditional horse show and lunch.
Medieval history abounds in Veliko Tarnovo as you admire its fortified walls and cobblestone lanes.
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These once-in-a-lifetime moments allow you to experience an unforgettable world of exclusive moments, incredible cultures and charming surprises
Personalise your holiday with a choice of included sightseeing options sure to leave you with lifelong memories
Be met on arrival and transfer to your hotel. This evening, enjoy a Welcome Reception.
Stay: Bucharest, Radisson Blu Hotel
Visit the Slanic Salt Mine, known to be the largest salt mine in Europe. Continue to Brașov in the Transylvania region.
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 Sinaia for a visit to Peleș Castle, the final resting place for several Romanian monarchs. Back in Bucharest, enjoy a city tour that will take you to the Old City Centre and the Royal Court. Later, board your luxurious river ship in Giurgiu. Tonight enjoy a delicious dinner on board.
Stay: Seven Nights, a Concerto River ShipDaily :
In Veliko Târnovo, a local expert will guide you through the city’s rich history. Alternatively, should you be seeking a more active, walk through the rock monasteries is the ideal way to explore the World Heritage-listed Rock-Hewn Churches of Ivanovo.
With your ship docked in Rouse today, set out on your preferred activity.Daily :
Explore Baba Vida Fortress in Vidin. Raised upon the remains of the ancient town of Bononia, the medieval castle dates back to the 10th century. Afterwards, venture to Belogradchik to uncover its ancient fortress on the northern slope of the Balkan mountains. You’ll also see the town’s unique rock formations.Daily :
The day is yours to relax on board, sleep in and take it easy, or awake early and take in stunning views from the Sun Deck.Daily :
Wine lovers can then head to a vineyard in Ilok, where a tasting allows you to appreciate the fertile soils that have been making wine since the 16th century. Otherwise in Vukovar, perhaps familiarise yourself with the poignant sites of the Yugoslavian Civil War.
Explore Novi Sad’s Petrovaradin Fortress and its catacombs, then select your sightseeing.Daily :
Immerse yourself in Hungarian culture today with a visit to Kalocsa, a historical town on the Danube River. See local handicrafts and porcelain at the Folk Art House, and visit a producer of paprika, a famous export.
Visit a farm in Puszta for a traditional horse show and lunch.Daily :
See the Fisherman’s Bastion and Heroes' Square on a guided tour. Alternatively, the active may like to hike to Gellert Hill, or perhaps enjoy a more relaxed culinary walking tour through Budapest's Great Market Hall.
Today unfolds as you please, as you embark on your selected activity. This evening, enjoy a Farewell Dinner.Daily :
Farewell your ship and travel to the beautiful city of Prague, stopping in Velké Bílovice for a light lunch in a delightful Czech wine cellar. Enjoy the evening at leisure.
Stay: Three Nights, Prague, Radisson Blu Alcron HotelDaily :
Enjoy a tour of Prague. Tonight, a Farewell 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 has been arranged.Daily :
Be transferred to the airport.Daily :
The Alcron Hotel combines 1930s Art Deco style with modern luxury, located near the iconic Charles Bridge.
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