Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Capital of The Netherlands, Amsterdam is renowned for its museums, colorful gardens, abundance of bicycles and endless lattice of canals.
Kinderdijk, The Netherlands
The South Holland village community of Kinderdijk includes a set of 19 windmills and other ingenious technologies built in the 18th century to control flooding.
An intriguing mix of old and new, Cologne reveals its Roman heritage in the city layout and ancient ruins that lie scattered through the town.
On a breathtaking stretch of the Rhine that leads from medieval Koblenz to Braubach to Rüdesheim, the 13th-century Marksburg Castle towers over the river.
Lively and romantic, the medieval town of Miltenberg on the Main River lies amid one of Germany’s fine wine–producing regions.
Würzburg is home to the Bishops’ Residenz, one of Germany’s largest and most ornate palaces and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Founded in 902, Bamberg remains a medieval-looking city known for its symphony orchestra and specialty, “smoke” beer.
One of Germany’s most renowned and intriguing cities, Nuremberg is surrounded by 13th-century walls that have many fully intact gates and watchtowers.
Having escaped major damage during World War II, the picturesque town of Regensburg is one of Europe’s best preserved medieval cities and the oldest city along the Danube.
Set at the confluence of the Inn, Ilz and Danube Rivers, enchanting Passau is home to elegant colored buildings and graceful arcades.
The charming city of Melk is set amidst an important wine-growing region.
The capital city of Austria, Vienna is filled with green parks, upscale stores, theaters and gracious boulevards.
Strauss and Mozart composed many fine pieces in Vienna, Europe’s center of classical music.
Budapest is aptly called “Paris of the East” for its beautiful evening illumination and reflected lights in the Danube’s waters.
Riverside beauty, a vibrant cultural scene and elegant Art Nouveau architecture converge in Budapest.
Arrive in Kalocsa, Hungary this morning and take a guided city tour visiting the town center followed by a short organ concert at St. Joseph Church.
The fourth-largest city in Croatia, Osijek is located near the confluence of the Drava and Danube Rivers.
Situated at the confluence of the Sava and Danube Rivers, Belgrade is one of the oldest cities in Europe.
This fortified medieval town sits along the shores of the mighty Danube River.
The city retains its old-world charm with its fairy-tale minarets, domes and other charming architecture.
Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria
Often referred to as the "City of the Tsars", Veliko Tarnovo is located on the Yantra River.
This vibrant capital city is the center of Romanian culture, art and architecture.
Bucharest is Romania’s cultural capital. Its original fortress, the first of many, was built to protect the Walachian state from the Turks.
Itinerary and shore excursions are subject to change and may vary by departure.